Bill Beacon

Calvillo sets TD record in win

Anthony Calvillo wore a look of deep satisfaction with the ball used to set the CFL’s career passing touchdowns record safely stored in his locker.

  • Jul 16, 2011

Canada collapses in final

A Russian team with a flair for drama took advantage of a devastating Canadian collapse and claimed the gold medal at the world junior hockey championship.

Canada hammers Norway

In a lineup depleted by suspension and injuries, hot-handed Brayden Schenn stepped up with another big game for Canada at the world junior hockey championship.

Safina dreaming of 2008 repeat of Rogers Cup title

Dinara Safina gets a good feeling on the hardcourts at Uniprix Stadium and the former world No. 1 hopes it helps her get back to winning matches.

Cobourne leads Als past Argos

Avon Cobourne put both his rushing and pass catching skills on display for the most productive game of his CFL career, but the Montreal Alouettes running back insisted he was just taking care of business.

Ovechkin’s turn?

Now we will see if Alex Ovechkin can one-up rival Sidney Crosby by leading the powerhouse Washington Capitals to a Stanley Cup.

Canada beats Switzerland to advance to ninth straight final

Taylor Hall and his Canadian teammates want to make hockey history, and only their old rival the United States stands in the way.

Edwards wins in Montreal

Fortune smiled on Carl Edwards on the final lap of the NAPA Auto Parts 200 on Sunday.

Federer, Nadal bounced

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga pulled out a stunning victory over world No. 1 Roger Federer and red-hot Juan Martin Del Potro followed with two-set win over No. 2-ranked Rafael Nadal on Friday to advance to the semifinals of the US$3-million Rogers Cup.

Nadal advances in Montreal return

Rafael Nadal won his first match since May when his opponent David Ferrer retired with a left knee injury in the first set on Wednesday night at the US$3 million Rogers Cup.

Als blank Boatmen

Rush end Anwar Stewart said the Montreal Alouettes’ defence didn’t let itself think about shutting out the Toronto Argonauts, even as time wound down on a 25-0 victory on Friday night.

Ticats push Alouettes but come up short

The Montreal Alouettes remain undefeated, but now they know they have a dangerous rival in the CFL East Division in the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

  • Jul 24, 2009

Taken by Tavares

It wll be high-scoring centre John Tavares who leads the New York Islanders’ rebuilding movement.

Pens win the Cup

Max Talbot scored two goals and the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame an injury in the second period to captain Sidney Crosby to defeat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 in a gripping Game 7 to win the Stanley Cup on Friday night.

For all the marbles

When asked what a player or a coach gains from winning the Stanley Cup, Detroit Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said simply: ”That you’ve won it. ”I feel different than I did last year before we won, just because of the fact that you’ve won.”

Hockeytown beat down

Niklas Kronwall, Brian Rafalski and Henrik Zetterberg scored power-play goals in the second period as the Detroit Red Wings found their legs and routed the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-0 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup final on Saturday night.

Best-of-three for the Stanley Cup

After starting the Stanley Cup final with a pair of 3-1 wins at home, it was all about the Detroit Red Wings’ mystique and how they find ways to win even when outplayed.

Wings bounce in front

The talk was all of bounces after the Detroit Red Wings got the jump on the Pittsburgh Penguins to open the Stanley Cup final.

Spitfires claim Memorial Cup

The Windsor Spitfires won a MasterCard Memorial Cup for themselves, their city and a teammate they lost suddenly last season.

Spitfires fly into final

The Windsor Spitfires are headed to the MasterCard Memorial Cup final.