The Vancouver Canucks did many things right in their past two games, at home against the Calgary Flames, and in their first road test of the season last Friday against the Anaheim Ducks. Winning key faceoffs, better puck support, and most important, clutch goaltending from new #1 Cory Schneider, all combined to make a 0-1-1 [...]
The NHL Lockout is over and the Vancouver Canucks are gearing up for a sprint to the playoffs. Of course, Twitter is a buzz with opinions about the lockout, the Canucks, and what the league can do to make it up to the fans. Here are a few tweets that caught our eye.
As a social media junkie that has been addicted to twitter since 2008, I have been trying to figure out a way to implement twitter into some blog writing over the last little while. Marry the two loves of my social media life: Explaining thoughts in 140 characters or less and writing opinions on stupid [...]
As I read and keep up on the “progress” of the NHL and NHLPA collective bargaining agreement talks, I can’t help but become upset, and at times, angry. Why? It’s because we have two sides that are “duking out” some sort of agreement that involves millions and millions of dollars. Figures many of the [...]
I think I am not going to write about the 0-3 series lead the Los Angeles Kings have over the Vancouver Canucks so far in the first round of the NHL playoffs. In fact, I’m sure there are 500 other blogs about it from all over the blog-es-sphere. So I won’t rehash it. I do [...]