Canucks second last chance to impress Team Linden
Since former Vancouver Captain Trevor Linden took over as the final decider of all things puck on the BC Coast, the Canucks have played one game – a tough 4-2 loss to Colorado. Those that like the fun and rain of Vancouver have two more chance to impress the new Brass – tonight in Edmonton and back home tomorrow night against Calgary. We’re thinking they may save some juice to close out with the season with a win.
Is that David Bowie we hear playing in Oil Country Edmonton?
Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes Turn and face the stranger – sweet old classic that one is eh? Edmonton management, coaches, players, fans, psychiatrists and media may all be strangers meeting for the first time once the final puck drop and festivities end in the Alberta Capital tonight. The Oilers close out their eighth straight season without an invitation the the NHL Playoff party. With a 28-44-9 record, it’s been a rough season for the Oilers.
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The Calgary Stampeders compete in their third consecutive Grey Cup final against the Ottawa Redblacks on Sunday, November 25th, with a kick-off of 6:00 PM EST in Commonwealth Stadium. Calgary's a strong favorite to win the 2018 Grey Cup after consecutive disappointments, which includes an exciting overtime loss to Ottawa during the finals two years ago.
Deontay Wilder will defend his heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, stepping into the ring with the former champ. Tyson Fury hasn't faced serious competition since his victory over Klitschko, stepping away from boxing to focus on his health. After a couple of tune-up matches, Fury will face perhaps his most dangerous opponent. Neither boxer has lost a bout during their outstanding careers, but Deontay will be favored to stop Tyson on December 1st, 2018.
Tiger's sudden rise back to prominence in 2018 surprised the PGA Tour. Without his remarkable comeback, this $9,000,000 high-stakes head-to-head match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson wouldn't have been possible. Phil started 2018 well but disappointed in the second half of the season, while Tiger capped off his season with a win at the TOUR Championship in Atlanta. As such, sports betting sites like Bodog list Woods as the favorite to earn a big paycheck on November 23rd, 2018.
The Calgary Stampeders confirmed their spot at the top of the CFL standings with an easy win over the B.C. Lions in the final week, finalizing the schedule for the 2018 CFL Grey Cup playoffs. Heavily favored for the third season in a row, the Stampeders want to avoid losing their third consecutive finals. Strong underdogs like the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Saskatchewan Roughriders surged to finish the season, which should cause concern for division-leaders Calgary and Ottawa.