Archive of posts tagged "nhl"

From the Miss604 Flickr Pool

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I was trying to figure out a theme for this week’s photo collection but after last night’s glorious Canucks win my task became much more simple. Photo credit: eych-you-bee-ee-ahr-tee on Flickr Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Photo credit: Susan Gittins on Flickr Photo credit: Kardboard604 on Flickr Photo credit: kennymatic on Flickr Photo credit: […]

Vancouver Canucks, Western Conference Champions, Advance to Stanley Cup Finals

Comments 10 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Tonight, for only the third time in team history, the Vancouver Canucks became Western Conference Champions and are heading to the Stanley Cup finals. Sounds outside our door in Vancouver’s West End after Canucks game 5 win by John Bollwitt We reached the final round in 1982 against the New York Islanders, and faced the […]

Phoenix Coyotes Potential Move to Ontario

Comments 12 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Phoenix Coyotes have filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and Canadian billionaire Jim Balsillie has put in a $212.5 million offer for the team, which is contingent on the team being moved to Southern Ontario. You can see the dream. Bringing more of Canada’s sport back home. Shane Doan a captain in Canada. Wayne […]

Brian Burke Leaving Anaheim Ducks

Comments 4 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Photo Source: The Hockey News Thanks to my all-knowing husband and his Twitter stream, I discovered a short while ago that Vancouver crowd-favourite ex-Canucks GM, Brian Burke will be leaving the Anaheim Ducks. There is a press conference today at 12:00/12:30pm Pacific where the Ducks will make the announcement regarding Executive Vice President and General […]

Hottest Ice Girls in the NHL

Comments 11 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Almost two years ago I wrote a silly post on Metroblogging about becoming a Canucks Ice Girl. This afternoon John sent me a link to a website, courtesy of his co-worker Cody, that lists off the “hottest” ice girls in the NHL. I kind of like the fact that Vancouver’s ice team is more utilitarian […]