Headshots March 22nd

Cam Davie
March 22 2012 03:34PM

Fan sign
Good stuff from the traveling Canucks faithful.
They witnessed a doozy last night.
(Photo by Cheryl Adams (Hockeybroad) via Flickr)

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.

So today's Headshots is the Headshot Edition!

Harrison Mooney at Pass it to Bulis gives us some insight on Duncan Keith. He's not EXACTLY an angel. In fact... retaliatory elbows have made their way into his repertoire before. And that SHOULD be considered when disciplined is handed down.

Oh and from the scene of the crime... Steve Rosenbloom of the Chicago Tribune lambastes Duncan Keith for his suspendable act... by comparing to the act of a Canuck. Sigh.

The Stanchion lets Rosenbloom and the rest of the Chicago media know that they're doing it wrong.

And since our own Thom Drance has such a level-headed take on the whole incident, he was mentioned today on the Marek vs. Wyshynski podcast.

VIDEO BREAK! The Sedins have made their way into the NHL 's marketing push as the playoffs approach.


 

On a different note... our friends at Smug Nation break down recent Wolves activity on Twitter. Most notably, Bill Sweatt live-tweeted his recent viewing of Angels in the Outfield, and his team killed him publicly. Good stuff!

Finally, So You're An Expert explores their budding romance with David Booth. After initially being up in arms about the Canucks trade, SYaE has come around on Booth, for good reason.

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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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