Kassian’s Still A Kid

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8 Responses

  1. Guest says:

    dsffds

  2. Justine Galo says:

    I’m not quite sure how Kassian gets the blame for the rest of the team not scoring. 

  3. Rich_Barry says:

    They look completely out of sync, most likely, due to D Sedin not being in the lineup. It seems the whole team is lacking that same level of drive and intensity as they had during last years run and unable to compete with LA’s hunger for the puck. Its definately not because of Zack Kassian.

  4. teebs33 says:

    I haven’t seen much in the way of blame towards Kassian, admittedly I’ve shunned post game Twitter + Radio preferring to keep my sulking to myself. Hard to imagine people could find much fault in the 15:10 he’s played in the series.

  5. Victoria, fellow CHB writer says:

    I blame kassian for his one little puck giveaway the last game but not much else can be pinned on him this series. He’s doing his best. I don’t begrudge him. And I agree that Kassian is just a kid – and in a couple of years he’ll be the tough, smart player we need. But will we trade him then like we did once Hodgson was developed? Are we the training ground for other NHL teams or a team that wants a Cup of their own? I like the idea of Kassian and what he can bring but we needed his potential now – for this playoffs. It’s not Zack’s fault he’s not there yet but it is our fault for trading away someone who was there for someone who wasn’t. Can’t help but wonder if we’d had Hodgson’s scoring if things wouldn’t be so desperate right now.

  6. Marcuswestwood says:

    Kassian can not be held accountable for any of this situation , I don’t even believe on a team that has played the way our beloved Nuks have played in this series and at times this season, his mistake in last nights game shouldn’t even warrant being mentioned ……… The Canucks are as good as out unless they change their ways drastically between now and Wednesday eve and Kassian or any other single member of the team should be left alone if they are to be condemned by the fans , they all need to be strung up as a collective ………

  7. Marcuswestwood says:

    Kassian can not be held accountable for any of this situation , I don’t even believe on a team that has played the way our beloved Nuks have played in this series and at times this season, his mistake in last nights game shouldn’t even warrant being mentioned ……… The Canucks are as good as out unless they change their ways drastically between now and Wednesday eve and Kassian or any other single member of the team should be left alone if they are to be condemned by the fans , they all need to be strung up as a collective ………

  8. Jordeey man says:

    I don’t think people are blaming Kassian so much as Gillis. It was just a bad trade because Gillis was looking for someone who could carry our team in the future seasons, when what we really needed was somebody who was already producing. Had we kept Hodgson, I think we would have had an easier time with the Kings and probably won one or 2 of those 3 games. Hodgson had a lot of clutch goals during the season and who’s to say he wouldn’t have had more in the playoffs?

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