Friday, August 04, 2006

PROBLEM ON THE RIGHT SIDE SOLVED!!!

With the departure of Todd Bertuzzi and Anson Carter, the Canucks have been faced with the impossible task of filling those roster positions on the right side. After spending all his allowance on a goalie, Nonis decided on a new tactic to alleviate the problem today, by repositioning the goal nets to the far corner of the rink. This bold move will only be useful during home games as no other teams have answered Dave's plea for help. Line combinations will be as follows:

Naslund(LW) Cooke(LW) Morrison(C)
Sedin(LW) Pyatt(LW) Sedin(C)
Kesler(LW) Reid(LW) Chouindard(C)
Burrows(LW) Santala(LW) Bulis(C)

Linden will be saved for special team assignment due to his incredible bank shot.

More to come, as the story unfolds.

6 Comments:

At August 4, 2006 at 11:15 AM , Blogger Zanstorm said...

That pic is awesome!
But holy shit, I can't believe how many left wingers they have! I didn't know it was that bad!
Yeah at least Linden will be able to hit the net with a shot now!

 
At August 4, 2006 at 11:51 AM , Blogger Hodge said...

They're not all LW's. I had to move a couple guys over..... or trade em. lol

 
At August 4, 2006 at 6:11 PM , Blogger reality check said...

Just one problem, if you have no right wingers, why were the nets placed to the right? Are you trying to make it easier for teams to employ the trap while shorthanded?

 
At August 4, 2006 at 7:37 PM , Blogger Zanstorm said...

Oh shit! Hey Hodge! You best be editing that before everyone laughs at you! heheh
Yeah, RC, it's for employing the trap, nice one! LOL

 
At August 5, 2006 at 12:48 AM , Blogger Earl Sleek said...

Oh, so that's why the Vancouver jersey I ordered came as 'LWongo'.

I thought it was a misprint.

 
At August 5, 2006 at 10:24 AM , Anonymous Hodge said...

I'm sitting trying to think of a witty excuse for my uck fup and can't......


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