Archive for March, 2012

Canucks Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012 Preview: Possible Matchups

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

By Bryce Lokken

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The 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs are roughly scheduled to begin April 12th. Right now, it’s likely that the Vancouver Canucks will face either Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Jose or perhaps Colorado or Calgary. In the ultra-tight Western Conference, the standings will be a crazy game of musical chairs right up until the regular season concludes on April 7th. For Vancouver Canucks fans, the memory of last year’s run to Game 7 of the Finals is still fresh. As they await their eventual opponent – perhaps feeling reasonably assured of a lengthy playoff run – the first round may feel like a mere formality.

However, anything can happen in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Here are -  by possible opponent – reasons why you should get your tickets for the first round: (more…)

When fans steal the show

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

When the Vancouver Canucks lost on home ice against the Dallas Stars last week, the story that stuck with us probably wasn’t the 5-2 score, but rather the dance moves of six-year-old Jack Millos:


That video has since gone viral, with well over a half million views in just a week.

After the game, Jack earned himself a game-worn jersey presented by the Canucks’ Dan Hamhuis, as well as a feature on the Canucks’ website. His moves were also picked up by a number of major American media outlets, including Good Morning America and Sports Illustrated.

Of course, Jack isn’t the only fan to have stolen the spotlight at a sporting event over the years:

What have been your favorite spectator moments caught on video? We want to hear from you!

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“That could be on YouTube or something”: Rick Mercer at Jets practice

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

The Winnipeg Jets are in the thick of the Eastern conference playoff hunt, but that doesn’t mean they’re too busy for a little fun. Comedian and TV host Rick Mercer was invited to an on-ice practice session with the Jets’ GST line (Glass-Slater-Thorburn) and goaltender Chris Mason. Whether you’re a Jets fan or not, you won’t want to miss this behind-the-scenes peek into the daily grind of the NHL.

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