KELOWNA, B.C. - On the heels of a pressure-cooker Sochi Olympic campaign, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford set a simple goal for this season — to enjoy skating, and not focus on winning.
SELKIRK, Man. - Calgary's Kevin Koe put up five points in the sixth end en route to a 10-1 win over Saskatoon's Steve Laycock in Draw 13 action at the Masters Grand Slam of Curling on Friday night.
OTTAWA - It wasn't the way the Ottawa Redblacks wanted their final home game of their inaugural season to play out, but it ended in very similar fashion to most other games at TD Place this season.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Toronto Maple Leafs found out less than an hour before the start of their game Friday night in Columbus that forward Joffrey Lupul would be out indefinitely after breaking his right hand in a fall at practice the day before.
PARIS - You can excuse Canada's Milos Raonic for keeping his emotions in check Friday after arguably the biggest win of his tennis career.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Vancouver Canucks forward Alexandre Burrows has been suspended for three games without pay by the NHL for his late, illegal check to the head of Montreal Canadiens defenceman Alexei Emelin.
MONTREAL - What appeared so distant two months ago can become a reality Sunday for Tom Higgins and the Montreal Alouettes.
CHICAGO - Right after Joe Maddon opted out of his contract with Tampa Bay, the Chicago Cubs were mentioned as a possible landing spot for one of baseball's best managers.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without left wing Joffrey Lupul, who broke a bone in his right hand in a fall at practice on Thursday.
EDMONTON - This season's dynamic turnaround by the Edmonton Eskimos has them in the CFL playoffs and in position to secure second place in the West Division with a victory Saturday over the visiting B.C. Lions.
CALGARY - The leaders of the Calgary Stampeders offence insist they want to go the distance Saturday against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
OTTAWA - At various points this season, Ottawa rookies Mike Hoffman, Curtis Lazar and Mark Stone have spent time in the press box watching their teammates play.
SAN FRANCISCO - Under grey skies and a steady mist, tens of thousands of San Francisco Giants fans watched their favourite players take photos, wave and mug for the crowd from atop double-decker buses, as the team's victory parade wound through downtown on its way to City Hall.