coco_canuck wrote:Canucks fans and big picture?
C'mon now, you're generalizing. Do all Canucks fans riot too?
Nuckertuzzi wrote:C'mon now, you're generalizing. Do all Canucks fans riot too?
coco_canuck wrote:I'm not making fun of you.
coco_canuck wrote:Hard to quantify, but the vast majority of Canucks fans expressing angst, particularly over Luo, aren't very bright, and believe me, most have difficulty identifying the big picture.
Nuckertuzzi wrote:Understood. But Lu supporters also have to identify that some of his critics have very legitimate points and concerns and if they can't, then they're just as dumb and irrational.
coco_canuck wrote:Nuckertuzzi wrote:Understood. But Lu supporters also have to identify that some of his critics have very legitimate points and concerns and if they can't, then they're just as dumb and irrational.
Yeah, and discussing legitimate concerns isn't the problem.
The issue is the retarded segment of Canucks fans and the media making this a far greater and worrisome issue than it is.
I'd love to have a rational conversation about the Canucks goaltending situation, but the vast majority of the goaltending discourse has been far from rational.
Hockey Widow wrote:It poses an interesting dilemma doesn't it. Hank's line works very well together as it forces Hank to be more creative. Both Burrows and Lappy will go to the net and have great shots. It makes the line tough to play against.
The third line is fine the way it is.
So the question becomes who plays on the second line. We know Kesler will be there. Should we try Dank? Keep Booth? Put Bitz in? Put Kassian in? Leave Raymond. We have choices and I for one would like to see a little mix up in the lines. Of course this weakens our 4th line depending upon how AV wants to mix it but Manny seems more than capable of holding down the centre spot there. And there is always Reiprecht when he gets recalled although I doubt Manny sits for him.
But it is an interesting question on how do you fix the second line? We need it going in the playoffs and Kesler and Booth need something on their line. Maybe Lappy and put Dank on the 1st again?
Nuckertuzzi wrote:As for the reaction Lu got from the fans last not, I agree that it was unfair given the great season he's had thus far. But while the expression was wrong, for me it was less about Lu's performance than a combination of the fans anxiousness to see Schneids again after that unbelievable performance against Dallas and the fact it had to take several games and more than a few bad goals by Lu for that to happen.
Fred wrote:Watching last nights game I started to think of some of the players ratings.
Edler to me has taken a step backwards this season
Booth, has limited skills. He's primarily a shooter.
Raymond is fast and did i say he's fast
Kassian, seems to be in a daze
Luongo is not a brick wall.
Burrows/Higgins/Hansen are the best value on the team
Schneider's personality was made for his position.
Salo can still play, but looks like he is slowing down...just a tad
Bieska drifts in and out of consciousness, really laying an egg now and then
Hamhuis is our best D.
Kesler is a better quality Booth with great defensive abilities..I don't think we'll see another 40 goal season from him
Malhotra may never regain his pre injury status
Pahlsson might be worth resigning
Tanev on an upward curve
The twins carry the team
AV able to keep this group together and fall into a system that produces the end product..priceless.
This might keep a few of you screaming and yelling for a while
And as a top 6 forward to often fails miserably to score on any kind of consistent bases....and that my friend is one of his prime jobs. By the way another great skater had all those same skills you list...Toller Cranston
coco_canuck wrote:RoyalDude wrote:To stay alive on CC Island, you must be like-able and forgettable, just blend into the background quietly.
You remind me of Richard.
Hard to quantify, but the vast majority of Canucks fans expressing angst, particularly over Luo, aren't very bright, and believe me, most have difficulty identifying the big picture.
Kassian I tried to give him a few games before making any judgement but he's had a few games now and shows the same now as he did when he first arrived. I will say this for a young kid to play against men is very tough, I'm hoping he'll grow into his job (mentally ) and start to dominate. Vcr is trying to get bigger it's a shame they didn't recognize the need earlier in the Sedins time frame.
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