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It's Only A Matter Of Time Before Players Don't Want To Sign In Vancouver.

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Don't a lot of players say how much they love the fan base here and how passionate they are??

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And all this deserves a special thread why?? .. this Forum is filled with whining and crying on every side of this issue .. :picard:

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It's not like Luongo is the most likeable guy in the world. Also, the living expenses and taxes are what is keeping players from Vancouver. Why do you think TO and VAN rely on so many Europeans?

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It's funny because none of you are any better for saying the fans here suck constantly now.

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i thought jeering was the "new "cheering

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Believe it or not how we and the media treat the players will come back to bite us in the ass soon enough. Absolutely disgusting display by our fans last night and and many other times this season, I was at the game when Lou and Cory split a shut out. Lou got drilled with a slap shot in the neck and had to leave the game, hardly anyone cheered when he got up of the ice and everyone went nuts when saw Cory come in.

Love this team, hate these fans.

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Jason Botchford is way off base saying Luongo is the team MVP this year, sure he's had a decent year overall but definitely not team MVP, I would put Hamhuis or Higgins above him in that regard and possibly 1 or 2 other players....sorry but calling Luongo the team MVP with the numbers he's put up this season is homerism in its truest form.

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What the hell are you talking about, Luongo and Cory have been carrying this team through 3-month long slumps and they're not MVP's?

I don't think Luongo himself is MVP by any stretch, but him and Cory have been keeping us alive since New Years.

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And booing is the new looing.

What's the new pucking?

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Big-game players who can handle the pressure will go to a team that they feel has a chance to win, plain and simple.

The Canucks organization is top-notch with its facilities and the way the players are treated. That is quite evident with the extra money the organization spends to ensure the players are performing at their highest level.

It's really about creating a winning culture, and I think Gillis and the Aquilinis have done that.

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