Props to Hamhuis

Editor:

I have been a Vancouver Canuck fan for the past 40 years and I always will be.

Editor:

I have been a Vancouver Canuck fan for the past 40 years and I always will be.

The idiots that chose to destroy Vancouver are not Canuck fans. They are lowlifes that don’t understand how blessed they are to live in a free society.

People fought in wars and paid the ultimate sacrifice so we could be a free people with different ideals and beliefs.

These idiots no longer have the right to those freedoms.

The provincial and federal governments, along with their police forces, must hunt these creeps down, and they must be locked up for a long period of time. They must pay for what they have done.

Maybe if locked up for a long time they will understand what a terrible thing they have done, but I doubt it, as it is really hard to fix stupid.

Now that I have that off my chest I would like to congratulate Dan Hamhuis on the excellent year he had on defence with the Canucks.

After he was injured during the playoffs the Canucks were just not strong enough on the back end.

I look forward to watching Dan and his teammates again in the fall.

In the meantime, Dan, enjoy your summer break.

Brian (Tipper) Mould

Kitwanga, B.C.

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