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The Vancouver Canucks may have missed out on the trophy they wanted most, but they didn’t walk away empty-handed from the best season in franchise history.
Faced with conditions more suitable for a football game, the Washington Capitals dug in and gutted out a victory in a fashion that is pretty familiar to fans at Heinz Field.
Still without a top line and a clear-cut No. 1 goaltender, Team Canada is doing things the hard way at the Olympics.
As thousands of bundled-up fans started to go silent at Fenway Park, the Boston Bruins feared they were on the verge of spoiling a picture-perfect moment.
Everything about Brent Sutter’s body language suggested he was discussing a Calgary Flames loss.
uzann Pettersen has 18 holes to truly put two years worth of close calls behind her.
Maybe Anna Rawson will finally start to believe that she picked the right profession.
As the unofficial host of the RBC Canadian Open, it only seems fitting that Mike Weir buy the rest of the field a drink. He might want one for himself, too.
When the doors to free agency finally opened, NHL general managers went charging into the marketplace like bargain-hunters on Boxing Day.
After waiting 16 years to make an appearance at the NHLPA’s player meetings, Gary Bettman needed a little extra time to get his point across.
Even though the NHL awards changed venues, the same man remained in the spotlight.
Dan Bylsma is hoping for a picture perfect ending to this Stanley Cup.
The Detroit Red Wings just keep finding ways to win at the Stanley Cup. Outchanced for a second straight game and still battling injuries, the Red Wings managed to grab a commanding 2-0 series lead with a 3-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Sunday.
he rivalry has returned.
Lindy Ruff thinks his Canadian team might have too much of a good thing at the IIHF World Hockey Championship.
Even though Canadian goalie Chris Mason is attending the IIHF World Hockey Championship for the third time, you won’t find his name in any official tournament statistics.
Steven Stamkos is a perfect example of just how much an invitation to the IIHF World Hockey Championship can mean to a player.