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Zac Rinaldo's first goal of the season in the third period was the game-winner on Friday night as the Nashville Predators beat the Calgary Flames 5-3.
Evgenia Tarasova and Vladimir Morozov of Russia won the pairs short program by a wide margin Friday night at Skate America.
Kawhi Leonard had 15 of his 31 points in the third quarter Friday to lead the Toronto Raptors to a 113-101 victory over the Boston Celtics in a marquee Eastern Conference matchup.
Backup quarterback Dominique Davis had three touchdowns on QB sneaks and the Redblacks topped the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 35-31 on Friday in the front half of a home-and-home-set that switches to Hamilton next week.
Canada's figure skaters work extremely hard to perfect their craft and make the most difficult elements look like a walk in the park. Hear straight from the athletes what they find most difficult and why.
Eugenie Bouchard came within two points of reaching her first WTA final in two years before top seed Julia Goerges staged an epic comeback on Friday at the Luxembourg Open, winning 6-7 (3), 7-5, 6-1.
After the team was borderline unwatchable in the 2017-18 season, they are off to an unexpectedly hot start, earning a record of 4-1-1 in their first six games.
Despite initial reports saying otherwise, the Saskatchewan Roughriders organization has announced that defensive end Charleston Hughes will not play in Saturday’s game against the Calgary Stampeders.
With debate ramping up about this week about which player currently stands atop hockey's thrown as "best in the world" after some incredible early-season performances, Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock's went with a tried and tested third option for his pick — Sidney Crosby.
Over 25,000 runners from 70-plus countries, including several elite Canadians, are expected to take part in Sunday's 29th edition of the Toronto Waterfront marathon, half marathon and five-kilometre event that will be lived streamed at CBCSports.ca at 8:45 a.m. ET.
Olympic gold medallist Chandra Crawford was inducted into Canada's Sports Hall of Fame at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on Thursday, joined by Alexandre Despatie, Damon Allen, Dave Keon, Jeff Adams, the late Mary Baker, Dr. Sandra Kirby and Wilton Littlechild.
Referees take centre ice this week on the HNIC Podcast. Why would they choose their line of work? When everything goes perfectly, and they do their job as well as it can be done, theoretically, they go unnoticed. That's the best scenario.
The road to the next Olympic Winter Games may have Beijing as its ultimate destination, but, as Scott Russell writes, the curtain goes up on the winter sport season with one overarching story dominating the winter sport narrative: Will Calgary take the plunge and bid for the Olympics in 2026?
At the start of any post-Olympic Grand Prix season, the question always is about the new names of skaters who could leapfrog to the head of the pack.
The one constant in figure skating is change. Once again this season, athletes and their coaches are being forced to adapt to a new scoring system and new rules that present a fresh set of challenges.