Good morning, everyone, I trust you're well. Me? I'm ok, it's cold as fuck and walking along the shoulder of the highway is not a smart or safe thing to do, but hey, now you know, and knowing is half the battle. Lets get at it.
>> Tony "droppin fades" Gallagher talks about Alain Vigneault's choice of goalies and which will he use in the coming days.
>> Jordan Bowman from the Legion of Blog has the Luongo Trade Speculation Spectacular Podcast.
>> Jonathan McDonald who doesn't yet have a nickname with me yet, talks about how Canucks scrimmages are fun for the whole family, or something like that.
>> Jim Jamieson once sent me a DM on Twitter telling me there was a video of me on the internet dancing stupidly. I wondered how he knew that, but then realized it was spam. Anyhow, he tells how Luongo shined in the practice shootout yesterday.
>> Dale Weise hopes his experience in Tilburg gives him some extra confidence. Thank fuck. Maybe he can be an effective fourth liner.
>> The Vancouver Sun has a poll! Go decide whether the injury to David Booth will speed up a Roberto Luongo trade.
>> Mason "the little Milt that may or may not" Raymond has something to prove. No shit, Sherlock.
>> Pass it to Bulis warns Jordan Schroeder to be afraid of David Booth's groin.
>> Also from Canucks Army, Cam Charron thinks that Wade Redden and Scott Gomez make sense for the Vancouver Canucks.
That's all from the Canucks this morning. Lets see what those assholes around the league have for us.
The Other Guys:
>> The NHL has a face-masking penalty now. Neat.
>> The Detroit Red Wings will be a little younger on opening night. Mikael Samuelsson is not expected to play, neither is Darren Helm.
>> St. Louis Blue GM Doug Armstrong has been given a five-year extension. He no longer has to make Ken Hitchcock pre-game burgs anymore.
>> Phoenix Coyotes
asshole agitator Raffi Torres will not have his suspension shortened. The Coyotes tried to have his suspension reduced due to the shortened season.
That's all for me today, folks. Enjoy your day! Also, anyone think a drop kick is an effective move in a fight? Not a hockey fight, but lets say a public transit vehicle? Hmm. I wonder.
Thanks for reading.