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Tiger Woods hits new low


Tiger Woods is now ranked 104th in the world, his lowest ranking since 1996.

NHL: 3 things to know for Monday night


Montreal looks to keep an advantage in the Atlantic division, Calgary is trying to remain in the hunt and Vancouver hopes to fend off a few teams.

Women's hockey world championship gets 2nd referee


Seven years after it was introduced to international men's hockey, the women have two referees and two linesmen for the first time at this year's world championship.

Russian goalkeeper fit to play after flare incident


CSKA Moscow says Russia goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev should be ready to play this weekend after recovering from being hit in the head with a flare during a European Championship qualifying match against Montenegro.

Canada crushes Czech Republic at curling worlds

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Canada defeated the Czech Republic 11-2 on Monday morning to remain unbeaten at the world men's curling championship at Scotiabank Centre.

Habs' Andrei Markov nominated for NHL's Masterton trophy


Montreal Canadiens defenceman Andrei Markov has been nominated as a candidate for the NHL's Bill Masterton Trophy, an award given to players who demonstrate perseverance and sportsmanship in hockey.

Crosby hits NBC analyst with puck


NBC Sports Network analyst Brian Engblom needed stitches after taking a puck to his forehead late in the second period of the Pittsburgh Penguins' 3-2 shootout victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night.

Jets, Senators suffer tough losses: NHL stories


Three Canadian teams battled for position in a crowded playoff race, with Calgary gaining ground, Ottawa slipping behind and Winnipeg remaining in the thick of things despite a loss.

Toews, Blackhawks deal tough loss to Jets


Jonathan Toews deflected in the winning goal with 31 seconds left in regulation as the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 on Sunday.

TFC can't hold tie vs. Real Salt Lake


Jordan Allen scored in the 89th minute and Real Salt Lake picked up its first win of the season, beating Toronto FC 2-1 on Sunday.

Panthers' Jaromir Jagr scores twice in win over Senators


Jaromir Jagr had two goals and Dan Ellis made 25 saves Sunday night as the Florida Panthers defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-2.

Flames inch into playoff spot after beating Predators

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Lance Bouma scored two goals to lead the Calgary Flames to a 5-2 win over the Nashville Predators on Sunday.

Michael Jordan still has game


Michael Jordan sent us on a trip down memory lane by hitting his patented step-back jump shot in a recent game of pickup basketball.

Nguyen's rise at worlds highlights Canada's talent

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The world figure skating championships saw Canadians Duhamel and Radford achieve their goal, while 16-year-old Nam Nguyen gave the country their next men's champion to cheer for.

March Madness: Duke, Michigan St. round out Final Four


Duke and Michigan State advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford golden in Shanghai


Two Canadian skating teams reached the podium at the figure skating world championships while a pole vaulter set a new record and the women's hockey team competed at the world championships.

Canada remains perfect at curling worlds

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Canada improved to 3-0 after victories over China and Sweden at the world men's curling championship in halifax on Sunday.

Pj Kwong, Kurt Browning recap Canada's successful figure skating worlds


Click on the podccast above as CBC Sports figure skating analysts Kurt Browning and Pj Kwong recap the 2015 World Championships from Shanghai, China. They are joined by special guest Carol Lane.

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