Headshots March 7th

Cam Davie
March 07 2012 03:30PM


Great view of the Canucks as they take to the ice last week against the Blues.
(Photo by Derek Leung/Getty Images)

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.

Iain McIntyre tells us about the habit of uninspired efforts making its way through the Canucks roster. But it's hardly a reason to panic.

Over at the Legion of Blog, The Stanchion tells us how we can coast like the Canucks in a everyday regular ol' lives. Such as hiding uder the front stairs, or spraying ourselves with milk.

From our new friends at Smug Nation, they tell us why Mike Gillis would make a phenomenal poker player. It contains this accurate jem... "If the NHL was an 80′s action film, Gillis would be the aging loose cannon who doesn’t play by the rules." That's reason alone to read the whole article.

VIDEO BREAK! Did you see Jake the dancing kid at the Canucks game last night? Watch it five times. He is so much better at dancing than you are that it's embarrassing.

There is a labour dispute brewing at Rogers Arena. Arena workers were out in force at last night's Canucks game, looking for better working conditions and customer service. Their union, UNITE HERE Local 40, has some information up at their website demonstrating their case.

And returning to the Legion of Blog, Cam Charron tells us that the Sedins supposed slump is nothing to lose sleep over. It's just a numbers game, and the Sedins are hitting an unlucky streak.

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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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