Humboldt bus crash: A developing story
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Justice announced Monday morning that one of the players from the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team was misidentified by the coronoer after a bus collided with a tractor-trailer, leaving 16 people dead and 13 others injured on Friday evening. They were on their way to a... Read more
Opinion: Washington Capitals winning the Stanley Cup
I have watched hockey for as long as I can remember. I have put off homework just to watch games and slept on my couch for countless playoff overtimes; it is such a big part of my life. When I was a kid, I would watch whatever game my... Read more
NHL trade deadline review
Sports journalist Robert Belardi gives you the end results of the NHL trade deadline. Read more
Leafs’ young bloods give rise to winning ways
The Toronto Maple Leafs have been injected with young blood having the most rookies in their roster and it seems to be paying off so far.  According to fans, the two making the most noise in the NHL are centre Auston Matthews and right winger Mitch Marner. “I have... Read more
Understanding the dark side of head injuries in sports
The issue of concussions in sports has attracted considerable media coverage in recent years. The early focus was on professional football, a game built around high-speed and full contact between heavy, powerful players, but the scope of reporting and research has expanded widely to include sports at every level.... Read more
Women’s league brings fresh face to pro-hockey
Boys dream of lifting the Stanley Cup and girls will aspire to hoist the Clarkson Cup. The future is looking bright for professional women’s hockey in North America. The Canadian Women’s Hockey League (CWHL), wrapped up its seventh season in unprecedented fashion, with the Boston Blades hoisting the Clarkson Cup... Read more
Canadiens’ Price an MVP favourite

Carey Price could be adding another piece of hardware to his trophy case this spring.

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Canada’s Olympic men’s hockey team set for Sochi

Players old and new, injured or not, are on the roster headed to compete in the 2014 Sochi Olympics for men’s hockey.

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Harper’s true patriot love hockey

Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s book on Canada’s favourite game could be viewed as a political move, but experts say if he’s looking to help himself in the coming election, the timing is wrong.

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