The Ottawa Senators and Toronto Maple Leafs laid down their arms in the Battle of Ontario and pulled off a blockbuster, nine-player deal on Tuesday.
There’s is a statement out there we use to qualify teams with an honest shot at making the postseason.
Vancouver Canucks GM Jim Benning told the media this week, "Our goal is to make the playoffs."
By no means am I comparing John Scott's involvement in last Sunday's All Star Game with the Apollo moon landing or the Berlin Wall coming down. That said, I am a sucker for the underdog.
The Sage Northcutt train has been derailed, and it should be a lesson on why you shouldn’t rush young prospects to the big lights of the UFC Octagon.
Tampa Bay Lightning sensation Steven Stamkos will become an unrestricted free agent July 1.
For Montreal Impact ownership, Sunday's news is akin to The Second Coming.
Local fighter Bibiano Fernandes (19-3) is the best bantamweight fighter that “isn’t in the UFC.” At least that’s how people keep describing him.
I've been asked a lot why I have been so negative in regards to the Canucks fate this season. My answer was quite simple -- because I have eyes and those eyes have optic nerves, which attach directly to my brain.
Here we are more than halfway through January and the Canucks are still hanging around the playoff race.
Last Sunday night, UFC Fight Night 81 took place from the TD Garden in Boston. In what was a pretty entertaining card, the highlight of the night was the Main Event between bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw (12-2) and former champ Dominick Cruz (21-1).
In Greek mythology, Sisyphus was condemned to roll a boulder up a hill only to have it roll all the way back as he neared the top.
Lionel Messi reclaimed the FIFA Ballon d'Or award for the world player of the year on Monday, after watching his great rival Cristiano Ronaldo walk off with the prize for the previous two years.
MMA fans will feel like they jumped into a time machine Feb. 19 when Bellator 149 presents Royce Gracie (14-2-3) vs. Ken Shamrock (28-16-2) 3 in Houston, Texas.
It’s a misleading position the Vancouver Canucks are in at the 41-game mark, the midway point of the NHL season.
This week, Guts McTavish and readers share their prognostications for the second half of the Vancouver Canucks season.
Bo Horvat has started a new streak, but this one is the kind he’d be glad to see last for a while.
His uniform has changed, but Eddie Lack was his usual self the day before his Hurricanes play the Canucks at Rogers Arena.
What are they saving the Sedins for?