Robert Luongo can see the writing on the wall. The 33-year old Vancouver goaltender has likely played his final game with the Canucks - a realization he seems willing to accept.Luongo's six-year career in Vancouver includes being selected to three consecutive NHL All-Star Games from 2007-09, but he will likely be remembered for being pulled in consecutive postseasons for backup (and soon to be starter) Brian Schneider.Today, Luongo joined "The Jeff O'Neil Show" on 993 The Fox in Vancouver to talk about his future in the NHL.Luongo reflected on his six seasons with the Canucks, and tossed around the idea of putting on a Hawks jersey."I think there's a lot of cities that are great to play in, and Chicago's definitely one of them," Luongo said. "But you have to realize that it works both ways. There's not only me involved in this decisions. It's also a question if the Blackhawks would be interested, if the team would be interested in trading me there and if I wanted to go there."The idea that Luongo would even entertain the thought of departing Vancouver and heading to Chicago may come as a surprise to some, considering the 7-game battle the teams took part in during Round One of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Luongo allowed 11 goals in Vancouver's 3 losses during the series, which may have marked the beginning of the end for him as a Canuck. He was a good sport, however, when asked about whether or not he could deal with listening to'Chelsea Dagger' in Chicago."I like that song. It's catchy," Luongo said. "I heard it seven times in one game."