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  1. @ kassians_fist... zack's jersey # is 9.
  2. thats not even that old. i consider stuff pre 2000 to start being old. i.e...
  3. they should reward a legend 3 player in eashl the have to option to play without a helmet if they wanted to, that would be a cool option feature in my opinion.
  4. http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2014/06/hockey-fans-plan-rallies-canucks-gino-odjick-sunday/ HOCKEY FANS PLAN RALLIES FOR CANUCKS’ GINO ODJICK THIS SUNDAY BY VANCITY BUZZ STAFF | 1 DAY AGO | SPEAK UP 1.4K SHARES 0 inShare 0 Last night, the Vancouver Canucks website posted a letter from Gino Odjick saying he has been diagnosed with a terminal heart disease. He revealed that two months ago, he was diagnosed with AL amyloidosis – a rare condition that causes protein to be deposited in the heart. It hardens his heart and it could only give him months, maybe even weeks to live. “I was diagnosed with this disease a few days after Pat Quinn’s ring of honour night. 48 hours later I received the news and I’ve been in the hospital under the supervision of some great doctors ever since. I also have the support of my family and some great friends,” wrote Odjick. “I’m telling you about this now because news is beginning to leak out and I wanted you to know the truth and hear it from me personally.” In a matter of hours, loyal Canucks fans began to organize events to support the Canuck alumnus: Rally for Gino Odjick: 11 a.m. on Sunday, July 13 at Vancouver General Hospital Flash mob for Gino Odjick: 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 29 at Vancouver General Hospital Both events already have nearly 1,000 ‘confirmed’ attendees. Fans plan to chant ‘Gino! Gino!’ outside. In addition to the events, a website was created overnight for fans to send their Wishes to Gino.
  5. i would like to suggest that the title of the thread in my opinion should be something along the lines of "gino fighting his biggest battle" as opposed to "last".
  6. @ 2 MINUTE MARK GINO SAYS IN RETROSPECT TO HIS BUDDY BURE: "IN 93-94 WHEN I SCORED 16 GOALS THERE WAS A LOT OF RUSSIAN IN ME. BUT WHEN I SAW PAVEL KNOCK CHURLA DOWN COLD IN THE PLAYOFFS, THERE WAS A LOT OF INDIAN IN HIM."
  7. sad news but if there's anyone that can beat this it is Gino. GINO! GINO! GINO!
  8. skate > orca anytime. as a matter of fact, i never liked the orca since day one.
  9. luis suarez recommends italian.
  10. think of a # between 1 - 3 and you'll know what i'm doing this second.
  11. did you know you can get banned from this forum for the word "penis"? me neither, well i'm back from over a one month ban because of that word. keep up the good work mods!

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    2. Brad Marchand

      Brad Marchand

      You used your penis, Ossi? No wonder you got a warning point.

    3. Gyllenhaal

      Gyllenhaal

      not his penis, a penis

    4. EmployeeoftheMonth

      EmployeeoftheMonth

      I mean...spartacus?!?

  12. the only way rags comeback is if nash manages to score. i see this ending in 5 or 6 for the pens.
  13. good away result. on a sidenote, don't forget that edmonton fc BEAT the montreal impact, LoL!
  14. had a jumper today apparently on brentwood station... http://www.vancitybuzz.com/2014/05/commuter-hit-train-brentwood-station-systemwide-delays-skytrain/ MEDICAL INCIDENT AT BRENTWOOD STATION, SYSTEMWIDE DELAYS ON SKYTRAIN BY VANCITY BUZZ STAFF | 5 HOURS AGO | SPEAK UP 645 SHARES 2 inShare 0 A commuter has been hit by a train at SkyTrain’s Brentwood Station. Burnaby emergency crews are attending to the scene of the incident. SEE ALSO: Are glass sliding platform doors feasible for SkyTrain stations? Trains on the Millennium Line are affected. Commuters using the route during the evening rush hour should expect delays and consider making alternate travel plans. A bus bridge has been created between Holdom and Rupert Stations. Earlier in the afternoon, a cyclist was killed when he was struck by a car at Beta Avenue and Lougheed Highway near Brentwood Town Centre. UPDATE at 8:08 p.m.: Brentwood Station has reopened after a four hour closure. Full service has returned to the Millennium Line.