You have spent entirely too long saying the same thing that has been said a 1000 times.
This is the bottom line, there are stats you could pull up that would make you wonder why Lou is still an NHL goalie and stats you can pull up that make him look like a god. The reason is that he is about as inconsistent as it gets, he can go from looking like the best goalie in the league to the shakiest little boy hiding behind a mask. No one knows why a lot have stopped supporting him and just want a change. The coaching and management of the nucks agree with the masses and have made it clear that its time to change goalies, I could care less if you do or not, go sit in the basement of your mom and dads house and pray to your god Lou for all I care.
Cory may be the best prospect the Canucks have ever drafted and developed. He's a nuck from the start he's paid his dues and its time to give him the support he warrants.
You can't call him inconsistent if the entire team rarely plays well in April. You can't conclude that Luongo is inconsistent because rarely has there been a game where the team was scoring and playing well while Luongo was the only guy to blame. The single game I can remember is the 7-5 loss to the Kings that knocked us out. I'll give you that one, Luongo was entirely to blame.
In most other cases, however, that wasn't the case. Maybe the D was being extra dumb and the opposition got some epic puck luck during the couple stinkers. A clear example is when Raymond failed to hit Kopitar and he walked in and scored (against Schneider). If that happens to Schneider a couple times a game, is Schneider "about as inconsistent as it gets"? What if Schneider find a demon in another team like Luongo and Co. did? If the D craps out and the fowards don't score and Schneider suffers the physical/mental fatigue a starter experiences, does that mean he is suddenly a playoff choke? Certainly not.
Sure, this can also go against my argument that Luongo generally plays just fine in the playoffs, though only to a certain extent. The 4 shutouts on their own prove that Luongo can and has stole games for us. That 70+ save game vs Dallas showed he has the mental strength and consistency to last, as long as his team plays hockey, and he showed it again in game 5 vs the Sharks. He showed it again in game 7 vs the Hawks when the Canucks were reeling from the late breakaway equalizer.
This debate is getting redundant. There's credible points on both sides. Isn't it logical to come out and say "there are too many extenuating circumstances and not enough decisive evidence to prove that Luongo is or is not consistent in the playoffs"?
Because I'd be wiling to drop the Luongo debate altogether, as long as the haters stop too.