And now the tough sledding begins.
Another weekend and another free UFC Fight Night on Sportsnet. Speaking of which, that may have been the final UFC telecast on the sports network.
There was a sense of relief when the Vancouver Canucks returned to practice Sunday, having snapped their five-game losing streak the night before and getting further assurances that winger Jannik Hansen is OK.
The depth among Canada’s forwards was hammered home when lines for the exhibition game on Sunday night were revealed.
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It's amazing the way a story about a hockey player injured during a game can become so little about the game.
Curtis Lazar couldn’t help but take a few verbal jabs at Connor McDavid as they watched their Canada teammates play on Friday night.
Newly released video footage appears to show professional football's Ray Rice and his future wife kissing while handcuffed in a casino elevator following the couple's fight that cost Rice his job with the Baltimore Ravens.
Team Canada goalie Zach Fucale needs to be better, at least when it comes to freezing pucks.
The NBA is one, big chemistry experiment. Sure, talent matters, but if the elements can’t co-exist, the lab might blow up.
Just a year ago Max Domi was deemed not good enough to be invited to the selection camp for Canada’s junior team.
Mr. Hockey’s health has taken a turn for the better after his mind and body reacted in a “truly miraculous” way following a stem cell clinical trial.
B.C. Lions general manager Wally Buono described hiring Jeff Tedford as “a tremendous coup for the CFL” and his team.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are bound and determined to keep centre Nick Foligno from going to unrestricted free agency.
With the countdown to 2015 down to mere days, here are six things to monitor in the hockey world in the New Year.
We would imagine that a hockey player or two somewhere in the country this season has been told he is too small to have an impact.
When an athlete wins a notable competition, seeing them on a podium with medals around their necks or holding a trophy is a pretty standard scene.
The Pittsburgh Penguins may be missing a few players thanks to the mumps, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t in the Christmas spirit.