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Tomorrow night the Western Conference’s #3 seed, the Vancouver Canucks, take on the #6 seed San Jose Sharks.  To give us a preview of what’s the be expected and some background on the Canucks, we called upon Mark from NucksMisconduct.com. Make sure to give them a follow on Twitter at @NucksMisconduct. 1.  I guess the most obvious place to start would be in between the pipes.  After Roberto Luongo’s meltdown in the 3rd period in Edmonton and Corey Schneider’s “injury”, what is the state of the goaltending for the Canucks? I don’t think there’s any question that Schneider is “The Guy” in net unless he really falters and Luongo steps up (not a bad insurance policy though, eh?). His injury is quite mysterious – the always coy Alain Vigneault described it as ”a body injury” - and it’s up in the air if he will start. While we’re hoping for a speedy recovery, I don’t think many Canucks fans will be too worried if Luongo has to fill in for a few games.2. Is Luongo as good as
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