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Should the Sharks market their opener as 'Guaranteed Win Night'?

Did I want to leave? No. I was told to leave and I left. It’s part of the game. I’m knee-deep in it here.
John Tortorella talks (amiably) with members of the New York media after this morning’s skate.
Come’on.
Sorry, Canucks fans, but it looks like the Blues are taking their first ever Cup home this year.
The EA Sports NHL 14 simulation has them winning against the Penguins and the Canucks out in the first round.

Come’on.


Sorry, Canucks fans, but it looks like the Blues are taking their first ever Cup home this year.

The EA Sports NHL 14 simulation has them winning against the Penguins and the Canucks out in the first round.

How racist are we? The Province and our readers answer the question beginning Oct. 6. #racisminbc

The sun tries to break through the grey skies in #Vancouver. (Ward Perrin/PNG) #clouds

The sun tries to break through the grey skies in #Vancouver. (Ward Perrin/PNG) #clouds

Gary Humchitt hides from the rain before the start of the @Rec_Can walk in #Vancouver. (Ward Perrin/PNG)

Gary Humchitt hides from the rain before the start of the @Rec_Can walk in #Vancouver. (Ward Perrin/PNG)

Looking dapper at the Tweed Ride in #Vancouver. +5 points for the man with a dog in his bicycle’s basket. (Wayne Leidenfrost/PNG)

Looking dapper at the Tweed Ride in #Vancouver. +5 points for the man with a dog in his bicycle’s basket. (Wayne Leidenfrost/PNG)

Classic Torts."There’d better be no information come out of the locker room with that damn Twitter!"  Torts wants the Canucks to stay off social media during the season, but will settle for them not tweeting anything from the locker room. 

Classic Torts.

"There’d better be no information come out of the locker room with that damn Twitter!"

Torts wants the Canucks to stay off social media during the season, but will settle for them not tweeting anything from the locker room

What did you do at work today? Reporter Dan Fumano rappelled from a 20-storey tower. (Wayne Leidenfrost/PNG)

What did you do at work today? Reporter Dan Fumano rappelled from a 20-storey tower. (Wayne Leidenfrost/PNG)

The sky turns red as the sun sets after yesterday’s stormy weather. (Gerry Kahrmann/PNG)

The sky turns red as the sun sets after yesterday’s stormy weather. (Gerry Kahrmann/PNG)

#Latergram: A couple watches the gorgeous #sunset in #Vancouver. (Ric Ernst/PNG) #nofilter  (at Vanier Park)

#Latergram: A couple watches the gorgeous #sunset in #Vancouver. (Ric Ernst/PNG) #nofilter (at Vanier Park)

Sunlight filters through the clouds. (Ric Ernst/PNG) #nofilter

Sunlight filters through the clouds. (Ric Ernst/PNG) #nofilter

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