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  1. Looking forward to watching Pod right now for sure. Cheers!
  2. Guy just keeps talking about us losing Boeser. Even when talking about other teams: "just like Boeser in Vancouver, I can't see this guy sticking with the team..." It's getting kind of annoying. I don't even see Boeser rumors in the main media anymore and yet he talks like he knows whats going to happen from his basement. - end rant.
  3. The injured players are mostly back, but there were games where the players look one step behind and without initiative that makes you feel pessimistic and switch to other forms of entertainment. At least Gillis was able to voice a similar opinion and maybe it had an effect. Their record now is 19-14-0, riding on a current 3-game win streak. Or maybe because they're currently playing at home. The Wonder Twins magic is intact. What's more, Burrows is thriving again with them. Henrik 2nd in points in the league? Hwow. 5 years with these guys in the top line? I'm cool with that. They're model
  4. Cool, I'm on the front page. Thanks, Admin. ^^ And Wellwood finally scored! Empty-netter. What a funny reaction from the crowd - booing an earlier goal change from Wellwood to Glass.
  5. Canucks record: 12-11-0, not impressive. There was a time after my last post when I thought the team might be "destined" when they had 3 straight wins even with all the injuries, but then 3 straight losses brought me back to reality. The roller coaster ride continues with 2 wins and then another (1-0 Chicago) loss. Good news is we have players back - Luongo, Johnson, Hansen and Daniel Sedin - the past few days and we'll see how good the Canucks really are with a better lineup. I was really surprised to see Henrik producing even without his injured twin. He's a legitimate top line player, no
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    New Forum!

    Nice new forum - clean and sleek. Top Injured Canucks missed: 1. Grabner - The surprise of the Canuck rookie crop. Whenever he and his linemates - Kesler and Raymond are on the ice, I feel excited watching them zip around chasing pucks and getting scoring chances. I think Burrows would be the ideal replacement but then who will go chase pucks for Henrik's line? 2. Daniel Sedin - Never ceases to amaze me every time he and his twin uncannily pass the puck to each other to get a good scoring chance. Coach John Tortorella has this to say about his NYR tandem - Gaborik and Prospal: "I don't th
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