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A few quirky Canucks stories to crack you up

It was during that same stretch of futility that Neale came up with arguably his greatest gem. During that nine-game winless skid, the team had played six games at the Pacific Coliseum and three away from Vancouver. Province columnist Tony Gallagher sat down with Neale to discuss the plight of the Canucks.

"What do you think the biggest problem is, Harry," Gallagher asked.

"Well," sighed Neale, "we keep losing on the road and we can’t seem to win at home. I guess my greatest failing as a coach is that I can’t think of any place else to play."
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