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Get A Grip!

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They all stay, but trade schneids for top 5 pick

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Get a grip? Who said we're going to sell the team? Over 400 consecutive sell outs with the current product.

Got to get a grip

Skin and bones, it ain't such a pity

If you think I'm vein, better shut ya lip

I can't explain how to be fat city

You gotta live large, gotta let it rip

Skin and bones, it ain't such a pity

Don't cha gimme no flack, honey shut ya lip

Ya gotta have stones if you're living in the city

If ya wanna hang loose gotta get a grip rip

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Get a grip?  Who said we're going to sell the team?  Over 400 consecutive sell outs with the current product.

Got to get a grip

Skin and bones, it ain't such a pity

If you think I'm vein, better shut ya lip

I can't explain how to be fat city

You gotta live large, gotta let it rip

Skin and bones, it ain't such a pity

Don't cha gimme no flack, honey shut ya lip

Ya gotta have stones if you're living in the city

If ya wanna hang loose gotta get a grip rip

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I have a feeling Schneids is going to end up in Toronto, making around 4 mill a season.

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1. It's Zack Kassian and Ryan Kesler. Get it right if you're going to be a fan of this team. Zack Kassian will not be traded any time soon. He's got a few years to prove if he's a bust or actually has what it takes.

2. Don't think for a second that anyone's job except Gillis' is safe. Gillis brought in the proper pieces and didn't change the team drastically, yet AV had a hard time motivating that same team to beat L.A., the 8th seed team. It's not all about regular season success.

3. There's no way Gillis would/could trade away all of our key pieces. One bad playoff series shouldn't equal a drastic decision like that. Expect our 3rd/4th line to change a little much like it has been over the last 4 years.

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All I can say is that Kassian is missing so many aspects to his game that at this rate he will be a bust. Let's not make him sound like an 18 year old, he's 21 and has not lived up to his draft expectations.

Given his play style, he will not be given as much time as the "skill" forwards such as Hodgson or Grabner.

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All I can say is that Kassian is missing so many aspects to his game that at this rate he will be a bust. Let's not make him sound like an 18 year old, he's 21 and has not lived up to his draft expectations.

Given his play style, he will not be given as much time as the "skill" forwards such as Hodgson or Grabner.

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Last year we had Chicago down 3-0 and they came back and won the next 3 games and only lost Game 7 because we had a lucky bounce....... that could have been us and never getting to Game7 for the Cup. If Chicago can come back when down 3-0....so can the Canucks this year.

If we are going to go anywhere in the playoffs, the Canucks have to play like other teams.....don't turn the other cheek. If they run our star players and attempt to injure, we do the same. For example, when Brown threw that devastating check on Henrik, we don't go after Brown, we go after Kopitar or Doughty. It won't be long before teams get the word that if you attempt to injure our stars, your stars are probably not going to last the series either. Same goes for Chicago, don't go after Duncan Keith, go after Toews and Kane. If the refs are not going to call it and the league is not going to issue a meaningful suspension then you have little choice....not the preferred solution but if you don't command respect from the other teams then the league is not going to worry about it either.

As far as the goalies, my preferred route would be to keep Schneider at all costs. He is the better goalie of the two, is younger and can carry this team for years. We don't know how good Lack is going to be yet and I don't think Luo can play 65 games and then be an outstanding goalie for the long playoff run. He needs a very capable goalie like Schneids backing him up.

Kassian is nowhere near the player that Cody was last year so don't use that to justify his play. He might be a good player down the road but right now, he needs a lot of coaching and ice time. If AV doesn't have faith in him, he will not get the icetime during the playoffs. The sad thing is that AV did finally have faith in Cody and then we dump him for a player with unproven potential. This is not a slight on Kassian but really this was a super bad trade.

Let's focus on winning this series before we discuss what we are going to do if we are knocked out this year playoffs.

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Our Kamloops Blazers came back from a 0-3 series beating to the Portland Winterhawks

TO FORCE A GAME 7 !!!

Yes some of us are going wild here in Kamloops!!

Get a grip Vancouver Canucks

it's your turn!!

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So much commmon sense in this post. Sure sounds good on paper and realisticaly could work if all pieces fall into place. I love this group of guys and know they want to win as much as we want them to win. Go Nucks Go.

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1. It's Zack Kassian and Ryan Kesler. Get it right if you're going to be a fan of this team. Zack Kassian will not be traded any time soon. He's got a few years to prove if he's a bust or actually has what it takes.

2. Don't think for a second that anyone's job except Gillis' is safe. Gillis brought in the proper pieces and didn't change the team drastically, yet AV had a hard time motivating that same team to beat L.A., the 8th seed team. It's not all about regular season success.

3. There's no way Gillis would/could trade away all of our key pieces. One bad playoff series shouldn't equal a drastic decision like that. Expect our 3rd/4th line to change a little much like it has been over the last 4 years.

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I have a feeling Schneids is going to end up in Toronto, making around 4 mill a season.

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Mac T will be the head coach of the Canucks next year, guaranteed

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Mac T will be the head coach of the Canucks next year, guaranteed

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To win the cup your team must face some adversity. Last year there wasn't much adversity other than the injurys. Last year Canucks never trailed in a series. This is the adversity being down 3 games.

Canucks are first seed and Kings 8th seed. I'd feel much different if the Canucks were the 8th seed. They can win this series, just like they went into Boston this year and won and went into Detroit and won. So we can go into LA and win.

We got them just were we want them.

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