October 18 2011 11:38AM
Though his death was nearly two months ago, and his body has long since been laid to rest - for those of us who rooted for him, admired him and, yes, in the indirect way that sports fans embrace their heroes, came to love him - tonight Rick Rypien comes home.
October 18 2011 10:48AM
I'll fight for you!
(Photo by this crazy japanese luchador lawyer)
CanucksArmy readers - listen up!
Do you feel like you need a voice? Do you need a watchdog on your side?
Do you need an outlet to express your concerns?
Is our site terrible?
Are our writers so woefully misinformed that you don't understand why you continue to return?
Well now, you can have your say! Write a letter TO THE OMBUDSMAN (That's me!) and I'll fight for you!
October 18 2011 09:44AM
AHL veteran Darren Haydar scored his first goal of the 2011-12 campaign on Friday
(Photo Jeff Hanisch/Milwaukee Admirals)
So we've been satiating your appet....wait...you've been licking your li...still too animal-like hm...How about: we've been making noises....oh for goodness' sake!
Here it is, the first edition of Wolf Prowl, the Army's weekly rundown of the Chicago Wolves. Yesterday we brought you an interview with Ted Gruber, noted (by some, well me and Drance anyway) as guru of the Wolves blogging scene. During pre-season we talked to Jason Shaver, play-by-play man of the Wolves, but today is a different, well, beast. (The animal analogies seem unavoidable, don't they). Today is the first entry in what will be a weekly update about the Canucks AHL affiliate: the Chicago Wolves.
October 17 2011 03:19PM
She's angry and so am I.
Today I continue my weekly feature of me venting and raging on stupid crap happening with the Canucks, their fans and around the NHL. Two things about feature... 1) It will appear (hopefully) every Monday, and 2) It is blatantly ripped off from a stand-up bit from comedian Craig Anton. On either point, I make no apologies. Enjoy. Or don't.
In this week's debut, I spew venom on Mark Lee, Philadelphia Flyers fans and ignoring obvious evidence.
October 17 2011 02:32PM
Chris Higgins' secret talent? He can fly.
Photo credit: The Canadian Press/John Ulan
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