It’s an iconic image, one stamped into the minds of a generation of hockey fans. It was one of the greatest moments to ever happen to the Canucks and this photo caught that moment on film forever. Seeing it immediately brings fans back to 1994 and all the emotions involved. And now, Sports Illustrated has named it the best hockey photo of all time.
Unfortunately, it’s not the photo you’re thinking of.Continue Reading —›
Okay, so there’s only been three. But they’ve all been memorable and entertaining games decided on literally the game’s final play. Last night’s tilt ended in somewhat similar fashion to the Canucks’ last game one Stanley Cup Final appearance, when another Greg Adams overtime winner earned the Canucks (and mostly Kirk McLean with 52 saves) [...]Continue Reading —›
Indeed, it is time to cue up the Bon Jovi; the Canucks are half way there. But forget about “Livin’ On a Prayer”, for this team it’s clearly “Livin’ On a Kesler”.Continue Reading —›