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36 min ago | Mile High Sticking
A wise young man once said, "The lovers are going to love you, and the haters are going to hate you no matter who you are."
The City of Lights was the setting for romance and ultimate revenge as the teams navigated around the snobby locals, buttery pastries and narrow cobblestone streets of Paris.
The retirement of Jean-Sebastien Giguere marks the end of an era. The goaltender was the final active player in the NHL who had suited up for the Hartford Whalers.
More than six months after the fact, Nicklas Backstrom has finally received the Olympic silver medal that he was ruled ineligible for back in February.
Not just the NHL is getting a potential expansion as the Arizona Coyotes finish completing a new look for soon to be Gila River Arena Coyotes fans should embrace concept of NHL expansion -- azcentral.com The NHL doesn't need more teams.
Robert Morris announced its 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame class, a group headlined by basketball player Tony Lee and hockey player Brianne McLaughlin.
Jan 7, 2014; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury makes a save on Vancouver Canucks forward Mike Santorelli during the first period at Rogers Arena.
Columbus Cottonmouths goaltender Shannon Szabados reacts after a Knoxville Ice Bears score in the first period in Columbus, Georgia, March 15, 2014.
Shannon Szabados is having a rather memorable 2014. First she backstopped Canada to their fourth straight gold medal at the Winter Olympics, making 27 saves in the gold-medal game against the United States.
It's not as simple as "start offensive players in the offensive zone and defensive players in the defensive zone."
Province Sports writer Ed Willes sat down recently with Canucks President Trevor Linden to talk about his love of cycling and how Linden has benefitted from the sport both physically and mentally.
Canadian Olympic gold-medal winners Charles Hamelin, Hayley Wickenheiser and Kaillie Humphries take questions from kids and families at Nakasuk School in Iqaluit, Aug. 25, during an afternoon of events in support of sports and recreation in Nunavut.
Defense player Laurel Hill was drafted to the Canadian Women's Hockey League in the fifth round to the Toronto Furies on Aug. 20. "This league is where a lot of US and Canadian Olympic players play.
Today, Canadian Olympic gold medalists Hayley Wickenheiser, Kaillie Humphries and Charles Hamelin, as well as Arctic Winter Games medalist Johnny Issaluk, joined TSN sportscaster Gord Miller, Canadian Tire President Michael Medline, and The Honourable Monica Ell, Deputy Premier of Nunavut, to inspire Iqaluit children to be more physically active.
Apr 13, 2014; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Calgary Flames forward Curtis Glencross checks Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler during the first period at Rogers Arena.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 08:49 am
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