Is it a case of March Mildness?
Torben Rolfsen is a Vancouver-based writer and his Rolfsen Report is heard weekly on TSN Radio. Twitter: @vanguy
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It’s the opening week of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament.
Unfurl your flag and break out the face paint: it’s World Baseball Classic time.
What a difference a year makes.
The sometimes three-ring circus that is the NBA pulled into New Orleans Friday through Sunday, where it set up shop for its literal three-ring circus: All-Star Weekend.
“Spring starts when a heartbeat’s pounding, when the birds can be heard above the reckoning carts.” – The Tragically Hip
The Vancouver Canucks begin a tough, six-games-in-10-nights road trip Tuesday through the U.S. midwest and northeast.
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
The Vancouver Canucks woke up Monday morning one point out of a playoff spot in the NHL’s Western Conference.
Superstar quarterback play and brand-name matchups have elevated the NFL playoffs from the doldrums of its 2016 regular season of discontent.
The second round of the NFL playoffs will be everything the wildcard weekend wasn’t: well-matched great offences and defences in games that will be exciting right through the fourth quarter.
The National Football League’s roller coaster 17-week regular season ended Sunday and the postseason begins this weekend with only one certainty: there will be a new Super Bowl champion crowned.
December has been a huge month for Seattle sports fans, with the Sounders winning the MLS Cup and the Washington Huskies crowned Pac-12 champions on their way to facing Alabama in the College Football Playoff on New Year’s Eve.
John Tortorella and the mighty Columbus Blue Jackets came through town Sunday, took two points and left with their bench boss having wrapped up coaching win No. 500.
The NHL board of governors met in Palm Beach, Fla. last week and once again came away with a discouraging spin on the likelihood of Olympic participation.
Imagine getting to officiate your favourite team’s biggest game of the season.
In the wake of a savage beatdown in Calgary and an Ottawa game played in a snow globe, the 104th Grey Cup’s participants are set for Sunday: it will be the Stampeders (16-2-1) versus the Redblacks (9-9-1).
Vancouver sports fans got a brief respite from the cold November rain Sunday, as both home teams fashioned storybook come-from-behind endings that gave the much-beleaguered local supporters something they haven’t had for awhile: joy.
In the wake of a dispiriting 6-3 loss in Toronto, the Vancouver Canucks season is coming dangerously close to spiralling out of control.
What is wrong with the NFL?