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Multimedia Wheelchair curler Sonja Gaudet has been named as Canada's flag-bearer for the Sochi Paralympic Games opening ceremony. Gaudet says the event sends a global message to look beyond what the athletes are missing and see their ability. A team
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook This winter, Lesley Isaacs enrolled three of her kids in hockey and two of them fell in love with the sport. As a parent, finding an activity that engages her kids makes the East York resident happy. But as
Russia (AP) Steve Yzerman was stuck in an elevator while the maple leaf flag was raised to the Bolshoy Ice Dome rafters Sunday. The architect of Canada's dominant Olympic hockey team was disappointed to miss that magic moment after the team's
Video Video video Because international rules and referees call for strict penalties for fighting, the players will have to focus on playing hockey which isn't always the case for NHL games (remember that line brawl that broke out as soon as the puck
Carolina Hurricanes' Elias Lindholm (16) shoots the puck past Ottawa Senators goalie Robin Lehner (40) for a goal during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Raleigh, N.C., Sunday, Nov. 24, 2013. AP Market View Ron MacLean and Don Cherry on CBC'
Some of the richest, most famous athletes at the Sochi Olympics are on Canada's hockey team. But guys like Sidney Crosby (who makes $16.5 million per year ) won't get preferential treatment when it comes to accommodations in the Olympic Village.
Comments Save to mystar Share on Facebook This is getting a bit silly. Here we are, basically two weeks before the Canadian men's Olympic team plays its first game, and Steven Stamkos isn't yet cleared to practice after being sidelined since
A record 98 underclassmen, including Johnny Manziel and Jadeveon Clowney, have made themselves eligible for the NFL draft in May. The league released the list of early entrants Sunday and said the number has risen six consecutive seasons...Also, four
Sidney Crosby will captain the Canadian hockey team at the Olympics. After the Pittsburgh Penguins star scored the gold-medal-winning overtime goal against the United States in Vancouver four years ago, he's the natural choice in Sochi.
So let's forget 1984 and Canada's fourth-place finish for a few minutes, a finish that has left Dineen hungry for something much shinier next month in Russia. Dineen had no idea that he would be headed to Sochi even at the beginning of this NHL