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Thu Sep 20, 2018 3:23 pm
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Thu Sep 20, 2018 12:15 pm
Loui Eriksson already out with leg injury, apparently 'week to week.'
Perfect, let the fake injuries pile up keep young guys playing
Geez who could have seen that coming...
...good thing JB signed veteran forwards on July 1...
I think it’s good that two veterans are out for a bit. It gives the team time to take a look a a few kids. Maybe another one or two will get nicked up in the next week or so.
When you got generous owners smart to take advantage of that. Botch had an interesting take in his last article on the athletic. He was actually being pro ownership and saying we’ve heard lindens side of the story but the ownership/management side of the story will change opinion of them.
Here’s an excerpt
“He made the Aquilinis relatable when he revealed what Francesco told him during training camp about why he wants to win sooner than later.
“When I said to him I have a family member who is 72 years old and I want him to see a Cup in Vancouver before he dies, he said ‘My father is 82 years old (he’s really 85) and I want to bring a Cup to Vancouver when he is still alive,'” Uncle said.
Aquilini could win over a significant chunk of the market if he ever said that publicly.
In all honesty, the Uncle scoop feels significant. Part of me believes we could look back at it as one of the turning points in how some view what happened this summer in Rogers Arena.
Linden and his supporters have done an effective job in getting his side of the story out. He’s texted media. His friends have texted media.
But there is another side to it. I think public perception of Linden’s firing is going to change a little bit when some of the other side starts coming out, and it will”