I'm saying that you have to a) play your backup goalie more than once every 10-14 days and b) give him some games he is likely to win. The Canucks have given almost all the easy home games to Marky and saved a lot of the challenging games for Nilsson. Saving Nilsson for the two Tampa games tells me that the Canucks are trying to coddle Marky and set up a situation where he isn't overly challenged and this at the expense of their backup. It has worked in that Marky is playing as well as he ever has in his career but it cost us a very capable backup and hastened the promotion of our heir apparent Demko who is now the guy sitting game after game which is doing his development no good whatsoever. Nilsson's deployment in Ottawa has been much more sensible and the result is he has played some good hockey (it helps that he doesn't have a tired team in front of him for almost every start as was the case in Vancouver) and almost certainly extended his career in the NHL so JB did him a solid by unloading him but I still think the team is poorer for his leaving.