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Roberto Luongo answers Eddie Lack's ice bucket challenge

Roberto Luongo’s mastery of social media continues with his contribution to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Sporting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pajamas in his video, the former Vancouver Canucks and current Florida Panthers goaltender dumps a bucket of ice on his head and issue challenges to former Canucks coach John Tortorella, ex-Islanders general manager Mike Milbury and former Panthers GM Mike Keenan (or did he say Mike Keane?) to do the same. 59 more words


Don't like the Ryan Miller signing, Canucks fans? Consider the 2011-12 Leafs

For a good example of the scenario that Canucks general manager Jim Benning wanted to avoid next season, consider the 2011-12 Toronto Maple Leafs.

That was the Leafs team that went into the season with James Reimer and Jonas Gustavsson as their two goalies, despite the pair having combined for just 95 starts in NHL. 477 more words

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Vancouver Canucks Podcast #1

Here it is, my first podcast! It’s the This Sporting Gentleman Vancouver Canucks Podcast and this is episode 1. I rant about the latest Canucks news, give opinions and sound very much like I have a cold (apologies). 15 more words


2013-14 Season in Review: Eddie Lack

You may remember that at some point during the 2013-2014 season, Roberto Luongo was traded to the Florida Panthers for a bag of peanuts and a small, lime green trashcan. 372 more words


Markstrom denies trade request

Canucks goalie Jacob Markstrom says he “did not ask for a trade after the Ryan Miller signing.”

Which is interesting, because it was reported a few days ago that he did… 149 more words

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Report: Markstrom wants Canucks to trade him

The Vancouver Canucks wanted to start the 2014-15 campaign led by “a goalie with experience” rather than the young duo of Eddie Lack and Jacob Markstrom. 165 more words

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Free Agency Frenzy Ch-ch-changes

The 2014 free agency frenzy has come and gone. It was a crazy pace of signings and dollars flying by as teams JUMPED back and forth to get the big names sign the dotted line. 893 more words