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It's about time the Canucks employ cheerleaders

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As I watch the WJC, it dawned on me, this is exactly what the Canucks need to push them over the top. Cheerleaders help fans (especially the robotic suits at the lower levels) enliven their adrenaline. This in turn, makes us louder. Remember Bieksa complaining about the lack of passion of fans? Well, this addresses that.

Before traditionalists gives a howl, let me just stop you right there and say you never progress without change.

Let me give you 2 living examples where this works. Remember the current Stanley Cup Champs? LA Kings? They have them. See the result? Second great example, the perrenial NBA powerhouse, LA Lakers, they have the world famous Laker Girls.

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This is gonna turn into an "Atmosphere at GM Place suucks" thread, which it does.

We already have cheerleaders, they are hard at work on this board right now! Connaughton for NORRISSSSS!

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This actually might be the most optimistic thread you have ever made.

Kudos.

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This actually might be the most optimistic thread you have ever made.

Kudos.

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im all for it..... I've been too a hawks and oilers game in edmonton. the game sucked but the cheerleaders were awesome

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If you need cheerleaders in hockey to spark your crowd there's something wrong.

I'm pretty sure the Seahawks have great atmosphere and their fans are loud because of it's cheerleaders...

I love looking at attractive women. But I'm there to watch a sport, not look at their pom-poms.

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If you need cheerleaders in hockey to spark your crowd there's something wrong.

I'm pretty sure the Seahawks have great atmosphere and their fans are loud because of it's cheerleaders...

I love looking at attractive women. But I'm there to watch a sport, not look at their pom-poms.

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With VanC demographics the way they are, there would be two cheerleading squads.

Squad 1: Basically a new version of the Village People (YyyMCA!)

Squad 2: Life size Hello Kitty! dolls

::D

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When I last went to a Canucks game in the lower bowl. There was two guys behind me who showed up in the last 5 minutes of the first period. All they did was talk real estate ALL game long. When I went to a game in the upper bowl. Fans were nuts, loud, and totally into it. In fact they were taunting a poor bugger who was wearing a Kings jersey.

You really think cheerleaders will change people going to games like that with the "suits mentality" in the lower bowl?

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When I last went to a Canucks game in the lower bowl. There was two guys behind me who showed up in the last 5 minutes of the first period. All they did was talk real estate ALL game long. When I went to a game in the upper bowl. Fans were nuts, loud, and totally into it. In fact they were taunting a poor bugger who was wearing a Kings jersey.

You really think cheerleaders will change people going to games like that with the "suits mentality" in the lower bowl?

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Agreed with bossram and if you want to see girls dance around go to your local club or better yet a strip club :)

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Goodbye Fin, hello skin?

Sure, why not? It's not like anyone can afford to bring their kids anyway.

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Goodbye Fin, hello skin?

Sure, why not? It's not like anyone can afford to bring their kids anyway.

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Hmm..why does my beer cost $50 now, and what's this brass pole next to my seat at Rogers Arena?

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Please don't look at cheerleaders that way. It's a decent job that puts food on the table for the kids.

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