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If we all though we had seen the worst so far and it's not even half way thru the season, Farhan Lalji was Quoted on the Donnie & Dhali show yesterday stating that the Vancouver Canucks have finally broken the All-Time Historical National Hockey League Record for "Most Blown leads" thru 40 games at 8, setting a new low bar passing the Devils and Rangers 7 game record that dated back to the 1980's / several years ago (respectively) that may likely not be broken again for years - if ever.  

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2 hours ago, RU SERIOUS said:

If we all though we had seen the worst so far and it's not even half way thru the season, Farhan Lalji was Quoted on the Donnie & Dhali show yesterday stating that the Vancouver Canucks have finally broken the All-Time Historical National Hockey League Record for "Most Blown leads" thru 40 games at 8, setting a new low bar passing the Devils and Rangers 7 game record that dated back to the 1980's / several years ago (respectively) that may likely not be broken again for years - if ever.  

How do you have so much negative energy?  Just stop watching the games for a bit.  It'll be good for you.

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5 hours ago, RU SERIOUS said:

If we all though we had seen the worst so far and it's not even half way thru the season, Farhan Lalji was Quoted on the Donnie & Dhali show yesterday stating that the Vancouver Canucks have finally broken the All-Time Historical National Hockey League Record for "Most Blown leads" thru 40 games at 8, setting a new low bar passing the Devils and Rangers 7 game record that dated back to the 1980's / several years ago (respectively) that may likely not be broken again for years - if ever.  

It doesn't matter how bad this team gets, they will still find a way to end up with a +10th overall draft pick.:towel:

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Is it better to have a good start to a game and a poor finish or have a poor start and a strong finish?

 

It seems that this year's Canuck team is trying to do their own style of research on that because there have only been a handful of games where they were able to start well and end well.

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1 hour ago, GB5 said:

Is it better to have a good start to a game and a poor finish or have a poor start and a strong finish?

 

It seems that this year's Canuck team is trying to do their own style of research on that because there have only been a handful of games where they were able to start well and end well.

my ex always wanted me to have a strong finish...

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