April 30, 2016 at 8:51 pm
Posted by: Howard Tsumura (The Province)
VANCOUVER — If Hollywood ever gets around to shooting a re-make of the 1977 hockey classic Slap Shot, the casting call needs to come north to the classrooms, hallways and playing fields of Vancouver’s Prince of Wales Secondary School.
That’s because if you’re looking for three actors to play the roles of the movie’s hockey-playing Hanson brothers, there would be none better-suited than real-life Grade 11 triplets Broden, Kael and Dace Norman.
April 6, 2016. 4:54 pm
Courtesy of the Province - Howard Tsumara
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VANCOUVER — B.C. boys high school rugby has finally addressed the elephant in the room.
Look back at its provincial tournament results over the past decade-plus at its highest triple-A tier, and two schools have dominated the proceedings to such an extent that its annual title tilt had become the most anti-climactic event on the entire B.C. championship schedule.