Headshots February 20th

Cam Davie
February 20 2012 03:13PM


A Boba Fett Canucks mask?! Uh..... AWESOME!
Sorry, nerds, the bidding has ended. It sold for $150!
(Photo via ebay)

Headshots are a Canucks Army feature where we link to the day's freshest news, and other assorted Canucks web-goodies. If you've written a blogpost, produced a tribute video or birthed a clever .gif into existence - please e-mail Thom at thom.drance@gmail.com.

Don Cherry provides no end of material for Cam Charron in his regular Monday entry, but today's Don Cherry Confused Me was just fantastic.

More from Cam Charron, even though both of these posts have nothing to do with the Nation Network, as he interviews famed Twitter insider and Edmonton Oiler Komrade - S. Horcov. Awesome stuff here.

Harrison Mooney at Pass It To Bulis gives you the Breakdown on Sami Salo's goal in Toronto. The Breakdowning series is terrific and this entry is one of the best.

Speaking of Salo, his goal against Edmonton was his 300th career point. Not bad for a guy who is literally made of glass.

GIF Break... This is just spectacular. Luongo hands his goal stick to an octogenarian. Her reaction is THE BEST.

Continuing their tail spin into total folly, approaching Bleacher Report levels of errors and stupidity, ESPN.com passed along a Nash-for-Kessel trade rumour that was started by a FAKE Pierre McGuire Twitter account. Great stuff, ESPN.

And finally two separate articles on Alex Burrows and his journey to 500 games. The first comes from our very own Jeff Paterson at Canucks Army, the other from Brad Ziemer from the Vancouver Sun. It's a pretty remarkable story for a kid playing in Baton Rouge and roller hockey leagues to playing right wing along side two Art Ross trophy winners.

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Cam was born in Greater Vancouver, raised in Greater Vancouver, and lives in Greater Vancouver. So, yes, he's from Vancouver. He attended his first Vancouver Canucks game on Dec 26th, 1980 and has bled orange/black/red/blue+green ever since. You can reach him on Twitter @tinfoiltuque or on e-mail at tinfoiltuque(at)gmail(dot)com.
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