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Chris Tanev out 2-3 weeks with groin strain

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1 minute ago, PuckFather said:

Hockey gods have decided that we deserve Rasmus Dahlin. It's hard to find another reason for all these injuries.

at least the Canucks have proven that they can be a competitive, winning team when they are healthy. There is still hope ahead.

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1 minute ago, HerrDrFunk said:

LOL! We could lose every game from here on out and the Canucks would still get bumped down to 4th OA pick. 

Exactly. 

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of course with tanev, they say 2 to 3 weeks, i would say more like 6 , the canuck org, always miscalculates .  when we were on our  7 game road trip we were told guddy and sutter would be back after the trip, and here we are another 2  game road trip and back home for another few games and they are still a week or more away. yep okay!!!

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It's actually not as bad as I thought. I thought he would be out for the same amount of time as Horvat and Baertschi which would 4-6 weeks. Most of our injured players will be returning around mid-January.

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2-3 weeks of losses.

 

On the bright side, at least it's not 6 weeks.

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28 minutes ago, HerrDrFunk said:

LOL! We could lose every game from here on out and the Canucks would still get bumped down to 4th OA pick. 

Nope, still fifth, no way the Coyotes pass us.

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32 minutes ago, PuckFather said:

Hockey gods have decided that we deserve Rasmus Dahlin. It's hard to find another reason for all these injuries.

If Hockey God really want us to have Rasmus Dahlin, they should grant us the #1 pick regardless of where we finished outside of the playoffs. I hope we get Dahlin!

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i dunno tanev

pretty half hearted injury effort

compared to bo, baer, sutter, gud.. all 4 to 6 weeks

and dorsett.. permanent

gotta pull up your socks a bit i think :P

 

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