When the New York Islanders fired head coach Jack Capuano on Tuesday, it was an inevitable decision for a team that had won only 17 of 42 games this season.
The details are in and the deal is done. Jose Bautista will be back for a 10th season with the Toronto Blue Jays.
The door to the Toronto Blue Jays clubhouse is of standard size, which suggests Jose Bautista will have to turn sideways to fit the chip on his shoulder through it.
Superstar quarterback play and brand-name matchups have elevated the NFL playoffs from the doldrums of its 2016 regular season of discontent.
Hayley Wickenheiser sounded the buzzer on her glorious hockey career Friday after 23 years on the national team capped by four Olympic gold medals.
Malcolm Gladwell can bend over and snap his 10,000-hour theory through his legs and out the window. Louis-Philippe "L.P." Ladouceur became an outlier at his craft practically from the start.
A skit involving the Minnesota Wild’s mascot has received negative reviews from fans and apparently got the NHL team a call from the league brass.
When much of her young career’s work — including thousands of photos from Ottawa Redblacks games during the 2015 season — was stolen, Johany Jutras cried.
Years ago, Scotiabank came up with a clever tag line for an ad campaign that informed customers: “You’re richer than you think.”
The 2016 NHL off-season punched the hockey world in the face.
The second round of the NFL playoffs will be everything the wildcard weekend wasn’t: well-matched great offences and defences in games that will be exciting right through the fourth quarter.
A decision on participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics is starting to loom and it can't come soon enough.
One of Canada's biggest sports stories of 2017 is set to unfold not on ice or grass, but in council chambers at Calgary City Hall.
We had been expecting something special. Memorable. One of those “where-were-you?” type moments that comes along only so often.
CLEVELAND — The AL’s best team is set to start the new year with a power surge.
MONTREAL — Mitchell Stephens didn’t want to talk about it.
The National Football League’s roller coaster 17-week regular season ended Sunday and the postseason begins this weekend with only one certainty: there will be a new Super Bowl champion crowned.
Tyson Jost can't help but think back to what went down one day in late April.
Dylan Strome was pondering the odds on Thursday morning when the thought came to him.