Found April 30, 2014 on Puckrant.com:
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If there was ever an appropriate time for a rant Vancouver, now is the time. Vancouver and hockey world I want you to listen to me, I have a lot of things I want to get off my chest. There were some rumblings out a month ago about Markus Naslund possibly joining the Canucks organization in an advisory role when his former agent Mike Gillis was the mayor of Candyland. Now that Gillis is gone and the GM job is vacant there have been some people that feel the urge to generate the "Naslund for GM" rumours. From the rest of in the real world, please stop. And yes if you haven't figured it out yet, The Rock is us in the real world and Mick Foley is those of you in dream land. Naslund would be valuable with the Canucks in a publicity role as an adviser to Trevor Linden don't get me wrong, but as GM? Your dreaming! The original report came out from Elliotte Friedman which you can read here. He also goes on to say "If Canucks GM Mike Gillis wants Naslund ...
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