Schroeder can't yet be dubbed the bust that the prospect doomsdayers and prophets of the closing window were anxiously anticipating. He's being trusted by AV who has used him in difficult situations - anything but sheltered (by a coach a lot of people apparently think hates youth).
Garrison appears to have recovered well from his groin injury and has played much better than suggested by those who are desperate to judge every Gillis move a failure as soon as they possibly can.
Luongo, well, no need to go there.
Edler was cleared to play less than a month ago after being on injured reserve for three months with a back injury. He's had his ups and downs, but will undboubtedly continue to shake the rust off and get more comfortable moving to the right side. After re-signing to favourable terms, surely we aren't so desperate to be whining about Edler are we?
Without Kesler and Booth, the Canucks are playing very good hockey - there hasn't been much talk of how terrible the second line is, has there?
What are the self-loathing amongst Canucks fans to do?
Edited by oldnews, 02 February 2013 - 03:53 PM.