June 26 2012 07:27PM
Silence speaks volumes.
That's how the old saying goes, and with the news coming out today that Pavel Bure is going to be a Hockey Hall of Fame inductee, the Vancouver Canucks decision not to say anything for three and a half hours regarding Bure's induction is suspicious to say the least.
Especially since the Florida Panthers have been seemingly tweeting non-stop about the induction since it was announced.
Click past the jump for a look at the history between the Canucks, and their first real Hall of Famer...
April 12 2012 03:45PM
Honestly, Willie Mitchell should be playing the role of Judas here.
(Image care of busycatholic.blogspot.com)
"The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men."
So I totally understand people like Robert Tychowski, asking who "sholld" Canadian hockey root for this postseason (and inevitably answer that, however it is, it shouldn't be the Canucks, because the Canucks aren't Canada's team).
That's fine, because the Canucks are God's team.
I'm not religious, have never been to church and most likely never will. However, it's hard to argue with the evidence that is right in front of you. The Canucks, clearly, are the anointed ones and the rest of the NHL needs to suck it up and deal with it.
Need proof? Read on.