KINGSTON, Ont.—There's no mistaking Team Wild Card lead Colin Hodgson on the ice at the Tim Hortons Brier.
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PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.—Moments after getting his first career PGA Tour win, Sungjae Im took a moment to reflect on what it means.
Not for himself—for his homeland, and for those dealing with a virus that has the world on edge.
Alex Ovechkin scored twice as part of a three-point night and the Washington Capitals ended a season-high four-game road slide by holding off the Minnesota Wild 4-3 last night.
KINGSTON, Ont.—With four national men's curling titles to his credit, Kevin Koe already has a Hall of Fame resume.
Winning another Tim Hortons Brier crown would put his name into the record books.
The Toronto Raptors have done it once already, chasing down a Milwaukee Bucks team that seemed to be sprinting to the NBA Finals.
Catching them in the standings this season seems unlikely, with the Bucks (49-8) on their way perhaps to one of the best records in league history.
TORONTO—The Toronto Maple Leafs shipped goalie Michael Hutchinson to the Colorado Avalanche for defenceman Calle Rosen ahead of Monday's NHL trade deadline.
MOOSE JAW, Sask.—A dream team of former skips came together to earn a Canadian women's curling championship yesterday.
Manitoba's Kerri Einarson beat Ontario's Rachel Homan 8-7 in an extra end to win the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Moose Jaw, Sask.
“This means absolutely the world to me," Einarson said. ”I really wanted to do this for myself and my teammates.
While Vancouver celebrates the 10th anniversary of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, the man who co-led the bid and headed the organizing committee wants the city to do it again in 2030.
John Furlong told the Vancouver Board of Trade in a speech today he thinks the city could and should bid for the 2030 Winter Games.
KRASNOYARSK, Russia—Mackenzie Zacharias of Altona, Man., split her games on the final day of round-robin play at the world junior curling championship while Winnipeg's Jacques Gauthier dropped a 6-5 decision to Scotland's James Craik.
The Canadian teams had previously secured playoff berths but the semifinal matchups weren't finalized until today.
MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens traded defenceman Marco Scandella to St. Louis on Tuesday for the Blues' second-round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft and a conditional fourth-round pick in 2021.
Scandella has 12 points (4-8) in 51 games this season.