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Burrows? Do We Really Need Him?

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Bah. 3 years later and the OP words still ring true. Fact is he is worth more on the trading market than he is in a Canucks uniform on the ice. Its not hard to find someone who can score with the Sedins. I don't thing anyone was too heartbroken over Anson Carter when he left. He is definitely expendable and MG should consider him a tradeable asset when looking to shore up the Canucks defense. +1 for the OP from me

What!? Trade away the Canucks' heart and soul!?

There are stupid people and stupid opinions, but you sir, excel in both.

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So is this poster that made this thread the same person that sings our goal song? Electric Worry by... Clutch?!?1 emot-parrot.gif

BANG BANG BANG BANG VAMONOS VAMONOS, clutch!

Burrrrrrrrrr

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Bah. 3 years later and the OP words still ring true. Fact is he is worth more on the trading market than he is in a Canucks uniform on the ice. Its not hard to find someone who can score with the Sedins. I don't thing anyone was too heartbroken over Anson Carter when he left. He is definitely expendable and MG should consider him a tradeable asset when looking to shore up the Canucks defense. +1 for the OP from me

Thanks for the laugh. laugh.gif

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Bah. 3 years later and the OP words still ring true. Fact is he is worth more on the trading market than he is in a Canucks uniform on the ice. Its not hard to find someone who can score with the Sedins. I don't thing anyone was too heartbroken over Anson Carter when he left. He is definitely expendable and MG should consider him a tradeable asset when looking to shore up the Canucks defense. +1 for the OP from me

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Burrows is a good player, but when his contract is up, Hansen is going to take his place. I'd be surprised if were to get 20 goals on another team without the Sedins.

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Even google knows this thread is infamous

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Krog>burrows

I can't help but laugh at this 3 years later.

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Bah. 3 years later and the OP words still ring true. Fact is he is worth more on the trading market than he is in a Canucks uniform on the ice. Its not hard to find someone who can score with the Sedins. I don't thing anyone was too heartbroken over Anson Carter when he left. He is definitely expendable and MG should consider him a tradeable asset when looking to shore up the Canucks defense. +1 for the OP from me

Looks like you need a reminder..

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He basically saved the whole team and a lot of people's career's with the Overtime goal against Chicago and you wan't to trade him?

You do not strike me as a canucks fan in the slightest. Ask any canucks fan what was their favorite memory in the last 5 years about the canucks and most would probably say Burrows' goal against the Hawks in Game 7 OT.

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He basically saved the whole team and a lot of people's career's with the Overtime goal against Chicago and you wan't to trade him?

You do not strike me as a canucks fan in the slightest. Ask any canucks fan what was their favorite memory in the last 5 years about the canucks and most would probably say Burrows' goal against the Hawks in Game 7 OT.

(this thread is 3 years old) ^_^

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Burrows scored too many big goals for the Canucks.

His goal vs the Hawks last spring earned him a place on the Canucks roster for the rest of his career.

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Anyone else notice how on his goalie interference penalty last night it was actually the CBJ defenseman's stick that hit the goalie in the head?

Grrrrr

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Bah. 3 years later and the OP words still ring true. Fact is he is worth more on the trading market than he is in a Canucks uniform on the ice. Its not hard to find someone who can score with the Sedins. I don't thing anyone was too heartbroken over Anson Carter when he left. He is definitely expendable and MG should consider him a tradeable asset when looking to shore up the Canucks defense. +1 for the OP from me

Clutch is that you?

Otherwise you can be deemed Clutch 2.0?

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