Maginator

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  1. Hahaha, I'm actually very serious about it. The taste of suffering is awful. I enjoyed my DOTS and gelatin free Jubes-Jubes.
  2. What are you listening to?

  3. [article] NHL 30 thoughts - Elliotte Friedman

    Scratch that, how about both? Thoughts?
  4. [article] NHL 30 thoughts - Elliotte Friedman

    7. A GM on the Vancouver Canucks: “One of the free-agent wingers is going there. Just have to figure out which one.” Word out of the combine was Boston and Loui Eriksson would take a final run at a deal. Please be Lucic and not Eriksson
  5. Goodbye to Jannick Hansen

    welcome to the boards lol
  6. Tanev, Edler, Tryamkin, Hutton, Gudbranson, Sbisa, Biega. I like it but we still lack offense from the blueline. Time will tell. And to everybody hating on JB.. You have to give assets to get assets. The thought of having two monsters in Tryamkin and Gudbranson on our blueline already has me drooling. We need that to compete in the west.
  7. Just Do What Dallas Did !

    I see where you're coming from, and I agree. We have some solid pieces in the Sedins, Hansen, Markstrom, Edler, and Sutter. We have some young guns in Horvat, Virtanen, McCann, and Tryamkin. The way I see it, if we acquire the right players we can be competitive. Some scoring forwards with grit ex) Okposo, Ladd, Weise, Lucic, Abdelkader and maybe a top 4 defenceman. I know I will get the "we will get knocked out in the first round or barely make the post-season", but the reality is once you make the playoffs anything can happen. We have already hit our bottom as OP has stated with two top 10 picks in the last three years. There is no need to sink down any further, we have a solid foundation. Besides, as we have seen there is no guarantee in landing a top 3 pick in the lottery. What Dallas has done takes guts but I believe in Benning.
  8. What would you perfer UFAs or NOT POLL

    It has been said many times by management that the goal every year is to make the playoffs. After that anything can happen. This year we had some long term injuries to key players which created a diluted perception of the Canucks competitiveness. Virt, Baer, Bo, and McCann will come back stronger. We will have a healthy lineup, especially due to only 82 games being played. Marky will likely get more games (I think he is the better of our two tenders). Tryamkin will be here for all 82. Yes I think he is that big of a game changer. And we will have a very healthy internally competitive training camp with young players driving for roster spots. I see where people are coming with the premeditated 16-17 tank, but we have already hit our bottom. We have many young studs including a 5th overall to come. I would be very content with any of Okposo, Wiese, Lucic, Abdelkader, Ladd.
  9. Sign, Trade, Waive

    wut. Sign - Kane Trade - Teows Waive - Kopitar --------------------- Gaudreau / Ekblad / Kuznetsov
  10. Wow, your sig. Feels like ages ago. 

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    3. Caknuckle Puck

      Caknuckle Puck

      ooo is that still up haha wonder how I can take it down

    4. Maginator

      Maginator

      Dont!!! My sig is of Kesler kissing Luongo :P Been up for years

  11. I'll take it, seems like a win-win hockey trade.
  12. [Trade] Kassian to EDM

    Addiction is a disease. It can however be treated by going to various groups and rehab. I have been clean for 18 months and trust me, I have been an addict all my life. My addiction only manifested through different means before touching drugs. In those 18 months clean I have done more with my life then the previous 20 years I have been on this planet. If Kassian accepts that he has a problem and starts living in the solution I have no doubt he will be a force. We had the pleasure of seeing spurts of his skill in a Canucks uniform, all while he was in active addiction. I truly wish the best for Kass. At this point it seems like he can either go two ways.. One would be to keep living in insanity and sabotage his once promising career only to become a drifter with a sob story. Or, seize this fresh start and build a foundation in Edmonton. Edmonton is starting to come around with strong play and seems to be a great place to readjust. Please, anybody referring to addiction as a moral dilemma, educate yourself.