WSOP welcomes Canucks goalie once more

Luongo’s future as a goalie with The Canucks might still be uncertain, but his card action definetely isn’t. The 34-year-old goalie, finished 634th out of 6,598 players in last year’s WSOP Main Event, earning $19,277 and his first official live tournament cash.

The gold medal winner with Canada at the 2010 Olympics, has been informed that The Canucks are negotiating to trade him with Vancouver the upcoming year.

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