Jesse Myshak, a Albertan who stares cold in the face and hockey-sticks it in the balls, opted to drive his Zamboni home to his backyard ice rink from his shop where he’d been fixing it up, per CBC. Naturally, he decided he wanted one of Canada’s great pleasures on the way: a hot chocolate from Tim Hortons.
But that’s mostly because the Stanley Cup is, without a shadow of a doubt, much, much cooler than you. And to prove it, when it was late to its grand appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, it got a police escort through downtown Chicago, and lived your urban maniac dreams.
A reader sends along this photo of a prone Rangers fan, fittingly adorned in a Rick Nash jersey and camo Rangers hat, lying prone on the Q train at 2:00 a.m. last night. We are told that this guy "barely moved" for at least three stops, at which time our tipster had to get off the train.
If you live in the Canadian province of New Brunswick, keep an eye out for a 21-meter beer blimp that is currently floating, aimlessly, through the Canadian sky.
AHL referee David Banfield wore a GoPro camera for the Rockford IceHogs/Charlotte Checkers game on Dec. 7, and although these perspectives are sometimes surprisingly boring, this one's entertaining. Long, but entertaining. We get to watch Banfield break up scrums, allow fights to happen, argue with players, and get…
On December 9th, 4000 feet in the Canadian mountains, on a frozen lake, a helicopter joined a game of ice hockey. This is what happened.
Jonathan Toews, captain of the Chicago Blackhawks, crashed his 2009 Mercedes CL63 AMG into one of the supports for the Chicago L train yesterday morning and, though he had a concussion the day before, he and his team claim that he is fine.
This may be the most unbelievably heartwarming thing you'll see today. 59-year-old Brenda Hewlett had never held a hockey stick before last Friday night. She could barely walk on the ice but she needed a vehicle to replace her failing truck.
When we posted a picture of the license plate on Alexander Ovechkin's Mercedes Sedan it didn't take long for everyone to remind us of the boastful vanity plate on his other super Mercedes.
Louie Edgi, a cancer patient currently residing in the horribly frigid area of Norman Wells, Canada, has won the Cash and Cars Lottery, which supports the Alberta Cancer Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society. The prize? A Koenigsegg CCX. The catch? Norman Wells is a remote town up in God's Country with only one…
As '70's Montreal was the only place ever where as a horrified youngster we saw grown men wearing fur coats, it seems only fitting that Alfa Romeo chose the city as the moniker for its V-8 powered coupe of the same name. The combination of 200 V-8 horsepower and quad-cam Italian styling defines the seventies in…