Things That Make You Go Hmmm: The Canucks’ Blue Line

Clay Imoo

Clay Imoo is a Canucks season ticket member and creator of Canucks parody songs. He is a co-host of the C4 podcast and writer of Things That Make You Go Hmmm and CHB's Top 10. More importantly, he is a husband and father.

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6 Responses

  1. Fuckyou says:

     You didn’t know ballard is a monster at hip-checking? Obviously your a fucking bandwagoner.

  2. Clay’s been a Canucks fan for a long time. I’d know because every time I see him during the playoffs, He’d have his jersey on. Why don’t you try to make constructive comments?

    I’m pretty sure Edler will show himself next series. I had a feeling he was rushed back, and I think his sudden “disappearance” proves that I was right. We don’t really need his big hits right now, so if he gets through the last bit of this series with little or no impact, I think he’ll be ready for next round.

    Tanev is definitely a pleasant surprise. He’s no PK Subban, but for a rookie D coming in with so much pressure, he was very steady. Reminds me of a younger Hamhuis. Here’s hoping he turns out to be one.

  3. Fuckyou says:

    Yeah, Thats why he removed my comment instead of actually responding to it, and you just further proved my point, Everybody is a fan during the playoffs, It’s what you bandwagoners don’t know is the stuff that happens during the 82 game regular season, Which i bet most of you don’t even watch 10% of and then come playoff time, and everyone is a huge fan. I have no problem with that normally except when we lose in the playoffs like we have in the previous years, you all shit talk the canucks when you knew absolutely nothing about the team during the season. Like this guy here who is a “big fan” didn’t know ballard is known for his hip-checking abilities. An actual fan knew that before he was even signed to the canucks. Keep up the good work bandwagoners, just don’t bitch at my team when they lose because you couldn’t get a long ride on the bandwagon. Thanks.

  4. Might as well give you a reply before your post is taken away again.  It’s the language you’ve chosen to use which resulted in your comment being deleted.  At Canucks Hockey Blog, we completely understand and accept that not everyone will agree with what we have to say.  That’s life and we are all entitled to our opinions.  We simply feel there are appropriate means to express these opinions and don’t feel you selected one of those means.

    And before you tell me that your language is appropriate, why not take a look at your name?  Yes.. that would be a problem.

  5. Clay Imoo says:

    I actually didn’t remove the comment (the webmaster did) but perhaps it was due to profanity as opposed to a differing in opinion.

    For what it’s worth, I’ve been following the team since the early 1980s and consider myself a knowledgeable hockey fan.  I’m a season-ticket holder and made it out to more than half the games.  Also, I have been doing regular blogging for the entire season.  In fact, I did a video blog on bandwagoners here:  http://claytonimoo.com/2011/04/16/ccc-clays-canucks-commentary-for-april-16-2011-come-aboard-the-bandwagon/

    All of that certainly doesn’t make me an expert, as evidenced by my Ballard comment.  I was trying to point out that I love his hip checks and admittedly didn’t know much about him before he came here.  That doesn’t make me a bandwagoner….it just shows I wasn’t aware of one particular player.

    Obviously you aren’t a bandwagoner either…that’s a good thing.  Enjoy the final round! 

  6. FudgeYou says:

    Sorry guys, I’ve gotten tired  of listening to people bash my team for soo many years that now finally something good is happening and everyone is jumping on, I apologize for the language and behaving like a child, You guys both make valid points. Enjot the final:)

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