The Canucks at the Quarter Pole

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. J21 says:

    “…after a couple of Art Ross trophies, a Lester Pearson trophy…”
    Also that Hart thingy, no?
    I never want to see the Canucks suit up for a different NHL team, but you have to appreciate that the ones advocating letting them walk (or especially those who think they could be traded) aren’t saying so because they think they’re bad players, so I don’t know if anything has been proven one way or another. Those clamoring for a rebuild specifically want to dump veteran players with value for prospects.

  2. J21 says:

    Sorry, that should read “the SEDINS suit up for a different NHL team”. As written it obviously makes no sense.

  3. For sure there are some who simply want to sell high on the Sedins. But that’s not the impression I get from a lot of others, who flat out feel that this team is better off without them. It’s the latter group that puzzles me. As you said, maybe they just want a rebuild… but personally, I think this group should be at their prime right now, and not only that, but the Sedins seem to be defying expectations. They’re not an elite team by any stretch, but they should still be competitive… and maybe a year or two away from having to go on full rebuild mode.

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