If there wasn’t a good reason to be an Ottawa Senators fan before, you won’t find a better one that getting to see Hilary Duff and Carrie Underwood at each home game. In case you cared (and you probably shouldn’t), Carrie’s man, Mike Fisher, scored the OT winner at this particular game on Wednesday against Tampa.
By the way, I’m covering the Ontario University hockey championship game at 7:30 on 94.9 FM (in London) and CHRWradio.com. We’ll be switching off between hockey in London and a national semi-final basketball game in Ottawa. That should be interesting.
The Western Mustangs drop one local team from the CIS basketball championships. They have to go through the other today. (The CIS Blog)
Some hockey love in New York at the expense of Derek Jeter. Serves him right for dumping Minka Kelly. (Wall Street Journal)
China regains non-stop karaoke record from Finland for the third time. I know China is trying to take over the world but why do this? (Daily Telegraph)
Only in Canada: Prisoners in Saskatchewan spend four months using nail clippers to break out. (Reuters)
While Sony and Microsoft are cutting prices for their video game consoles, Nintendo UK is raising prices by around $35 Canadian. (Forbes)
The guy who came up with the idea for the internet says the future of the web lies with mobile phones. (BBC)
Michael Jackson is still popular apparently. His 50 concert series sold out in hours. (CBC) And speaking of the King of Pop, Simon Cowell is trying to get him to appear on X Factor (Britain’s equivalent to American Idol). (RTE)
Britain’s top car authority, Jeremy Clarkson, isn’t a fan of the Toyota iQ or his chauffeur in Hong Kong. (Times Online)
And today’s bit of YouTubery, Chris Bosh follows in the footsteps of Brian Williams, Elvis, and Colin Mochrie in doing a celebrity weather forecast on CTV in Toronto. Continue reading