The Booth Trade and Sentimental Value

Cam Charron
October 24 2011 08:49AM


Will the Canucks miss Samuelsson's leadership?

The Vancouver Canucks traded a couple of spare parts for a 26-year old goal-scorer over the weekend and the initial reaction to the trade was mixed. Mixed, as in, people's opinions on the deal ranged somewhere from "okay, now the Canucks have a pretty good second line" to "what on earth is Dale Tallon thinking?"

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October 21 News and Notes

Robert Cleave
October 24 2011 01:15AM

               

 

Another week has passed in the season, and with that, it's time for another review of matters around the league. In this installment, the Canucks make the first significant move of the year, two first rounders appear on divergent paths, and the Leafs face life without Optimus Reim.

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NATION RADIO - OCTOBER 22, 2011

NationRadio
October 22 2011 06:08PM

 

What a magnificent day in Edmonton. The sun is shining, the Oilers play the Rangers this evening and oh what's that? It's Jason Gregor's birthday. We can't imagine how old he is, but short of cutting him in half and counting his rings we will estimate that today marks the start of his 52nd year on Earth. Happy Birthday!

This is NationRadio.

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Canucks trade Sturm/Samuelsson for Booth/Reinprecht

Cam Davie
October 22 2011 05:38PM


David Booth comes to the Canucks and could be just the right ingredient to complete
the second line with Ryan Kesler.

BREAKING NEWS...

The Vancouver Canucks have traded Marco Sturm and Mikael Samuelsson to the Florida Panthers for David Booth, Steven Reinprecht and a 2013 3rd round draft pick.

It appears, at first glance, that Mike Gillis has finally rounded out the second line and given Ryan Kesler a complementary speedy winger.

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Roberto Luongo, Not Mr. October

Jonathan Willis
October 22 2011 11:26AM

Roberto Luongo is an excellent goaltender. Year after year he consistently posts well above average numbers, numbers that mark him as one of the league’s best goaltenders. He’s also a slow starter, and a little bit streaky – in recent history he typically starts poorly, and interchanges unbeatable months with poorer ones. Let’s look at his work in October for the Vancouver Canucks.

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