Taking a wait-and-see approach with Vigneault

J.J. Guerrero

Founder and Executive Editor of Canucks Hockey Blog. Proud Canadian, hardcore Canucks fan. I would like nothing more than watching the Canucks win the Stanley Cup. Against the Leafs.

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  1. I think the difference this year is that Vigneault has more than just Sami Salo to accomplish this goal of offense from the blue line. This team siffered badly last year when he was out of the line up.

    Just knowing that it’s just a matter of time before Salo is sneezed on again (j/k) and that others like Erhoff and Schneider will be there to chip in is pretty comforting for this Canucks fan.

    Vigneault now has the tools to make it happen and to ensure it happens more consistently.

  2. I think the difference this year is that Vigneault has more than just Sami Salo to accomplish this goal of offense from the blue line. This team siffered badly last year when he was out of the line up.

    Just knowing that it’s just a matter of time before Salo is sneezed on again (j/k) and that others like Erhoff and Schneider will be there to chip in is pretty comforting for this Canucks fan.

    Vigneault now has the tools to make it happen and to ensure it happens more consistently.

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