OTOW - Volume III
No one supports their team the world over like fans of the Vancouver Canucks. Our Team Our Way is a celebration of Canucks fans showing pride in their team like only they can; check out the Our Team Our Way blog where we showcase the amazing creativity and passion of Canucks fans.
Each week until the beginning of the 2013 NHL Playoffs we'll showcase five Canucks fans and tell their unique story.Breanna Kion
Story Behind Photo: "This photo was taken at Machu Picchu, the so-called lost city of the Incas, in Peru. I had just climbed Huayna Picchu, the mountain which stands 1180 ft above Machu Picchu (in the foggy background) and asked my husband to take a photo of me in my Canucks T with Machu Picchu’s ruins in the background. This was taken only hours after a big 3-2 OT win over the Oilers." Danny Appleby
Story Behind Photo: "The photo was taken in June at the EURO 2012 soccer tournament in Wroclaw, Poland. Me (Danny Appleby) and my friend (Chris Kobryn) were going to the Czech Republic vs Poland match; he is Polish and I am Czech, and this match determined who moved on to the elimination rounds. But despite these implications, we decided to wear our Canucks gear and show it off with pride." Jake Estey
Story Behind Photo: "This is the peak of Orcieres 1850 in Grenoble in the southern French Alps. After skiing all day we went to the village for lunch where the Canadian sandwicherie owner sat down with us to talk hockey. He grew up in Quebec and played minor hockey with none other than Alain Vigneault himself! Safe to say lunch was on him!" Sally King
Story Behind Photo: "This was taken at my wedding on my husband’s family’s farm in Ontario. It was important to me and my husband that despite being ‘behind enemy lines’ we showed our pride and support of the Canucks. The Trevor Linden jersey was a wedding gift from my parents!" Chan Rai
Story Behind Photo: "I have taken many pictures in various locations, my goal is to travel as much as possible and take my jerseys along with me. I started back in 2009 and I mainly take pictures in front of known monuments."