There may or may not be an NBA season next year, but there definitely will be an NBA video game. And 2KSports have released a trio of cover images for its popular NBA2K12 game, and they feature a trio of players who won’t be playing next year, even if there is a season: NBA legends [...]Continue Reading —›
VANCOUVER – One of the top players to ever play on the PGA Tour confirmed yesterday that he’ll tee it up at the 2011 RBC Canadian Open.
Vijay Singh, a 34-time winner on the PGA Tour, along with Camilo Villegas and Geoff Ogilvy confirmed their participation in the event, which takes place July 18-24 at Vancouver’s Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club.
Vancouver-based investigative interviewer Nardwuar taps into the hockey madness sweeping his hometown for his latest video: CBC personality Don Cherry. Nardwuar tracked down Cherry last Friday, just ahead of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
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Welcome to our second edition of Blog Wars, in which we pit our Vancouver Canucks blogger, Harrison Mooney of Pass It To Bulis against Boston Bruins bloggers, Jon and Justin of Days of Y’Orr. The two blogs will debate the fine points of each game of the Stanley Cup Finals.Continue Reading —›
Welcome to our first edition of Blog Wars, in which we pit our Vancouver Canucks blogger, Harrison Mooney of Pass It To Bulis against Boston Bruins blogger, Jon Fucile of Days of Y’Orr. The two blogs will debate the fine points of each game of the Stanley Cup Finals.Continue Reading —›
The Vancouver Canucks finished the ’10-’11 NHL season as the league’s best team. As they make a run for the Stanley Cup, we’ll track their progress with this timeline, updated with the latest coverage from The Vancouver Sun’s hockey team: Vancouver Canucks: Run for the Cup on Dipity.Continue Reading —›
This graphic below was submitted to us, courtesy of the folks at Metro Vancouver. And it proves what many already knew – that hockey fans will not miss a minute of the action, even when sporting an overflowing bladder. Who knew they tracked such things?Continue Reading —›
It was obvious to anyone waling around the city of Vancouver yesterday that the Vancouver Canucks were a hot topic. In coffee shops, in elevators, bars and newsrooms, the Canucks’ tense, make of break game 7 match-up against the Blackhawks was that sort of story everyone wanted to wax about. During the game, though, it [...]Continue Reading —›