Found October 26, 2011 on Fox - The Hockey Guy:
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Roberto Luongo’s lackluster season start continued Tuesday night as his Canucks to the Oilers 3-2. Coach Alain Vigneault gave the veteran goaltender the hook after he allowed three goals in a 5:02 span. The second goal, after a botched exchange with Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis behind the net, was especially painful.“It was a frustrating night,” Luongo told the Vancouver Province. “I was really felt good. I was seeing the puck well. I was moving well. I had a good first period, but then they got three quick ones and that's all they wrote. The defenseman yelled, I tried to clear it, it went off Smitty and right on his stick. Sometimes you need some bounces as well. The result is disappointing but the way I felt was the way I want to be feeling every game.”Cory Schneider replaced Luongo and shut out Edmonton the rest of the way. Afterward, Vigneault wouldn’t say if Luongo or Schneider would start the next game against the Blues.“I thought Lou looked good in the first, he looked ...
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