RU SERIOUS

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  • Birthday 12/25/1915

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    Enjoy arriving home alive after shopping at Safeway near Surrey Central. Watching Pitt Bulls in my neighborhood chase people. Counting gunshots on weekends. I especially enjoy counting how many Dumb trucks can be parked on a private house lot (The most I've seen so far is seven, BTW).

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  1. I agree ! There has to be an emphasis on getting these prospects in the line-up. Unfortunately TG's only mission is to win at all cost and we all know by now he has little faith in playing unproven prospects and young guys (except for a few stars). It's all about using the best players he thinks can WIN to save his job - NOT developing young players.
  2. I still say that we should just put him on barge and Push him out to sea. Watching his meek/timid performance for so long now just sickens me and sends the wrong message to our young core and that hard work and effort needs to be the norm and "freeloading" like LE will cost you instead of giving you a nice soft/cushy country club lifestyle. This has been the Canucks mantra for too long now. Torts was "right on the button" with his observations a few years back.
  3. (REPOSTED from Canucks message board) Well, I certainly hope you're right because we just lost a Very Good D, a Top Goalie, and and sharp-shooter (that we traded a high draft pick for and a prospect) for nothing. (Sorry Stech - but you're not a factor in this conversation but appreciated your heart & soul). That is a noteworthy "BLACK MARK" on JB's resume to add to a few others made in the past and while I know no GM is perfect and makes some bad mistakes along with some good calls, what I do know is that we are now down 3 very good puzzle pieces than where we ended up at the end of the playoffs with only one marginally replaced with the addition of our new goalie. So that equates to being down 2-1/4 to 2-1/2 pieces from seasons end and we are supposed to be getting better not going backwards. Hope Benning has some Rabbits in his hat !
  4. Nothing like Canucks "FAITH". See you during Happy-Hour !
  5. Well, I certainly hope you're right because we just lost a Very Good D, a Top Goalie, and and sharp-shooter (that we traded a high draft pick for and a prospect) for nothing. (Sorry Stech - but you're not a factor in this conversation but appreciated your heart & soul). That is a noteworthy "BLACK MARK" on JB's resume to add to a few others made in the past and while I know no GM is perfect and makes some bad mistakes along with some good calls, what I do know is that we are now down 3 very good puzzle pieces than where we ended up at the end of the playoffs with only one marginally replaced with the addition of our new goalie. So that equates to being down 2-1/4 to 2-1/2 pieces from seasons end and we are supposed to be getting better not going backwards. Hope Benning has some Rabbits in his hat !
  6. Hmmm..... Toffoli - Maybe if they free cap $ Tanev - yes, he'll be signed at a discount 2-3 years Marky - Would not be surprised to see him passed for Demko due to cap limits and revenue drop or signed and then traded. Lazy Jake - Not a snowballs hope in hell he'll be back! The "Experiment is over" He's toast! My guess he's headed to Toronto. Boesser - Also would not be surprised to see him packaged up and traded. Something tells me - he will not be a Canuck in the long run. The other Bottom 5 - They can all go - except perhaps Motte - he is a value player.
  7. Good point - and I agree with the summary he was given which still holds true today, that he he has no creativity, no moves and no playmaking ability. He's simply a north-south floating- opportunistic shooter. Plain & simple. That's why there's no hope for him and its time to Trade him. His time here is complete and over with! He will not be back next year!
  8. 1040 - my radio dial doesn't turn that far down to "the left" to 650.
  9. Agree - Lazy Jake is 95% out the door now. Only a miracle will save him now.
  10. You raise a good point. When Covid-20 hits us in the fall (which has already started, then you can kiss "fans in the stands" good-bye. My crystal ball says no fans in the stands next year = lower revenue = cost cutting!
  11. I've stated on numerous occasions over the last two seasons that his days were dwindling here unless he wised up and got his head back into the game instead of floating around like a cork and after this years poor playoff performance by him, I'd say its fairly safe to now say "he's finished as a Canuck". It's really too bad to admit - but he's born to float and will never get engaged in the game let alone ever make a pass to a fellow team mate. I would suggest he be packaged up with one of the other bottom six deadwood players and shipped off to some nowhereland like Toronto where he can float forever.
  12. That's what happens when you build your organization around "Finesse" players. It's the hallmark of the Canucks organization and until we get some "in your face" toughness and grit we will never-ever win a cup. Regardless, I have to give J.B. some credit as he tried to address this by bringing Ferland/Myers on the team this year, but what we need are 3-4 mother-F%#@'ers on our team next year. I trust J.B. can now see this clearer than ever and will attempt to address this hole in the organization moving forward.
  13. Not really, we just need another RIGHT HANDED SHOOTER ON THE P.P. DO YOU HEAR T.G !!!