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Update 7:32 pm PT:The Power of Nili is obviously very strong.  Luongo has broke his record and did it the hard way, his team being out-shot 3,219 to 2 in the first period thus far. (Whoever said superstitions were stupid clearly isn’t a hockey fan…) smile


“The Shut-Out Streak We Do Not Speak Of” continues tonight as Roberto Luongo aims to pad his 201 minutes of shutout hockey with a few milestones, such as breaking his own personal record at around the 12 minute mark of the game. (*knock on wood*)

But while the Canucks dressing room has fears about jinxing things, I’m reassured by a secret weapon:  my unabashed dedication to irrational hockey superstitions. 

And for that, I’m pleased to say we have Nili Power on our side.




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