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Why Is The Game Sunday, Didnt We Already Get Are Day Off

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we got are break when we played last sunday and got two days off and played wednesday now we get three days off we had momentum from are win and we are losing it :canucks::canucks::canucks::towel:

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Don't think about it as losing momentum. Think about it as extra days for the Kings to worry about blowing the series.

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Got are break

Are break

Are

Hopefully you catch my drift OP.

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And I used to think that people writing "would of" was annoying (instead of "would have" as in "It would have been nice if you paid attention in grammar class.")

Seriously, "are" twice instead of "our;" "witch" instead of "which" in a previous post. I think we may have found the dumbest person on the Canucks boards.

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Like many have said, it's because of the coldplay concert. They booked rogers arena ahead of time before the playoff schedule was released so the game had to be scheduled on sunday. It's good though, we get more rest and any momentum that the kings had would be gone. It's a totally new series.

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should just play game 5 at the pacific colosseum :bigblush:

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And I used to think that people writing "would of" was annoying (instead of "would have" as in "It would have been nice if you paid attention in grammar class.")

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should just play game 5 at the pacific colosseum :bigblush:

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I'd much rather have the extra day between games as opposed to having games on back to back days...

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