Back To The Grind

Stephen Webb
March 02 2010 02:07PM

Columbus Blue Jackets v Vancouver Canucks

It's time to deal with the fact that red has turned back to blue for all Canuck fans. The symbolism of this, so obvious Rick Reilly probably wouldn't even use it,  gives us a nice look into the feelings fans face as the NHL season resumes.  As we literally exchange all our Team Canada hoodies and toques for a return to our Canuck jerseys and ball caps, I have to say, it just feels strange. Maybe even a little depressing.

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Do trades at the deadline actually help?

Jason Gregor
March 02 2010 01:30PM

How many of the trades leading up to the deadline actually help a team? Here’s a recap of what happened last year leading up to the trade deadline.

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Team Canada and Luck

Kristian Urstad
March 02 2010 12:04PM

Olympics Day 9 - Table Tennis

In Woody Allen’s opening shot of Matchpoint, we see a tennis ball suspended directly above the net, having yet to give us any indication of which side of the court it is going to fall down on. During this static shot, the protagonist, off camera, yields the following monologue

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OCC 16: Road Report

February 28 2010 11:10PM

We were sent an amazing set of pics and tales from loyal Citizen of the Nations KS, who has taken the road trip of a lifetime with two buddies and attended 7 - count em 7 - separate Men's hockey games at the Olympics.

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The Great American Victory Report Pt. 4: Still the one

Ryan Lambert
February 28 2010 09:08PM

Howdy folks.

The Olympics are, of course, all about athletic competition, pushing to be the best, and coming together as a global community to celebrate peace and goodwill. But let's be honest here, it's also about winners and losers. Canada may have won the most gold ever but I think it's time we took a look at the real winner: America.

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