Two Time Champion Vancouver Canucks

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  1. Stephen

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    Let's say in an alternate universe, everything happened exactly the same way except that the Vancouver Canucks managed to win their game 7 Stanley Cup finals game 7 against New York on the road in 1994, and Boston at home in 2011. With two Stanley Cups in a 20 odd year time span, do they enter the conversation as one of the top three to five franchises in the NHL?
     
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    no.


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    Lol no
     
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    No.

    Do you think so?
     
  5. vadim sharifijanov

    vadim sharifijanov ugh

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    Ok this is just Fantasyland. Fact for more interesting
    than fiction which is what this board is all about....

    No thanks on the Alternate Universe. Been there, got the t-shirts, not all its cracked up to be either...

    Closed.
     
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