Not too many fighters have had a more emphatic start to their UFC career than Pablo Garza. The Scarecrow has won knockout and submission of the night respectively in his first two bouts in the infant Featherweight division.

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If you’re a hockey fan and a foreign film buff, you might like this interview Christian Ehrhoff did with Omni’s German language program, Ahorn TV, just before Christmas. It’s a fun watch, especially since we rarely get to see Ehrhoff’s Germanness on such prominent display.

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Almost every playoff-bound team makes minor moves and trades throughout the season, with the most significant usually made in the time leading up to the trade deadline. Each time looks to add that one missing piece that will push the team over the top. Each of the four teams remaining in the Stanley Cup playoffs made some significant mid-season moves that have helped carry the team to this point in the playoffs, but which GM improved their team the most?

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During the second intermission of game 6 between the Vancouver Canucks and the Nashville Predators, HNIC sportscaster Scott Oake queried Kevin Bieksa as to what would be needed in the third period in order to close out the series. Bieksa, who is awesome, wryly responded, “Shots shots shots shots shots. Shots.”

It was an intentional reference to LMFAO crunk megahit “Shots”, because apparently, Kevin Bieksa is really crunk or something. But, while a handful of viewers at home chuckled at Juice’s response, Oake didn’t seem catch it. Probably understandable. He might be the most uncrunk member of the CBC team (after Kevin Weekes). But what if this experience changed him?

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Yesterday, we went down to the Vancouver Sun offices to get some photos taken. While we were there, we took the opportunity to use their camera equipment to film an impromptu segment about the Sedins.

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