BC Lions TV Blackout Expected for Homecoming at BC Place

Would a CFL blackout mean we don't have to watch TSN either?

Vancouver sports insider Carolyn Smith tells us that two B.C. Lions CFL football club sources on the weekend indicated that a return to its previous policy of imposing a blackout in the Lower Mainland for the rest of the season, starting with Friday’s homecoming at B.C. Place Stadium could well happen.

UBC Thunderbirds Host the Maintoba Bisons in today’s Homecoming game

Homecoming football For UBC

Yes it’s that time of year again – Homecoming is upon is. They’ll be music, face painting, hot dogs and beer, along with the UBC Thunderbirds looking for revenge against the Manitoba Bisons

Social Media Report: Vancouver Sports Edition

Social Media Report: Mariners

In our first Vancouver sports social media report Carolyn Smith tells us Twitter is becoming the easiest way to get the latest headlines as they happen, and lets us know which Vancouver BC athletes are worth watching for on “the Twitter”…

Headshots: The Never Ending Hockey Debate

Moore was knocked unconscious by this guy...Remember him?

Our gal on the Vancouver sports scene Carolyn Smith weighs in on the NHL’s headshot debate. The issue of hits to the head deserves all the news coverage it gets, and should continue to be discussed in the NHL – brain damage is a serious thing…

Northwest Sports Beat Launches (NWSportsBeat.com)

nwsportstwitter

Saturday September 17th the day NWSportsBeat.com hit the WWW. Press Release for NWSportsbeat.com Launching their In-Depth Online Sports Source for West Coast Teams News & Commentary…

Re-Vamped stadium to open for Whitecaps & BC Lions

BC Place

Vancouver beat blogger Carolyn Smith tells us the BC Lions and Vancouver Whitecaps will finally be moving into their re-vamped home, BC Place at the end of September. FINALLY!

Lokomotiv Yaroslavl Plane Crash – RIP Pavol Demitra

RIP Pavol Demitra - You Will Be Missed

Sad news to report today from Carolyn Smith on the Vancouver sports scene. A plane carrying a hockey team from Russia’s Kontinental Hockey League crashed today and former Canuck Pavol Demitra has been confirmed among the 43 dead.

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