Found August 13, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
Roberto Luongo isn’t having a good year. The Vancouver Canucks goalie was desperate to get out of West Canada and couldn’t get traded before the deadline. Now he’s stuck in Canada, and today didn’t help his year any. CBS Sports is reporting that Luongo tweeted a picture of his SUV on four flats thanks to some thieves ripping him off for his tires: At least the robbers were nice enough to leave me the car….#glasshalffull #blessed #

NHL goalie has tires stolen off SUV

There’s a “pump his tires” joke in here somewhere. Everything seems to have gone downhill for Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo since losing to the Bruins in the 2011 Stanley Cup Final. Since then, he has suffered an injury, lost his starting job and has not been traded despite the fact that it appeared he was expecting to be before this season’s trade deadline. Now, it seems...

Big Old Goal – Roberto Luongo Canucks Song

It’s not We Are The World… But it’s close. Here’s the Harrison Mooney Luongo Song on YouTube making the rounds today. Check out who makes an appearance part way thru the video… YES! It’s Roberto Luongo himself. Great job Harrison, and I love the text at the bottom of the post. “You’re welcome, Mike Gillis. Consider that one a freebie. Next time you alienate a goalie...

Thieves make off with Luongo's tires

So, imagine you're Roberto Luongo. Things for you haven't been super awesome as of late. You got demoted last season, and after basically being told that you were going to be traded this offseason (and even putting your condo on the market ), your team traded the guy who took your job instead. Normally, that would be a good thing -- but you're still not sure what that...

Roberto Luongo Appears In A Roberto Luongo Fan Tribute Video

The Roberto Luongo saga in Vancouver came to an end at the NHL Draft when the Canucks dealt away Cory Schneider — Luongo’s promising understudy — to the New Jersey Devils. The deal ended two years of back and forth between Luongo and the Canucks. The whole ordeal took a toll on Luongo who didn’t seem too thrilled to not be dealt at any point during the two-year standoff....

Video: Canucks fans sing song for Roberto Luongo

The Vancouver Canucks’ goaltending crisis mercifully ended in June, when Cory Schneider was traded to New Jersey, leaving Roberto Luongo as the guaranteed starter. Many Canucks fans had wanted Schneider as the starting netminder after Luongo’s perceived “choking” in the playoffs, but the Luongo-Schneider saga caused an annoying headache amongst the Vancouver faithful, and...

I HATE The Canucks, But I LOVE This Cheesy Roberto Luongo Song (VIDEO)

As most of you know I am a DIE HARD Bruins fans and HATE The Vancouver Canucks like HOT FIRE. However, as perverted and disgusting as this sounds, I absolutely LOVE this cheesy fan boy Roberto Luongo song entitled “Big Old Goal”. These Canucks fans apologize to Bobby “The Sieve” Lu through music for almost running him out of town, but now they are stuck with him after Corey...

Some Jerk Stole The Tires Off Roberto Luongo’s Car

When will poor Bobby Lou catch a break? The Canucks goaltender tweeted a photo of his SUV after someone snatched all four of his tires outside of his Florida home. But leave it to Luongo to see the silver lining. He can at least rule out Canucks rookie goalie, Eddie Lack, as the tire thief:   [EyeOnHockey] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

What are the keys to having a successful 2013-14 season?

2013 Canucks X-Factors There is certainly an element of fortune that goes into a successful season and playoff run – injuries, puck-luck, slumps and hotstreaks and timing. Oh yeah, and having a good, complete hockey team really helps too. In recent history, the Vancouver Canucks have had strong squads and came within one game of winning a Cup, followed by successive early...

UFA Dman Douglas Murray Draws Interest From Canucks

from Jim Jamieson of the Vancouver Province, The Canucks have been kicking the tires on huge free agent defenceman Douglas Murray, his agent confirmed on Tuesday morning. “We’ve talked to them off and on all summer,” said player agent Anton Thun. “At this point we’re not close to signing. There are a group of clubs that have interest, so it comes down to the right...

Canucks looking at huge D-man Douglas Murray

The Canucks have been kicking the tires on huge free agent defenceman Douglas Murray his agent confirmed on Tuesday morning. “We’ve talked to them off and on all summer” said player agent Anton Thun. “At this point we’re not close to signing. There are a group of clubs that have interest so it comes down to the right circumstances and the right dollars. At this point in...

Chris Tanev draws KHL interest as talks with Canucks stall

The agent for defenceman Chris Tanev hasn’t heard from the Vancouver Canucks in a couple of weeks but he has been fielding calls from KHL clubs. No formal offers have been made but Ross Gurney said Monday that there is interest in Tanev in the KHL. Gurney stressed however that Tanev very much wants to remain a Canuck. “We are waiting to hear from them” Gurney said of the...

Adam French: Top-10 Prospects : Canucks (1-10)

The Vancouver Canucks prospect situation is not as grim as one might think. Sure they are top heavy and lack depth as you will see once you get near the end of this list, but they have a few very strong prospects. As per usual this list doesn’t include players with 50+ NHL game experience or a player who played the vast majority of this shortened year and became a â...

The $93 Question – Will Canucks fans show up at BC Place?

Heritage Classic pricing fans out Ninety-three dollars just isn’t what it used to be anymore – at least if you’re a Canucks fan. The NHL and the club recently announced pricing for the upcoming Heritage Classic game against Ottawa this coming March and it’s probably a good idea to start saving… like yesterday. The lowest priced ticket is a whopping $93. Yup, you’re reading...

John Tortorella Is A Ticking Time Bomb In Vancouver

(Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images) By Sean Hartnett (@HartnettHockey)  John Tortorella is in the infancy of tenure as head coach of the Vancouver Canucks. So far, he’s done an excellent job at putting up a facade and played nice with British Columbia media. Eventually, this temporary exterior is going to crack. Sure, Tortorella can smile all the way through training camp and pretend...

Eklund: MayRay Inching Toward Signing with New Team

One of the more intriguing -- and somewhat puzzling -- names still left on the unrestricted free agent market is winger Mason Raymond. He's still reasonably young, is still one of the speedier forwards in the NHL and is coming off a decent year for Vancouver (10 goals, 22 points in 46 games) that suggested he's finally over the hump from the serious back injury he suffered...
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