Posts Tagged ‘Flames’

Great collection of hockey wallpaper for just about every team (and basketball, and football!)

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

Via Google+, here’s Jason Weger (of apparel company Embroidered Things)’s great collection of pro sports wallpapers. He’s got every team – past and present – so there’s sure to be something to tickle your fancy.

Check out the wallpapers here, and be sure to visit our NHL hockey page for tickets, schedules, and more information on when your favorite team is playing.

Let us know your favorite wallpaper in the comments below!

Alex Edler spills a guy’s beer: even funnier on repeat.

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

So there’s a site called “,” and what it does is play any YouTube video on a loop. When used on this five-second clip of Canucks defenseman Alex Edler knocking into the side of the rink at a game against the Flames, causing a front-row ticket-holder to spill his beer all over himself, it’s even more hilarious. Hope that shirt isn’t dry-clean-only!

Watch here. Seriously, it gets funnier each time.

Get Canucks tickets for yourself on our site… just, maybe wait for the intermission to grab a beer if you’ve got seats on the glass.

Canucks preseason heats up vs Flames tonight

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Don’t be surprised if your local Canucks fan starts getting a little hot around the collar tonight–this evening at Rogers Arena, Vancouver’s favorite citizens are going up against the Calgary Flames.

With a great run last year that stopped juuuuuuuust shy of a Stanley Cup win (curse you, Boston!), the Canucks are performing better than they have in years. That’s no reason to get cocky, though: the Flames have put together a great team, and the only thing fans can predict with any certainty is that tonight’s game will see some great hockey played.

Pre-season games like this are a great way to catch Canucks hockey at a surprisingly affordable price. We’ve got tickets starting at $29–give us a call at 1-800-480-SHOW and get ready for some hockey tonight!

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