Cheers and Jeers - Nov 25

Cam Davie
November 25 2011 12:32PM

The Good and the Bad of this past week.

It's Friday. So we close out the "Week That Was" with our latest volume of Cheers and Jeers.

This week, I tell Sens' fans to look WITH THEIR EYES, the Province for missing out on Drancey magic, and I stray from hockey and tell Suh to wake the f*** up.

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Game #22 Preview: Deserted

Cam Davie
November 25 2011 10:12AM

Alex Burrows scores against the Coyotes last season, and 17 non-Canucks fans were
in the stands to see it for themselves.
(Photo by Norm Hall/NHLI via Getty Images)

Game Day Recon: Game #22 - Canucks @ Coyotes

It's Black Friday. It's Glendale. It's a game featuring a Canadian, non-rival team. What is the over/under on the number of non-Canucks fans in attendance at Arena tonight? I'll say 3000. It's gonna be EMP-TAY in that rink tonight, but the Canucks fans there will certainly be loud and proud.

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Jason Strudwick
November 24 2011 03:34PM

Last week Archaeology asked a great question about players accepting different roles on a team. This is an interesting topic that GMs, Coaches and players alike wrestle with every year.

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Canucks TV discuss 'Moneyball'

Cam Charron
November 24 2011 02:06PM

I tuned into Sportsnet last night a few minutes before the game started and one of those Canucks TV segments was trolling along before the game. I don't typically watch those because there's usually nothing in my own specific interest that pops up, but I happened to tune in mentally because I saw Canucks assistant General Manager Laurence Gilman on-screen as host Barry MacDonald asked him a question about Moneyball. The full interview is up at Canucks.Com but I've quoted the relevant sections of the interview pertaining to the interest of this blog and its readers.

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The Canucks and Lebron, Together at Last

Thomas Drance
November 24 2011 12:01PM


There are some uncanny similarities between Lebron James, and the Vancouver Canucks. Both made the finals and lost this year, both Lebron and the Canucks (led by their goaltender Lebrongo) are reputed to be "choke artists" despite being really good at what they do, and both are almost universally reviled. Of course, there are also some key differences, like the fact that Lebron took his talents to South Beach, whereas the Canucks take talent out of South Beach - but that's a minor quibble with the overall applicability of this drawn out comparison...

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