City to province: help pay for Stanley Cup Finals street party

Much of British Columbia is proudly watching the Stanley Cup Finals, and much of it is partying in Vancouver's streets. All play, but who pays? Source: Vancouver Observer

City prepares for Game 6 Fan Zone fun

The City of Vancouver and CBC Fan Zones will be full of anticipation and excitement this afternoon as hockey fans hope today is the day the Vancouver Canucks win the Stanley Cup. Georgia Street...

Inside TD Gardens Game 6 Stanley Cup finals: Bruins fans mock Vancouver

 Back at the hotel after walking through thousands of happy Bruin fans.  Reminded me of after Game 5 in Vancouver.  Fans were high fiving each other and cars honking their horns....

What the Stanley Cup means to Vancouver

With the Canucks one win away from the Stanley Cup, I try to explain that a championship would mean a deliverance from the heartbreak of history for Vancouver.

Boston broadcasters trash talking the Canucks

Sports Extra news on Boston TV discussing upcoming game. Luongo called insecure and the team quitters by sports broadcasters. Lots of trash talking by local sports experts.

Canucks fan goes to TD Garden for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals

"How'd you like the taste of that Boston clam chowder, buddy?" The Bruins had just defeated the Canucks and Eaton was wearing his Canucks shirt---proudly. It was Game 4 on Bruins' home turf. ...

Canucks win 1-0 over Bruins, ecstatic fans celebrate: photos

Canucks fans poured out of Rogers Arena and poured out onto Granville steet, relieved after their team avenged their consecutive defeats in Boston. Fans cheered loudly, blowing vuvuzelas and horns in...

Vancouver preps for game five in Stanley Cup Final

Tonight's Stanley Cup Game 5 crowds in the streets of Vancouver are expected to be the biggest yet. In anticipation of the Canucks-Bruins show down, Georgia Street will be closing at noon. Three...

Canucks loss in Game 4 of Stanley Cup finals hits home

25,000 people were on the streets watching the game. "This isn't going to be a repeat of 1994," a bystander said. Then he added, "There's no place like home."

Four reasons the Canucks will bounce back to win Game 4

After an 8-1 thumping Monday night, the party around Vancouver feels like it's been crashed. Here are four reasons why the Canucks are still in good shape heading into game 4.