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Place Stadium in the Heritage Classic in 2014, when former Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo stewed on the bench as a backup in what would be his final game with the team before a trade to Florida.The Sens hit town two days early -- instead of the usual one -- in a bid to reverse the bad history.We know that we cant just say, OK guys lets try to get over the time change. Its something you have to live (with) and every day you have ahead of the game makes a difference, coach Guy Boucher was quoted by Post Med

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