Things That Make You Go Hmmm: Surprises, Disappointments and Some Perspective

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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9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Canucks in 24/7 would be amazing.. I say Canucks and the Oilers would make a good one with the team being so young   

  2. The Player says:

    Don’t go crazy!!The Canooks won 2 points. You acting like it was your Stanley Cup!!The Bruins won the Cup. Get over it.

  3. I’m confused.  Who are these Canooks you speak of?  Anyhow, yes.. the Canucks got two out of a possible two points against the Bruins this season.  And you are also correct that the Bruins won the cup.  I think that’s why yesterday’s game was such a compelling tilt to watch.

    As for the crazy part, it’s too late.  Clay’s totally whack.. but he was bang on – the game needed perspective going in.  So I’m not exactly sure what you’re trying to say..

  4. The problem with a Canucks/Oilers 24/7 (or any combination of two Canadian teams) is that it likely won’t go far to sell itself in the US.  I think Clay is bang on as to who the two US teams would have to be if paired up against the Canucks – and both Boston & Chicago present large enough TV markets to attract attention.

  5. Mike mehat says:

    this whole site is filled with half baked ideas and bumbling morons, you especially are retarted 

  6. Mike mehat says:

    HEY DIPSHITS! WINTER CLASSIC MEANS ITS PLAYED IN AMERCIA. NO OILERS/CANUCKS EVER. GOD LEARN THE GAME DIPSHITS. we could be in a heritage classic, but who cares. LISTEN WE WONT BE IN A WINTER CLASSIC CAUSE ITS ABOUT ATTRACTING AMERICAN FANS! RETAAARDS!!!!!!!

  7. Hope you got that out of your system. Have a nice life.

  8. Not exactly sure where it’s written that the Winter Classic MUST be between to US teams, but I do agree that we’ll likely always see it between two US teams – the product is designed to sell the game to Americans.  Where a few of us think a Canadian team fits in is how Vancouver seems to be able to attract attention on both sides of the border, so long as the opponent is a big market US team.

    Anyhow, thanks for stopping by.  I’m a big fan of the Stay Puft Marshmallow man.

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