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10-12-2010, 01:13 PM
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Okay, apparently not too much thankfully. Still curious why he's working out but not skating. Groin issue maybe?

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Short #Canucks practice underway @ Rogers Arena. No Dan Hamhuis on the ice but he's in the rink working out.

If it is his groin, we seriously need to get rid of Takahashi. I've never jumped on the blame the trainer wagon but if Hamhuis has been so durable yet has problems [almost] immediately after joining us then it's a problem. I remember Ben Kuzma mentioning how during the entire time Peter Twist was our strength and conditioning coach that we had 1 groin problem. We easily get more than one every season now.

Of course, I could be getting ahead of myself. Might not be his groin. Just not sure what allows one to workout but not skate.

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10-12-2010, 01:19 PM
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What happened to Hamhuis?
Based upon what?

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10-12-2010, 01:19 PM
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Probably just a maintenance day.

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Takahashi! Argh! >_<

How's Ballard's wrist?

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Yup, tweaked groin like I said. He is expected to play but groin's are worrisome and can easily be worsened. Rypien's back as well.

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Dan Hamhuis has a sore groin, took today off the ice, expected to play tomorrow #Canucks

Rypien back in tomorrow

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Rypien back in tomorrow

Good..

It looks like the Ducks went bananas after going down by a few in last nights game.

If the Canucks get ahead I would expect the same response. We will need all the toughness we can get tomorrow.

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Okay, apparently not too much thankfully. Still curious why he's working out but not skating. Groin issue maybe?

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Short #Canucks practice underway @ Rogers Arena. No Dan Hamhuis on the ice but he's in the rink working out.

If it is his groin, we seriously need to get rid of Takahashi. I've never jumped on the blame the trainer wagon but if Hamhuis has been so durable yet has problems [almost] immediately after joining us then it's a problem. I remember Ben Kuzma mentioning how during the entire time Peter Twist was our strength and conditioning coach that we had 1 groin problem. We easily get more than one every season now.

Of course, I could be getting ahead of myself. Might not be his groin. Just not sure what allows one to workout but not skate.
Tom Larscheid is available.

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10-12-2010, 03:53 PM
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10-12-2010, 04:23 PM
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Rypien's back as well.
So what is the over/under on the timing of the next Rypien injury?

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10-12-2010, 04:33 PM
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So what is the over/under on the timing of the next Rypien injury?
13:00 of the first period?

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13:00 of the first period?
How about, "does Ryp get injured again before or after Burrows comes back"?

There's your over/under, right there.

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Any news on Bolduc?

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10-13-2010, 01:09 AM
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Any news on Bolduc?
High ankle sprains are never good. Wouldn't expect him back anytime soon.

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High ankle sprains are never good. Wouldn't expect him back anytime soon.
Do you think we should get Buble to take his place over Perreault?




On a serious note: Hope Hamhuis is alright... We need to get the entire team doing flexibility yoga in lieu of some practices this season. Works for Alfredsson (The man who hasn't played a full season since his first >_>).

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10-13-2010, 11:55 AM
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So let me get this straight. Dan Hamhuis, who is one of the most durable defencemen in the league since the lockout, comes to the Canucks and after only a couple games suffers a groin tweak, albeit a minor tweak.

Wow. Just wow. Gillis, time to use your extreme makeover skills on the training staff.

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10-13-2010, 12:00 PM
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So let me get this straight. Dan Hamhuis, who is one of the most durable defencemen in the league since the lockout, comes to the Canucks and after only a couple games suffers a groin tweak, albeit a minor tweak.

Wow. Just wow. Gillis, time to use your extreme makeover skills on the training staff.
Hamhuis has probably suffered this type of injury tons of times. He just plays through it as it is 'minor'

I doubt anything has changed.

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10-13-2010, 01:24 PM
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Some of the most durable players are just better at playing through minor injuries than other players... that's all. Ballard is an ironman and yet he played most of last season with a bad hip. Prior to that he played most of a season with some other injury (although minor).

If he had a tweaked groin before, you probably wouldn't hear much from Nashville about it — same way nobody heard that Ballard had an offseason hip surgery. Small market teams...

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10-14-2010, 03:42 PM
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Some of the most durable players are just better at playing through minor injuries than other players... that's all. Ballard is an ironman and yet he played most of last season with a bad hip. Prior to that he played most of a season with some other injury (although minor).

If he had a tweaked groin before, you probably wouldn't hear much from Nashville about it same way nobody heard that Ballard had an offseason hip surgery. Small market teams...
Yep. From Ben Kuzma:

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Hamhuis on status: "I've had a lot of groin problems in the past, but nothing that will keep me out (tonight). Just a little maintenance."
Also from twitter, this time on Salo:

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@BotchonCanucks hey Botch how long till you think Bieksa is traded?

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@chrisjwalker more interesting with suggestions salo is way ahead of schedule

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@botchoncanucks Are we looking towards late Nov. early Dec. if Salo is way ahead of schedule ?

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@naslundfan cap will come into play. it's going to get a little complicated with his return
FWIW.

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10-14-2010, 04:22 PM
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How many teams out there have a use for Bieksa and have cap space? Anaheim, NYI? I think if Gillis starts putting feelers out there, GM's will know that Salo is getting close and that MG will have to move Bieksa. Therefore they may just wait for him to be waived. Either way, Bieksa at this point is addition by subtraction. The big question is how effective Salo will be when he returns.

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10-14-2010, 04:47 PM
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How many teams out there have a use for Bieksa and have cap space? Anaheim, NYI? I think if Gillis starts putting feelers out there, GM's will know that Salo is getting close and that MG will have to move Bieksa. Therefore they may just wait for him to be waived. Either way, Bieksa at this point is addition by subtraction. The big question is how effective Salo will be when he returns.
I don't think Salo will be too slowed down by this injury. I mean, even with all his injuries, he is still effective. Why would this one by the one to ruin him? However, my concern is how long he will last without getting injured again?

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I dunno - Sami is getting old and injured all the time. I could see Gillis keeping Bieksa and letting Salo go.

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I dunno - Sami is getting old and injured all the time. I could see Gillis keeping Bieksa and letting Salo go.
Salo has a no trade clause.

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I dunno - Sami is getting old and injured all the time. I could see Gillis keeping Bieksa and letting Salo go.
I can't believe Bieksa is still here, I do not see anything positive out of him staying here, even if he was making a million a year which he never would. He makes low percentage plays and doesn't learn from them and he is nearly 30 years old. At least when you see our younger prospects at the D position make mistakes they learn from them and don't come back out and try the same exact things over and over and hope they work this time. I would rather lose a little offense from the back end then keep giving up 2 on 1's and 3 on 1's and finding ourselves down a man from a bad penalty then shoot ourselves in the foot every year with this frigging guy. Not that any of this in new.

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On a serious note: Hope Hamhuis is alright... We need to get the entire team doing flexibility yoga in lieu of some practices this season. Works for Alfredsson (The man who hasn't played a full season since his first >_>).
I do like that Buble

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Not a chance... completely classless. Even for Vancouver

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