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A Ducks fan who is quietly confident whilst dreading the worst

Only a few more days until October and we all know what that means…

Matt’s mind: “It’s going to get mighty cold in the UK.” 2,225 more words


Gordie Howe, the hometown boy, finds his resting place in Saskatoon

Gordie Howe’s dying wish came true Sunday.

The hockey great went home, with wife Colleen, to a final resting place on the Saskatchewan prairie.

Their ashes are forever mingled, set into the base of the Saskatoon statue that bears his likeness, in the city that gave him life and built him into a man. 908 more words


Teammates threw down after a questionable hit resulted in a concussion

Ottawa Senators Bobby Ryan and Patrick Sieloff got into a scuffle during a scrimmage Sunday after Sieloff laid a hit so menacing on winger Clarke MacArthur that it resulted in a concussion. 199 more words


Condon's off-season puck-tracking work pays off in scrimmage

Mike Condon is looking for every edge possible as he battles to keep his job as Carey Price’s backup and that’s why he spent part of his summer slapping away at a board filled with flashing lights. 609 more words


Could Team Europe really beat Canada? It would take an upset of miraculous proportions

TORONTO — When examining the David vs. Goliath World Cup matchup that pits the heavy underdogs of Team Russia versus the overwhelming favourites that make up Team Canada, let’s remember that there already has been a miracle in the world of team sports earlier this year. 975 more words


Team Europe stuns Sweden on Tomas Tatar overtime goal, will face Canada in World Cup final


September 24, 2016

TORONTO — Time to start digging up all those classic Team Canada-Team Europe battles on the international stage.

Wait, never mind. 399 more words