Russian history is something that I've always thought to be very interesting, Russian hockey history? Even cooler. A movie about both? I was all in.
"We're not an organisation that's afraid to think outside of the box," said Toronto FC chairman Tim Bezbechkeno. "We take risks. Sometimes they work out, sometimes they don't. That's football at the highest level."
Last night, the Anaheim Ducks eliminated the Vancouver Canucks from Stanley Cup contention with a 3-0 win. It's the first time since 2008 that they won't be there.
This season has been truly interesting for the Vancouver Canucks... and not in a good way, which was made even worse after a 7-4 loss to the New York Islanders.
For another year, the NHL transfer window has come and gone. We saw quite a bit of activity even before Wednesday, which was the final day for transfers.
Not having played a home game in close to a month and a slow start in the first "Q" did not prevent the Toronto Rock from finding a way to knock off the Vancouver Stealth.
To some, it may have been Grey Cup Sunday, but to 21,217 others, it was an international friendly between Canada and Mexico that ended in a scoreless draw.
It was cold, and and it was snowing, but it was Edmonton, and it proved to be one of the best matches of the season for the Rabbits. Well done, lads.
This past weeknd, a team stoked in football history made their first trip to the City of Champions in over 31 years as the New York Cosmos took on FC Edmonton.
FC Edmonton were back at Clarke Stadium on Thursday for their battle with the Spring Champions and almost escaped with a big win. The match ended one apiece.
The fall season started off on the right foot for FC Edmonton, with a 1-0 win over San Antonio Scorpions FC on Sunday at Clarke Stadium. Soccer Bowl, here we come.
On Thursday, FC Edmonton's Colin Miller was asked to serve as interim manager of Canada ahead of their friendly with Costa Rica at Commonwealth Stadium.
Christopher Vose came to British Columbia in 1995. Since then he has freelanced extensively as a writer, historian, poet, and photographer. His work has been published on six continents, and he will get Antarctica too if climate change has its way.
Tony Lewis is a photographer who has dabbled in travel, landscape, and animal photography, but it is sports where he has truly found his niche. He currently serves as FC Edmonton's official photographer. His portfolio can be found at TLFoto.ca
Mynor Campos is a member of the British Columbia Soccer Referees Association, has written for Noticias FutbolMLS, Major League Soccer's Spanish-language website, and has been seen his photos printed in a number of latino publications.