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Meds where is the Luongo pillow bite?

My father in law in sweden says the news there is reporting the canucks have made it known they will be offloading Eriksson before next season.
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The Brown Wizard wrote: Sun Sep 20, 2020 11:18 am My father in law in sweden says the news there is reporting the canucks have made it known they will be offloading Eriksson before next season.
I don't know why, but this reminds me of this headline from the movie Johnny Dangerously. I LOL'd.

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The Brown Wizard wrote: Sun Sep 20, 2020 11:18 am Meds where is the Luongo pillow bite?

My father in law in sweden says the news there is reporting the canucks have made it known they will be offloading Eriksson before next season.
I didn't type it in there (oops) but it was factored into the total cap hit.
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Heres a half decent article about Boeser and what we have been discussing re: his shot.

https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/can ... _facebook

Its entirely possible that we never see the guy lighting lamps like year 1 ever again. I sure as fuck hope this isnt the case but there are concerns
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The Brown Wizard wrote: Sat Nov 07, 2020 8:23 am Heres a half decent article about Boeser and what we have been discussing re: his shot.

https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/can ... _facebook

Its entirely possible that we never see the guy lighting lamps like year 1 ever again. I sure as fuck hope this isnt the case but there are concerns
Wagner points out in that article that he played with the Sedins quite a spell in his first year. Hell even when he didn't, he would almost always
be the trigger man. I'm not ready to call Brock Ansen Carter-2 just yet. No! Indeed not.
If the Lotto line is out, who shoots? They all have great shots.
I can't say for sure if he's got full mobility in his wrist or whether his back is A-OK as in normal but I think they are.
If Virtanen could play on the Pettersson line would that give Brock a chance to shoot more on the Horvat line? I say probably not because
although a decent player, I just don't see Pearson as a player that has the ability to thread the needle on the perfect pass to set up great shots.
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The Brown Wizard wrote: Sat Nov 07, 2020 8:23 am Heres a half decent article about Boeser and what we have been discussing re: his shot.

https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/can ... _facebook

Its entirely possible that we never see the guy lighting lamps like year 1 ever again. I sure as fuck hope this isnt the case but there are concerns
Nice article, it's funny how the team has shifted from too many playmakers and not enough finishers in the late-Sedin era, to not enough playmakers and too many finishers now. It doesn't look like Jake or Gaudette will develop into solid playmakers, but they both are quite good finishers.
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