Josh Hall is back with his top five Vancouver Canucks related Pet Peeves and he’s kinda peeved so to speak at the fanbase that wreaks havoc here in VanCity. It’s brutal to sit at home watching a Canucks game and notice the lack of atmosphere there is at Rogers Arena. You know Roberto Luongo will be involved somewhere but is it because everything’s his fault? Read on to find out.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us slightly troubling news today from the Seattle Seahawks camp. While OTA’s are voluntary for some, many people still make the effort to show up for a free team workout. One big name that has yet to show his face is DE Chris Clemons, who is entering his contract year with the Seahawks. He was supposed to be mentoring young Bruce Irvin.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Supersonics blogger Clinton Bell tells us why the death threats for the Oklahoma City Thunder t-shirts are alright in his book. With the theft of the Sonics by Clay Bennett and company, the fans of Seattle should be outraged at this kind of mockery to their brand. Not only do they steal our team, but then they use our logo to snidely rip us after our former team is on the verge of a possible NBA Championship.
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges weighs in on the David Booth bear killing news this week. He asks one simple question. A little press blurb in a media guide or Canucks.com that describes Booth as an “avid hunter” or whatever is a little different than being confronted by his trophy kill on Twitter but what did people expect the final outcome of Booth’s passion for hunting be?
Josh Hall,Vancouver Canucks blogger cites a radio interview with “Ryan Kesler,” who is actually Kevin Bieksa. Unfortunately for FOX Sports Radio Host Canadian Mike aka Mike Dunsmore, he has no idea.
Resident Vancouver Canucks and hockey insider Josh Hall is back with his third exclusive twitterview for NWSB. This time around, it’s Northwest native Victoria, BC born Sean O’ Connor; Captain for the Augsburger Panther of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga. Sean currently makes his off season home in Arizona but when it’s hockey season, he’s kickin’ ass on German soil.