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David Booth’s epic wedding photo

Source: Hoops Manifesto

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David Booth may have one of the most epic wedding photos of all time. We’re not sure which we like better, his wedding photo or his hilarious slack lining fail. Here's to no more groin injuries. Best photographer ever @devmanphoto best suit ever @ephapparel pic.twitter.com/iabIiAfGhL — David Booth (@D ...
Full article at: Hoops Manifesto Jul 12 2014, 11:02am CDT
 


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Motorcycle Review: 2014 Triumph Explorer and Trophy

Source: Driving Canada

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At first glance, these would appear to be two massively disparate machines to be comparing, one the very essence of sophistication in its elegant sport touring cloth and the other the equivalent of a rough and tumble lumberjack looking for trees to fell and dirt to pummel. On-road/off-road, tall/relatively close to the ground, aerodynamic luggage/square boxes, Triumph’s Explorer and Trophy would seem as different as, well, a street bike and an off-road motorcycle. And yet they function almost i ...
Full article at: Driving Canada Jul 11 2014, 11:39am CDT
 

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NHL Free Agents 2014: Rankings and Predictions for Top Unsigned Stars

Source: Bleacher Report

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The 2014 NHL offseason has started to shape up as one of the most intriguing in years, but there are still several big-name free agents on the open market who could shift the balance of power in both the Eastern and Western Conferences. While many of the top stars have already signed with their new teams, players like former Vancouver Canucks left wing David Booth are still waiting for a team to take an educated risk on them. Here are the top remaining free agents, the ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jul 9 2014, 6:00am CDT
 

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Benning ready for more Canuck repairs

Source: Sportsnet.ca

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Jim Benning reminds me of that father of a friend who was a mechanic by trade. My Dad was an optometrist. He taught me everything he knew about engines — which was exactly nothing. So I’d pull up my poorly maintained 1975 Honda Civic into the driveway of my friend Pat Kimmitt. His father knew engines like B.B. King knows the blues. He could tune your car with a scowl. Mr. Kimmitt would open the hood, don a look ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 3 2014, 1:35pm CDT
 

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Benning ready for more Canuck repairs

Source: Sportsnet.ca

2014 NHL Draft - Round 1
Jim Benning reminds me of that father of a friend who was a mechanic by trade. My Dad was an optometrist. He taught me everything he knew about engines — which was exactly nothing. So I’d pull up my poorly maintained 1975 Honda Civic into the driveway of my friend Pat Kimmitt. His father knew engines like B.B. King knows the blues. He could tune your car with a scowl. Mr. Kimmitt would open the hood, don a look of disdai ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 3 2014, 1:35pm CDT
 

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Spector: How the West was sold July 1

Source: Sportsnet.ca

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All the elements that have transformed July 1 into the most compelling day on the hockey transaction calendar were present in Western Canada Tuesday, as four Canadian clubs covered all the bases in hopes of fielding a playoff entry between them one of these days. Edmonton spent $4 million per year on third-line winger Benoit Pouliot, which seemed insane. Then Calgary dropped $2.9 annually on Deryk Engelland, who averaged the least minutes per game (13:02) of the 11 defencemen used by Pittsbu ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 1 2014, 5:38pm CDT
 

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Spector: How the West was sold July 1

Source: Sportsnet.ca

2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Practice
All the elements that have transformed July 1 into the most compelling day on the hockey transaction calendar were present in Western Canada Tuesday, as four Canadian clubs covered all the bases in hopes of fielding a playoff entry between them one of these days. Edmonton spent $4 million per year on third-line winger Benoit Pouliot, which seemed insane. Then Calgary dropped $2.9 annually on Deryk Engelland, who averaged the least minutes per game (13:02) of the 11 defencemen used by Pi ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 1 2014, 5:38pm CDT
 

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Spector: How the West was sold July 1

Source: Sportsnet.ca

2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Practice
All the elements that have transformed July 1 into the most compelling day on the hockey transaction calendar were present in Western Canada Tuesday, as four Canadian clubs covered all the bases in hopes of fielding a playoff entry between them one of these days. Edmonton spent $4 million per year on third-line winger Benoit Pouliot, which seemed insane. Then Calgary dropped $2.9 annually on Deryk Engelland, who averaged the least minutes per g ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 1 2014, 5:38pm CDT
 

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Spector: How the West was sold July 1

Source: Sportsnet.ca

2014 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Practice
All the elements that have transformed July 1 into the most compelling day on the hockey transaction calendar were present in Western Canada Tuesday, as four Canadian clubs covered all the bases in hopes of fielding a playoff entry between them one of these days. Edmonton spent $4 million per year on third-line winger Benoit Pouliot, which seemed insane. Then Calgary dropped $2.9 annually on Deryk Engelland, who averaged ...
Full article at: Sportsnet.ca Jul 1 2014, 5:38pm CDT
 



 

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