from Iain MacIntyre of Sportsnet,
It has been a jaw-dropping news week in British Columbia.
Harry (the Royal formerly known as Prince) could move to the West Coast with his wife, rare snowfall ended rain’s winning streak, the Vancouver Canucks moved atop the Pacific Division, and the Supreme Court ruled the provincial government can’t restrict what flows here by pipeline from Alberta.
Shocking but true: the Canucks lead the Pacific Division heading into their National Hockey League bye week. The Canucks! And it’s not fake news.
The Canucks, who have lost more games over the last four years than anyone other than the Buffalo Sabres, beat the San Jose Sharks 4-1 Saturday to move alone atop the tightest division in hockey.
Actually, they didn’t just beat the Sharks but dominated them.
Shots were 27-7 after 40 minutes.
Catch the game highlights below.
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