Warning: This blog post may be offensive to St. Louis Blues fans.
Sorry Blues fans, but the Vancouver Canucks are going to defeat St. Luois in Round 1 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, 2020. How do I know? I just do, but I’ll still explain how. You see, I live in Kelowna BC where I do landscaping services but I keep up to date with the National Hockey League (NHL) and I know these rookies that we have on the Vancouver Canucks, rookies like Pettersson and Hughes, while they’re just getting their first points in the league with this being their first season in the Playoffs, have so much potential that there’s no way they’re going to let a bunch of old, cranky bad sports stop them from following their dreams.
The St. Luois Blues are a good team. Don’t get me wrong. But they’re not at good as the Canucks. After last night’s game where Canucks lost in overtime, that’s the best we’re going to see from the Blues this year. I’m not trying to be offensive when I say they should pick up learning how to sing the blues because really golf is very fun, and our Vancouver rookies aren’t ready to play golf yet. We’re playing real Canadian hockey. So get used to it. You’re not the champions anymore, St. Louis. It’s time to let the younger generations have a turn.
How Are Rookies Beating the Stanley Cup Champions?
I’ll give you eight precise answers:
- Good sportsmanship
- Making dreams come true
- Don’t feel like playing gold
- Blues music never reaches the charts
My Only Fear About the Vancouver Canucks Slaughtering the St. Louis Blues
My one fear as a Canucks fan is that we’ll have to play the Vegas Golden Knights in Round 2. That’s my only fear, because frankly from my observation that’s the only team skilled enough to have the chance to beat Vancouver this season. If I’m wrong then I’m wrong but there’s only one way to find out. If Vancouver has to play the Vegas Knights, or I should say when we play the Vegas Knights, it’s going to be the most intense series of 2020. Mark my word! When it happens I’ll be out doing irrigation or something, but I’ll be watching the replays with a pounding heart. Part of the reason I’m trying so hard to be funny about this is because there’s a small piece of my heart that thinks we might lose to St. Louis but the logical part of my body, my brains, thinks there’s no way that could happen. Either way, the game tonight at 7:30 M Pacific is not going to be one you’ll want to miss.
Captain Horvat take it away!