Slegr Posted December 7, 2021 Share Posted December 7, 2021 I used to have the most respect for Trevor Linden. He was untouchable to me, and perhaps the greatest Canuck of all time. But the fallout from his Presidency position and his wiping his hands of anything to do with the Canucks now has given me different feelings about him. It feels like even Pavel Bure is more willing to talk Canucks these days. I get that there was a fallout between Linden and ownership. but to me, while Linden may think he's being admirable by keeping his mouth shut on it all and simply walking away, it doesn't come across as the leader who many folks believe he is. The Canucks team transcends any ownership. Aquaman said it himself the other night, referring to himself as a steward rather than owner of the team. Linden should get over himself and be willing to still be a part of the big moments with this organization. Stan Smyl is here. The Sedins are here. Can it really be such a bad place with them here? Others such as Naslund don't shy away from the opportunity to speak about the Canucks players or the organization. Quite frankly, the more Linden keeps himself hidden from it all, the less respect I have for him as a true leader. 3 1 19 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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