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Posted 4:15 AM ET | Comments 1
So, just got home from the 4OT thriller at the garage tonight, WHAT A GAME. I mean, they stopped selling beer after the 2nd intermission, so I wound up paying $4 bucks for Sprite, but that's all good. Go Canucks Go... and chants of TTTUUURRCCOOO filled the evening excitement as I basically lost my voice and drank ice cubes for 2 OT's. Skytrain was reasonable on the way home as the crowd chanted in excitement.

In all honesty, we should've won the game 4-2 and everyone would have another extra 60-75mins of sleep, but it's all good. Luongo is ready for Game 2. I mean, everyone is. I think we lost Burrows and Cooke maybe tonight so it will be interesting who steps up and fills in the blanks. Nice to see Kes out there again. I have my own playoff game on Friday, so the Canucks will have to win without me spectating.

Ice in Dallas on Sunday can't be too good. Hope things go ok for us injury wise. Tomorrow, cheering for Vinny and crew. More later. Glad the Sens pounded the Peng's and a little sad that the Preds let the Sharks command an early lead. The playoff atmosphere is just too cool. I can't wait till Friday.
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