Discussion in 'Community' started by Zaz, Sep 1, 2008.
1-0 loss to Boston...at home...
7-6 over Anaheim. They blew a 3 goal lead, too...
Well the previous game the night before, Luongo got a shutout over LA and then they started him the next night against Anaheim. I would of thought that you don't play your best goalie two nights in a row, but hey, I guess he's the best they have.
Curtis Sandford is the other goaltender...allegedly...
So, basically the Canucks are going to have Luongo play 60+ games and then hope that he can still be good enough in the playoffs. Sorry, but, if that's their strategy, then it's no wonder that they usually get bounced in the first round of the playoffs.
Big win over Nashville
Nashville has only won one road game so far, but I agree, they needed a win.
I think they have a revolving door on the Sedins' line.
2 shutouts in a row, nice stuff.
Off to the Wild game on Staurday which should be a much tougher game for the Canucks
If they don't score the first goal, forget it.
They did, and it ended 2-0. But no game involving Minnesota can be described as entertainment.
Oh, lovely. Luongo's injured.
Yeah, just when things are going great for the boys, this happens
Huge win over the Red Wings with Curtis Sanford in goal!
Very nice win last night. Anytime you can knock off the wings is a good win.
This makes NO sense...!
Three losses in a row!
What's the status on Luongo? Without him, the Canucks are an average team at best.
They're average *with* him. They're abysmal without him.
And the much touted Corey Schneider is a bust...
Well, Zaz how is it that the Canucks are still in first place without Luongo? Obviously they must be at least average. Either that or they're getting incredibly lucky.
Trevor Linden night!!
And a good win for Trev!! 4-2
Trevor Linden night was quite moving.
Will Sundin help the Canucks or not?