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  1. A +2! A +2 while the team lost 9-4. A PLUS 2!! That's damn impressive. I won't even mention the points in back to back games.... oh wait.
  2. 9 goals conceded. Brock Boeser is still +2. The hype is real!
  3. Cup winning team and a repeat Cup potentially, will get you a bargain.
  4. Avs, are in a way better spot roster wise then Canucks are. They have pieces and moveable players that have great value and skill that we lack ourselves. We got screwed over the hardest.
  5. One number off in the lottery from getting #1. I'm choked
  6. I'm assuming you mean Sonny Milano? And how on earth did you obtain him..?
  7. Do the Canucks not have two 2nd Round picks? I thought we gained one in exchange for losing Tortz, but every draft website only shows us having one
  8. I'm going with Crawford, Hitchcock (Dallas might steal him), or .. Sutter. Brandon Sutter is his nephew, no? Wouldnt be the canucks if we didn't keep the coach's favorites (e.g. Rome, Magna) going.
  9. Bridge deal I think. Similar to Vasilevskiy. 3 years at 3.5 million. Maybe JB can add an extra year to that. By then, Demko is knocking at the door. If not sooner. ()
  10. What would you say the cost for those would be? (Roughly)
  11. They haven't got rid of Datsyuk's salary off their cap, guy... You getting ahead of yourself. Plus, this a bad proposal on the already stated reasons. Its a no from me dog.
  12. Benning is just freeing up the number 91 for Stamkos. Come on guys. It's obvious!
  13. Yes, my apologies on the spelling error
  14. Both currently in the KHL. Try and get both players over and join the Canucks. Shipachvoy had 60 points in the KHL, and Dadonov had 40 points. Both are 29 years old. What really stood out was there performance at the IIHF by leading in points along with Panarin. I guess it's just a far fetched idea, but it's all for discussion and fun.
  15. Yeah, I know it's the same level. I'm talking quality, and competition of play. In my opinion it is slightly more difficult of a league along with the WHL. This is seen by what you have just referred to as recently better prospects (7 out of the last 9 first overalls have come from OHL), and Memorial Cup results. (2015 winners OHL's Oshawa , and 2014 runners-up OHL's Guelph) So I'm just saying, I think Tkachuk's overall play in the OHL is more impressive (season + playoffs) then Dubois overall play in the QMJHL.