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06-30-2013, 01:10 AM
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Or simply Lucic's verbal fight with his girlfriend, playing the "Do you know who I am?" card to the cops.
The cop should've said "Wait, aren't you the guy who rings the big bell at Notre Dame? Quasi-something, right?"

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A lot actually, donating money and time isn't as easy as you think, regardless of being a professional athlete or not.
Not really, all you have to do is show up on time. Attitude is yelling at players on the bench, arguing with coaches on the bench, etc. Wrong attitude, but he is growing up before our eye's.

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Canucks fan here. I have a question that obviously doesn't deserve a thread, so this seemed like the best place. I'm trying to convince myself that there's a chance that Jordan Subban will grow an inch or two over the next couple of years. I'm wondering how tall PK was when he was drafted. Anyone know? (Or, alternatively, you could reply by laughing at how badly the Canucks botched the Luongo/Schneider deal, while I shed more tears.)

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Has anyone seen the mythical figure named PK Subban? I've heard he's like a pale copy of the Karlsson deity, with the only problem of having a different skin pigmentation and slightly larger buttocks.

Not sure he exists, actually.

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Has anyone seen the mythical figure named PK Subban? I've heard he's like a pale copy of the Karlsson deity, with the only problem of having a different skin pigmentation and slightly larger buttocks.

Not sure he exists, actually.
He was at the draft with his brothers. TSN did a 10 minute interview with them after his brother Jordan was drafted.

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The cop should've said "Wait, aren't you the guy who rings the big bell at Notre Dame? Quasi-something, right?"
Haha good one. He kind of looks like it, doesn't he?

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Canucks fan here. I have a question that obviously doesn't deserve a thread, so this seemed like the best place. I'm trying to convince myself that there's a chance that Jordan Subban will grow an inch or two over the next couple of years. I'm wondering how tall PK was when he was drafted. Anyone know? (Or, alternatively, you could reply by laughing at how badly the Canucks botched the Luongo/Schneider deal, while I shed more tears.)
It was discussed a few times before the draft but I really don't remember. Is an inch or two really going to make a big difference? He should be plenty strong enough and he'll be more of an offensive guy anyways.

At least you got Horvat, a player that our team's management was very high on.

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It was discussed a few times before the draft but I really don't remember. Is an inch or two really going to make a big difference? He should be plenty strong enough and he'll be more of an offensive guy anyways.

At least you got Horvat, a player that our team's management was very high on.
Expert research by other posters on the Canucks board discovered that PK was 5'10" when he was drafted, so he grew a couple of inches after that. I suppose I do think a couple of inches will make a difference with Jordan. There's not a lot of precedent for effective defencemen at 5'8".

I'm glad that Habs management was high on Horvat. Some would argue that the fact the Canucks took him is proof he's no good.

Good luck next season.

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Martin Lemay has lost it...wtf is wrong with this guy??

He used to be my favourite when he was working for CKAC



He basicly says the habs should look at the option of letting him go for 4 first round picks if a team offers an offer sheet.

How can people still doubt Freaking P.K. SUBBAN!?!?!?!?!!?!?

I find the media are rdy to protect Price no matter how bad he is at 6.5m/y but with P.K. they're always looking for something to critisize him.

Fracking pathetic.

If this isn't racism then i don't know what it is.

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The kid has made me eat more crow in my lifetime than anyother in his short tenure. I wish him the best and he has EARNED it by any standard.

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Subban was on FAN590 other night, Leafs media was asking how much he will get next contract? Certainly more than Letang who DID NOT win the Norris, certainly more than Suter who NEVER won a Norris they were saying. Subban said he had 3.75m left on this contract but his door is open to talk new contract whenever Habs are ready.

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7-8M per year.

Except if he produces on a PPG rating this year If that's the case, expect 9M, 8 years

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7-8M per year.

Except if he produces on a PPG rating this year If that's the case, expect 9M, 8 years
Should have signed him long term last year. I have idea this bridge contract will cost team 3 million more a year long term.

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Should have signed him long term last year. I have idea this bridge contract will cost team 3 million more a year long term.
No matter what people say, Bergeving dropped the ball on that one. I think he listened to the wrong people concerning Subban.

Subban is/was an exception player, you do not hold out on those players.

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People forget that the cap will eventually rise and superstar get paid no mater what! (See Perry, Getzlaf, Malkin, Giroux) I have no problem if he gets 8M$ if he play like a superstar and bring us a cup!

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Expert research by other posters on the Canucks board discovered that PK was 5'10" when he was drafted, so he grew a couple of inches after that. I suppose I do think a couple of inches will make a difference with Jordan. There's not a lot of precedent for effective defencemen at 5'8".

I'm glad that Habs management was high on Horvat. Some would argue that the fact the Canucks took him is proof he's no good.

Good luck next season.
There wasn't a precedent either for a black guy winning the Norris.

I thought P.K. was 6'0 when he was drafted?

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No matter what people say, Bergeving dropped the ball on that one. I think he listened to the wrong people concerning Subban.

Subban is/was an exception player, you do not hold out on those players.
Where are these wrong people now?

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Where are these wrong people now?
Talking non-sense on rds.

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Talking non-sense on rds.
Actually, one of them is coaching the team

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Rangers just re-signed McDonough. For 6 years 4.7 per year. What we should have done with Subban last year

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