Consistent excellence in sport isn’t always sexy, and not every team that wins and wins a lot seems to deserve the designation of dynasty. It’s a style thing sometimes, and sometimes it’s probably not fair.
No one would argue, for instance, with the pantheon places reserved for the football teams that defined this town, the great Eskimos sides of the 1950’s and the 1980’s – just like no one would argue with the hockey team that once redefined the game’s potential up the road at a rink then known as Northlands Coliseum.
But with others, you have to think about it a bit more, as Anthony Calvillo well understands. This week, while...