NWSB Insider and northwest sports blogger Alistair Corp tells us today that Don Levin has publicly emerged to try to bring an NHL team to the Seattle area, and he’s prepared to spend $100 million. The development popped up three days before King County discusses and votes on investor Chris Hansen’s proposal to build a $490 million NBA and NHL arena. Wayne Gretzky was in town too. Coincidence?
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger Steve Lee has a great article today on the hits and misses for the Vancouver draft picks in another Moments in time article. Each year the Canucks walk into the draft with lofty expectations. From Markus Nasland and Alex Stojanov to Pavel Bure, Henrik Sedin, Daniel Sedin, Jere Gillis and Jason Herter the Canucks have had some highs and lows on draft day.
Richard must be eating some wacky froot loops this week because this one is way off the charts and yet the way he brings the hockey related scandals full circle is nothing short of genius. From the Vancouver Canucks wives being swapped…apparently…allegedly…to Paulina G. strutting around Las Vegas or Los Angeles…somewhere that starts with LOS/LAS, this one’s a doozy.
NWSB Insider and northwest college basketball blogger Steve Lee tells us today that all signs are pointing to Jay Triano becoming the next head coach of Canada’s national basketball team. Jay Triano and Steve Nash could very well be returning to head up the next edition of the Canadian Men’s Basketball Team. With hopes of returning Team Canada to the Olympics in 2016.
Josh Hall recently had a NWSB exclusive twitterview with former Vancouver Canucks player and current right winger for the Thomas Sabo Ice Tigers of the Deutsche Eishockey Liga, Brad Leeb. Leeb spends parts of his off-season in British Columbia and also played in the NHL for the Toronto Maple Leafs. What else did Josh ask Brad? Read on to find out!
NWSB Insider and Vancouver Canucks blogger C-Mac points out with a win over Detroit last night in the battle for NHL Western Conference supremecy most importantly and certainly most impressively, the Canucks broke the back of the Wings’ 23 game home winning streak, coming out victorious in a thriller comprising a lofty total of 79 shots between the two teams. David Booth playing at home an Alex Burrows had great games.
News out of Vancouver Canucks land this week from blogger Richard Hodges covering the Nucks. Mark Messier hasn’t played for the Vancouver Canucks for 10+ years. But according to the former captain, the Canucks still may owe him some money for his services. According to the Vancouver Province newspaper the Nucks have arranged for an arbitrator to hear the case.