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Follow me on Twitter for random hockey talk, question and answer sessions, and the odd witty tweet Twitter Buttons For close to six months, the Vancouver Canucks have had this date circled on their calendar. That’s six months of questioning yourself. Six months of saying “what if” to yourself. Six months of wondering why it happened. Today, January 7th, 2012, the Canucks will find ou...
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