Does savvy and a home state reunion spell success for the Mariners Jason Bay?

Jason Bay

NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Jeff Budke brings us the positive and negatives to Jason Bay being on the Seattle Mariners spring training 2013 roster. Bay’s power is what the Mariners would love to capitalize on, but his ability to get on base consistently will make it difficult to play a slumping Bay during the season. Jeff asks what should we love and hate about this New York castoff? Let’s dive in. Eric Wedge are you happy?

What the Canucks mean to British Columbians province-wide

Chris Higgins

NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Bryan McFarlane tells us today that the Canucks are NOT just Vancouver’s team. The entire province of BC holds their collective breath when Van City takes the ice. The Canucks are our cultural glue. We all might disagree on political issues or world issues or the state of the economy, but we can all say in unity that we love our hockey. That Roberto Luongo should be traded or not…etc

“Punting Canadian” – Seattle Seahawks punter Jon Ryan in the spotlight

Jon Ryan

NWSB Insider and Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens brings us a good piece on the Seattle Seahawks today. Punter Jon Ryan is under the spotlight. Ryan has been one of the top ten most consistent punters in the NFL since joining the Seahawks. After college, Ryan was drafted by the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers, as both a receiver and punter. After two season in the CFL he had gained the attention of NFL scouts.

A Canucks Thanksgiving: Five things I’m thankful for…

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NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger the Flying V Kevin Vanstone tells us today from a hockey fan’s point of view, this fall has been especially difficult. NHL hockey hasn’t started on schedule, and no holiday will replace the joy a game can bring to so many fans. So what exactly do Canucks fans have to be thankful for while we all suffer through the lockout blues? Its Thanksgiving Day in Canada, here’s the list.

Top B.C. sports icons, past, present and future Ver 3.0

Cory Schneider (Ginger Jesus)

NWSB Insider and northwest sports fan Steve Lee tells us today about icons in the great northwest. Sports icons to be exact. IN version 3 today he talks about the British Columbia sports icons. Icon – a person or thing regarded as a symbol of a belief, nation, community, or cultural movement. Robert Sacre, Brett Lawrie, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Cory Schneider, and Travis Lulay make Steve’s list.

Top B.C. sports icons, past, present and future Ver 2.0

Shaquille O'Neal & Steve Nash

NWSB Insider and northwest sports fan Steve Lee tells us today about icons in the great northwest. Sports icons to be exact. IN version 2 today he talks about the British Columbia sports icons. Icon – a person or thing regarded as a symbol of a belief, nation, community, or cultural movement. Steve Nash, Daniel Sedin & Henrik Sedin, Christine Sinclair, Justin Morneau, and Geroy Simon make Steve’s list. Plus Shea Weber is an HM.

Top B.C. sports icons, past, present and future Ver 1.0

Trevor Linden

NWSB Insider and northwest sports fan Steve Lee tells us today about icons in the great northwest. Sports icons to be exact. IN version 1 today he talks about the British Columbia sports icons. Icon – a person or thing regarded as a symbol of a belief, nation, community, or cultural movement. Terry Fox, Trevor Linden, Rick Hansen, Larry Walker, Lui Passaglia, and Dominic Mobilio make Steve’s list. Plus Joe Sakic is an HM.

Victoria BC’s Steve Nash goes Hollywood-signs with Lakers

Kobe Bryant & Steve Nash

NWSB Insider and Northwest basketball blogger Steve Lee brings us his thoughts on his beloved LA Lakers getting his favorite NBA player Steve Nash, also a BC – Canada boy. One season removed from being outted early in their playoff run, the Lakers in one swift move have put themselves back in the thick of the championship hunt. Steve says the Lakers and Steve Nash and Kobe Bryant is the greatest combination since peanut butter and jelly.

Seahawks Player Profiles: Jon Ryan

Have boot will travel. Canadian born punter Jon Ryan has made a name for himself in Seattle (photo seahawks.com)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church brings us a Northwest Player Profile of Seahawks punter Jon Ryan. Ryan was born in Regina Saskatchewan, played at the University of Regina, and got his professional start with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. With the noteriety he gained in the CFL, it didn’t take long for the NFL to come calling. Ryan made his debut with the Grenn Bay Packers before finally landing in Seattle with the Seahawks.

Northwest Athlete Profile: Eli Pasquale

Eli Pasquale

NWSB Insider Dave B brings us another Northwest Athlete Profile of a hometown hero in Victoria. Eli Pasquale was a leader and a champion for Canada and the Univerisity of Victoria Vikings. At the height of just 6’1” tall, Eli Pasquale is the University of Victoria’s All-Time leading scorer; he was inducted to the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame in 2003 and to the BC Sports Hall of Fame in 2004.

College Hoops: Predicting the Zags starting five in 2012-13

elias harris gonzaga

Bulldogs bloggers Blair Thomas takes a deep look at who may be in the starting lineup for the Gonzaga Bulldogs in the 2012-13 season. The Zags will be looking to return to greatness in next year’s March Madness but who will be the key contributors? Mark Few says Kevin Pangos and Elias Harris will undoubtedly be the two focal points on offense.

Five Reasons to love BC Lions draft pick Jabar Westerman

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The Bartender serves up his 5 reasons to love the BC Lions new draft pick Jabar Westerman. Thankfully, this young man’s career is not on the rocks but ready for a smooth transition into the world of professional football.

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