It seems like a long time ago that the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins played in the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. Today Vancouver BC police Chief Jim Chu announced 163 recommended charges for the first 60 people involved in the violent riot – including aggravated assault, break and enter, arson, and participating in a riot. About time…
Vancouver blogger Carolyn Smith tells us the Vancouver Whitecaps and GM Bob Lenarduzzi fired assistant coaches Colin Miller and Denis Hamlett Wednesday as the club prepares for new head coach Martin Rennie’s arrival.
Our Vancouver blogger Carolyn Smith tells us that a stadium strike has been averted as BC Place. As workers reached a deal on Tuesday. Good news that the Grey Cup is safe from a strike at BC Place Stadium eh? The $563M newly renovated stadium would have endured disrupted operations resulting in a lack of services for guests.
Vancouver blogger Carolyn Smith tells us the Vancouver Whitecaps finished dead last in the MLS in their inaugural season, but hopefully the team can learn from a painful season and step it up next year. Either way, their new stadium and enthusiastic fans will be ready and waiting in Vancouver BC.
Vancouver sports beat blogger Carolyn Smith reports on the B.C. Lottery Corporation news this week that they have partnered with Vancouver Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo to promote their PlayNow.com legal online poker games. Giving anyone with an account on the website a chance to play against the Vancouver goalie.
NWSB insider Carolyn Smith brings us another intriguing article surrounding the Canucks Vancouver community. A Vancouver-area spa is giving out gift certificates to Stanley Cup rioters despite the anger and bad publicity the stunt will bring.
We’ve got a new kind of article today, folks! Carolyn Smith shows us the cause and affect that the Vancouver Canucks Stanley Cup run last season had on the community around Vancouver, Canada. If the Canucks go the distance again this year, will Vancouver’s economy grow even more?
Northwest and Vancouver sports beat blogger Carolyn Smith lets us know about the latest BC Lions developments. Atimi Software, the developers behind the highly-polished app, worked with the BC Lions to craft an interactive mobile application that would connect fans to their favourite CFL team.
WHL Hockey news today from Carolyn Smith. Saskatoon Blades goaltender Adam Morrison was picked up by the Vancouver Giants today for his final season in the WHL…
Vancouver Social media and mobile phone guru Carolyn Smith lets us know the Vancouver Canucks begin the regular season against the Pittsburg Penguins on home ice tomorrow at 7 p.m. Devoted NHL want to keep up with league and athlete stats via NHL mobile apps on their phones.
Vancouver sports insider Carolyn Smith tells us after a 33-24 win against the Eskimos on Friday, BC Lions’ Aaron Hunt is taking aim at Edmonton’s offensive linemen, claiming that the Eskimos intentionally play dirty.
Vancouver Canucks and B.C. sports beat and social media addict Carolyn Smith is back with some juicy gossip today on the breaking story about Ryan Kesler posing naked in ESPN the Magazine. Need some Vancouver Canucks Gossip this morning, I think we’ve hit the nail on the head for you! The third Annual “Body Issue” will feature professional athletes posing nude…