For the Great One, it was a snapshot of future greatness. Times two.
Former NHLer Wojtek Wolski is in intensive care with a broken neck after crashing awkwardly into the boards during a KHL game Thursday in Magnitogorsk, Russia.
Wayne Gretzky never really left Edmonton because his bronze statue was always welcoming Oilers’ fans to the House That 99 built at Rexall Place, but now The Great One is back in the flesh.
The female AAA Pembina Valley Hawks brought home a 3-1 record in their second tournament of the season.
Here we go again. Another year, another player demanding a trade from the team that drafted him.
The traditionalist in Mike Babcock popped up on Tuesday morning.
The Edmonton Oilers unveiled their new mascot, Hunter, and he's become the recently hunted -- online, at least.
Canada Post announced the other day that Sidney Crosby’s image is going to be on a stamp.
Saturday night. Hockey Night in Canada. Canada-Russia. On home soil. In front of a raucous red-and-white clad capacity crowd at the Air Canada Centre and a national television audience watching at home from coast to coast.
They won the final game of the round robin. But it came with an asterisk. And now we wait.
It wasn’t the first time Todd McLellan had been asked the question. But like the day before and the day before that, he once again had to revise his answer.
In the early days of training camp in Ottawa two weeks ago, after the majority of reporters had fled the Team Canada dressing room, Sidney Crosby took a moment to reflect on what it meant to wear that red-and-white maple leaf on his chest while playing on home soil.
Team Canada has lost the services of Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin for the World Cup of Hockey.
With his icy stare and surly on-ice mood, beefy 6-foot-4 Shea Weber comes by his "Man-Mountain" nickname honestly.
After being snubbed from Team Canada’s original 23-man roster, Corey Perry will now be playing in the World Cup.
They are Team Canada moments frozen in time and entrenched in our memories.
Hockey’s ultimate prize has once again made a stop in Winkler, as Eric Fehr brought the cup to the Southland Mall July 20. Thousands of fans got a chance for a photo with the cup and Pittsburgh Penguins player, as well as an opportunity to purchase an autographed picture or T-shirt.
There are moments indelibly stamped on his brain, maybe too many to mention. Memories he’ll take to his grave.Mario Lemieux jumping into his own swimming pool with his clothes on at the team party was one.Having his parents come down to the ice to join in that deliriously wonderful post-game celebration, another.Holding his daughter Elizabeth, or E
Sports radio host Vincent Cauchon says he remembers being criticized at a Quebec City convenience store for buying Molson beer products — 20 years after the brewer vetoed plans for the Nordiques to enter the NHL in the late 1970s.