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My contract sucks. It’s a big factor in trading me and why I’m still here…. I’d scrap it now if I could.
Luongo on why he remains a Vancouver Canuck.
It’s nice to get past this point and really focus and doing what I can do to help this team. Things have been emotionally tough.
Roberto Luongo on the “emotional ride”.
BREAKING: It looks like Roberto Luongo will remain a Canuck. The netminder has not been traded by the Vancouver Canucks, according to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, despite some last-minute speculation when he was pulled from practice early. What do you think of the decision? Join our live chat: http://bit.ly/jQNAVR

BREAKING: It looks like Roberto Luongo will remain a Canuck.

The netminder has not been traded by the Vancouver Canucks, according to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, despite some last-minute speculation when he was pulled from practice early.

What do you think of the decision? Join our live chat: http://bit.ly/jQNAVR

BREAKING: The Vancouver Canucks have traded for centre Derek Roy for defensemen Kevin Connauton and a 2nd round pick. What do you think of the acquisition? Join our live 24/7 Canucks chat where we’re discussing it: http://bit.ly/jQNAVR

BREAKING: The Vancouver Canucks have traded for centre Derek Roy for defensemen Kevin Connauton and a 2nd round pick.

What do you think of the acquisition? Join our live 24/7 Canucks chat where we’re discussing it: http://bit.ly/jQNAVR

Ryan Kesler gives Henrik Sedin a massage as they get in position for a photo. (Jenelle Schneider/PNG)
Hands down, our favourite sports photo of 2013 — so far.
See all the photos of the Canucks in their retro Vancouver Millionaires jerseys here: http://theprov.in/XtnHz3

Ryan Kesler gives Henrik Sedin a massage as they get in position for a photo. (Jenelle Schneider/PNG)

Hands down, our favourite sports photo of 2013 — so far.

See all the photos of the Canucks in their retro Vancouver Millionaires jerseys here: http://theprov.in/XtnHz3

Well, there goes that. The NHL has rejected the new offer from the NHLPA that union head Donald Fehr called “a clear outline” to end the dispute. Have you given up hope yet?

Well, there goes that.

The NHL has rejected the new offer from the NHLPA that union head Donald Fehr called “a clear outline” to end the dispute.

Have you given up hope yet?

Game on!
Ryan Kesler and Kevin Bieksa are hosting a road hockey game on the court at Coopers’ Park, 1020 Marinaside Cres. at Nelson Street (north end of the Cambie bridge) at 3:30 p.m. TODAY.
If you plan on playing or watching, tweet/Tumble/Instagram your photos with #GameOnVan and we’ll include them in a gallery.
Who’s team would you want to be on?

Game on!

Ryan Kesler and Kevin Bieksa are hosting a road hockey game on the court at Coopers’ Park, 1020 Marinaside Cres. at Nelson Street (north end of the Cambie bridge) at 3:30 p.m. TODAY.

If you plan on playing or watching, tweet/Tumble/Instagram your photos with #GameOnVan and we’ll include them in a gallery.

Who’s team would you want to be on?

“I don’t want people making threats towards her — that’s not what my son stood for at all and that’s not what we stand for.”
Rick Rypien’s mom talks to The Province about how she won’t stand for the cyberbullying that took place after a memorial was defaced at a Justin Bieber concert in Vancouver.

“I don’t want people making threats towards her — that’s not what my son stood for at all and that’s not what we stand for.”

Rick Rypien’s mom talks to The Province about how she won’t stand for the cyberbullying that took place after a memorial was defaced at a Justin Bieber concert in Vancouver.

Rypien’s memorial wall defaced by Bieber fans
One Twitter user became the target of Canuck fans’ anger after Wednesday night’s Justin Bieber concert at Rogers Arena. Fan graffiti dedicated to Bieber was discovered outside the arena on a concrete wall that memorializes late Canuck Rick Rypien.

Rypien’s memorial wall defaced by Bieber fans

One Twitter user became the target of Canuck fans’ anger after Wednesday night’s Justin Bieber concert at Rogers Arena. Fan graffiti dedicated to Bieber was discovered outside the arena on a concrete wall that memorializes late Canuck Rick Rypien.

Sorry Kermit, it’s easy being green.
Vancouver’s Green Men, Sully and Force, have been named one of ESPN’s ten finalists for their inaugural Hall of Fans.

Sorry Kermit, it’s easy being green.

Vancouver’s Green Men, Sully and Force, have been named one of ESPN’s ten finalists for their inaugural Hall of Fans.

Running through the scenarios
The Canucks are still dreaming about acquiring Shane Doan, who has so many trade rumours floating about him he would surely fit in with Roberto Luongo and the like.
Greg Jamison has indicated to Doan’s camp that he could be in possession of the Phoenix Coyotes by today, or in a position to say it’s going to happen so.
But there’s still a chance — however slight — that the Canucks could be on his short list.

Running through the scenarios

The Canucks are still dreaming about acquiring Shane Doan, who has so many trade rumours floating about him he would surely fit in with Roberto Luongo and the like.

Greg Jamison has indicated to Doan’s camp that he could be in possession of the Phoenix Coyotes by today, or in a position to say it’s going to happen so.

But there’s still a chance — however slight — that the Canucks could be on his short list.

Samuelsson fingers Burrows as the reason for the Stanley Cup loss
In an interview with HockeySverige.se, former Vancouver Canucks Mikael Samuelsson, uhm, fingered the finger biter.
Reminiscing about his time in Vancouver, Samuelsson addressed the championship which slipped through the Canucks, well, fingers. And Samuelsson opined that when Alex Burrows gnawed the bear in Game 1 it greased the skids for the Canucks’ Stanley Cup final loss.
“Me, myself, was in the press box during those games, but it probably wasn’t very good that Burrows bit Patrice Bergeron in the finger in the first game. 
“After that, Boston was angry. You might say that was the wrong team to fire up. They play a very physical game and I thought it would’ve been better to let the bear sleep, if you know what I mean.”

Samuelsson fingers Burrows as the reason for the Stanley Cup loss

In an interview with HockeySverige.se, former Vancouver Canucks Mikael Samuelsson, uhm, fingered the finger biter.

Reminiscing about his time in Vancouver, Samuelsson addressed the championship which slipped through the Canucks, well, fingers. And Samuelsson opined that when Alex Burrows gnawed the bear in Game 1 it greased the skids for the Canucks’ Stanley Cup final loss.

“Me, myself, was in the press box during those games, but it probably wasn’t very good that Burrows bit Patrice Bergeron in the finger in the first game. 

“After that, Boston was angry. You might say that was the wrong team to fire up. They play a very physical game and I thought it would’ve been better to let the bear sleep, if you know what I mean.”

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