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The purpose of this article is to highlight the importance of workplace safety, the duties of employers and the rights of workers. Whether one is seeking to hoist the Stanley Cup, build a house or facilitate any transaction, it must not be done at the expense of workplace safety.
In a video that's been making the rounds, the lucky fan can be seen screaming and pounding on the glass while locked in a lengthy and intense gaze with Zack Kassian, who is on the other side of the glass, in full out warrior pose screaming right back at him. For true fans of the sport, it was a magical moment that will forever be remembered. And for Zack and the fan, it seemed like an incredible bonding experience that they will forever share.
"The product they sold to or they're going to sell to advertisers is just not worth as much."
Season after season begins with hope and promise, but ends with disappointment. The hopelessness of being a Leaf fan may continue to affect the franchise's followers, and therefore the bottom line, unless they look at alternative ways to mend that relationship. Building trust through social media is the best way to reach the most powerful fan demographic to date.
Calgary came from behind twice in a 7-4 win over Vancouver to eliminate the Canucks.
The Canucks won Game 5 against the Flames to keep their playoff hopes alive.
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WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Stephen Harper has explained his Jets wardrobe malfunction.Harper's choice of jersey raised a few eyebrows when he was spotted at the Jets playoff game in Winnipeg on Thursda...
"I would practice more hockey to win the playoffs."
Jiri Hudler led Calgary with a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday.
Video of several hockey fans fighting at last Friday's Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames game at Rogers Arena has emerged online. The video shows several men wearing Canucks and Flames jerse...
"I didn't think I'd be playing in the Stanley Cup playoffs right now that's for sure."
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There are more Canadian teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs than any season since 2004. Will a Canadian NHL team bring the cherished mug home? Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Winnipeg Jets, Ottawa Se...
The Calgary Flames bought into what coach Bob Hartley was selling this season, no matter how much it hurt.
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For some, it's simply known as "The Cup". For others, it's "The Holy Grail" or "Lord Stanley's Mug". Yes, the Stanley Cup is pretty much a Canadian national treasure, placed on a pedestal next to Tim...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - It was a goal literally years in the making, thanks to a shot Martin St. Louis works on day in day out."The goal he scored tonight is exactly what you see him practise every time he's...
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The goals got uglier as the game wore on, fitting for a playoff contest that was no thing of beauty.But when the dust had settled, and the last puck had bounced in off a Montreal body...
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Given how often the Bruins play a Canadian team during the NHL playoffs, Tim Hortons really may want to consider rebranding its Boston Cream donut -- at least until the finals are over. Here’s why: Be...
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BOSTON - P.K. Subban says his social media haters have nothing to do with the Boston Bruins or their fans.The Montreal defenceman, who is black, was the target of racial abuse on Twitter and other soc...
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MONTREAL - Lightning coach Jon Cooper wouldn't let his team go down without a fight.Trailing 3-1 after 40 minutes in Game 4 and staring elimination in the face, Tampa Bay made a game of it late as it...
Bars and restaurants in six of seven Canadian NHL cities are bracing for another spring without a hometown run at the Stanley Cup, but despite their dire financial predictions, some experts insist tha...
Note to Tampa Bay Lightning fans: hockey fan videos are NOT supposed to look like the movie "Spring Breakers." (P.S. Go Habs!) Like this article? Follow our Facebook pageOr follow us on TwitterFollow...
The NHL season ends this Sunday (April 13), putting the final touches on what has been a woeful year for most clubs from the Great White North. Only one Canadian team, the Montreal Canadiens, has qual...
Lucky underwear? Lucky potato chips? The illustrious "playoff beard?" If you're gearing up for your favourite team's next NHL playoff game by taking part in a superstitious ritual, your friends might think you're nuts. But science has you covered.
I have to give a shout out to my man George Stroumboulopoulos. He has been working nonstop preparing to debut his new show, but he still manages to keep an eye on the Stanley Cup Playoffs. "I'm all about the Habs," he said. "When they're out of the playoffs, which is usually how it goes, I root for my favourite ex-Habs.
I caught up with Steven R. McQueen, hunk and heart-throb from the CW's Vampire Diaries. For all of you hockey fans who didn't know, Steven's step-dad is Mr. Hockeywood himself, Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille. "Lucky" and "L.A. Kings" go together like Apple Pie and Vanilla Ice Cream.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Ottawa offered no answer for the surging Penguins. The way Pittsburgh is playing now, with offence up and down a lineup that isn't being dominated by stars Sidney Crosby and Evgeni M...
I had the chance to catch up with Snoop Dogg and get his thoughts on the Battle of California. Snoop's a big hockey fan and has been following this series from overseas in Africa. Snoop's pick? L.A. in seven. "Jeff carter's on a hot streak right now, and I don't think San Jose can hold him back," Snoop said.
The Toronto Maple Leafs may have been knocked out of the 2013 NHL playoffs but there are plenty more hockey teams to cheer for - and stare at. Since we at HuffPost Canada Style cater to our readers, w...
For the first time in eons, the city that was once the heart of hockey (with Montreal being the soul) was back in the Stanley Cup playoff picture. All told, it was good for the franchise, good for the fans, and good for the city. Hell, it was good for hockey...
UPDATE: HuffPost Canada has learned that the TV in the online ad is likely a fake. FYI: The picture from the Leafs fan smashed TV ad cbc.ca/news/canada/to… was taken in 2008 flickr.com/photos/hippie/…...