1953 All-Stars 3 Montreal 1
1954 All-Stars 2 Detroit 2
1955 Detroit 3 All-Stars 1
1956 All-Stars at Montreal (1-1 Tie)
1957 All-Stars 5 Montreal 3
1958 Montreal 6 All-Stars 3
1959 Montreal 6 All-Stars 1
1960 All-Stars 2 Montreal 1
1961 All-Stars 3 Chicago 1
1962 Toronto 4 All-Stars 1
1963 All-Stars at Toronto (3-3 Tie)
1964 All-Stars 3 Toronto 2
1965 All-Stars 5 Montreal 2
1967 Montreal 3 All-Stars 0
1968 Toronto 4 All-Stars 3
I'm of the mind that the fewer Canucks going to the ASG, the better. It's a complete waste of time and the combination of travel and horrible luck with injuries that the team has means any and all rest that we can get is a good thing.
It's a silly event and the hilarious results to the fan voting just hammers that point home even more.
It's all just a big waste of time, let the scrubs play the ASG, I don't care honestly because I don't watch that meaningless, skewed game, especially when players like Phaneuf make it regardless of the Leafs fans. It's like us voting Ballard in.
Let the Canucks be with their families, stay at home, and rest up. We don't need them participating in something so meaningless and worthless.
Phaneuf must be the most underrated player on HF. I don't even like him but man, people are just outrageous in the bashing.
He's 6th in points for dmen. Even +/- on an awful team. Not exactly awful numbers, and reasonable for an all star game. Kessel should probably be the onyl guy a team as bad as the leafs get to send, but Phaneuf is hardly an atrocious choice.
Where is the *****ing about Alfredsson and Michalek going?
All stars? I'm not convinced this team would make the playoffs!
Solid top line, 2 dmen who can't play defense but at least should mesh pretty well and put up a ton of points (karlsson feeding phaneuf would be pretty awesome, until the other teams the puck) and the best goalie in the NHL.
I could care less if any Canucks make it or not, it is by no means an indicator or talent, but really - the rest issue isn't a big deal. Regardless, they get 6 days off - who cares if they have to play a game of shinny on the weekend? Is that really going to tire them out that much if they're off Tuesday, play a meaningless non-physical game Sunday, then come back the next Tuesday? Of course the players would much rather stay and spend time with their families, but really the "rest" or risk of injury issue isn't there.