Found November 19, 2011 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
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Vancouver Canucks beat blogger Riley Trottier is back and better than ever. With some things to get off his chest. This week, things that bother him about the Canucks, namely Roberto Luongo. Plus his take on the NHL's Brendan Shanahan giving a free pass to Zdeno Chara for the hit on Ryan Miller. Utter BS.
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