One week ago he was touted as a big part of the future of the Vancouver Canucks, but it seems Nikita Tryamkin had other ideas.
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The top story on the Irish Times website is about the Vancouver Canucks and it has nothing to do with their on-ice performance.
Coach Desjardins confirmed Sunday that forward Anton Rodin and defenceman Ben Hutton are the latest players to be affected by the disease that has dismantled the Canucks' lineup.
Five players with the Vancouver Canucks are sitting out Saturday's game because they have or are suspected to have the mumps, the team said Friday.
A gambling researcher is calling on Canada’s provincial lottery corporations to enter the controversial business of daily fantasy sports, citing their ability to best regulate the activity that has been characterized as illegal gambling by some U.S. states.
Surrey's Jujhar Khaira is being celebrated after scoring his debut NHL goal Monday night. Khaira is just the third Indo-Canadian in the league and his success is viewed by some as a step forward for diversity in hockey.
Steve Nash is suing his former business partners to have his name and image removed from 21 Steve Nash Fitness World locations in British Columbia.
The Vancouver Canucks have recruited sociology major Matt Hewitt from UBC to dress as an emergency backup goalie tonight against St. Louis.
“We’ve kinda thought of ourselves and in NBA circles have been written about as Canada’s team. We take a lot of pride in that,” GM Jeff Weltman says.
It took 100-year-old Indian runner Man Kaur almost a minute and a half to complete the 100-metre race, but she never broke her stride.