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Breaking In

With Seattle slated to welcome NHL hockey back to Puget Sound in 2021, the Kraken have already begun making its mark with strong branding and a uniquely west coast identity.

Ordinary Things

Despite its banal premise, The Office provided an escapist allure through a well-balanced dichotomy of hopefulness and helplessness. And even years after the series ended, fans continue to follow the tumultuous lives of the employees at Dunder Mifflin.

COVID Effect

While some businesses battling the pandemic uncertain if their doors will ever open again, others are finding ways to deliver unique value in these unprecedented times.

Loose Ends

Almost a decade after the brutal loss that abruptly ended the Vancouver Canucks' Stanley Cup run, the Sedins' jersey retirement was an opportunity for the city to finally close an unfinished chapter.

Hockey’s Back

After a long summer, the NHL’s best are hitting the ice once again for the 2019-2020 season. And though us fans are limited to the sidelines of the sport, there are a multitude of ways to become more involved in the goings-on around the league.

Reality?

While ambitious, Ivan Sutherland's vision of the Ultimate Display has become a guide for the Virtual Reality development as the technology continues to shape and change the way we view the world. And although we may not have reached his ideal of a perfectly-simulated reality, the future of VR is bright.

Our Heritage

In addition to the customary retro jersey and an expected change in the regular set, the Vancouver Canucks unveiled a brand-new Heritage jersey to kickstart its Golden Anniversary celebrations.

The Next Chapter

As we celebrate the last 50 years of Vancouver Canucks history, there is cause for optimism as a new, speedier core leads this team into the next era.

Game Over

When Sony unveiled its new Portable in 2004, it was apparent that PlayStation was ready to shake up the handheld realm. Following its monumental rise, however, was a swift decline.

Identity Crisis

The Vancouver Canucks certainly have colourful jersey history, having gone through a palette rivalling that of a rainbow. From the stick-in-rink to crashing orca, the team has struggled to establish a stable identity through it's four decades in the league.

"it's a locomotive that runs on us"

Derek Woo

The point? Well, mostly to practice my writing and store random thoughts, thanks for asking! And who knows, maybe someone, somewhere will find the information useful. Oh, you meant it as in what's the point? In that case... :\

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