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Canucks lose another one
Anze Kopitar scored the winner 48 seconds into overtime Monday as the Los Angeles Kings defeated the Vancouver Canucks 3-2.
Canucks ease to victory over Oilers
Dan Hamhuis and Jannik Hansen scored 18 seconds apart late in the first period Saturday as the Vancouver Canucks cruised to a 6-2 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
The cost of being a Canucks fan
The Vancouver Canucks' home opener against the Edmonton Oilers marks the start of an expensive season for hockey fans this Saturday.
Mason Raymond, Leafs edge Habs in season-opener
Tyler Bozak scored shorthanded and Mason Raymond got the winner in his first game with the Maple Leafs as Toronto spoiled the Montreal Canadiens home opener with a 4-3 NHL victory on Tuesday night.
ARGOS RALLY FROM 21-POINT SECOND HALF DEFICIT TO STUN ESKIMOS
Chad Kackert scored a pair of touchdowns as the Toronto Argonauts won their fourth in a row on the road with a wild 34-22 come-from-behind victory over the Edmonton Eskimos on Saturday. The Argos scored 33 unanswered points in the second half, the fourth
B.C. Lions have backup plans if Lulay can't play
The B.C. Lions are preparing for the possibility that quarterback Travis Lulay won't play in a key game against Saskatchewan because of a shoulder injury, but a decision on who would take the snaps in Lulay's place is still up in the air.
Coyotes' Paul Bissonnette suspended 10 games
Phoenix Coyotes forward Paul Bissonnette was suspended 10 games Monday after he left the team's bench to fight Jordan Nolan of the Los Angeles Kings following the latter’s hit against Coyotes defenceman Rostislav Klesla in Sunday’s pre-season game.
Travis Lulay helps Lions avenge loss to Alouettes
Travis Lulay threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the B.C. Lions beat the Montreal Alouettes 36-14 at home in CFL action Sunday. B.C. improved to 7-4 while avenging a last-second loss in Montreal on Aug. 22.
Argonauts hold off reeling Roughriders
David Lee sacked Darian Durant to prevent a game-tying two-point convert with 14 seconds on the clock and John Chiles caught for a game-high 104 yards as the Toronto Argonauts beat the reeling Saskatchewan Roughriders 31-29 Saturday in a battle of CFL div
Blue Jays rally over Orioles
Colby Rasmus homered for the second day in a row as the Toronto Blue Jays got to Baltimore ace Chris Tillman and defeated the Orioles 4-3 Saturday afternoon.
Ticats' Henry Burris hits milestone in loss to Stampeders
Tiger-Cat quarterback Henry Burris achieved a career 50,000 passing yards but Bo Levi Mitchell's 15-yard touchdown pass to Marquay McDaniel late in the fourth quarter lifted the Calgary Stampeders to a 26-22 win over Hamilton on Friday.
Stirling-Rawdon set to celebrate Kraft Hockeyville
The township of Stirling-Rawdon will host Kraft Hockeyville celebrations on Saturday that feature a NHL pre-season game at Yardmen Arena in Belleville, Ont., between the Washington Capitals and Winnipeg Jets (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7 p.m. ET).
John Tortorella era begins as Canucks begin training camp
The Vancouver Canucks arrived for training camp Wednesday with high expectations following two first-round playoff exits. Fiery new coach John Tortorella is likely to be more demanding than laid-back predecessor Alain Vigneault, the winningest coach in te
Henry Burris, Tiger-Cats fend off Lions
Hamilton quarterback Henry Burris threw four touchdown passes as the Tiger-Cats held on to defeat the B.C. Lions 37-29 in front of 13,101 at the University of Guelph's Alumni Stadium in CFL action Saturday afternoon.
Stampeders crush hapless Eskimos
The Calgary Stampeders won their second game over the Edmonton Eskimos in a five-day span, coming away with a 22-12 victory on Friday night.
Canada jersey unpopular with hockey fans
A leaked photo of Jonathan Toews wearing what is supposedly Team Canada's Jersey for the Sochi Olympics next year has already created some buzz and fanfare around the social media world. Here is what fans had to say on Twitter.
Roberto Luongo arrives in Vancouver looking forward
The goaltender who thought he had played his last game with the Vancouver Canucks was back skating with his old teammates Friday. Roberto Luongo, who spent all of last season expecting to be traded, admitted that it was strange to be back in Vancouver wea
Peter Sagan wins prologue of Tour of Alberta
Pre-race favourite Peter Sagan made a little bit of history Tuesday night when he became the first man to wear the yellow jersey in the inaugural stage of the Tour of Alberta cycling race.
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