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Looks Like a new Hockey Tradition in Vancouver


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It looks like the Vancouver Canucks fans are starting a new tradition. It all started with this Jeff Cowan goal against Tampa a week or so ago.

And now this on CBC's After Hours while Dave Nonis the Canucks GM was being interviewed.

This is one tradition I can get behind.

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Jeff Cowans new nickname in Vancouver is Cowan the Brabarion

When did he acquire a goal-scoring prowess?

All he did with the Thrashers is fight and pile up healthy scratches...

He began playing more and was playing with the Sedins and anyone can score playing with them. Some people in Vancouver are fooling themselves thinking he is going to keep it up.

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Jeff Cowans new nickname in Vancouver is Cowan the Brabarion

When did he acquire a goal-scoring prowess?

All he did with the Thrashers is fight and pile up healthy scratches...

He began playing more and was playing with the Sedins and anyone can score playing with them. Some people in Vancouver are fooling themselves thinking he is going to keep it up.

He began playing more because he started to play good, and with Vigneault's coaching style, he rewards players who are hot, so he put him on a line with Morrison and Cooke, then he tore it up scoring 6 in 4. After that Vigneault placed him on a line with the Sedin's, he hasn't scored since the Phoenix game a little while ago but he has been creating holes for the Sedin's and giving them a little bit more space since Pyatt has slowed down of late.

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Definitely more appealing than the Red Wing octopus-inspired catfish that is occassionally flung on the ice at Nashville Predators games.

Or once on the Scottrade Center ice via a Preds fan who came up to watch the game vs. the Blues. Honestly, you make that whole trip up to St. Louis just so you can throw a big fish on the ice and get removed from the rest of the game?

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Definitely more appealing than the Red Wing octopus-inspired catfish that is occassionally flung on the ice at Nashville Predators games.

Or once on the Scottrade Center ice via a Preds fan who came up to watch the game vs. the Blues. Honestly, you make that whole trip up to St. Louis just so you can throw a big fish on the ice and get removed from the rest of the game?

...he just wanted to leave early to go to an East St. Louis strip club...

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Definitely more appealing than the Red Wing octopus-inspired catfish that is occassionally flung on the ice at Nashville Predators games.

Or once on the Scottrade Center ice via a Preds fan who came up to watch the game vs. the Blues. Honestly, you make that whole trip up to St. Louis just so you can throw a big fish on the ice and get removed from the rest of the game?

...he just wanted to leave early to go to an East St. Louis strip club...

where do you think he got the catfish?

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...he just wanted to leave early to go to an East St. Louis strip club...

Nobody wants to go to East St. Louis. Not even the people in East St. Louis.

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...he just wanted to leave early to go to an East St. Louis strip club...

Nobody wants to go to East St. Louis. Not even the people in East St. Louis.

I went to an East St. Louis strip club in 2005.

I'm still smiling. :D

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...he just wanted to leave early to go to an East St. Louis strip club...

Nobody wants to go to East St. Louis. Not even the people in East St. Louis.

Quite true. The strip clubs are in Sauget and Brooklyn, IL.

Or so I've been told.

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