No question about it now.... the Benning side;
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And after those those latest comments, Linden; either way...
Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it!
Such a nice bear, trying to talk that guy down from jumping off the cliff.
2016-12-07, 06:57 PM
(This post was last modified: 2016-12-07, 06:57 PM by ZappaScores.
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What I can agree with, is posts 2 & 3.
I for one think Benning is doing a great job & I hope he is the Vancouver GM forever & ever!
Please ignore guardian he doesn't talk for the fan base.
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I personally thought the thread was well thought out, using visuals and such to assist in explaining the point he's making.
It may be his thoughts on playing the Bruins in the playoffs again...??
It's official....the Grizzlies are returning to Vancouver.
Just another Canuck fan that doesn't agree with team management, rinse, repeat.
hahah guardian might I suggest adding a little context to your post
I’ll be polite... right up until I’m rude
- Ash Williams (2015)
Totally get it!
Benning made some comments that showed he has no idea on the direction of the team and that left Linden on a ledge with no real, clear, good choice... other to embrace the Bruins and hope for the best???
Now, If I just knew or cared what the comments might have been....
Be yourself, everyone else is taken.
Am I the only one who feels anticipation when I click on a thread started by a Nucker in the General Forums, excited at the prospect of what weirdness I might find?
When you win the lottery to get a generational player it automatically raises the performance level. If they had no McDavid do you think that Charelli or McClelland or Lucic or ???? would have signed there. I am glad that Looch did sign there. I think we dodged a bullet there.
It's the domino effect.
Prior to McDavid it's Crosby and Lemieux.
It is freakin' crazy that the Oilers have gotten lucky twice. Once when Nelson Skalbania (A Vancouverite) lost Gretzky to Peter Pocklington in a board game, then when the NHL allowed the WHA teams to protect 4 players during the merger and then the Oil win the lottery when they didn't have the odds.