The Toronto Maple Leafs are getting tired of Ryan Miller’s Olympic audition.
The Sabres’ goalie stopped all 38 shots he faced last night to lead Buffalo to a 3-0 victory over Brian Burke’s Toronto Maple Leafs.
“Their goalie over there has stolen two games against us,” said Leafs’ forward Matt Stajan.
As the Philadelphia 76ers flirt with the possibility of reuniting with Allen Iverson, Jason Terry made sure their dreadful start to the season continued last night.
Terry made a 17-footer with 1.4 seconds left, and Dirk Nowitzki had 28 points, as the Dallas Mavericks edged visiting Philadelphia 104-102 to hand the 76ers their seventh-straight loss.
TORONTO — Maple Leaf Gardens will be getting a new lease on life as a multi-function facility.
Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L), Ryerson University and federal officials are expected to announce $20 million in infrastructure funding for the project at a news conference on Tuesday.
CALGARY—It took a lucky break on the final play of the game, but the Montreal Alouettes’ run of Grey Cup futility is over.
WINDERMERE, Fla.—Despite presenting his side of the car crash story and asking that it remain “a private matter,” Tiger Woods still may not be in the clear.
Troopers arriving at his Isleworth home requesting an interview were turned down for a third-straight day, but the Florida Highway Patrol said it will continue to investigate.
CABANO, Que.—Herve Arseneau would never call himself an athlete, but he now can boast he’s run two legs of an Olympic relay—the torch relay, that is.
Arseneau even has convinced his family to get in on the action.
For more than 53 minutes last night, it looked like Blue Jackets’ goalie Steve Mason was starting to regain his award-winning form.
Deadlocked in a 1-1 duel with Ottawa counterpart Brian Elliott, Mason looked every bit like last season’s top rookie.
Then it all came apart.
Josh McDaniels is an emotional coach who stocked his roster with passionate players.
All of them were on full display on U.S. Thanksgiving last night in the Denver Broncos’ R-rated 26-6 victory over the N.Y. Giants.
Brian Dawkins’ inspired play led a Denver defensive revival and the offence did its part by controlling the clock in a slump-busting win.
Omarr Morgan finally is going to play in the Grey Cup after 10 years in the CFL—nine of them with the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
The ’Riders won the CFL’s championship two years ago, but that happened to be the one season the defensive back did not wear the green-and-white.
Tim Duncan had another big game for San Antonio—and the Spurs’ bench made sure it didn’t go to waste this time.
Duncan had 24 points and 12 rebounds as the Spurs halted the Milwaukee Bucks’ three-game winning streak with a 112-98 victory last night, getting their second blowout in as many games after an unusually lacklustre start to the season.