"Over the next two weekends, our sister station, 600 ESPN El Paso, will be bringing you a handful of El Paso Rhinos hockey road games. So to whet your appetite, here's a sampling of some of Paul Zimmerman's Rhinos Hockey video yearbook."
Well, there’s one things Canadians aren’t apologetic over and that’s their intense love of hockey. This passion led to riots on the streets of Vancouver Wednesday night when the beloved Canucks lost the Stanley Cup 4-0 to the Boston Bruins.
After the Vancouver Canucks lost to the Boston Bruins in Game Seven of the Stanley Cup finals, hockey fans took to the streets of British Columbia’s capital city in a massive riot. With so much passion in the air, somebody was bound to get some action: Photographer Rich Lam snapped a couple making out somewhere between the throbbing horde and a line of riot police. See the full image below:
The NHL Western Conference finals are being played by the Vancouver Canucks and the San Jose Sharks. In Game 2 of the series, Ben Eager who plays for San Jose was sent to the penalty box and he got heckled by a female Canucks fan by flashing her funbags at him.
The El Paso Rhinos beat the Boulder Bison in the last game of the regular season Sunday to take the Mid-West Division regular season title and wrap up home ice advantage throughout the Thorne Cup Playoffs. From Sunday, this was one of the goals of the year for El Paso.
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