POLL: Who should Canucks start in goal Wednesday vs. Flames?

 

 
 
 
 
Vancouver Canuck goaltenders Cory Schneider (left) and Roberto Luongo are on the spot with the team's slow start to the shortened 2013 NHL season on the weekend — a blowout loss to the Anaheim Ducks and a shootout loss to the Edmonton Oilers, both of which came at Rogers Arena.
 

Vancouver Canuck goaltenders Cory Schneider (left) and Roberto Luongo are on the spot with the team's slow start to the shortened 2013 NHL season on the weekend — a blowout loss to the Anaheim Ducks and a shootout loss to the Edmonton Oilers, both of which came at Rogers Arena.

Photograph by: Jonathan Hayward, The Canadian Press

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VANCOUVER — Some Canucks fans may be critical of the focus on the team’s goaltending, but more than 2,700 of you voted in our weekend poll asking who should get the start Sunday vs. Edmonton (in that case, just under 54 per cent said Roberto Luongo). Now head coach Alain Vigneault has said it will be Tuesday before he makes his call on who starts Wednesday vs. the Calgary Flames, so it’s over to you again — who should start that game? Luongo for the second straight game, coming off Sunday’s overtime loss? Or back to Cory Schneider, who was pulled in Saturday’s NHL season opener vs. Anaheim? Cast your vote below:

 
 
 
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Vancouver Canuck goaltenders Cory Schneider (left) and Roberto Luongo are on the spot with the team's slow start to the shortened 2013 NHL season on the weekend — a blowout loss to the Anaheim Ducks and a shootout loss to the Edmonton Oilers, both of which came at Rogers Arena.
 

Vancouver Canuck goaltenders Cory Schneider (left) and Roberto Luongo are on the spot with the team's slow start to the shortened 2013 NHL season on the weekend — a blowout loss to the Anaheim Ducks and a shootout loss to the Edmonton Oilers, both of which came at Rogers Arena.

Photograph by: Jonathan Hayward, The Canadian Press

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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