Ryan Miller made 22 saves in his first game against his former team Friday as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Buffalo Sabres 5-2.
Powless powers Stealth past Mammoth
Johnny Powless scored four times as the Vancouver Stealth got past the Colorado Mammoth 16-13 on Saturday night in National Lacrosse League action. Joel McCready had a hat trick for Vancouver (2-3) with Rhys Duch, Justin Salt and Corey Small adding two goals each. Tyler Digby, Tyler Hass and Brandon Clelland rounded out the attack. The Stealth outscored Colorado 11-4 in the second and third quarters.
Bettman: live at TSN1040 in Vancouver
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman joined BMac & Taylor live in studio on Friday for a half hour segment that covered a wide range of topics. Discussion points included possible expansion to Seattle or Quebec City, how the weak Canadian dollar will affect the salary cap going forward and how the commissioner handles the boo birds.
Canucks Breakfast: Clendening trade made out of necessity
Jake and Dave talk about the Canucks trading prospect Gustav Forsling to Chicago for Adam Clendening, and how the impetus of the deal was to address Vancouver's issues on the back-end.
Kenins hoping to fit in with Canucks
Recently called up forward Ronalds Kenins talks about his opportunity with the Canucks and head coach Willie Desjardins says he's been keeping en eye on him since training camp.
Patriots look to end controversy, stop Seahawks from repeating in Super Bowl XLIX
After two weeks of unprecedented controversy, heavily anticipated news conferences, and predictions on a game where there is no clear favourite, it's finally time to play some football and wrap up the National Football League season. The defending champion Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots meet tonight in Super Bowl XLIX from the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Comprehensive coverage of the championship game begins on CTV at Noon et/9am pt, with kickoff scheduled for 6:30pm et/3:30pm pt. You can also watch the game on CTV GO, and listen across the TSN Radio Network.
The CFL's 'new' Canadians
Part of receiver Austin Collie’s value to the B.C. Lions is that he’s Canadian. The irony is that, last year at this time, he wasn’t Canadian...at least not in the eyes of the CFL. His citizenship hasn’t changed. In fact, the five-year NFL veteran has been a Canadian citizen since November 11, 1985 – the day he was born in Hamilton, but until the ratification of a new collective bargaining agreement last June, getting the approval of the CFLPA had always represented the biggest obstacle preventing the CFL from making the terms “Canadian” and “Non-import” synonymous.
Benning: Canucks willing to deal, but will hold on to top prospects
Canucks GM Jim Benning joins BMac and Taylor and says he's willing to make moves at the upcoming trade deadline, but isn't willing to move any of his top prospects. Benning also discussed in detail what Zack Kassian needs to do to get a regular role in the lineup, and touched on Jacob Markstrom and Ronalds Kenins
Hamhuis: Canucks in search of mid-season stride
Canucks defenseman Dan Hamhuis tells Sekeres and Price that the Canucks are searching for consistency midway through the season, but he disputed that a team meeting yesterday was a sign that the team is panicking over their recent struggles.
Lack: Canucks still confident despite struggles
Canucks goalie Eddie Lack joins BMac and Taylor to chat about how confidence is high in the Canucks room, despite the team's mid-season slump.
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