The dominance of the Blackhawks and Kings had made spring hockey all too predictable since the start of the decade.
The drought is over — let the goal-scoring reign begin.
Late last week, the hockey-powers-that-be interrupted the fabulous first round of the NHL playoffs with the latest warning to fans not to expect their other favourite tournament — the Olympics — to continue in its present form.
After being out of action for more than a year, it shouldn’t surprise us that Jon Jones 2.0 appeared gun shy.
There are a pair of teams battling hard in this playoff season in an attempt to erase their mutual franchise baggage of “can’t win the big game” and it’s led to a couple significant Stanley Cup droughts.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC failed to score on the weekend against Real Salt Lake. They haven’t scored a goal in three matches — and have yet to score a goal from open play in 2016.
Will the Vancouver Whitecaps ever score a goal?
So here we are at the beginning of the NHL postseason and already we can see the difference in speed and aggression.
A free-agent signing Wednesday provided a small glimmer of hope for the Canucks, with the potential for more to come later this week.
Vancouver Whitecaps FC were dealt a huge blow on the weekend, losing 4–0 to D.C. United. With six matches in the books, worrying signs are appearing.
“Son, if you really want something in this life, you have to work for it. Now quiet! They’re about to announce the lottery numbers.” — Homer Simpson
Danny Willett’s brother provided the most entertaining commentary of the Masters on Sunday.
Where will B.C.'s Rory MacDonald be fighting after his UFC contract ends in June?
This has been a terribly disappointing year for Canadian teams, but there’s still one that will be in the mix when the playoffs start next week.
I was a little distracted this week — Star Wars The Force Awakens was released on Blu-ray, so I may have been a tad busy exploring the secrets within the deleted scenes.
The UFC 197 main event, which is taking place April 23 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, was supposed to be Daniel Cormier (17-1) defending his light-heavyweight title against former champ Jon Jones (21-1).
Retired U.S. woman's soccer star Abby Wambach was arrested in Oregon on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, police said Sunday.
Nearly 55,000 fans entered BC Place to watch the Canadian Men’s National Team face Mexico — making for an exciting time to be a soccer fan in this city.
The Canadian Men’s National Team will face Mexico Friday in a World Cup qualifying match.