The Canucks could have gone quietly into the night, but rallied from 5-2 deficit in the final period before giving up late goal
And just like that, she was gone. Christine Sinclair vanished into a cloud of pyrotechnics, tears and the sound of 48,112 cheering voices.
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is looking for someone to take the stick, after most people who responded to a survey said they weren’t interested in paying to fix it.
'It means a lot. I can give back and it’s heartfelt with my grandfather being a firefighter. I was all on board.' — Quinn Hughes on Team 43 ticket-donation program for first responders
They dreamed about it as kids. The reality arrives Tuesday. Quinn Hughes faces siblings Jack and Luke as the Canucks clash with the Devils.
Christine Sinclair's career as one of Canada's greatest athletes comes to a close Tuesday. Here is a collection of stories written about her
'We’re on the wrong side of a goal or don’t protect the back side. And our clears, we’re one of the worst teams.' — Canucks coach Rick Tocchet on the penalty kill
Determine why exactly they need a phone. Involve them in the discussion so they begin to learn how to make practical choices
It's been all fun and games, literally for Christine Sinclair on her final call-up to the women's national team. But the end is nigh, on Tuesday, and it's begun to hit home.
Hunter Brzustewicz is having a season for the ages, but still might not make the Stars and Stripes' world junior roster. Plus, Jonathan Lekkerimaki grabs another goal and Tom Willander aces his latest assignment