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The Montreal Canadiens made the most confusing draft pick of the night, and it had nothing to do with the player's on-ice ability.
The 2021 NHL Draft gets underway on Friday. Follow along for the latest updates.
Suddenly, all those long years of early morning drives to practices and weekends spent on the road don’t seem like much of a sacrifice at all.
An administrative error cost a pair of athletes a chance to live their Olympic dream.
China's Qian Yang won the first gold medal of the 2020 Toyko Olympics, thanks to a late rally in women's 10-meter air rifle.
The Vancouver Canucks and Arizona Coyotes made a big splash hours before the 2021 NHL Draft.
The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired a new No. 1 defenseman in Seth Jones.
The drama never ends in Green Bay.
The Devils drafted Luke Hughes on Friday, and no one was more excited than his brother Jack.
16 members of Canadian Olympian Skylar Park's family have black belts in taekwondo. Park's grandmother says she doesn’t need a black belt because everyone else can protect her.
The Sabres will now have two picks in the first round after finding someone to take polarizing blueliner Rasmus Ristolainen off their hands.
The New York Rangers continued their offseason makeover Friday by trading fourth-leading scorer Pavel Buchnevich to the St. Louis Blues.
Algerian judoka Fethi Nourine said that his political support for Palestine made it impossible for him to compete against his Israeli opponent.
The former player also claims that he was bullied by teammates and repeatedly targeted with homophobic slurs once details of the alleged assault emerged.
A pool in Lebanon proved to be inspirational for Canadian swimming veteran Brent Hayden.
Her caddie called it an easy day on the greens.
While Canadians will be cheering for all athletes sporting the maple leaf in Tokyo, here's a look at a handful who have high expectations to medal at the Games.
MBC, a major network in South Korea, used a photo of a pizza to represent Italian athletes and a photo of Chernobyl for Ukrainian athletes during the Opening Ceremony on Friday.
A look at what's happening around the majors today: ___ GUARDIANS OF THE GAME After more than 100 years, the Cleveland Indians are getting a new name — the team will be called the Guardians next season. The name change, which has its supporters and critics among Cleveland’s fan base, ends months of internal discussions triggered by a national reckoning for institutions and teams to drop logos and names considered racist. “We do feel like we’re doing the right thing and that’s what’s driving this
YOKOHAMA, Japan — Jenna Caira delivered one of her devastating change-ups. The Canadian reliever did it again. And again. Five in all. Each one fouled off in Tokyo's searing summer heat. Up 0-2 in the count Saturday on Australia's Taylah Tsitsikronis, who had moments earlier smacked starter Sara Groenewegen's final offering just wide of the left-field foul pole for what would have been a second-inning grand slam, Caira couldn't quite get one past her locked-in adversary. The 32-year-old from Tor