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Luongo speaks: TSN video

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http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/

Not sure how to embed the video here.

Anyways, quick little clip of Luongo talking to reporters (Farhan TSN) - just about what he expects of the future and 'giving the green light to Mike to do what's best for the team'

I'm sure he'll be traded shortly after training camp.

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How many times must they ask him the same questions?

And I'm with you Wellwood, having 2 good goalies will definitely be an advantage for us.

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I think we'll keep both goalies this season. With us being able to spend up to 70 million there's no cap problem and in such a short season, one injury or, one bad streak, or even just getting up to speed with the season slowly can screw us. Having two NHL caliber goalies in case the other one craps the bed, can only help.

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Love the omission of him being fed Leafs-centric questions, but all other questions are aired.

Also loving the general Luongo love in TO... now... When they've been ripping him for all 6 years of him being a Canuck.

I will not miss TSN's or CBC's blabbering TO coverage this season, certainly.

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lol currently we have 2 goalies and the same number of NHL calibre centerman-Sedin and Lappy.

right now, we need centermen- will schoreder be able to carry our 2nd line for 20 games? what about 40 games- that is a lot to ask of a kid who has yet to play in the NHL. Either way, the way this team could really improve, would be to go out and get a big young centerman with some skill-CBJ-Johansen- a pipe dream I know, but inorder to get a centerman like that, we need to move a goalie.

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Interesting quote: "If I HAVE to play in Vancouver all year then I will...". Doesn't seem too thrilled about doing that to me.

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I think we'll keep both goalies this season. With us being able to spend up to 70 million there's no cap problem and in such a short season, one injury or, one bad streak, or even just getting up to speed with the season slowly can screw us. Having two NHL caliber goalies in case the other one craps the bed, can only help.

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I suspect we'll keep him for this year, unless a great trade comes up. He'll more likely be traded in the off-season.

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I can't imagine that to start the season Luongo won't be the backup. Lack is hurt and none of the free agent goalies seem to be backup material. Unless we get a forward and a decent goalie in return I would expect Luongo to be here in a few weeks. Also to say that Schneider doesn't need competition and that having two elite goalies would keep up the aggressive atmosphere would be ignoring the truth. Only downfall to him is the cap hit.

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Anyone else notice that every other word out of luongo's mouth is "ahh"

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Anyone else notice that every other word out of luongo's mouth is "ahh"

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Interesting quote: "If I HAVE to play in Vancouver all year then I will...". Doesn't seem too thrilled about doing that to me.

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Interesting quote: "If I HAVE to play in Vancouver all year then I will...". Doesn't seem too thrilled about doing that to me.

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Anyone else notice that every other word out of luongo's mouth is "ahh"

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Anyone else notice that every other word out of luongo's mouth is "ahh"

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Pretty much every NHL interview sounds like that.

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