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Give Daniel the "C"?

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Hear me out fans.

Let's say (hopefully not) the Canucks lose the Northwest Division lead. That's when management will be more serious into looking at possibly making a trade. But we all know our team is strong and skilled enough to get over this little hump. So why don't we give Henrik a break from the majority of interviews and responsibility by handing over the "C" to Daniel? (who was drafted before Henrik). The Sedins have become the best players in Canucks history, and it doesn't really matter who wears the "A" or "C", they're highly respected throughout the entire NHL. They're both amazing players who lead by example on and off the ice. But if we keep losing games like we have lately, maybe a minor change like this could be enough to change the dynamics of our overall game positively. It could even influence the rest of the team to shoot more.

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No Henrik has been a good leader. He is well-spoken and can handle the media well. I'm not saying Daniel can't but Henrik is known to be a bit of a better speaker. And we would be the biggest joke in the league if we did this.

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Lol as if putting a piece of cloth on someone else's jersey is gonna change the team's style. Especially when the guy you're giving it to is the original captain's identical twin brother.

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Here me out fans.

Let's say (hopefully not) the Canucks lose the Northwest Division lead. That's when management will be more serious into looking at possibly making a trade. But we all know our team is strong and skilled enough to get over this little hump. So why don't we give Henrik a break from the majority of interviews and responsibility by handing over the "C" to Daniel? (who was drafted before Henrik). The Sedins have become the best players in Canucks history, and it doesn't really matter who wears the "A" or "C", they're highly respected throughout the entire NHL. They're both amazing players who lead by example on and off the ice. But if we keep losing games like we have lately, maybe a minor change like this could be enough to change the dynamics of our overall game positively. It could even influence the rest of the team to shoot more.

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Go Canucks Go!

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I think what's killing this team is unease and uncertainty. The last thing they need is more.

So far...

Don't know who their starting goalie is or when one will disappear from the roster.

Breathed a sigh of relief when Kesler returned...for one game before getting injured again.

Manny Malhotra, a calming force, yanked from the lineup. Note that this coincides pretty closely with their beginning to play like crap.

The Ballard saga continues and probably weighs on everyone a little bit.

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Hear me out fans.

Let's say (hopefully not) the Canucks lose the Northwest Division lead. That's when management will be more serious into looking at possibly making a trade. But we all know our team is strong and skilled enough to get over this little hump. So why don't we give Henrik a break from the majority of interviews and responsibility by handing over the "C" to Daniel? (who was drafted before Henrik). The Sedins have become the best players in Canucks history, and it doesn't really matter who wears the "A" or "C", they're highly respected throughout the entire NHL. They're both amazing players who lead by example on and off the ice. But if we keep losing games like we have lately, maybe a minor change like this could be enough to change the dynamics of our overall game positively. It could even influence the rest of the team to shoot more.

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Go Canucks Go!

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Since Daniel went down from Keith's elbow, Hank has been playing pissed off. Lookin forward to how he does this playoffs, he aint takin crap no more. Sometimes you gotta lose to learn how to win, lets hope he has and that the rest of the team can follow suit.

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Give every player every letter of the alphabet. Then when there's a controversial penalty on the Canucks, empty the bench to go over to Kelly Sutherland and begin talking all at the same time. Same thing on icing calls against us. Buys more time for rest.

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Hear me out fans.

Let's say (hopefully not) the Canucks lose the Northwest Division lead. That's when management will be more serious into looking at possibly making a trade. But we all know our team is strong and skilled enough to get over this little hump. So why don't we give Henrik a break from the majority of interviews and responsibility by handing over the "C" to Daniel? (who was drafted before Henrik). The Sedins have become the best players in Canucks history, and it doesn't really matter who wears the "A" or "C", they're highly respected throughout the entire NHL. They're both amazing players who lead by example on and off the ice. But if we keep losing games like we have lately, maybe a minor change like this could be enough to change the dynamics of our overall game positively. It could even influence the rest of the team to shoot more.

Go Canucks Go!

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You said it yourself. " it really doesnt matter who wears the A or C "

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Why don't we just get them to switch jerseys? Shhhh, nobody will know!!

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Lol imagine they actually switch captains from sedin to sedin who are twin brothers. Minds will be blown.

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