5 more days until the crowds start filling the infield at Churchill Downs. Here are the latest odds from the Wynn casino in Las Vegas (thanks to Jennie Rees of the Louisville Courier Journal for posting): As expected, we have Dialed In as the favourite, with Uncle Mo and Nehro also tabbed at lower odds. [...]Continue Reading —›
In his early days in Vancouver, Coach Alain Vigneault was known to juggle his lines at the slightest adversity. Though as the Canucks have morphed into an elite team, his juggling act has reduced greatly.Continue Reading —›
A short while ago Blue Jay president Paul Beeston publicly expressed an eagerness for Toronto to play regular season games in Montreal when in actuality he should have professed a growing desire to play games in Vancouver. His longing to reward the long suffering faithful fans from Canada’s first major league baseball city is admirable but Montreal is mostly a part of the sport’s past—Vancouver is part of this country’s baseball future.Continue Reading —›
I do not aim with my hand;
He who aims with his hand has forgotten the face of his father.
I aim with my eye.
I do not shoot with my stick;
He who shoots with his stick has forgotten the face of his father.
I shoot with my mind.
I do not score with the puck;
He who scores with the puck has forgotten the face of his father.
I score with my heart.
If you watched Game 2 of the Canucks-Predators series last Saturday night on CBC, you no doubt caught Glenn Healy’s sudden tirade about the Green Men, whom he hates. You’d be forgiven for assuming he mistakenly believed they had orchestrated 9/11; he seethes at their very mention. One imagines that, if the league were indeed to ban these two, Healy would head up an impromptu celebration outside the NHL head offices in New York.Continue Reading —›
You may remember the above image from last week, when I found it odd. To me, it sort of looks like the team just finished beating the stuffing out of their starting goaltender, and they’re congratulating themselves for it. I imagine whomever is hugging Oreskovich and Ehrhoff landed the finishing blow.
Why is it back? Because I mucked around with it in photoshop.Continue Reading —›