The Vancouver Canucks are confused — at least they sound and act as if they are — and are hence confusing their fans. What is really going on?
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The seemingly incoherent messages that the management is sending are showing that the front office is not really intact. The Tryamkin case just simply shows how unlucky the Canucks are this year. This is the case of the confused fans, who would be hearing two different things at the same time.
The plethora of defencemen at the Canucks’ disposal? Oh well. Maybe Trader Jim is waiting his time to return to the scene with some big trades at the NHL draft. Or is he just outright confused?
No matter what the truth is that gets written on Jim Benning’s whiteboard, it sure needs some clarifying. This organization is just so confusing to deal with.
From the coach to the management, from the line deployment to the asset management… confusing is the only word I can think of. And that was this week’s edition of the Canucklehead Lament.
To get more in-depth information from Friday’s Town Hall meeting exclusive to season ticket holders, check out the above post from our writer Sarah Laug, straight from behind the doors.