Think about the upcoming Blue Jay season and ask yourself —is there anyone on the roster that can be expected to produce at a specific, hopefully high, level this year? With veteran players there is the reassurance of consistency—the Red Sox, for example, can expect a certain amount of production from the likes of Kevin [...]

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Fan Attic blogger Cdano writes: Anybody who watches hockey understands that while it has always been a game of speed, skill and teamwork, it has always also been a game of controlled violence. Right now it looks like the violence is getting out of control and the evidence is found in the epidemic of head [...]

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“I’ve never been more excited about hockey, now that I have this beard.” Canucks news comes fast and furious, and sometimes we find ourselves playing catchup. Thankfully, the Dreaded Two Goal Lead–often called “the worst lead in hockey”–is super easy to come back from. Everybody knows it’s a guaranteed death sentence for those that hold [...]

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The Canucks have announced this morning that they are donating $5 million to the BC Children’s Hospital via the Canucks For Kids Fund. With that, they further cement why they are my favorite NHL team. Their dedication to excellence on the ice is marvelous and it is clear that we are witnessing the greatest regular [...]

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2010 was a rough year for local mixed martial arts, when really, it should have been the boom times.  At the start of ’10, everything seemed to be coming up roses. Vancouver City Council had approved a two-year ‘test period’ for professional MMA events. The Ultimate Fighting Championship was set to come to Vancouver’s GM [...]

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