Headshots November 30th

Thomas Drance
November 30 2011 02:35PM

Kevin Bieksa reveals his true feelings in regards to Scott Oake's intellect via taylorpyatt.

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Pierre Lebrun and Scott Burnside debate the Canucks "goaltending controversy" over at ESPN. It's an interesting conversation, until the prospect of a Lecavalier-Luongo trade gets broached. Once I read that just started yelling "YOU'RE NOT DOWN AT THE RINK EVERYDAY" in honour of Mike Gillis.

Stellar dude Cam Charron now officially blogs for every Canucks blog in the smylosphere. Today he brought numbers to the Vancouver Province. This probably isn't going to end well.

Cory Schneider will start again on Thursday, Mason Raymond will make his season debut, and if Salo can't go because of his groin, Rome will take his spot on the right side of the second line. Here's Jeff Paterson with the details.

Funny Image Break: David Booth needs to work on hashtags. He also should look up the spelling of "peanut." SICK SAUCE!

Occlumency professor Jim Jamieson looks at Tom Brady Cory Schneider's "murky" future with the team.

Tony Gallagher asks the provocative question: would the Canucks have won last night with Luongo in net? Like most Vancouver media members and Canucks fans, he also needs to read up on score effects.

Finally, trust Roberto Luongo to deliver a quote that gets roundly mocked in a misguided attempt to diffuse a situation. Asked about being Schneider's Gardien Auxiliare, Luongo said "we're both numbers ones." Oof.

Thomas Drance lives in Toronto, eats spicy food and writes about hockey. He is the editor in chief of the Nation Network (a.k.a Overlord), and an opinionated blowhard to boot. You can follow him on twitter @thomasdrance.
#1 Cam Charron
November 30 2011, 02:38PM
Trash it!

I was wondering what Luongo could say that would be taken out of context. Turns out "were both number ones" was it.

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