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Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 12:48 am
by Meds
rats19 wrote:
RoyalDude wrote:I can't wait to watch booth run into things as he tries to skate with the puck like its a grenade
Booth is going to have a good year..providing he stays healthy..

24g 34a

There I said it...
30 and 27.

He's no setup man. ;)

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 4:07 am
by Topper
Potatoe1 wrote:
Topper wrote:Pot is only repeating what GMMG told the season's ticket holders in the open meeting over a month ago. The lineup is full. look for a Utica shuttle filling out the roster.
I think you're just bitter because your boy Raymond couldn't even get a minimum contract.

Oh well :)

And the line up isnt full, there is a "gaping" hole a center, who fills it?
No, I'm only giving the original source. Lest someone think you are an intelligent being.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:57 am
by RoyalDude
I can't wait to see Booths great tape to tape passes, great ESP hockey sense, defensive play and fantastic anticipation of the cycle and how to play without the puck LMAO

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:53 am
by dbr
RoyalDude wrote:I can't wait to see Booths great tape to tape passes, great ESP hockey sense, defensive play and fantastic anticipation of the cycle and how to play without the puck LMAO
Whoa buddy, it's the preseason, don't pop a groin straining to tell us all how you really feel.

Ease in and you'll be in midseason form in no time..

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 2:55 pm
by RoyalDude
dbr wrote:
RoyalDude wrote:I can't wait to see Booths great tape to tape passes, great ESP hockey sense, defensive play and fantastic anticipation of the cycle and how to play without the puck LMAO
Whoa buddy, it's the preseason, don't pop a groin straining to tell us all how you really feel.

Ease in and you'll be in midseason form in no time..
Fuck that shit, right off the hop, why wait, Booth is what he is, a waste of a fucking roster spot. Come midseason all talk of Booth, will be "buyout" related

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 2:57 pm
by RoyalDude
I could be hallucinating but if I'm a betting man, Topper has a deep rooted disdain for poster Potatoe,

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 3:07 pm
by Topper
I love potatoes. Fresh mashed with whipping cream, olive oil and roasted garlic, served with gravy and prime rib. It's the reconstituted ten year old freeze dried powdered ones that lack substance.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:32 pm
by Strangelove
RoyalDude wrote: I can't wait to see Booths great tape to tape passes, great ESP hockey sense, defensive play and fantastic anticipation of the cycle and how to play without the puck
If this happens it will no doubt be quickly followed with a conversion to the faith by my ole pal the Dude. :thumbs:

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:47 pm
by Potatoe1
RoyalDude wrote:I could be hallucinating but if I'm a betting man, Topper has a deep rooted disdain for poster Potatoe,
Bitter over having his ass handed to him so frequently.

He likes to take a shot every so often, but all it does is reminds me how much he cares (smile)

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 1:12 pm
by Rumsfeld
It seems like the Canucks are counting on a helluva lot of unlikely things to go right for them this year. Never a winning proposition.

Kassian and Booth need to rip it up on the second line, Luongo has to return to form, Kesler has to regain '11 beast mode and stay healthy, the twins need to delay their obvious decline and find some edge to their game, Torts has to avoid running our vets out of town, Schroeder has to effectively center a checking line, Edler and Bieksa have to stop turning pucks over...

I dunno mang.

We're still a playoff team but not much more IMO. Hopefully Anaheim and SJ take a step back and we can plug ourselves into second place in the new division.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:16 pm
by Arachnid
Rumsfeld wrote:It seems like the Canucks are counting on a helluva lot of unlikely things to go right for them this year. Never a winning proposition.

Kassian and Booth need to rip it up on the second line, Luongo has to return to form, Kesler has to regain '11 beast mode and stay healthy, the twins need to delay their obvious decline and find some edge to their game, Torts has to avoid running our vets out of town, Schroeder has to effectively center a checking line, Edler and Bieksa have to stop turning pucks over...

I dunno mang.

We're still a playoff team but not much more IMO. Hopefully Anaheim and SJ take a step back and we can plug ourselves into second place in the new division.
yah but we have an asshole for a coach and not a glee frenchie... :thumbs:

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:13 am
by Hockey Widow
Apparently Dalpe is being waived and if he clears sent to Utica. I didn't realize Jensen is still on the roster due to his injury so the Canucks need to clear a spot for Edler to return. Burrows still counts on roster too as he is not on LTIR, or something like that anyway.

So, if Dalpe gets waived good on MG for realizing he is the player that should be waived and doing it. If he gets claimed then bad on MG for wasting a draft pick and trying for another reclamation project and not letting one of our own young players have a chance to play in the first 8 games.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:49 am
by dbr
Burrows and Jensen are both on IR and will not take up roster spots until they are removed (Jensen will be immediately assigned to Utica, I don't know if he has to take up a roster spot for a brief period before that but I don't see why that would be the case).

Unless I am missing something the Canucks won't have to waive a player until Burrows is healthy - assuming nobody else gets hurt.

Speculation over on another board since Brad Ziemer (I think?) reported Dalpe was saying his goodbyes to his teammates, and that there is no indication he was waived today (deadline has passed) is that he'll be loaned to Utica on a conditioning stint. The league has the right to stop it if they feel it's being done to evade waivers though.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 12:01 pm
by Jovocop
Hockey Widow wrote:Apparently Dalpe is being waived and if he clears sent to Utica. I didn't realize Jensen is still on the roster due to his injury so the Canucks need to clear a spot for Edler to return. Burrows still counts on roster too as he is not on LTIR, or something like that anyway.

So, if Dalpe gets waived good on MG for realizing he is the player that should be waived and doing it. If he gets claimed then bad on MG for wasting a draft pick and trying for another reclamation project and not letting one of our own young players have a chance to play in the first 8 games.
Dalpe never got a chance from JT.

vs SJS 3:19m
vs EDM 6:21m
vs CGY 6:13m
vs NJD 2:30m
vs SJS 3:16m
vs MTL 5:31m

A total ice time of 30:20m, an average of slightly over 5 min per game. Also, he centered Weise, Weber and Sestito.
I am not sure how we can expect him to put up points.

Re: Canucks News and Notes

Posted: Fri Oct 18, 2013 12:04 pm
by Strangelove
Looks like your math is a little off JC.

They have him at 4:32 per game here:

http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/hoc ... r.php?6662

Twould be interesting to see what Dalpe can do with more minutes.

He's supposedly a great goal-scorer at the AHL level.