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Must read article, basically talking about our window, time is now, luongo trade. Everybody should realize that, although Gillis is trying to model Canucks after detroit, we are nowhere close to them. We have no gems found in our system like zetterberg and datsyuk coming up, we don't have a LIDSTROM (41 years and no norris trophy caliber #1 dman). Sedins have started to decline, 2 years left on their contract, once sedins are gone/retired, canucks window is closed obviously.

http://www.cavemag.com/twisted-logic-the-fallacy-of-trading-roberto-luongo/

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Interesting, but not anything I haven't read before on CDC.

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Save Percentage Of Final Playoff Game:

2009 - .767

2010 - .857

2011 - .850

2012 - .946

If we have to win in the next 2 years, I'd rather try it with Schneider.

Isn't the definition of insanity trying the same thing and expecting a different result?

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Nothing new here.

The Nucks big chance was last year. They didn't get it done and now have made changes that leave them without an identity. They are caught between upgrades and rebuilding and appear to be making things up as they go.

Not likely they will be favorites again for many years to come.

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Save Percentage Of Final Playoff Game:

2009 - .767

2010 - .857

2011 - .850

2012 - .946

If we have to win in the next 2 years, I'd rather try it with Schneider.

Isn't the definition of insanity trying the same thing and expecting a different result?

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Must read article, basically talking about our window, time is now, luongo trade. Everybody should realize that, although Gillis is trying to model Canucks after detroit, we are nowhere close to them. We have no gems found in our system like zetterberg and datsyuk coming up, we don't have a LIDSTROM (41 years and no norris trophy caliber #1 dman). Sedins have started to decline, 2 years left on their contract, once sedins are gone/retired, canucks window is closed obviously.

http://www.cavemag.c...roberto-luongo/

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Twisted logic, is the way I view Jay Adams opinion. Disagree with most of it. Just some clueless guy, who is seeking attention. Yuk!

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Luongo's Playoff Win Pertentage: 54.3% (including 2011 Game 6 VS CHI)

Schneider's Playoff Win Percentage: 33.3% (not including Game 6 VS CHI)

Point is YOU CANT COMPARE THEM UNTIL SCHNEIDERs had a real workload.

No one can take Luongo's resume away from him though.

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can schneider handle the workload in the big league, stats are stats, but roberto is proven he can handle the wear and grind of the reg season and deep into the playoffs. Schneider has one playoff win.

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Luongo is a great goalie. However, he's now the 2nd best goalie on his team.

Schneider let in 4 goals in 3 full games. (Luongo let in that many in just the first game.) Whether or not the team in front of Cory could outscore 4 goals in 3 full games should not be laid on him.

As well as Luongo played in his 3 Stanley Cup Final wins last year, he let in 18 in the four losses (despite only playing 8:35 in one of them). Stealing 3 games means nothing if you don't give your team even a chance to win the 4th.

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Lou let in 3 goals, not 4.

Also, the team was SH for a quarter of the game.

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Luongo is a great goalie. However, he's now the 2nd best goalie on his team.

Schneider let in 4 goals in 3 full games. (Luongo let in that many in just the first game.) Whether or not the team in front of Cory could outscore 4 goals in 3 full games should not be laid on him.

As well as Luongo played in his 3 Stanley Cup Final wins last year, he let in 18 in the four losses (despite only playing 8:35 in one of them). Stealing 3 games means nothing if you don't give your team even a chance to win the 4th.

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