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I don't really watch the games anymore

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I still watch the highlights and keep up with news, and It's great we've found ways to win despite all the injuries, but the games themselves aren't that interesting to watch.

I don't go out of my way to catch games like I used to. That said, I'll watch if there isn't much else to do.

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Same here. Seems I miss the good ones, and watch the bad ones.

Western hockey has been boring lately. A lot less goals than the east. I hate the defensive style most Western teams use.

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I still watch them myself, but I can't say I blame you for not wanting to.

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Same here. Seems I miss the good ones, and watch the bad ones.

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I felt like a chump last night in a Calgary bar cheering for a horrible effort from the Canucks. I want my beer money back.

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Canucks are in the top 3 in terms of most boring hockey teams in the NHL now. Completely different than 2011 free flowing games

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Can't blame you, seems most teams including the Canucks play about the same boring stick to that defensive system game.

Can it be there's to much parity in Bettman's NHL?

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I used to go out of my way to watch the highlights on Sportsnet but not so much anymore since Don Taylor's hairline has been receding.

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I always watch, however sometimes it's hard to keep my eyes on the garbage effort on the ice, YouTube and CDC etc are more entertaining:/

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I used to go out of my way to watch the highlights on Sportsnet but not so much anymore since Don Taylor's hairline has been receding.

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I'm still watching them all. I have to admit though, last night's game didn't have my full attention. I probably spent more time on CDC with the TV behind me then I did actually watching it.

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The acid test come with the play-offs (assuming they make it, which seems likely to me ) but see how many games are sold out. Seems to me the "consecutive sells outs" is coming to and end. It won't take much to turn the Vcr fans off. This is not TO with a huge population pressing for tickets. I understand scalpers and corporate tickets are not doing well. I hear at games boxes for rent...some things happening folks and Mr. Aqualinni ain't going to be happy with it

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No kesler no maholtra tend to be reason why............can't go play a high pace offense game right now

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I don't understand the point of this thread

Like, what are you trying to accomplish

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and if you really dont watch the games anymore , why do you post here

this proves to me that most of you dont know what your talking about

ive been qouting losers like you guys for a while saying " DO YOU EVEN WATCH THE GAMES?"

now i know!

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Past month or so I just had Canucks game running on my second monitor using it as background noise. The games are so ****ing boring to watch. Absolute snooze fest.

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I watch the games... they are up there with the predators in terms of excitement. For a fan, they are just frustrating, the decisions they make with the puck hitting etc

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I wonder what you'll do when the team really starts losing.

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