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Published: Monday 16 October, 2017


Canucks aren't out of it yet The streets of Vancouver were quieter this week than many Vancouverites probably thought they'd be, what with the Canucks getting their lunch handed to 'em down in Boston, Nike Mercurial Superfly V FG Mens Soccer Cleats in the Stanley Cup final. After winning the first two games of the series, Vancouver had a huge opportunity to gain a steely grip on the final, but the Bruins had other plans. The Canucks aren't out of it; Friday night's pivotal Game 5 was shaping up to be monumental, as all games are once we get past April and if Vancouver managed to get a win last night, they would not only be feeling much better about themselves, they'd be 60 minutes away from hoisting the greatest trophy in sports. Two way street there, isn't it? Boston right now look stronger and tougher, and the Canucks might be just like the Canucks of old, only one round later than usual.



The Canucks defence struggled in Boston, goaltender Roberto Luongo had puck stopping problems and the Bruins got back in the series with two solid wins on home ice thanks largely to goalie Tim Thomas. Nike Mercurial Superfly V FG Luongo may not be all that. He may not even be close to all that. Most of the goals weren't Luongo's fault in Game 4, but you've gotta make a save, dude. When Red Wings fans sing along to "Don't Stop Believin'" it sounds natural, because of that "born and raised in south Detroit" line. When Bruins fans sing it, the song is not. quite. right. I'd almost testify before the Almighty that the same guy programs the music for every rink. The News is asking Johnny Miles participants to send in submissions "Why I Run." Good idea, but allow me to offer my own, albeit with a different slant on things. We'll call it "Why I Don't Jog" because the word "running" took the place of the word "jogging" some years back and it bugs me for some reason. Most people in the Johnny Miles Event Weekend are jogging, not running, unless they've organized some sprints at the Johnny Miles just lately. Donovan Bailey would run. Carl Lewis would run. Rafael Nadal did some running in last Sunday's French Open final, but he forced Roger Federer to do more, which isn't good if you're a tennis player. Jogging helps you stay in shape for tennis, but if you're running a lot in a tennis match you're likely getting beat. Nadal won his sixth title at the French, and he may win a few more in Paris before he's finished.

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