2013 Year in Review (This Year’s Top Canadian Stories)

Canadian sports have been nailed down to one season and one sport and has been this way for years. The Canadians have never been considered a summer sport nation and have seen hockey as the true Canadian sport. This has been the case for decades with Canadians taking ownership of hockey and winter sports as their own and using it as a sense of pride.

2013-14 NHL Preview: Pacific Division (Part 1)

The NHL continues to grow and despite many teams in the south struggling to get by there is one area that is not following suit with other non-traditional markets. The west coast of the USA, or more accurately California, was never a hockey market when the Los Angeles Kings entered the NHL in 1967. It was one of the first major expansions in the NHL and they would look to the West Coast to add two teams.

Tuesday Morning QB (CFL Week 1)

When disaster strikes people look to something to help them find a sense of normalcy that has been taken away. This is what happened in Calgary in the past two weeks as the city and surrounding areas would find themselves under water. Heavy rainfall would bring river levels to dangerous heights leaving many of the surrounding areas needing to be evacuated.

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