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Schedule A Blessing In Disguise?

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I agree wholeheartedly. At first, I thought the schedule was just ridiculous, 3 day breaks seemed crazy. But now, they're really gonna help!

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If we win, then it's good, if we lose, it's pretty useless, and it just delayed the inevetible longer. That's all.

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I was thinking the exact same thing when looking at the schedule. It seems perfect for the situation the Canucks are in. However, a 3 day break could also be used by L.A. to figure the newly motivated Canucks team out. If that happens then uh-oh. However, it's all about who is more motivated and determined and if we see a good game in Game 4 then I'm sure Canucks will be willing to fight hard for the next few games. GO CANUCKS GO! Win in 7 games!

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The schedule is great. The Kings are already thinking past this series, wondering who they'll face next. The big stretches between games will allow the Canucks to give everything they can, and keep this thing going.

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Winning game 4 must happen or the rest of the schedule don't matter.

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and when the cup is awarded in september, then we wont have so long to wait for next season.

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I have a feeling that if Daniel plays on wednesday, that it will have a Chicago-esque spark to the team, which see's everyone go on a scoring rampage and Burrows finding the clutchness within him.

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Yeah said this in another thread, I think it separates the next two games from the series enough that if we win them, going into game 6 it will seem like a whole new series.

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lol this team doesn't get motivated by anything so don't get your hopes up. They never retaliate when someone injures their star player and yet you think they'll get motivated by daniel's return? lol give me a break. Wasn't manny's return last year suppose to be motivational? Wasn't the fact that they were playing game 7 SCF at home motivational? Don't waste your time

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Anything is possible. If the series is not over, it is not over. Teams have faltered before. THis is nothing but a bump in the road.

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lol this team doesn't get motivated by anything so don't get your hopes up. They never retaliate when someone injures their star player and yet you think they'll get motivated by daniel's return? lol give me a break. Wasn't manny's return last year suppose to be motivational? Wasn't the fact that they were playing game 7 SCF at home motivational? Don't waste your time

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I have to be honest with you. I am by far the last person that would ever jump on that bandwagon, but after game three. I cried.

I have been a Canuck fan since 1991 and I have seen it all, and been through it all, believed and went through

every emotion possible as a teenager. I jumped up in joy and cried when Burrows scored that goal vs Chicago.

But after game 3, everything looked for the first time in a long time, BLEAK. I mean in the past. I was able to accept

the fact that they lost. This year, seemed different, yeah sure they won their presidents trophy I kept telling all of my

friends and family and the "haters" that they will "flip the switch".

Then they DOMINATED game 3, and they couldnt get anything past Quick. Then ONE blunder and were down 0-3.

For the first time EVER I honestly believed the Canucks couldnt come back. I had no faith in them.

BUT, this morning when I heard about Danny maybe returning , my heart skipped. I know that some people are saying he

may be coming back and this is a desparate move by the Canucks. I dont know about that. I dont think he would

risk his health for the game of hockey. Danny spends time with people who are sick all of the time. I doubt it that he would

risk everything he has to become "one of them". I think by some "hockey God" miracle, he is actually better. If we win game 4.

I think it changes everything about the series. If we play like we did with our lines back together, score the PP goals, dont flip

the puck over the glass on crucial situations. Its like everything is set up for this moment. The Canucks want to prove to the rest

of the world that they arent "chokers" this is it. This is their moment. I really think they will thrive.

If not, I know they are going to go down with out a fight.

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lol this team doesn't get motivated by anything so don't get your hopes up. They never retaliate when someone injures their star player and yet you think they'll get motivated by daniel's return? lol give me a break. Wasn't manny's return last year suppose to be motivational? Wasn't the fact that they were playing game 7 SCF at home motivational? Don't waste your time

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I'd give anything to not go through another year of hearing "the Canucks are just chokers."

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I've had the same thought. Schedule definitely works in our favour ESPECIALLY for games 4/5. If we can win game 4 tmrw, think about how discouraging it will be for the Kings to have to jump on a plane back to Canada and wait (3 full days off) until Sunday for another chance to close us out. they're going to want to finish us off nice and easy at home tmrw night, but if we can hold them off, this is a whole new series with a long break coming back to vancouver.

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I have to agree with you here.

Before the series started, I thought that the 2 day and 3 day break would kill us like:

1994: Canucks win Game 5 & 6 then have a 2 day break and lose game 7

2011: Canucks win Game 5 - have a 2 day break - lose games 6 and 7.

I'm not saying we are coming back, but if we win tomorrow, we can make a series out of it.

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