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Aaron Ward laughed when he saw all the newspaper articles asking whether the Boston Bruins would be rusty from the long layoff they earned by sweeping Montreal in the first round.
A quick look at Thursday’s NBA games:
Lindsay Thurber and Notre Dame split a Central Alberta High School Rugby League twin bill at Titans Park Wednesday.
It used to be that Canadian teams would come to international hockey tournaments and risk being undone by undisciplined play.
The Red Deer Rebels stayed mostly within the province during the Western Hockey League bantam draft Thursday in Edmonton, selecting a highly-touted defenceman and a handful of talented and productive forwards in the process.
The Calgary Hitmen can set a Western Hockey League record tonight with their 13th straight playoff victory.
When the wake-up call came for the Vancouver Canucks, Sami Salo answered.
Joshua Smith suspected that he’d be selected in the first round of Thursday’s Western Hockey League bantam draft, but when and by whom?
Red Deer Titans Rugby Club new head coach John Keepa has an interesting philosophy when it comes to coaching rugby.
The Red Deer Rebels selected Calgary defenceman Matt Dumba with their first-round selection, fourth overall, in the Western Hockey League bantam draft Thursday in Edmonton.
The NHL has taken control of the cash-strapped Phoenix Coyotes, according to a report in the Arizona Republic.
The Red Deer Riggers will open camp for their 29th season Friday at 6 p.m. at Great Chief Park.
A trio of Russians will battle for the honour of being named most valuable player in the National Hockey League.
Alex Ovechkin doesn’t like Sidney Crosby. Neither does Alexander Semin, who calls Crosby an overrated product of the NHL’s hype machine. Ovechkin disliked Evgeni Malkin, too, but now appears to like him again.
Dwight Howard’s elbow has given the Orlando Magic’s playoff hopes a major hit
Mike Keenan expects to remain head coach of the Calgary Flames next season and chalks up his team’s first-round playoff exit to injuries.
Calgary Hitmen forward Brett Sonne has been named the Western Hockey League’s player of the year.
Bentley Generals fans can salute their heroes in style Saturday.
There’s a change on top of the RDC athletic department, although it will only be for one year.
The New Jersey Devils’ season isn’t going to be remembered for Martin Brodeur’s elbow injury, his NHL career record for wins by a goaltender, the team’s club-record 51 wins or its seventh Atlantic Division title in 12 years.