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Canucks' top prospect Vasily Podkolzin scored a gorgeous shootout goal at the Karjala Cup

Canucks' top prospect Vasily Podkolzin scored a gorgeous shootout goal at the Karjala Cup

The Russian captain came through in the clutch against Sweden.
What happened to Brock Boeser’s goal-scoring and can it make a comeback in 2021?

What happened to Brock Boeser’s goal-scoring and can it make a comeback in 2021?

"Personally, I don’t think I’ve been shooting the puck as much and getting the looks that I got maybe earlier in my career."
Sports sidelined following new provincial COVID-19 health orders

Sports sidelined following new provincial COVID-19 health orders

Indoor sports and activities have been sidelined for the next two weeks in order to help curb the spread of COVID-19 throughout the province, Dr. Bonnie Henry has announced.
High school sports advocates pushing for a return to game action

High school sports advocates pushing for a return to game action

West Van superintendent leading call to give student athletes a chance to compete
North Vancouver boxing club hosts its first fight card of the COVID-19 era

North Vancouver boxing club hosts its first fight card of the COVID-19 era

Griffins Boxing follows strict protocols to get elite B.C. fighters back in the ring
97-year-old lawn bowling club says goodbye to longtime home

97-year-old lawn bowling club says goodbye to longtime home

North Vancouver Lawn Bowling Club hoping new artificial turf greens will be ready for play next spring
North Van Wolf Pack start over after dream season cut short by COVID-19

North Van Wolf Pack start over after dream season cut short by COVID-19

Junior B team reloads after setting PJHL record for wins last year
Nate Schmidt was goofy, charming, and loveable in his first media availability as a Canuck

Nate Schmidt was goofy, charming, and loveable in his first media availability as a Canuck

How can you not love a guy who’s excited to come to Vancouver because of the Christmas Market?
Four-time Olympian Manny Osborne-Paradis announces retirement

Four-time Olympian Manny Osborne-Paradis announces retirement

After a devastating crash during training in 2018, Manny Osborne-Paradis was determined to race on the FIS World Cup circuit again, even after having 13 screws placed in his rebuilt left leg.
North Vancouver native climbs the entire Grouse Grind on his hands

North Vancouver native climbs the entire Grouse Grind on his hands

Leo Sammarelli spends six gruelling hours climbing to raise funds for wheelchair boxing program