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Saturday July 7th, 2012

Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo's time in Vancouver may be coming to a close. (Jeff Vinnick/NHL/Getty Images)

Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo told a Vancouver radio station that his tenure with the team may be coming to an end.

When speaking on if he expects to be with the Canucks next season, Luongo said he didn't know. Luongo, 33, has spent the last six seasons in Vancouver.

"I would never say never, you never know, but I think we all know what's going on," Luongo said. "We've all seen what's developed. At the end of the day, I think it's time to move on and I'm OK with that. I had a great six years in Vancouver. I think it's a wonderful city, I really enjoyed my time there. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to bring a Stanley Cup there, which is probably my biggest regret. It will be remembered for six great years."

Luongo, who had went 31-14 with a .919 GAA last season, said he and general manager Mike Gillis have not talked about trade possibilities.

"We never really had that discussion," Luongo said. "[Gillis] kind of threw it out there when we had our meeting at the end of the year, and we never really discussed teams."

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