Monday night in the NHL features a rumoured retirement announcement in Detroit, a pair of somewhat struggling powerhouses meeting in Pittsburgh and two division opponents heading in opposite directions.CBC.ca
Pat Quinn, who spent more than four decades in the NHL as a player, head coach and general manager, has died in Vancouver after a long illness.CBC.ca
Former Montreal Expos star Pedro Martinez and fellow pitchers Randy Johnson and John Smoltz are among 17 newcomers on baseball's 2015 Hall of Fame ballot.CBC.ca
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats are heading back to the Grey Cup for a second straight year.
Kick returner Brandon Banks returned two punts for touchdowns as the Ticats downed the Montreal Alouettes 40-24 in the Canadian Football League's East Division final at Tim Hortons Field on Sunday to advance to the championship game.
Hamilton will play the Calgary Stampeders, who toppled the Edmonton Eskimos 43-18 at McMahon Stadium later Sunday.
The Grey Cup will be held on Sun. Nov. 30 in Vancouver's B.C. Place Stadium.
Hamilton advanced to the 101st Grey Cup last season but lost to the Saskatchewan Roughriders 45-23 in Regina.
The Ticats have not won the Grey Cup since 1999 at B.C. Place Stadium, where they beat the Stampeders 32-21.
Calgary last played in the Grey Cup in 2012, losing to the host Toronto Argonauts that year 35-22. The Stampeders last won the CFL championship trophy in 2008, when they defeated the Montreal Alouettes 22-14 at Olympic Stadium.
The Stampeders will be the Grey Cup favourite against a team that was 9-9 in the regular season. Calgary was 2-0 versus Hamilton this season with scores of 10-7 and 30-20.
Tiger-Cats head coach Kent Austin is off to his third Grey Cup game as a CFL head coach. He won the '07 contest in his rookie season on the sidelines with Saskatchewan. He then left for the NCAA ranks after that season before returning north to Hamilton last year.
The legendary Russian hockey coach Viktor Tikhonov, whose teams won three Olympic gold medals, has died after an undisclosed long illness. He was 84.CBC.ca
It was a quiet Sunday night around the NHL, but there was still a lot going on with Canadian teams with, the Winnipeg Jets falling, the Montreal Canadiens getting blown out, and the Vancouver Canucks busy with celebrations.CBC.ca
The Toledo Walleye and Evansville Icemen of the East Coast Hockey League wore special hero-themed hockey sweaters on Saturday night as part of a charitable endeavour.CBC.ca
The Vancouver Canucks celebrated Daniel Sedin's 1000th NHL game with a 4-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks with the help of a Jannik Hansen hat trick.CBC.ca
Early in the second quarter of Sunday night's NFL tilt between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. decided he was going to break the laws of physics.CBC.ca
The Montreal Canadiens were held scoreless in a 5-0 blowout victory by the New York Rangers on Sunday.CBC.ca
Two-time Canadian Olympic bobsled champion Kaillie Humphries won her first medal in a four-man event on Sunday, taking silver in the final tune-up race before the start of the World Cup season.CBC.ca
T.Y. Hilton keeps a promise to his newborn daughter, everyone forgets Richard Rodgers (except Aaron Rodgers), and Odell Beckham decides to break space and time. Here are some of your must-see moments from Week 12 in the NFL.CBC.ca
The Calgary Stampeders have advanced to the 102nd Grey Cup with a 43-18 victory over the Edmonton Eskimos on Sunday.CBC.ca
Winnipeg native Ryan Reaves had a goal and Alex Steen had two assists to push the St. Louis Blues past the Jets by a score of 4-2.CBC.ca
Edmonton Oilers fans loudly boo the team following Saturday's embarrassing 7-1 loss at home.CBC.ca
Mike McEwen claimed the National final of the Grand Slam of Curling after defeating Olympic champion Brad Jacobs 5-2.CBC.ca
Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to Dez Bryant, the winner from 13 yards with 1:01 remaining, lifting the Dallas Cowboys to a comeback 31-28 victory over the New York Giants on sunday night.CBC.ca
More than 30 horses died in a stable fire in suburban Chicago over the weekend, with distraught owners of the animals arriving Sunday to lay flowers at the site, a fire department official said.CBC.ca
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