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Canada slams Slovakia
Any team looking to challenge Canada at the IIHF World Hockey Championship should strongly consider studying the footage from this one. The Slovaks provided a pretty good example of what works and what doesn’t.
Pierce comes up big for Celts
With the other two members of Boston’s Big 3 out of action, Paul Pierce found a way to beat the tenacious Chicago Bulls.
Blysma gets job
n Bylsma took over as interim coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins in mid-February, they were barely over .500 and nearly out of the playoff race.
Flames’ season reduced to steam, ashes
Change is coming on a Calgary Flames team built to go deep into the playoffs, but didn’t.
Rebels look to build defence
After selecting forwards with their first two bantam draft picks in 2008 and taking up-front skaters with four of their previous top six picks over the last three years, the Red Deer Rebels are now looking to add some key back-end components.
CFL draft: No rivalry
One is the top-ranked player heading into the CFL’s Canadian college draft, the other regarded as the best defensive prospect.
Fedorov’s late goal completes Caps comeback over Rangers
Capitals 2 Rangers 1 WASHINGTON — Thanks to grizzled veteran Sergei Fedorov and a kid goalie with more career starts in the NHL post-season than the regular season, the Washington Capitals are headed to the second round of the playoffs for the first time in more than a decade.
Jokinen, Staal score late as Hurricanes stun Devils
Hurricanes 4 Devils 3 NEWARK, N.J. — The Carolina Hurricanes stole their first-round series from the New Jersey Devils with one of the greatest last-minute comebacks in NHL history.
Sports briefs – April 28
Defensive back Adam Proulx of the Hunting Hills Lightning was selected to the Northern Alberta U17 football team to compete in the Football Canada Cup.
Ovechkin not worried as Game 7 looms
Alex Ovechkin strolled into the locker room at the Capitals’ training facility Monday wearing an Italian soccer club jersey and his usual: “What, me worry?” gap-toothed grin.
Devils, Hurricanes both excited
Martin Brodeur has played in a deciding Game 7 of a playoff series eight times in his career with the New Jersey Devils and the prospect of another hasn’t changed the way the New Jersey Devils goaltender feels.
Kings land top recruits
The RDC Kings roster received a significant boost during the weekend.
Goaltenders Mason, Thomas, Backstrom finalists for Vezina
With Martin Brodeur out of the running, the chase for the Vezina Trophy is wide open for a change.
Alberta lineman remains atop Canadian college draft rankings
Offensive lineman Simeon Rottier of the Alberta Golden Bears continues to top the list of the top 15-ranked Canadian university players heading into the Saturday’s CFL Canadian college draft.
Lance Armstrong’s participation in New Mexico race back on
Lance Armstrong will race in the Tour of the Gila after all.
Rodman must pay
A federal judge in Las Vegas has ordered former NBA star Dennis Rodman to pay a former casino employee US$225,000 for grabbing and humiliating her at work in March 2006.
Doug Armstrong is a patient man. With forward Scottie Upshall suspended for Canada’s next game at the IIHF World Hockey Championship, the team’s general manager might have been tempted to start searching for an immediate replacement.
Hobbled Flames go out of playoffs the same way they came in
CALGARY — The battered Calgary Flames limped down the home stretch of the regular season and they hobbled out of the post-season Monday night in much the same way.
Rockets advance to Western Hockey League fina
Kelowna 5 Vancouver 4 KELOWNA, B.C. — It’s been four years since the Kelowna Rockets last hoisted a banner. On Monday night, the Rockets added a new one: Western Conference champions.
Ducks oust top-seeded Sharks
Anaheim 4 San Jose 1 ANAHEIM, Calif. — Right when the opening puck dropped, Ryan Getzlaf and Joe Thornton dropped gloves. The star centres’ simmering dislike erupted into a brawl dominated by Thornton, who pummelled Getzlaf with at least two flush blows to the face.