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Canucks can't buy a goal in loss to Stars
Kari Lehtonen stopped 27 saves for his second shutout of season and the 29th of his career as the Dallas Stars defeated Vancouver 2-0 on Wednesday to extend the Canucks' losing streak to five games.
Panthers beat Caps in NHL-record 20-round shootout
Nick Bjugstad scored the game-winning goal in the longest shootout in NHL history to lift the Florida Panthers over the Washington Capitals 2-1 on Tuesday night. Bjugstad's goal came in the 20th round.
NHL teams battle mumps
The Vancouver Canucks are doing everything they can to avoid an outbreak of mumps in their dressing room as the illness spreads through the National Hockey League. It’s believed that 14 NHL players now have contracted the illness.
Kaillie Humphries 5th in Lake Placid Bobsled race
Elana Meyers Taylor and Cherrelle Garrett set both the track and start records in winning the opening women's World Cup bobsled race breaking Kaillie Humphries track record by 0.35 seconds in the first run.
Historic hockey stick awed NHL legends
Mark O'Connell, owner of the world's oldest manufactured hockey stick, has brought his piece of history to the front doors of Sidney Crosby and Stephen Harper, with unexpected results.
Vanier Cup: Montreal Carabins outlast McMaster Marauders
Sean Erlington ran in a fourth-quarter touchdown and Louis-Philippe Simoneau kicked the game-winning field goal as the University of Montreal Carabins won the Vanier Cup on Saturday with a 20-19 comeback win over the McMaster Marauders.
CFL names Solomon Elimimian most outstanding player
History was made at the CFL awards banquet Thursday when B.C. Lions linebacker Solomon Elimimian was named the league's most outstanding player. Elimimian becomes the first pure defensive player to capture the award. He also won for most outstanding defen
Gilles Tremblay, Canadiens stalwart, dies at 75
Former Montreal forward Gilles Tremblay, who won four Stanley Cups with the Canadiens in the 1960s, has died at age 75. The Canadiens reported Tremblay's death on their official Twitter account.
Gordie Howe a bit better, son Mark tells Detroit Free Press
Mark Howe told the Detroit Free Press today that his dad, Gordie, has shown minor improvements and "isn't in so much pain anymore." Although Howe, 86, remains mostly quiet and immobile, the family was able to get him out of bed "to a living room chair" fo
Steven Pinizzotto scores first NHL goal
Steven Pinizzotto first hit the ice as a junior hockey player for the Oakville Blades in the 2000-01 season. On Wednesday night in Edmonton, some 14 years later, he scored his first National Hockey League goal.
Buffalo snowstorm causing problems for Bills' game
The Buffalo Bills are looking for anyone with a snow shovel and plenty of spare time. With 4 feet of snow having fallen at Ralph Wilson Stadium over the past two days, the Bills are racing the clock and Mother Nature to have the facility cleared in time t
Sabres Patrick Kaleta forced to take snow day
While parts of Buffalo only received a few inches of snow, Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta was unable to escape the four feet that blanketed his home in Hamburg, N.Y., and missed the Sabres' home game Tuesday night against the San Jose Sharks.
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