The Vancouver Canucks’ Goalie Carousel

Written for and published at How did that happen? That’s the question many Vancouver Canucks fans were asking themselves when 19-year-old junior netminder Michael DiPietro found himself in between the pipes for in their recent 7-2 loss to the San Jose Sharks. While the Vancouver Canucks organization has long been regarded as a goalie graveyard, the … Continue reading The Vancouver Canucks’ Goalie Carousel

The Nat, Vancouver’s Treasure

Charming, retro and nostalgic. Three words which perfectly describe Vancouver’s lone baseball stadium. The Nat Bailey Stadium, built in 1951 and originally called “Capilano Stadium,” has been home to many baseball clubs through its tenure, and is currently the home of the Toronto Blue Jays single-A affiliate the Vancouver Canadians. The stadium has undergone many … Continue reading The Nat, Vancouver’s Treasure