Discussion in 'Attention Seekers' started by The Punjabi Playboy, Apr 2, 2018.
It's an end of an era. I am happy with the decision, but I will still miss them next season
The most boring "superstars" ever to play hockey
Boring personalities? Sure. But on the ice in their prime? Most exciting duo ever.
Probably not as boring as the Klitschkos in boxing.
I'll just leave this here.
How many cups have the Oilers won when there's been more than 21 teams in the league?
Not less than the Canucks.
Let’s see if Connor McDavid has the class to start a handshake lineup for the Sedins last game like Jarome Iginla did for Trevor Linden’s last game
and Henrik Sedin did for Ryan Smyth's last game.
I'll admit that was an amazing moment the way they came out to send off Ryan Smyth when he retired.
It's called class. Something the Oilers could learn.
Always liked the Sedins, even now they’re very good, they could probably play a couple more years, but I respect that they’ve done well, and left a lasting Legacy. Sad they’re retiring without a cup, the Canucks were good enough to win the bruins series, not sure what happened there, but it sucked.
The team was too banged up. Luongo for the life of him played like a God at home (except game 7) that round but for some reason couldn't stop a beach ball when he had to play in Boston. I believe if they had pulled Luongo a bit sooner during game 6 in Boston, they could have won the cup then.
They got up 3-0 in the series, Boston pulled out some serious grit... I’m almost inclined to believe the conspiracy theory that the refs were told to help Boston because the big market is the US, and a Canadian team winning sinks American sales and ratings.
No. We were up 2-0. If Vancouver had blown a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final, the riot would most likely have been way worse.
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