Vancouver Riots 2011
June 16, 2011 by staff
Vancouver Riots 2011, Very true hockey is huge in Canada! After the loss humilating Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in the Stanley Cup Championship UploaderShareContribute 7 to the Boston Bruins, hockey fans think he had his anger on the streets as riots broke out. Vancouver riot became more intense after hundreds of fans left the arena Canucks as the number of vehicles turned in large groups of people, kicked litter and vehicles on the streets.
Vancouver bridges leading into town were closed as fire erupted in the streets throwing objects at police cars. Several people are clearly displayed on the camera to provoke the police, refusing to move. Officers fired tear gas into the crowd and declared by the speaker of the people to clear the area, but the crowd remained as the site of the NHL.
Several photos of riots in Vancouver found in many networking sites Facebook and Twitter especially as people began shairing images online.
“This city and province has much to be proud of the team we have and the guys we have here,” Canucks captain Henrik SEDIN said. “It’s a shame.”
Goalie Tim Thomas was brilliant Boston just would not allow the Vancouver Canucks to score whenever needed. The Canucks lost the heart of hockey started many thousands of Canadians waited four decades of a slip. That’s why Vancouver riot broke out just after the game.
Mashable reports of the riots still intensified during the night, with rioters looting an electronics store and others. Shops include drugs allegedly involved in London, Futureshop (electronics store) and the bay.
History repeats itself? The last time Vancouver riots with the National Hockey League (NHL) was Game 7 of the Vancouver Canucks vs New York Rangers on June 14, 1994, where the New York Rangers won. After the game, things got ugly in Vancouver!
Vancouver riots also erupted in February 2010 as the Olympic anti-police clashes with protests by activists broke glass windows in the iconic Hudson’s Bay Co., smashed car windows and threw trash cans and news racks at intersections very traffic.
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