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jonnycanuck46

Stop Avoiding The Obvious: Its Time For A Mini-Rebuild

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We just came off a Presidents, and we got beat by the best team so far this playoffs. If we have another year where we are unable to get it done in the playoffs, it might be time for some change, but as things stand now we have a group that has the ability to go all the way.

Of course any deal that could address any team needs would be welcomed, but I don't think now is the time to trade simply to shake things up.

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There will be at least one new top-6 forward, a top-4 d-man, and pretty darn sure that there will be a new goalie (as a back-up to one of the guys already here).

That should be enough change for you. :)

regards,

G.

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Lu is not a cancer but you bring up some valid points. And I don't think Kesler has a "big" contract, many teams will grab hin for that price.

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You don't know what goes on in the locker room so don't act like you do.

I don't even know why I read your posts anymore.

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Why do I keep expecting original thoughts? I gotta get my head checked.

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Luongo is a cancer in the sense that he gets to play even though Schneider is out performing him. The teammates think this is unfair to Schneider and thus play more poorly in front of Luongo. They always say the best players need to play and deserve to play.

Luongo gets his spot taken, and even though the replacement in the playoffs was to spark the team, Luongo states that he doesn't mind getting traded. What kind of a team player is that? Right after a loss, he wants to ditch the team already.

Now that teams know he wants out, Gillis is forced to make a move allowing other GMs to sit back and wait for Gillis to force a trade.

CANCER

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Luongo is a cancer in the sense that he gets to play even though Schneider is out performing him. The teammates think this is unfair to Schneider and thus play more poorly in front of Luongo. They always say the best players need to play and deserve to play.

Luongo gets his spot taken, and even though the replacement in the playoffs was to spark the team, Luongo states that he doesn't mind getting traded. What kind of a team player is that? Right after a loss, he wants to ditch the team already.

Now that teams know he wants out, Gillis is forced to make a move allowing other GMs to sit back and wait for Gillis to force a trade.

CANCER

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That's wild speculation based on next to nothing. We have no idea what goes in the room or what the players think.

The way I see it, Luongo was being the ultimate team player when he said he would accept a trade if that's what the team wanted. A cancer would probably tell them to shove it and invoke his no trade clause.

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Questions:

1. Where was the Kesler hate when he was injured in the playoffs last season and the season before as well and the season before that? Has he ever had a 100% playoffs? Nope. What changed? (Oh right. We lost in round one.)

2. The Sedins are closer to being overage, but Kesler and Booth are the ones more likely to be traded in a 'mini-rebuild?' You understand 'rebuild', right?

3. Higgins did nothing in the playoffs. Why does he get a pass?

4. Luongo is a cancer based on WHAT comments? That he wants to do what's best for the team? Define cancer.

5. What's the difference between this thread and a typical proposal thread? (Besides you don't have a TO WHERE and FOR WHO answer to anything?)

TOML

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Lost any credibility right there regardless of what other drivel is contained in your post. You have absolutely no proof of that nor even any indication that that is so other than the percolating septic mess between your ears which unfortunately escapes through your fingers and onto this board.

Stop trying to pass your fever addled brain farts off as facts.........this is not the first time you have tried to do so and people are beginning to catch on....finally.

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Luongo is a cancer in the sense that he gets to play even though Schneider is out performing him. The teammates think this is unfair to Schneider and thus play more poorly in front of Luongo.

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The cancer is people like you that make unfounded comments. List the teammates that think this is unfair, post a direct quote from these teammates that think it's unfair and more importantly if the team as you says plays poorly in front of Lu then, more credit should be given to Lu for putting up the numbers he did and giving the Canucks another 50 win season when the team in front of him as you say did not play to their potential when he was in net.

Any chance you can start cheering for some other team?

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