A Boston Bruins logo has been painted on Canucks' old home ice in Vancouver

Jul 30 2018, 10:15 pm

That doesn’t look right.

Doesn’t feel right, either.

It hasn’t been home to the Vancouver Canucks since 1995, or the Vancouver Giants since 2016, but ice has been installed at the Pacific Coliseum in the middle of summer.

But the ‘Rink on Renfrew’ still doesn’t look itself.

That’s because there’s a big, fat, ugly Boston Bruins logo in the middle of it.

Here’s visual evidence, courtesy of TSN’s Farhan Lalji:

The Coliseum is being used for a recurring location for the new television show, Million Little Things, which debuts on ABC this fall, a spokesperson from the PNE told Daily Hive.

The ice likely won’t be in for too much longer, as the Fair at the PNE begins August 18.

Makes sense, but ever since 2011, the spoked-B is just about the worst thing you can show someone from Vancouver. And while emotions have calmed somewhat since then, Canucks fans don’t forget.

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