Puck and player tracking to begin in NHL playoffs, says commissioner Bettman

Puck and player tracking is coming to the NHL beginning in the playoffs. Commissioner Gary Bettman said Friday that puck

Ryan Palmer storms to Farmers Insurance Open lead after phenomenal 2nd round

Ryan Palmer had a round as magnificent as the weather at Torrey Pines, making 11 birdies for a 10-under 62

Bucks ride Antetokounmpo to victory in 1st regular-season game played in France

Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and 12 rebounds and the NBA-leading Milwaukee Bucks beat the Charlotte Hornets 116-103 on Friday

NHL skaters embracing chaos of 3-on-3 overtime — just don’t ask the goalies

Victor Hedman fondly recalls the NHL’s first 3-on-3 overtime because it was madness. “It was probably a minute and a

Canadian women, men top Ireland in opening matches at New Zealand Sevens

Canada captain Ghislaine Landry booted her 300th career conversion in a 24-7 win over Ireland at the HSBC New Zealand

How many medals will Canada win at the Tokyo Olympics?

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Republicans seem unmoved by Democrats’ push for witnesses at Trump impeachment trial

Republicans in the U.S. Senate appeared unmoved by the Democratic push for witnesses in U.S. President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial

Room at the top: Is Harper’s legacy a Conservative leadership vacuum?

Stephen Harper left behind a relatively sturdy foundation for his successor to build on. Even in defeat, Harper’s Conservative party

Body recovered from Quebec’s Lac Saint-Jean, 4 snowmobilers still missing

The body of one of the five snowmobilers missing in Quebec’s Lac Saint-Jean region since late Tuesday has been found,

Leafs’ Auston Matthews resting injured wrist, expects to be ready after all-star break

Maple Leafs centre Auston Matthews has been playing with a bum wrist. Judging by his offensive output, it’s hard to

Quebec City man charged with woman’s murder was on day parole for ex-spouse’s brutal slaying

A man charged with killing a Quebec City sex worker was allowed to have what the Parole Board of Canada

34 U.S. soldiers sustained brain injuries from Iran’s strike, Pentagon says

The Pentagon said Friday that 34 U.S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries suffered in this month’s Iranian missile