The Whitecaps' main focus in August should be on MLS matches and winning the Amway Canadian Championship.
As the calendar flips to August on Saturday, so begins the busiest month the Vancouver Whitecaps have ever seen.
Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning said Brandon Sutter will be a “foundation piece” in the team’s future after acquiring him from the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday.
Bombers QB Drew Willy is questionable for Thursday's game against BC, but whether or not he can play makes little difference for the Lions.
Battlefield Fight League has been a fantastic local promotion, but its brand took a hit on live TV on Saturday night.
Finally, some home delivery from the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Penalties became a problem for the BC Lions late in Friday's contest as the Argos battled their way back for an eventual 30-27 victory.
What looked like an early blowout turned into a major collapse for the BC Lions Friday night.
In an interview ahead of his Hall of Fame induction, former NFL running back Jerome Bettis said he sold drugs and shot at competing dealers when he was growing up in inner-city Detroit.
A big game in the USL playoff race goes Friday at Thunderbird Stadium as WFC2 welcomes a team only one point back in the standings.
It raises an eyebrow seeing the BC Lions ranked last in the CFL in total team defence heading into Friday's game against Toronto.
The Arizona Coyotes and the city of Glendale agreed to amend an existing lease agreement on Thursday, though the deal may only be a temporary fix in the team's ongoing saga to remain in the desert.
The Toronto Maple Leafs pulled off the stunner of the off-season Thursday, hiring Lou Lamoriello as their new general manager.
Don Cherry knew all along that the Quebec Nordiques would be returning to the NHL.
The reinforcements are starting to arrive for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Jason Day made a 22-foot birdie putt on the final hole Sunday to win the RBC Canadian Open by one shot at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario.
Outfielder Franklin Gutierrez finished off Sunday's game with a one-out, solo home run in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Seattle Mariners beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-5.
Toronto first baseman Chris Colabello's bases-loaded, two-run single off Seattle closer Carson Smith in the top of the ninth inning finished off a Toronto comeback from three runs down.
Left-hander Cole Hamels allowed just two baserunners as he tossed his first solo no-hitter Saturday, helping the Philadelphia Phillies blank the Chicago Cubs 5-0.