The Multiple Personalities of the Vancouver Canucks

March 10th, 2010 by Nucks IceMan Leave a reply »

The Canucks this year is a study of a team with a multiple personality disorder. It has a first period where they suffer from confusion, lack of urgency; forgetful of responsibilities, carefree, lackadaisical and memory loss.

In the second period they are more conscious of their surroundings, responsible, attentive to details; play with meaning, coherent, and energetic.

The third period they play with passion, rise to the occasion, overcome adversity, flow with synchronicity, beat down the odds and pull a rabbit out of their collective hats or in this case helmets.

How else do you describe the events where the Nucks have come from behind 10 times now, when starting the third period to win?

Have they been watching the old Muhammad Ali/George Foreman fights and discovered the art of “rope a dope” for hockey?

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