1) Example? Luongo has always talked about how he wants to do what's best for the team, and he respected AV's decision to put in Schneider for 3 games.
2) Ur #2 point was already addressed in #1 so I'm assuming u just put it in there to make ur list look bigger.
3) He didn't ask out because of 3 games on the bench. In fact, it's uncertain whether he actually wants to leave or not. He simply said he'd waive his NTC. And the reason he said this is because he wants to do what's best for the team and he realizes that Schneider might be a better fit in Vancouver than he himself.
4) He's not reportedly steering anything. It's Gillis who's been talking with these teams because those teams are reportedly looking for a goalie. The only thing he's steering is that he wouldn't mind returning to Florida because his family lives there.
5) Think about what happens when u move ur family because of your job. When I was a kid my dad moved us from Vancouver to San Jose and i absolutely HATED it. I pretty much had my life set and then i had to get used to a whole new environment. Luongo has kids too. I'm pretty sure he must've talked to his family about everything before deciding that he wouldn't make them move to Vancouver.
6) Explain how his production has dropped "dramatically" in any way. In Luongo's career regular season stats he has only gone 1 year with a save % of under .913. That season was his rookie season with the Islanders. If you think about it, that's consistency at its finest. Don't bother bringing up playoffs. He was fairly inexperienced when he came from the Panthers to the Canucks. Yes he did amazing in his first postseason but there's a such thing called "beginner's luck". Something Steve Mason and Andrew Raycroft proved to have and Schneider could too. The risk with young goaltenders is pretty high. in '09 and '10 the Blackhawks exposed his inexperience with their huge offensive powers. In 2011 Luongo literally carried the team to the finals. Sure he may have almost allowed the Blackhawks to come back, but in Game 7 he was the reason we won the series and kept us alive in OT. In the Boston series, we only scored 8 goals in 7 games. Even if Luongo played at his best in every single game, we were likely to have lost. 2 of our wins that series came from shutouts. Again, all Lu right there. Last year he allowed 7 goals in 2 games. In Game 1 he was the only player that showed up. Game 2 is debatable. But we only score 2 goals both those games. The only game we won was the game we scored 3 goals. So by that logic Schneider didn't do much better to help win.
7) That contract is actually pretty good compared to Parise, Suter, DiPietro, Bryzgalov, Nash, Crosby, Rinne, and many more for the level he is capable of playing at.
8) Not play the last few years and still get the big bucks? Uhh in case u didn't realize, Luongo played 54+ games in all his years with the Canucks. If by "not play" you mean underperform, I already addressed that in #6.
9) Again, it wasn't a trade request. It was a "I'll do it if u ask me to" thing. The only way his trade value lowered is because of the signing of Schneider implying Luongo MUST be traded. That was Gillis's fault.
10) You repeated the same point twice again. You seem desperate to make ur list longer and it's hard for me to take you seriously. But I'm not tired of repeating myself cuz I'm a great guy like that. He was not pissed off because he didn't get to play 3 games. By that logic, he'd be pissed off cuz he didn't get to play 82 games every season. Ur just speculating that the reason he wants to leave is cuz of 3 games
I also don't see why you're trying to make this a Luongo thread when it's clearly titled "[Report] No Shane Doan Decision For a Few More Weeks- Leaning Towards Coyotes".
ok, to your point in number 6, are you kidding me?? you think luongo led us to the finals??!!!did you not watch the games played in boston??!! that's choking if i ever did see it!! when a goalie lets in 8 goals one night, 5 goals another night, and 4 goals in on the night we could have won the cup, you're going to say that he lead us to the finals!!! wow...at least schneider gave us a chance to stay in the games...sure we weren't scoring, but we also wouldn't have had to score 4+ goals to be in the games luongo played. same with the series against LA this year...when lu played, we would have had to score upwards of 3 goals to be in the game, when no one was scoring...with schneids in net we had to score upwards of 1, maybe 2 goals...that's a significant difference if no one is scoring..open up your eyes and watch the games...sure luongo isn't bad during the regular season, he's a great goaltender, but he is not worth the money that he makes here in vancouver and he has been given his chance to bring a cup to vancouver and he hasn't delivered...same kind of idea as to why Philadelphia traded mike richards...if your top players aren't bringing a cup, it's time to move on...the organization sees tremendous potential to win a cup with Schneider in net and it's time for a change.i am not a luongo hater, but i have never been a big fan of his play or of him...yes, he's an amazing person when it comes to the fans and community work, but you listen to him in interviews and it's always about him, and everything is always "i..i..i..."have you listened to schneider in an interview?? "my teammates played really well tonight", "my teammates helped me out a lot tonight"...he's such a class act and i think he will be a fantastic asset to this organization...