Farhan's $0.05 - An open question for Royaldude.

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Re: Farhan's $0.05 - An open question for Royaldude.

Postby okcanuck » Sun Jun 24, 2012 8:14 pm

Blob Mckenzie wrote:How did 16 and 12 make out ??

10 lifted us out of our seats .........ONLY player ever here on the wet coast to do that. He was the catalyst of 1994.


I was referring to dogsalmons " the Sedins #'s go up if we win the cup" criteria.
By the way where was Bure in 94 game 7? ... nowhere to be seen. Trevor almost won game 7 all by himself.
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Re: Farhan's $0.05 - An open question for Royaldude.

Postby Blob Mckenzie » Sun Jun 24, 2012 8:41 pm

SKYO wrote:Oh snap Blob, homeboy sliced ya up.

*edit Paddy made the post much more nicer...mmm not really.

WhoTF is Paddy!??


Tis what we do young SKYO..... ;)

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Re: Farhan's $0.05 - An open question for Royaldude.

Postby Topper » Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:09 pm

12 was a lunch bucket on a dreadful team. Tom Gradin is one of my all time favourites to wear a Canuck uniform, but think of Raymond centring Weise and Ballard and you have good idea what that top line was like. Stan became captain in one of the worst and least classy management decisions in team history. That team was going nowhere until Bus left the building. Gary fucking Lupul was on that team, Colin Campbell was a defensive stalwart in the playoffs. If 12 was retired shortly after his retirement, he be thought of in the same light as Dennis Kearns.

16 was captain of what had to be the most stacked Canuck team in history at that point, yet barely able to make the playoffs and was a one hit wonder. His contract should have been bought out in the postlockout window. Kesler had already surpassed him on the depth chart and use on the PK.

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Re: Farhan's $0.05 - An open question for Royaldude.

Postby paddy » Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:16 pm

12 is remembered more fondly after he was done than he was when he played by alot of people cause I don't recall the lovefest, granted there were only 8000 people at the PNE most nights... Grandin was better, Fraeser was tougher,hell Nill was in the argument fight wise I'm not saying Steamer wasn't gamer or was a 4th line player cause he had a couple really decent seasons... But IMO the late 70's was all about Gradin the early to mid 80's were all about Sundstrom and Tanti for this fan anyways...
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