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[PGT] Vancouver Canucks at Pittsburgh Penguins | Nov. 27, 2019

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1 minute ago, Tystick said:

Slow down the replay and you can see the skater on the left wing had his skate up on entry.

There was a case to be made there.

Agree. They did take a while to determine the call. 

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1 minute ago, AlwaysACanuckFan said:

Maybe by Christmas if things keep going downward.

Like I said, I’m interested in his comments post game. Want to hear if he’s going to get in front of this loss and take some responsibility. 

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2 minutes ago, Tystick said:

Slow down the replay and you can see the skater on the left wing had his skate up on entry.

There was a case to be made there.

theres a new rule now. if he has control of the puck it still counts.

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3 minutes ago, N7Nucks said:

Say this as a joke, but it is a good year to keep our 1st. Lol.

 

If Green is the coach of this team to start next season I'll be very surprised. If the Canucks miss the playoffs this and next season that's Benning gone as well as Greener's. With that said very rarely do GMs get to bring in more than 2 head coaches. Fired Torts, let Willie go, and potentially firing Green. 

Well to be fair, Torts was a Linden firing so JB's hand are clean on that one.

 

Willie can he argued as more of a Linden hiring so JB can wiggle himself out of that.

 

So Green can be said to be JB's first coach. 

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3 minutes ago, N7Nucks said:

Say this as a joke, but it is a good year to keep our 1st. Lol.

 

If Green is the coach of this team to start next season I'll be very surprised. If the Canucks miss the playoffs this and next season that's Benning gone as well as Greener's. With that said very rarely do GMs get to bring in more than 2 head coaches. Fired Torts, let Willie go, and potentially firing Green. 

I'm a big fan of Benning.  Love his drafting, the way that he structures the whole scouting organization-wide and his trades/signings.  

He hits on at least three signings for every one miss.  We are seeing some 5th, 6th and 7th round picks that are emerging as being able to make the leap to the pros (AHL, NHL).  

Benning has at least two more years before we even bring that up, in my opinion. 

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2 minutes ago, Dumb Nuck said:

That makes the loss that much worse.

Ya,

 

It was tough to take but we are a young team, missing some of our solid vets, playing our back up vs a team that is doing pretty good.

 

our future is still bright

 

learn and move on. 

 

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7 minutes ago, canuck73_3 said:

Yeah, he really needed to skate harder out there...

Speed training and weight training for the legs....and new coaches might help

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Just now, 24K PureCool said:

Well to be fair, Torts was a Linden firing so JB's hand are clean on that one.

 

Willie can he argued as more of a Linden hiring so JB can wiggle himself out of that.

 

So Green can be said to be JB's first coach. 

Why would Willie be a Linden hire?  Benning was hired first (as a GM should be).  Benning stuck with Willie for three seasons.  He's his.

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9 minutes ago, rychicken said:

Bo, Edler, etc should be LIVID....some of the leaders were not leaders tonight

Edler can blame himself for a lot of stupid plays tonight 

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So where are the Green supporters now?

 
- for some unknown reason he decides Demko is his number 1 goalie after Marky wins 2 in a row 

 

-he does not pull Demko after it was clear he was shaky (JG and Malkin goals were bad) and the team was collapsing. Instead he waits until the game was already tied 

 

- he challenges the offside then shakes his head like he knows he has no hope. Great poker player move. basically tells Toronto he knows it’s a good goal...and if he knew that he takes a 2 minute penalty 

 

Travis Green is not a good coach 

 

He demonstrated it tonight 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, CanuckleHorse said:

Ted Nolan - Marc Crawford - Mike Babcock 

None. 

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1 minute ago, Trebreh said:

theres a new rule now. if he has control of the puck it still counts.

Only for the puck carrier. And that rule is old as time. 

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I’m seeing a lot of “fire green” lately. Who do you think should replace him? Not to many coaches available that would be a good choice.

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Just now, MikeyD said:

Where is the post game interview when we need it?! 

Possible that Green skipped out on it?

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2 minutes ago, Tystick said:

Slow down the replay and you can see the skater on the left wing had his skate up on entry.

There was a case to be made there.

You do not make that call late in the third , one goal down unless you are 99% sure they will overturn it . There is no way to defend that call. Absolute stupidity.  

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