Canucks Christmas sweater ornaments by Chloe Ezra; reader trees and decorations

It’s the night before Christmas, which I believe is traditionally known as The Brink of Christmas. Pretty sure that’s right.

Those of you who celebrate Christmas with all the trimmings likely already have their trees fully decorated, stockings hung by whatever passes for a chimney in your home, and lights lit, both indoors and out. Some of our fine readers, who we affectionately refer to as Bulies (pronounced bōō-lēz), even sent us pictures of some of their Canucks-themed decorations.

There are some families with the tradition of getting a tree on Christmas Eve and decorating it that night. We call these families insane. But if you happen to be one of these crazy families, we have just the thing to make your tree extra-adorable: new Canucks Christmas ornaments from Chloe Ezra!

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Chloe Ezra’s new Canucks Twitter stickers are adorable

We at Pass it to Bulis are big fans of Chloe Ezra, the cartoonist Canucks fan whose Tumblr, Blue Soup, is thoroughly entertaining. We have collaborated a number of times in the past, including the popular Pass it to Comics series during the 2011-12 season.

Earlier this year, Chloe created a set of Canucks stickers featuring 22 adorable little headshots of the Canucks, as well as both Green Men, Canucks website writer and Twitter maestro Derek Jory, and former Canuck Sami Salo, who holds a special place in Chloe’s heart. I made sure to order a couple sets for myself and they are even more awesome in real life.

Now, Chloe has put together a new set of Canucks stickers, this time spotlighting four of the Canucks who are on Twitter. They are absolutely fantastic.

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Spitballin’ on Canucks ruining interviews, missing roommates, and scouting college players

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Spitballin’ on Luongo’s return, Malhotra’s kicks, and shinny shindig

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Spitballin’ on Salo departing, Garrison incoming, and Jay Onrait gently mocking Samjam

Spitballin’ (or Super Pass It To Bulis: All In, if you love adventurous acronymizing) is a feature that allows us to touch on a multitude of things really fast, because in the world of hockey, there are always lots of things to find and colour. Here are a few quick topics.

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Pass it to Comics: Roberto Luongo at the drive-thru

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today, Roberto Luongo is the victim of a misunderstanding.

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Pass it to Comics: Hodgson and Booth watch Disney movies

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today: Cody Hodgson’s had some dark times, but as David Booth recently tweeted, he’s also had good times.

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Pass it to Comics: Sometimes it hurts to be overrated

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today, the Canucks put on a brave face, but secretly ache.

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Spitballin’ on Bieksa throwing a glove, Burrows and O’Brien’s odd relationship, and stuff Canucks fans say

Spitballin’ (or Super Pass It To Bulis: All In, if you love adventurous acronymizing) is a feature that allows us to touch on a multitude of things really fast, because in the world of hockey, there are always lots of things to find and colour. Here are a few topics that deserve mention.

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Pass it to Comics: Splitting the Sedins is highly effective

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today, we examine Alain Vigneault’s most successful motivating tactic.

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Pass it to Comics: Kevin Bieksa, stanchion killer

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today, we recognize the source of Kevin Bieksa’s uncanny luck with the partition.

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Pass it to Comics: Burrows and Marchand are very different players

Pass it to Comics is a regular collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra, whose Tumblr page, Blue Soup, is a must-follow for any Canuck fan with an appreciation for quirk. Today, we investigate the difference of opinion between those in Vancouver and those in Boston.

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Pass it to Comics: Why Bieksa hates milk hot dogs

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, we discover the true origins of Kevin Bieksa’s strange new insult.

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Weird Crafts: Chloe Ezra’s absolutely amazing ‘Hanging Canuck’ tree ornaments

We get a lot of mileage out of Chloe Ezra here at Pass it to Bulis (such as the Pass it to Comics series, which will return in the new year, we promise). But our defense is a simple one: Chloe rules. She has a great style and great ideas, and when the two come together, well, the results tend to be pretty great.

As yet another example, we present Chloe’s completely original and completely adorable “Hanging Canuck tree things,” original creations that feature members of the Vancouver Canucks drawn hanging by their sweaters, to be strung up anywhere your heart should so choose.

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The many faces of Funny Bob: Chloe Ezra’s ten favourite Roberto Luongo animated gifs of 2011

We’ve riffed on the wonders of the Roberto Luongo interview before, most notably his penchant for gallows humour when nobody’s quite in the mood (and this photo), but there’s more to it than just that. Luongo isn’t just a master of the self-deprecating quote — he’s also the most expressive player in the NHL: Funny Bob makes some incredible faces.

Often, these remarkable looks go unnoticed when you watch Luongo’s interviews in real time, but if watch for them closely, as frequent collaborator Chloe Ezra often does, you can find pure gold. Her Tumblr account is a treasure trove of strange Lu-faces, slowed down, isolated, and gif’d.

With the new year just around the corner, we asked Chloe to curate a list of her 10 favourites, what for to bring the many faces of Funny Bob to a wider audience, and also to fill your home with Christmas cheer — or wonder, or dread, or whatever emotion Roberto Luongo is randomly expressing today. Chloe’s choices are impeccable.

When you laugh, be sure to laugh aloud. It opens up the pores.

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Pass it to Comics: Where Bieksa’s nickname really comes from

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, after learning that Kevin Bieksa didn’t get the nickname “Juice” from actual juice or his muscles , we begin to unravel the mystery.

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Pass it to Comics: Mason Raymond looks for inspiration

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Mason Raymond learns from the best.

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Pass it to Comics: the Sedins ride the twin bike

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, the Sedins’ other matching dry land equipment.

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Pass it to Comics: Aaron Rome’s lucky duster

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Aaron Rome rides the moustache to glory.

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Pass it to Comics: Mason Raymond takes contact in practice

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Mason Raymond is welcomed back by Kiss Huggins and friends.

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Pass it to Comics: The secret to David Booth’s success

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, David Booth makes his own luck.

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Spitballin’ (or Super Pass It To Bulis: All In, if you love adventurous acronymizing) is a feature that allows us to touch on a multitude of things really fast, because in the world of hockey, there are always lots of things to find and colour. Here are a few topics that deserve mention.

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Pass it to Comics: Alex Edler and Sami Salo are a perfect match

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Alex Edler with Sami Salo just works.

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Pass it to Comics: Ryan Kesler will Keslurk just about anybody

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Ryan Kesler makes Dracula look like a chump.

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Pass it to Comics: Right back atcha, Vancouver

Pass it to Comics is a biweekly collaboration between PITB and cartoonist Chloe Ezra. It will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the season. Today, Roberto Luongo feels the same way as many of you.

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