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Two Years Ago
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, there were places we couldn't go and things we couldn't do. So what did we take away from the experience?
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.
Vegas, Baby
America is the land of the good life, and Sin City's ultra-luxurious restaurants, hotels, and nightclubs are a testament to its spirit. If New York is the place to chase the Dream, then Las Vegas is the place to live it.
Permanently Closed
There's a special feeling that comes from knowing that others around you have been to the same places you've been and felt the same way you felt. But just how much of a city can be replaced before it ceases to be the same community you know and love?
When in Hong Kong
The saying goes: When in Rome, do as Romans do. You know, to blend in when you’re in a new, unfamiliar place. But is it really that simple?
HCC 7050
On July 7, I decided to dedicate some real time to work on my Strategy paper, so I headed where I always did when I needed to focus: the 7th floor lab at Simon Fraser University's Harbour Centre campus. But what I saw when I got up there really slammed home the fact that my time at the school was coming to an end.

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Steamer

Passion. It’s the reason why our favourite players aren’t always the most talented or well-known on the roster. We are drawn to players who are like us; players that share our excitement for the sport. And for 13 seasons, Steamer laid his heart and soul out on the ice every shift he played, etching his name into the fabric of Vancouver hockey.
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A Different Look

Like during the transition to Reebok a decade ago, Adidas decided to forego alternate jerseys during the first year of their new Adizero system. But now, the much-awaited third jerseys are finally here.
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Soraidh, SFU

Five years ago, I began my post-secondary journey at Simon Fraser University. Now, as I prepare to walk across the stage, let's take a look back at a few fond memories from my time on the Mountain.
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Thank you, Hank and Danny

A dedication to the remarkable careers of Daniel and Henrik Sedin.
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On to Adidas

After a decade of Reebok, the NHL finally will finally receive a three-striped facelift in the 2017-18 season as teams transition to the Adizero jersey system. We first caught a glimpse of Adidas' first foray into professional hockey at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey, where they were touted to be lighter, stronger, and more breathable than their predecessors.
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An Edgy Decade

Time flies, doesn’t it? It’s been a decade since Reebok first unveiled their new Edge jerseys at the 2007 NHL All Star Game. But as the NHL transitions to the new Adidas jerseys, let’s take a look at the changes Reebok's revolutionary system underwent over the past 10 years.
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