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Who will be the next Stanley Cup Final Opponent for the Vancouver Canucks?

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Who will be the Canucks next Stanley Cup Final Opponent?  

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  1. 1. Who will be the Canucks next Stanley Cup Final Opponent?

    • Washington Capitals
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    • Pittsburgh Penguins
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    • Columbus Blue Jackets
    • New York Rangers
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    • New York Islanders
    • Philadelphia Flyers
    • Carolina Hurricanes
    • New Jersey Devils
    • Montreal Canadiens
    • Ottawa Senators
    • Boston Bruins
    • Toronto Maple Leafs
    • Tampa Bay Lightning
    • Florida Panthers
    • Detroit Red Wings
    • Buffalo Sabres
    • A new expansion team
  2. 2. When do you think the Canucks will make it back to the Finals?

  3. 3. Will the Canucks finally win the Stanley Cup the next time they make it to the big dance?



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While we are in the middle of the summer, why not have some wild discussion? When do you think the Canucks will make it back to the Finals? Who will be their next opponent?

Let's just have a fun little discussion ::D

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I hope it's Boston, mop the floor with them.

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We beat the Leafs in 2019-2020. Sedins retire after their 20th season after finally winning the cup

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OTTAWA SENATORS!   Canucks beat them as the Vancouver Millionaires in 1915.   So there next one should be against them!  

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I picked Canucks beating the Leafs because that would make me happiest. How I would love to see TSN cringe and scramble, try to sweep that Leafs loss under the rug.

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3 minutes ago, NUCKER67 said:

I picked Canucks beating the Leafs because that would make me happiest. How I would love to see TSN cringe and scramble, try to sweep that Leafs loss under the rug.

Ha ha me too.  But mostly because in five or six years they should be one of the best teams in the East.  Wash, NYR, Tampa and PIT will be done or just wrapping up their turn, PHI, OTT and TO should be powering up, with NJ, NYI possibly in the mix too.

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3 minutes ago, IBatch said:

Ha ha me too.  But mostly because in five or six years they should be one of the best teams in the East.  Wash, NYR, Tampa and PIT will be done or just wrapping up their turn, PHI, OTT and TO should be powering up, with NJ, NYI possibly in the mix too.

Yes, absolutely. Now, if by chance the Leafs should beat the Canucks, I'll never watch TSN again lol

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In 5-7 years, the Maple Leafs.

 

I will be looking back at this thread when we do make the Finals again.

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8 minutes ago, -Vintage Canuck- said:

In 5-7 years, the Maple Leafs.

 

I will be looking back at this year when we do make the Finals again.

I also voted for the same year length but I went with the Sabres as I don't think Bettman will allow an all Canadians final 

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57 minutes ago, Hortankin said:

We beat the Leafs in 2019-2020. Sedins retire after their 20th season after finally winning the cup

The thought of that just sent chills down my spine. 

 

 

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Columbus in 2020.

Sedins raise it in their final NHL season at age 40.

Torts unfortunately isn't there.  He doesn't survive the next two seasons.  But any coach could take that group and run with it - so they're my choice for 2020.

 

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