Canucks' Coaching Carousel

Cam Davie
June 08 2010 12:15PM

CREDIT: PIERRE OBENDRAUF, THE GAZETTE

Is this the next coach of the Manitoba Moose? (photo credit: PIERRE OBENDRAUF, THE GAZETTE)

The Vancouver Canucks were forced to watch Scott Arniel leave their organization, as the former Manitoba Moose head coach has taken the role of bench boss in Columbus. The Moose continue their recent history of losing head coaches to join the ranks of the NHL.

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GAME 5 SO AWESOME

Wanye
June 07 2010 05:26PM

What a wonderful hockey match last night. Hat tip to Ross Creek for the photograph suggestion.

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STUPID FLYERS WIN, COYOTES TO STAY PUT?

Wanye
June 05 2010 07:35PM

Stupid Flyers tie up the stupid series and stupid Pronger probably thinks his puck stealing antics might have tipped the scales. And now the NHL - who had a great idea with this backwards footage commercials - pump them out like there's no tomorrow.

UGH.

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AROUND THE LEAGUE PLAYOFFS WEEK SIX

Jason Gregor
June 03 2010 02:45PM

As the Stanley Cup Finals wind down, I wonder if Patrick Kane is the most under-rated player in the NHL; or at least from the Canadian media and fans. Jonathon Toews gets more accolades than Kane, and despite his 22 points, to Toews 27; Kane hasn’t been mentioned as even a possibility for the Conn Smyth.

Why I wonder?

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Mathematics 101

Stephen Webb
June 03 2010 02:30PM

Boy Counting On Fingers in Class

I don't think I'm alone in this, but one of my greatest days ever was the day I realised that I'd never have to do math ever again. Now, I don't mean that I never count, I've got 10 fingers and 10 toes for that. (Interesting sidebar, unlike Alberta, no one in Vancouver has more that 10 fingers or toes. As a condition of Mark Messier signing in Vancouver he demanded all people with extra digits have them lopped off. Only the Greatest Leader of All Time could lay claim to anything to do with the number 11, Wayne Maki and genetic freaks be damned.)  After I'd taken my last math class ever, I boarded up that part of my brain, hopefully to be never used again. But, of course as only a love of hockey can do, I've been pulled back in.

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