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Post by tycot1 » 11 Jun 2011 09:34

marchant needs his ugly face punched off.
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Post by jason » 11 Jun 2011 10:40

I managed to miss most of the game last night with meetings ... Last part of the third looked good though, OK, one to go!
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Post by 510-Trevor » 11 Jun 2011 10:56

Marchand is pretty fugly, I wonder if his mother can tell him how handson she thinks he is without cracking a smile or coughing a laugh.
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Post by butters68 » 11 Jun 2011 12:57

he reminds me of bert from sesame street with his mono brow :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by RONSLYCHUK » 13 Jun 2011 17:10

I was to listening to the pre-game show.They said that the Canucks took the 510 bus down to the rink!Could this be an omen?

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Post by tycot1 » 13 Jun 2011 20:29

butters your gas door is done.
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Post by butters68 » 13 Jun 2011 21:23

nice thanks tyson, at least one good thing happend this evening. fyck'n nuckle heads . :|
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Post by bertvorgon » 16 Jun 2011 07:22

Well...didn't we do our city proud..... :( :( :( :(

I was not going to say anything..yet, I have to ventilate....

Again, the thug element in Vancouver took over our streets, putting us right up there with the soccer hooligans of England and Europe.

If this city thinks it will ever be allowed to have this type of crowd gathering again...they are NUTS! What did it take, 1994 till now ( the Olympics aside) to get back to being able to have large gatherings in downtown Vancouver. What is it with todays youth??? In looking at the video this morning, that main crowd of trouble makers looks to be teens and twenties. Look at the damage they caused, and another blemish on our "NO FUN CITY"...well...there is your reason.

I hope, that with all the camera phones and video, that the VPD/City of Vancouver, take whatever time it takes to track down those identafiable, and ABSOLUTELY throws the book at them. Maybe a year in jail, and another year of serious community work....like cleaning up dog shit.

I will even be the first to send a $100.00 to the fund, to help get these clowns......

What a joke......
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Post by tycot1 » 16 Jun 2011 07:57

what else was going to happen, where there's fuel there will be fire. i blame the city for letting these assholes have a big area to hang around and be drunk, it was going to happen win or lose.
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Post by two_68_510s » 16 Jun 2011 09:49

There are idiots everywhere, you guys don't have an exclusive on that!
Always sad to see the results.
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Post by jason » 16 Jun 2011 09:54

What disgraceful behaviour. I'm thinking that large crowd events for sports may get banned for awhile from the downtown core .... I hope that "tag a rioter" facebook page gets a lot of hits ....
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Post by 510-Trevor » 16 Jun 2011 10:20

Regarding the game, to the REAL Canucks fans, you have my sympathy, I remember how heartbreaking it was for me when the Flames lost game 7 in 2004.
Too bad a few jack ass's and the mob mentality took over and made Vancouver hockey fans look like a bunch of thugs.
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Post by bertvorgon » 16 Jun 2011 18:58

THANKS TREVOR!

When I got off the couch last night, even though I was disappointed in the outcome of the game, I still felt I had been TOTALLY
entertained by good hockey...for months! I even shifted some of my mountain bike ride nights, so I could watch some of the games.

Having been a hard core racer for 27 years, I understand competition, and last night, the better Team won, and I took my hat off to them.

Next on my watch list will be the Tour De France, or, as my son and I call it...the Epic Drug Ride...we will see what crops up this year...
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Post by Byron510 » 16 Jun 2011 22:00

I too watched in amazement - instead of watching the post game festivities, I have to watch a bunch of hooligans tear up the downtown core - saw 30 cars flipped and burned, store fronts smashed and looted, innocent people getting mob beaten and in one case a guy somehow got tossed off the Georgia St Viaduct...absolutely unbelievable, The reckless, self hating fools who represent the low end of the gene pool, and really deserve everything they got, which wasn’t nearly enough. Next time I hope the rubber bullets come out and come out much sooner, and these people simply get mowed down en-mass. You chose to take part, you deserve the consequences. You were warned more than enough by police who very much took their time and gave fair warning. To the few hundred real trouble makers, I do hope you get what you have coming – don’t think you are going to get away scot free. To the 10 thousand fools who decided to hang around getting in the way and decided to live vicariously "in the moment" with you cell phones and idiotic antics, you deserve no better and should be treated pretty much the same. The other 90 000+ people got out of the downtown core, without nary an issue. They saw what this hell bent core was up to, and decided to not take part. You spoiled it for all of them; who were you to take this great lovely city and tear it apart at great costs to the rest of us?
I bowed my head in shame as the Bruins were whisked by police escort to the airport with the cup they deserved to win. It was a great game for the first period and a half, and then it became clear who was the game winner; it played out as one could predict at the midpoint of the game. The Canucks gave us a great season, something we haven’t had in a long time and I thank that team very much for their efforts, it truly was a great season to watch. The Nucks did well, or they wouldn't have got to where they were. Out of all the sports we compete in, I feel that the game of hockey is Canada's game; not that we are the only ones that play it, but it's the game we really embrace. And when I watched the Boston Bruins roster at the end of the broadcast, with a short video clip of every player stating their name, place of birth and who was their favorite hockey player as a kid, I felt ok; of the 26 guys on the Boston Bruins roster, 3 guys were from the Czech republic, a guy from Finland, one from Germany, one from Russia, 4 guy from the US and 16 guys from Canada, including one from right here in Vancouver, and another from Kamloops just a few hours away. Damn near every province of Canada is represented on the Boston Bruins team, and each one will bring the cup to their home town at some point over the next 12 months time. And that will be cool, just the same. It is "just a game", and as passionate as I'd like to be about the game, make no mistake; the goons (both guys and girls) down town last night were not hockey fans and you are not welcome in the city I call home.
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Post by Byron510 » 17 Jun 2011 22:20

Just as a final comment, I liked Rex Murphy's review last night on the crown in Vancouver...

http://www.cbc.ca/thenational/indepthan ... 61611.html

I think I will lay it to rest now. It was wonderful to see a group of 10 000 people who voluntarily just showed up the next morning, with gloves, garbage bags, shovels and brooms and just started randomly cleaning up. There were even people out giving free hugs to take the shame off of so many faces in the downtown core. It definitely made me feel better. We are better, and this will prove it. I look forward to not really brining this up much more.

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