Actually he didn't, but don't let facts bother you.
The truth is (if you are interested) that it is very hard to have a team that is effective against all other types of teams. Boston found this out in the playoffs too having a tough time with Montreal that wasn't nearly as stacked as Vancouver.
It is hard to pin point what the Canucks needed to beat Boston, but it wasn't much.
I think we found it hard to play against Shitcago too? Adversity comes in all forms including mental and physical.
Oh my bad, torres a million dollar player got the same amount of goals as henrik, a five mill player? Laughable at best. Specially when you notice torres on the ice more than BOTH the sedins. Go check out nhl.com … It's pretty terrible when your defense scores more than your first line.
Good players adapt to adversity. The sedin's cannot do that one bit and are useless in the playoffs. You can state all you want but the above has been true since they came to vancouver. Regardless of how entertaining they are to watch in the regular season being the leagues leading scorer in the regular season obviously doesn't mean anything in the playoffs. Not to mention boston scored all their goals against the sedin's pitiful defense. A trade is needed whether you like it or not, it really depends if we can get a decent player for them or not.
GRIT is what we need. We didn't have a huge superstar team in 94 when we made it to the cup? We had Bure and a handful of middle of the road players. We came closer then than we did this year…Don't bother trying to state hockey is different fifteen years later either..
This coming from a 20 year canucks fan, not some chinese guy with 20 flags in the windows of his audi who barely knows what offside is.
Clunking is for retards.