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After a couple weeks off, Stick Taps is back to give a nod to those around the hockey world.
Ben Kuzma spoke to newly-acquired forward Reid Boucher about being the property of three different NHL teams in the span of one week, as well as his goal-scoring pedigree and playing style. (The Province)
On Wednesday night, a young kid with a sign was spotted in the crowd, claiming that if Bo Horvat scored he would get a Wiener Dog. All the fans hearts were warmed when Horvat notched one in the 3rd. The story took the hockey world by storm and the Canucks even turned it into a fun promotion, benefiting the Vancouver SPCA. Rob Williams explains it all. (Daily Hive)
John Garrett had no idea there was a promotion night, he was just crushing dawgs as per his usual intermission tradition pic.twitter.com/sE06EWJ4u3
— Wyatt Arndt (@TheStanchion) January 7, 2017
I’ll just leave this right here pic.twitter.com/rM5omvr3ky
— Vanessa Jang (@vanessajang) January 1, 2017
— Matthew Henderson (@mhenderson95) January 7, 2017
More Good Content
The World Juniors have come and gone, Sports Illustrated put together their all-World Juniors team. (SI)
The NHL Centennial Tour made its first stop in Arizona. (NHL)