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Mark Messier believes he's still owed money from his days with the Canucks

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<br />Why? <br /><br />And under what legal theory?<br />
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Morality dinna count for squat anymore!! .. I stopped eating Lay's chips because of that butt-wipe .. have I not suffered enough? ../g

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Regardless if he's still owed or not... Interesting timing on his behalf... What took so long?

What's next? Vladimir Krutov comes out of a Russian Krispy Kreme to claim Canucks owe him some more raspberry filling?!?

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Morality (or ethics, fairness, etc) might count is some circumstances but it is not relevant to a claim under a contract as here.

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He caused me, and many others, years of emotional trauma and suffering. That lawsuit can be held up in court.

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Morality dinna count for squat anymore!! .. I stopped eating Lay's chips because of that butt-wipe .. have I not suffered enough? ../g

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It honestly sounds like the organization will have to write a cheque. Legally, Messier is owed the money.. I just wonder if his lawyers may seek more due to the long deferment of said money.

Perhaps the Canucks will simply offer a smaller lump sum. Who knows? I would like to be a fly on the wall for those meetings.

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Morality (or ethics, fairness, etc) might count is some circumstances but it is not relevant to a claim under a contract as here.

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Back then the Canucks were certainly more exciting to watch when he was playing than when he sat out.Irrelevent of what is being vomitted out in most of the threads

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Ever get the feeling you're banging your head against the wall.lol !

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this certainly isn't helping his reputation.

did he have to pursue the money publicly?

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Considering a lot of Canuck fans had to watch those games with airline puke bags clutched in their fingers.........

More exciting when he played? You think so? Exciting for YOU perhaps........but for a lot of us who watched him strut his way into Vancouver with his sense of self-entitlement and massive ego, who then watched as he threw his weight around like some prima donna, cozied right up with Mike Keenan and figured he could decide who, what and where happened on the team.........it was one giant puke-fest.

Those were the years when I seriously considered not watching my team play anymore. They talk about cancerous players in a dressing room? Well, Mark Messier was a cancer for hockey in Vancouver - not only for his teammates on all levels but for a huge number of Canucks fans as well.

"Back then the Canucks were certainly more exciting to watch when he was playing than when he sat out" Oh please...... :rolleyes:

:sick:

One of my happiest and best moments in Canucks team history was the day Mark Messier's sorry ass was removed from the team. The next closest is the day Mike Keenan's equally sorry ass was similarly discarded.

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