Drive-By Body Pierce

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  1. Both main pieces are redundant to each opposing team, in my opinion. Especially given the "flat cap" circumstances.
  2. Set up to be the underdog for another season....place you bets!

    1. Chickenspear

      Chickenspear

      Playnow.com actually has us tied for 9th in their '20-'21 cup betting 21:1 right now

    2. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      I guess some people have been betting on the Canucks already! But betting site odds are almost solely based upon who has put money where...not any actual sport performance stat.

  3. I believe burying him in the minors brings the league minimum in cap relief, and then that spot must be filled on the roster. And, burying NHL-capable players in the minors, just when you feel like you are done with them, is hardly a way to attract other talent to come play on your team as well.
  4. My prediction: nothing major will happen for the Canucks tomorrow, and certain portions of the "fan"-base will be in an uproar!

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    2. Master Mind
    3. naslund.is.king

      naslund.is.king

      is that including Marky,TT and Tanev?

    4. canuktravella

      canuktravella

       nah big trades and benning has a bunch of plans in the works 

  5. I think everyone who follows hockey knows that its "off-season".... I am not even sure the post qualifies for what should be a "proposal"?!?!
  6. Canucks poised to acquire a Swede (e5).

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    2. Coconuts

      Coconuts

      Are we letting Loui out of his doghouse?

    3. King Heffy

      King Heffy

      Yup, the outhouse is ready.

    4. Ghostsof1915
  7. Today...my biggest fear...is an angry Marc Andre Fleury. Prove me wrong. Please.

    1. Tortorella's Rant

      Tortorella's Rant

      My second concern. My first concern being these long stretches where we don't generate offense or get pinned in our half of the ice. yeah, yeah, we scored 4 goals, but still.. 

    2. Wilbur

      Wilbur

      While that is a worry, the Canucks have elite shooters.  My biggest fear is an exhausted Thatcher Demko.

  8. Would posting a link to a FB birthday fundraiser for the BC Childrens Hospital be ok?

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    3. debluvscanucks

      debluvscanucks

      Although the general rule is not to divert traffic away from the site, I'd double check with stealth for something like this because maybe exceptions could be made for such a good cause?  

      Sorry I don't have a more definitive answer...my gut says it's fine but the final word should come from the big boss.

    4. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      Maybe we could just have our own CDC fundraiser to help offset the lower donations during COVID?

  9. I like where the team has made it in the playoffs. And I like the idea of supporting them in a positive way for as far as they are able to go.
  10. Sadness. The MCU will never be the same. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
  11. Well, someone somewhere succeeded at dividing sports fans while posing as a movement for solidarity.

    1. Heretic

      Heretic

      Welcome, to the real world.  

       

      The media and governments have been doing this for over 2 decades.

    2. Ghostsof1915

      Ghostsof1915

      It's all a part of the distraction, so that the rich get more and more power. 

  12. What I really loved with sports players reacting to racism issues was both teams' entire rosters intermingled with each other, on both sides of the ice (or field) for the anthems.

     

    To me, that had far more of an [EDIT: positive] emotional impact than teams or players looking like they just want to say, "I'm taking my ball (or puck) and going home."

  13. While I wholeheatedly support the BLM movement, what precedent is set by stopping all sports when an issue like this comes up? There are several other social issues that are just as important. For example, child kidnapping and people trafficking, sexual abuse and related oppression, epidemic levels of drug overdose, local poverty and starvation, and these are just a few local issues. Go international and the number of issues explodes exponentially! Does this mean that sports should boycott games for each and every child abducted? or each person who dies from an overdoes on tainted drugs? for any person who is raped or sexually abused? All of the issues are just as deserving of the support. We would never have professional sports again, in my opinion, if boycotts are to be used with the same level discretion.

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    2. Drive-By Body Pierce

      Drive-By Body Pierce

      @Aladeen yes!

       

      But boycotting just separates people, causing a battle, as oppose to working together, or supporting each other.

       

      Its a "[cold] war for peace".

    3. Green Building

      Green Building

      I find it to be the definition of entitlement when people become perturbed to enraged over popular public figures taking a stand for what they believe may garner attention for their cause and/or community.    

       

      Aladeen is right, and for the most part I have no points to refute. Slavery has very much evolved and in the form of incarceration is enshrined within the 13th amendment. Of course, that's only 1 rung on the ladder of oppression and I certainly do not have all the answers or any of the power, but this public discourse is long overdue and the attention that baseball and basketball received today will help drive the discussion in hopefully a positive direction that is more than empty words.  

       

      People who lose their evening entertainment show their true colours with their reaction to an oppressed people's desire to do more than have their voice merely heard and ignored for the umpteenth time, but who also desire some semblance of action as a result of it.  

       

       

       

    4. Dazzle

      Dazzle

      I believe @Drive-By Body Pierce makes valid points though. All of those issues he mentioned, particularly human trafficking, is an on-going issue. In fact, modern day feudalism, which could be interpreted as slavery, exists. There is also disproportionate amount of inequality in many countries, a lot of which is attributed to widespread corruption. If we are going to attribute "boycotting" as a nuclear option, then there is nowhere to go after that. The initial 'shock' of it is gone. It's the same thing as unions threatening to strike and how this usually just plays out over a longer period of time than intended. Too many times do we resort to the 'nuclear' option rather than finding more meaningful ways to come up with solutions.

       

      And to those who don't care about sports, what is boycotting going to do for them? Nothing.

  14. Does Roussel have twitter??? Let's boost him up while facing the big man!!!!