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Lance Armstrong has told organizers that he will race in the Giro d’Italia.
Martin Havlat scored 12 seconds into overtime and the Chicago Blackhawks won their first playoff game in seven years, beating the Calgary Flames 3-2 on Thursday night in the Western Conference quarter-finals.
He’s one of the hottest goaltenders in the NHL and the masked man roughly 200 feet away is arguably the best puck-stopper on the planet.
Phil Kessel had two goals and an assist, and Zdeno Chara scored with 8:45 left to break a third-period tie for Boston.
The rebuilding of the RDC Queens basketball program has taken a major step forward.
John Madden, the burly former coach who has been one of pro football’s most popular broadcast analysts for three decades, is retiring.
The Chicago Bulls were looking for a playoff tuneup. Instead, they got pounded
Despite holding a 2-0 lead after 20 minutes of their Allan Cup engagement with the Thunder Bay Twins Wednesday, the Bentley Generals felt like they had been demoted to private status.
The St. Louis Blues figured out a way to beat Roberto Luongo. The Vancouver Canucks made sure it only happened once.
The Calgary Flames hope to put some power back in their power play ahead of the playoffs.
Craig MacTavish won’t be back as head coach of the NHL team after it failed to make the playoffs for the third year in a row.
Mats Sundin says he’ll cherish every shift in the Stanley Cup playoffs as the clock ticks louder on his Hall of Fame career.
Garry Nunn scored 1:56 into overtime to lift the Vancouver Giants to a 1-0 win over the Spokane Chiefs in Game 7 of their WHL Western Conference semifinal on Tuesday.
Red Deer Rebels forward Landon Ferraro, currently with Team Canada at the world under-18 championship, is ranked 18th among North American skaters in the final Central Scouting Bureau rankings.
After playing 799 regular season games, Olli Jokinen will finally take part in his first-ever National Hockey League playoff game on Thursday.
Generals 5 North Stars 2 STEINBACH, Man. — The battle-tested Bentley Generals are on a mission and they just keep rolling along.
Four different networks are gearing up to broadcast the NHL playoffs to the masses starting Wednesday and their assortment of experts are already busy making their opinions known.
The Bentley Generals, strictly as spectators, got a good look at their first opponent in the 2009 Allan Cup tournament Monday and had to come away impressed.
Red Deer native Katie Allen has signed a letter of intent to attend St. Cloud State University of Minnesota this fall.
Playing international soccer is nothing new for Caolan Lavery.