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25th Feb 2018 The 2018 Olympics were a big win for Canada
Despite some painful misses in the country's signature sports, the 2018 Winter Games will go down as a resounding victory for the Canadian Olympic team. ...

22nd Feb 2018 2018 NHL trade deadline tracker
Will your team make a bold move, a minor tweak, or stand pat? Catch up on all the deals made ahead of the NHL's trade deadline. ...

25th Feb 2018 IOC president says Calgary has a good case to host 2026 Olympic Games
IOC President Thomas Bach said Calgary has a strong case for hosting the 2026 games. ...

25th Feb 2018 Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir close Olympic curtain with Gord Downie tribute
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir treated the fans in South Korea to what is likely their final skate on Olympic ice, sending a distinctly Canadian message back home. ...

25th Feb 2018 Bruins acquire Rick Nash from Rangers in blockbuster deal
The Boston Bruins continued solidifying their playoff push Sunday by acquiring forward Rick Nash in a multiplayer trade with the New York Rangers. ...

25th Feb 2018 South Korea's final Olympic challenge: keep the lights on
Olympic officials have showered praise on South Korea's Winter Games organisers for staging a successful event against the odds, but they have also left it with a warning: don't leave any white elepha...

25th Feb 2018 No NHL, no problem for Pyeongchang ? but what about Beijing?
While nothing can replace best-on-best in any sport, in many ways, the men's tournament in Pyeongchang was a refreshing change and full to brim with good stories without the NHL's participation. ...

25th Feb 2018 Leafs pick up Tomas Plekanec in trade with rival Canadiens
The Maple Leafs have acquired Tomas Plekanec and forward Kyle Baun from the Montreal Canadiens in exchange for Toronto's 2018 second-round pick as well as prospects Rinat Valiev and Kerby Rychel, the ...

25th Feb 2018 Rock bottom: Canadian curling grapples with disastrous Olympics
The mixed-doubles gold was a great start, but Canadian curling leaves Pyeongchang with a bad taste in its mouth, and questions to answer, after Rachel Homan's and Kevin Koe's teams failed to reach the...

25th Feb 2018 Canadian figure skaters leave lasting legacy in Pyeongchang
The amazing moments for Canadian skating just kept coming in Pyeongchang over the course of the last two weeks. In an unprecedented showing at the Winter Games, Canadians brought home medals in four o...

24th Feb 2018 Light on the Olympics: Images from the Winter Games
CBC photographer Kevin Light has spent that past 16 days in frigid temperatures standing on mountainsides, along luge and bobsleigh tracks and inside arenas to capture some compelling images of Olympi...

25th Feb 2018 Canada's Justin Kripps, sliding teammates raised bar at Olympics
Justin Kripps earned his first Olympic gold medal in two-man bobsleigh with Alex Kopacz to highlight standout performances by Canadian athletes in bobsleigh, luge and skeleton. ...

25th Feb 2018 Canada's Olympic short-track rookies Boutin, Girard ready to reign
Kim Boutin and Samuel Girard showed all is well for Canada's short-track future as veteran power couple Charles Hamelin and Marianne St-Gelais approach the end of their storied careers. ...

24th Feb 2018 Canadian speed skating not quite back on track despite 2 Olympic medals
Canada's long track speed skating team had medal hopes coming into the Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. But after 19 athletes competed in 14 different events over more than two weeks, Dutch ...

25th Feb 2018 Canada's freestyle skiers battled more than just the course
For Philippe Marquis, Justine Dufour-Lapointe, and Dara Howell, the Games weren't so much about the results. They were a test of their will and overcoming adversity. ...

25th Feb 2018 Surprise medals bode well for Canada's snowboard future
Canada's snowboard team hit the slopes and soared to new heights in Pyeongchang. A pair of surprise medallists in Sebastien Toutant and Laurie Blouin helped Canada establish a new record in snowboardi...

25th Feb 2018 Olympic wake-up call: Day 16 news you might have missed from the Winter Games
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight. ...

25th Feb 2018 Canadian Olympian Dave Duncan, wife, Willy Raine fined in car theft, DUI case
Canadian ski cross competitor Dave Duncan and his wife Maja were each fined one million South Korean won ($1,176 Cdn), for their role in a car theft and DUI Saturday in South Korea. Willy Raine, who w...

25th Feb 2018 OAR holds off Germany to win men's hockey gold in OT thriller
?The Olympic Athletes from Russia overcame a pesky German squad for a 4-3 overtime victory to win men's hockey gold. ...

25th Feb 2018 Marit Bjoergen closes historic Olympic career with cross-country gold
Norway's Marit Bjoergen closed out a remarkable Olympic career in dominant fashion, winning the gold medal in the women's 30-kilometre mass start classic in Pyeongchang, South Korea on Sunday. ...

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