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"What's so special about Crosby? I don't see anything special there. Yes, he does skate well, has a good head, good pass. But there's nothing else." (Alexander Semin)

"He could stop a bee in a fog" (Blues' broadcasters on Pekka Rinne)

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Messaggio da Scaramanga » 05/05/2019, 14:45

Se faccio una foto a parte di una pagina, poi come faccio a postarla qui sopra?



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Robin87 ha scritto: 05/05/2019, 13:27
BendItLikeBieksa ha scritto: 02/05/2019, 2:09 Dalla prossima stagione la maglia cambierà, anche se non si conosce la portata delle modifiche.*

A me l’attuale piace molto, o meglio, ci sono molto legato perché ho iniziato a tifare Vancouver nel 2007, primo anno in cui la indossarono.
Per cui per me i Canucks sono l’Orca e il Blue and Green.

Detto questo, tornare allo Sitck and Rink non mi dispiacerebbe per nulla.
Basta rimangano i colori, che li abbiamo già cambiati troppe volte nella nostra storia. :biggrin:

Johnny Canuck lo lascerei come patch va, ho timore di cosa potrebbe venire fuori mettendolo come logo primario.

* proprio in questi giorni la New Era ha rilasciato una preview del materiale del prossimo anno, e Vancouver ha ancora la combo Orca - scritta Vancouver.
Quindi mi aspetto cambiamenti minimali, mentre Ottawa pare torni al logo 2d. 

hai un link per queste novità??? dovrebbe essere in arrivo anche la terza jersey dei Rangers..sono molto curioso visto che non cambiamo spesso font e maglie (per fortuna)  :biggrin:  
Io seguo sempre questo link: https://www.icethetics.co/jerseywatch
Sono sul pezzo.

@Scaramangahttp://it.tinypic.com/
Usa questo sito, ti genera il link e poi lo condividi qui.


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In barba alle leggi del copyright beccatevi questa

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:notworthy:


"What's so special about Crosby? I don't see anything special there. Yes, he does skate well, has a good head, good pass. But there's nothing else." (Alexander Semin)

"He could stop a bee in a fog" (Blues' broadcasters on Pekka Rinne)

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Grazie del consiglio @Scaramanga :notworthy:

Vedrò di ordinarlo :biggrin:



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Messaggio da BendItLikeBieksa » 07/10/2019, 0:00

Ho potuto ammirarne solo gli ultimi anni di carriera, ma condivido con voi questo bellissimo pezzo su Trevor Linden e la 1994 run.

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Linden heroic in 1994 Stanley Cup Finalby John McGourty / NHL.com December 15th, 2008 

After all these years, Cliff Ronning lets us in on a secret that speaks glowingly of Trevor Linden's competitiveness and tenacity.

"You don't know this, but Trevor Linden had cracked ribs and torn rib cartilage for the last four games of the 1994 Stanley Cup Final," Cliff Ronning said. "You can't imagine what it's like to hear your captain, in a room down the hall, screaming at the top of his lungs as they injected the needle into his rib cage. Knowing him, he probably thought we couldn't hear. He would then walk into our dressing room like nothing had happened. That was inspirational."

Ronning was remembering Linden dropping his right shoulder into Brian Leetch, pushing the defenseman to the side and scoring on Mike Richterto make the score 2-1 Rangers in Game 7 of the Final. Linden couldn't will his team to victory that night, despite his two goals, in the deciding 3-2 loss. 

"I broke my hand in that game," Ronning recalled. "But how do I say I can't play when there's a guy who has played four games with broken ribs and torn cartilage and he's dropping his shoulder into guys to make plays?" "There's a famous picture of Trevor and goalie Kirk McLean standing in exhaustion and it exemplifies what everyone on our team gave that day. It was a sad day because we lost, but it was a great day in the sense of what we had accomplished. We were not as talented a team, but how close we came! And, how close we became as friends, to this day."

Ronning said the famous picture of Linden and goalie Kirk McLean, standing together in Game 7 in total exhaustion, captures the moment. The Canucks had beaten the Calgary Flames in seven games, the last three in overtime, before five-game series victories over the Dallas Stars and Toronto Maple Leafs. Linden was Vancouver's second-leading scorer in the playoffs, behind his right winger Pavel Bure, with 12 goals and 13 assists. Down 3-1 in the Final, the Canucks rallied to win Games 5 and 6. 

At one point in Game 6 in Vancouver, Linden crawled on the ice to get to his bench, he was in so much pain.

"Trevor and Kirk and the exhaustion in their faces exemplifies what everyone on our team gave that day," Ronning said. 

"Pat Quinn was inspirational to the younger players and put us in situations that we'd be accountable to each other. That's where Trevor fit in. He showed us that his accountability as a player was to the team, not to Trevor. By playing on the defensive side of the puck and taking hits to make plays, to staying in the night before a big game, Trevor set the disciplinary tone by himself. That's why we saw him as a great leader.

"Quinn slowly groomed our team as he went along and he needed a captain who shared his philosophy of hard work," Ronning said. "Trevor never took a shift off. He sacrificed his body to block shots and did a lot of little things that some scorers won't do. That's what made him an excellent captain."
 Ronning grew up in suburban Vancouver, in Burnaby, and was overjoyed to be traded from the St. Blues to the Canucks in 1991. He had a lot riding on winning the 1994 Stanley Cup but even more in seeing his hometown take the Canucks to their heart. He knows the role Linden played in making that happen.

"He's been great for this city from the day he got here until he played his last game," Ronning said. "It's not just what he did on the ice. He did so much for the community. I can feel that connection with the fans and you don't know how many sick kids he visited in hospitals. He brought this community together and I've always thought it would be interesting if he ran for mayor."

The NHL honored Linden in 1997 as the 10th recipient of the King Clancy Memorial Trophy. 

"Certain people have leadership skills in their makeup and it was abundantly evident in Trevor Linden," said Quinn, who named Linden team captain at age 21. "He had shown it as a young player and we were a team changing our ethic. We hadn't been a winning organization. He seemed the right guy to put in there to be our leader and captain.

"He was a high-level performer who brought his level up in the big games. He didn't make mistakes and he scored important goals. Even if he wasn't a prolific scorer, he was that good, solid, two-way player that coaches love to have in the lineup.

"Linden was big in that Game 7 and the whole series," Quinn continued. "There's no possible way to give more than he did. He led by example and was a monster in the final game. Woulda, coulda, shoulda, but Vancouver should have won that series. We were better in four of the seven games." https://www.nhl.com/news/linden-heroic- ... l/c-397641


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Pura nostalgia.


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Messaggio da jovocop » 29/12/2019, 0:03

prima seconda e terza della decade




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Messaggio da sciabo » 31/12/2019, 9:15

jovocop ha scritto: 29/12/2019, 0:03prima seconda e terza della decade
 
Se non c'è niente di Dominator è tutta da rifare :shades:



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sciabo ha scritto: 31/12/2019, 9:15
jovocop ha scritto: 29/12/2019, 0:03prima seconda e terza della decade
 
Se non c'è niente di Dominator è tutta da rifare :shades:

Eh Dominator alla fine ha fatto un solo anno nella decade.
Si è ritirato nel 2011.


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Messaggio da BendItLikeBieksa » 29/02/2020, 0:33

10 anni..



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JS_53 ha scritto: 26/03/2018, 19:24E' un bellissimo thread!

Andrew Cassels e Geoff Sanderson con HM per Sean Burke. Che belli quegli anni dove era tutto una scoperta cazzo! Tra l'altro il web ancora non era così fruibile come oggi e mi ricordo che appen<!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}-->Lucky Patcher Kodi nox a uscivo di casa per andare a scuola c'era subito lo stop all'edicola di Piazza Ungheria dove sfogliavo Usa Today o in alternativa l'Herald Tribune per vedere i risultati di 2 giorni prima!!! Manco sul televideo li mettevano i risultati. Che ricordi!!!

Pariolino :forza: 
Da lì, considerando che la mia offeseasom è sempre più alle porte, è nata l’idea di aprire questo topic come raccoglitore di tutti quei giocatori, non più in attività o a fine carriera, che hanno segnato la nostra storia hockeystica.



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Top 3 dei miei Canucks preferiti.



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