How was the parade down the dead mile after being in a playoff spot for the first time since 2009? (Albeit tied with Los Angeles)
Honestly man, all you do is make yourself look bad here surrounded by a lot of classy Canuck fans.
The Red Mile was one of the most spontaneous and positive public celebrations in sport. The exact right atmosphere of Mardi Gras, exuberance and respect for public property. It was something that will probably never be repeated.
But hey, I like how you continue to exude the negative energy around the Canucks. If they don't win the Cup this year again, don't ask why, just look in the mirror.
I don't care what people wear to games, it is a free country. The Dome has always filled with Leaf fans who chant for their team every time they visit. Been like that since the team came to Calgary in 1980. Edmonton fans invade the Dome too and they are also very loud, go for it.
Anyway, I don't care if a Canucks fans wears their jersey non-stop in Calgary to everything including their own wedding. Up to them, looks a little odd sometimes but hey, free country. Calgary is used to seeing it, strikes me as looking for attention at a game where the Canucks are not even playing but whatever, that's just an opinion.
T-shirts are fine because hey, it could be wash day but a jersey is usually the thing you want to wear at a game when the team is playing, no?
Edited by Banned_for_truth, 21 February 2012 - 05:12 PM.