Vancouver Canucks Big on Excuses, Not So Much on Winning

May 12th, 2010 by Ryan Fancey Leave a reply »
Recently, I mentioned that Jim Hughson’s biased commentary for the Vancouver Canucks was taking away from the games.

Well, at least we don’t have to worry about that anymore because the Canucks are finished.

And you know who’s to blame? Everybody else.

CBC's duo of Hughson and Craig Simpson ruined the last five minutes of the game going on and on about the Canucks injury woes as the reason why they lost.

“It started with the Willie Mitchell injury,” said Hughson.

I barfed a little when he said that.

You know when it really started?

When the Blackhawks realized they’re a much better team than the Canucks.

“The Salo injury, Edler leaving this game,” Simpson pipes in.

Oh really? There’s nothing the Sedin’s or Kesler or Burrows could do to offset the amount of goals going into the back of their net?

It’s called being overrated. And the main victim was Mike Gillis.

There’s three people to blame for the Canucks embarrassing exit again this post-season—Gillis, Alain Vigneault and Ro ...

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