October 30 2011 01:03PM
Welcome to 'Don Cherry confused me', a new Sunday-morning feature that will chronicle the silly things that Don Cherry says the night before on Coach's Corner. The feature will focus on Cherry's out-dated focus on the game and attempt to get him to understand that things happen in hockey a little bit differently than he remembers them.
"Anyway, Vancouver. Everybody is after Vancouver. I mean, and I saw something on television that I couldn't believe. It had every bad headline that was in the paper from the playoffs back, it was unbelievable how bad Lalongo is. It's always Lalongo's fault, it's always the goaltender's fault."
"First of all, I don't think Vancouver's paying the price and I can prove it. When you want to win, you want to pay the price and blocking shots. Everybody else likes to score goals and have fun, even fighting, but blocking shots, you have to pay the price."
I'm not sure what game Don Cherry thinks he comments about, but to win games, you want to do the exact opposite of blocking shots, as in, make the other team block shots.
October 29 2011 06:01PM
While I probably could have titled this article better, I chose the Back to the Future quote because a) I always told myself when I made it big I would find a way to quote Back to the Future as much as possible due to it being the best movie of all time, and b) because this quote speaks volumes about my writing style. (Ignore the fact I haven’t made it big yet. Shush. ) I tend to approach things from a different angle. Please note I rarely do these types of straight up editorials, nor do I expect to do to many of them, so if you hate this article, go look at my funny photos instead!
October 29 2011 02:34PM
Though he's had a borderline disastrous October, tonight Luongo has a chance to redeem himself. I may be in the minority, but I for one believe he will get the job done tonight.
In honour of the Canucks embattled netminder, and his hilarious hair, I figured I'd write a quick song to express my continued confidence in his ability to lead a team to a Stanley Cup victory. I call it: "Redemption Luu."
October 29 2011 10:30AM
In honour of Halloween, here are a few of the scariest players to don the Orca crest over the past 10 seasons. Scary, of course, has a variety of meanings. For the purposes of this column, it could describe a player’s appearance, his lack of quality of play, or the colour of his visor (spoiler alert).
October 29 2011 02:42AM
Hello to everyone reading this article. This is my first entry into the "Replace the KB" contest being held by The Province Sports, so I figured I would start things off with a bang. The next 3-4 weeks will see the internet flooded with articles from the 15 Province contestants, all with varying styles, and all of them very good writers. So how do I stand out you ask? Do I wave a gun and threaten to come to your house if you don't vote for me? Well, that's one idea, but apparently the Province lawyers have asked me not to use this approach. To be honest, most of my ideas used the threat of violence somehow, but I finally realized how I can gain your vote.. And how would that be you ask? Access. Plain and simple.