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Linden being traded was the best thing for Canucks

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Maybe Luongo will get traded, stay in Florida for a couple of seasons, then end up back here for a dirt-cheap price, have a Tim Thomas-like coming out party when he's 40 and bring us a Cup.

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There is no doubt the Linden trade was a great trade and brought back a lot to the Canucks. Its been a huge win for the Canucks. I think a lot of ppl don' like the trade simply because of emotions, but if one looks at the trade objectively it was a great trade.

When we got Linden back I'm pretty sure we paid a 1st round pick for him, not a "late round pick".

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Linden trade = good for the organization

Linden trade = bad for the fans

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Maybe Luongo will get traded, stay in Florida for a couple of seasons, then end up back here for a dirt-cheap price, have a Tim Thomas-like coming out party when he's 40 and bring us a Cup.

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Interesting thread host. It's pretty amazing what that trade lead to.

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I have to say that the Linden trade was one of the best trades in Canuck history, regardless of my hate for Messier and Keenan (of course Nonuts and Burke picked up on it's legacy years later)

This trade was epic in terms of it having such longstanding effects.

Linden for Bertuzzi = probably the best power forward in Canuck history.

This then became Luongo, who is still here and the best goalie in Canuck history

I'm not done!

We also got McCabe who was a very good D man that later turned to one of the future hall of famer Sedins!

What's even funny is that Linden came back to finish his career here and we didn't have to give up much to get him (I think it was a late pick).

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I have to say that the Linden trade was one of the best trades in Canuck history, regardless of my hate for Messier and Keenan (of course Nonuts and Burke picked up on it's legacy years later)

This trade was epic in terms of it having such longstanding effects.

Linden for Bertuzzi = probably the best power forward in Canuck history.

This then became Luongo, who is still here and the best goalie in Canuck history

I'm not done!

We also got McCabe who was a very good D man that later turned to one of the future hall of famer Sedins!

What's even funny is that Linden came back to finish his career here and we didn't have to give up much to get him (I think it was a late pick).

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Linden trade = good for the organization

Linden trade = bad for the fans

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Linden, the perect captain. Gave his all and still giving, what a pick, the player that keeps on giving.

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Hopefully we can start the cycle again and pick up a future star centreman like Linden. ;)

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Maybe Luongo will get traded, stay in Florida for a couple of seasons, then end up back here for a dirt-cheap price, have a Tim Thomas-like coming out party when he's 40 and bring us a Cup.

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Hopefully we can start the cycle again and pick up a future star centreman like Linden. ;)

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