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Ryan Murray

GDT- Vancouver vs. Edmonton, 2-4-13, Rexall Place

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Canucks go up 2-0

Oilers tie it late in the 3rd

Yakupov turns on the Oilers in OT and scores the winning goal for the Canucks

3-2OT

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Kassian is going to triple his assist total tomorrow night.

And then be at 9 points in 9 games. Wee ohhh.

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gonna be high scoring tonight...

5-4 nux win in o/t

believe in bLuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!

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feeling 5-2 canucks. Sedin's on the powerplay do the damage!

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I believe it's going to be like last time, except without the Oiler comeback. 2-0, but Kassian gets an empty net to make it 3-0.

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4-1 canucks

Daniel x2

Hank

Schredder

Gagner

Kassian with 2 assist s

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@TSNResearch: VAN has gone 4-0-1 over their past 5 games vs EDM, 1-0-0 in EDM in that span

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3 am wake up to watch an oil spill in Alberta. Better call that poor excuse of a PM Harper to get his monkeys to clean up the mess the Nucks are going to make. I think we will come in and rough s#%t up. Possibly injure Nail. I'm gonna say 5-2 and a waffle n maple syrup breakfast.

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I read that Schroeder Burrows and Raymond were practicing as the second line yesterday. Doesn't mean thats what the line will be, but I could see it working against the Oilers. That line has speed, playmaking and defensive capabilities. It hurts us down the depth chart but it could give us a boost in secondary scoring. At very least it would get Schoeder more ice time to see if he is really ready for the NHL.

I have made my dislike of Schroeder's size well known as I thought adding smaller players was the opposite of what this team needs. But that said I would be lying if I wasn't giddy with excitement when AV put him on the shoot out. I hope I am wrong about this kid, and playing against smaller teams like Edmonton could allow him to shine. That said if it is the playoffs and we are up against the likes of LA or another big team, Schroeder might as well be a healthy scratch because he will not be able to out grind or muscle his way to a goal or even open up a play.

Tonights game I worry about who is hungrier. Edmonton has started to struggle and needs a win to hold onto the momentum of their successes. Their younger players may play with more heart then we will. If Luongo stands on his head again though he could carry us to victory.

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It'll be a barn-burner. Luongo will cool off a little but the Canucks still prevail, 6-4 final.

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@aaronward_nhl: Ryan Whitney is a healthy scratch for tonight's game vs Canucks. #TSN

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Sorry, I started making the GDT a week ago, so that's why I wrote "Lineups not confirmed yet."

I'm currently working on editing them.

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4-1 Nucks

D. Sedin (2), Higgins, Kassian

Oilers - Yakupov

3 stars: D. Sedin (3pts), Luongo (28 saves), Yakupov

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Belanger is out with broken toe.... there goes their FO winsie aaronwardhorcoff and belanger have been their only over 50 % fo men

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I read that Schroeder Burrows and Raymond were practicing as the second line yesterday. Doesn't mean thats what the line will be, but I could see it working against the Oilers. That line has speed, playmaking and defensive capabilities. It hurts us down the depth chart but it could give us a boost in secondary scoring. At very least it would get Schoeder more ice time to see if he is really ready for the NHL.

I have made my dislike of Schroeder's size well known as I thought adding smaller players was the opposite of what this team needs. But that said I would be lying if I wasn't giddy with excitement when AV put him on the shoot out. I hope I am wrong about this kid, and playing against smaller teams like Edmonton could allow him to shine. That said if it is the playoffs and we are up against the likes of LA or another big team, Schroeder might as well be a healthy scratch because he will not be able to out grind or muscle his way to a goal or even open up a play.

Tonights game I worry about who is hungrier. Edmonton has started to struggle and needs a win to hold onto the momentum of their successes. Their younger players may play with more heart then we will. If Luongo stands on his head again though he could carry us to victory.

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