ukcanuck wrote:Just got a keep working harder, its the sharks they will fold if they are pushed hard enough....
TDA Rum wrote:I would like to see them give Gaunce a chance in game 3, big body with offensive upside,,
Normally, I would say this is over, but Kes's performance gives me some hope. If a couple of other guys can score a goal to help out and Kes can keep this up, we have an outside chance. I really hope Zack is soaking this all in, watching a guy elevate his game in the playoffs. He's going to be a key guy for us in a couple years.
The Sedins have done exactly nothing in this series. Kessler put them both to absolute shame tonight. Obviously, there is nothing I'd like to see more than for the Canucks to turn this thing around, but if we are out in 4-5 games - which seems likely - it's time to start asking some serious questions about the future of this team. And I think those questions start with the Sedins.
"poor Ballard" had 140 games to prove just how bad a dman he is.. Corrado is the better of the 2.. wtf has Ballard done to give him a playoff spot?And poor Ballard - Corrado's inexperience showed but watch AV keep Ballard out of the line-up again in SJ.
cjc wrote:It was a better game than Wednesday but that almost makes it worse that we lost.
This team needs serious adjustment. The effort is there but the horsepower - apart from Kesler - isn't. I can't see this team pulling it off. AV puts all his eggs in rather weak baskets and it doesn't look like he knows how to direct the others. Kassian seems lost - he has no defined role and skates around with no direction. Poor kid. He could be ruined before he knows it. And poor Ballard - Corrado's inexperience showed but watch AV keep Ballard out of the line-up again in SJ.
Gillis is going to run out of time too. He hasn't done much to upgrade this team. It's aging and slowing with nothing appearing on the horizon.
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