And then soon afterward the even older Boston Celtics joined the Lakers on the golf course.  The times they are a changin’. This is the beginning of a new era in basketball—the league is on the verge of being completely dominated by talented perimeter players.  These are the last days of the dinosaur—the last days [...]

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A week ago, Kevin Bieksa surprised Scott Oake and the CBC broadcasting crew by answering a rather innocuous question about the Canucks’ third period strategy with lyrics from a rap song — LMFAO’s shots, to be exact. Last night, CBC returned to the scene, mashing up Bieksa’s crunk response with the chorus of the song. I especially like the way they synced up the “shots” with Bieksa in spirited acts of pugilism.

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An Interview With Hastings Apprentice Rider Marlo Dunn

I first met Marlo Dunn in 2009 when she was working as a groom for Mel Snow and living in a tack room in the Hastings backside.  Last fall, she started as an apprentice rider (or a “bug”—a term first given because of the way asterisk that appears besides a new jockey’s name).  This past [...]

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In a game where the Canucks outshot, outchanced and outhit their opposition, the final 3-2 result was a just one. And while Sharks’ fans will be bitterly complaining about a phantom Dany Heatley elbowing penalty that gave the Canucks the chance for the game-winning tally, the biggest factor in the Sharks having the lead for most of the [...]

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