NWSB insider Clinton Bell is back with a piece about the 5 greatest players with Washington ties that you’ve never heard of. Sparked by the news of Clint Dempsey signing with the Seattle Sounders, Clinton thought it would be fun to explore some players who had success in their respective sports that aren’t really household names. Anchored by Dempsey, and finishing off with Gaylord Perry, have a read and see who you’ve missed.
NWSB Insider Steve Lee brings us a piece of trivia today via his Northwest Athlete Spotlight. Coming out of Surrey, Brenden Dillon wanted nothing more to be in the NHL. After a stint in the Junior Hockey League and then with the Seattle Thunderbirds, Dillon finally impressed the Dallas Stars enough to bring him in.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Mariners blogger Clinton Bell tells us to him the best “MY oh MY” play of the twenty-sixth week of the year had to be the dance competition with the Northwest mascots. Captained by the Mariners Moose, the teams consisted of mascots from each of the Seattle teams, as well as the Tacoma Rainiers, and the Everett Silvertips. The moves laid down were definitely something to see, these guys (or girls) can really dance!
NWSB insider and Vancouver Canucks hockey blogger Steve Lee gives us his top 10 2012 NHL lockout tips as a to do list for Canucks players and fans of hockey in Vancouver. For starters Read the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy. If you are still clueless as to what got your wife/girlfriend/girl next door etc. all hot and bothered this summer, maybe take a chance and pick up the threesome of books. Hike, the wobbly pops at the top of the Grouse Grind are well worth the wait.
Vancouver Canucks insider C-Mac brings us five reasons why Canucks fans want a NHL Hockey team in Seattle. From cheaper expenses compared to Rogers Arena to not having to travel to Phoenix, these anecdotes will have you begging for an NHL team in Seattle Washington in 2012. Make it happen Christopher Hansen and the Seattle city council.
Western hockey league insider Aidan Chafe weighs in with his next WHL season notebook article. Western hockey league insider Aidan Chafe weighs in with his next WHL season notebook article. Our man on the western hockey league beat tells us that goals are no problem so far and that Kamloops is in a class of their own at the moment.