Found October 19, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
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Matt Larkin asks the question. It seems a bit excessive and begs the question: who is to blame for the Canucks’ ugly start? IS IT ROBERTO LUONGO? IS IT THE SEDIN TWINS? Henrik Sedin by himself? Daniel Sedin by himself? Sami Salo? Four losses in the first six games Vancouver Canucks panic button time...
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