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Canadian women's goalie Shannon Szabados has agreed to a contract with the Columbus Cottonmouths of the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Capitals star center Nicklas Backstrom sat out Team Sweden's gold medal game against Canada. Reports say he has a migraine headache.
It's the final chapter of Canada's most successful ice dance story.
When Patrick Chan was a young boy, the first thing he'd do when he arrived for skating lessons at Toronto's Granite Club was scan the rink for his coach.
Imagine if the NBA or college basketball decided one overtime was enough. Let's just go to a free-throw shooting contest. Or if baseball said hey, after two extra innings we're going to turn this into Home Run Derby! Bogus. Gimmick. Any other synonym that comes to mind.
Alex Ovechkin, the Capitals' dynamic winger, looked not too long ago like his place at the top of the list was being usurped by an impressive array of newcomers. But as the days wind down on 2013, Ovechkin, 28, has regained his place at the top as the Great 8 and is leaving no room for argument.
A man charged with plotting an attack on a train line in Canada is trying to find an attorney who can successfully convince the judge to try his case based on the Koran, not secular court law.
It started almost two decades ago with a $20 hockey stick once wielded by a forgotten player for a string of mediocre teams.
R.A. Dickey said the pictures and literature couldn't have prepared him for the young boy who approached him last week on one of the squalid streets of Mumbai's red-light district.