Found November 08, 2012 on
Roberto Luongo and Tim Thomas probably aren’t the best of buds. The two goalies started a nice little public feud during the 2011 Stanley Cup run and it’s turned the young Boston-Vancouver rivalry into something more than just one team crushing the other on the hockey world’s biggest stage. On Wednesday, a Twitter account believed to be run by the Canucks netminder, tweeted out a political message directed toward “TT” — and it’s safe to think he wasn’t referring to Tina Turner. Check out the tweet below. Some people say 4 more years of Obama. I look at it more like 4 more years of disgruntled goalie politically charged Facebook rants! #I❤TT —Strombone (@strombone1) November 8, 2012

Rumor Mill: Canucks to retire Bure’s number, or not?

Should they or shouldn’t they? Headline: Pavel Bure I never liked you, but damn you were good at hockey. Hey everyone seems like these Canucks posts are few and far between these days. Well, let us hope that the powers that be get things sorted out right quick here. In the meantime we’ve got a little bit of news. It was reported last night by the Provinces Jason Botchford that...

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Listen in as Ron MacLean, Elliotte Friedman, Glenn Healy, P.J. Stock and Kevin Weekes discuss the following: - Players and social media - What happens with Roberto Luongo - The Winter Classic Cancellation - When the NHL returns A good way to kill just over 6 minutes of time tonight. The audio is auto-play so you can listen to it below... Continue reading "Hotstove...
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