Skip to content

National Sports

Thursday's Games

Thursday's Games (All Times Eastern) 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship At Vancouver Russia 4, Denmark 0 Canada 3, Switzerland 2 At Victoria Sweden 5, Slovakia 2 Finland 5, Kazakhstan 0 --- Spengler Cup At Davos, Switzerland Kuopio 3, Trinec 1 Davos
Bemstrom scores twice to lead Sweden past Slovakia 5-2 at world juniors

Bemstrom scores twice to lead Sweden past Slovakia 5-2 at world juniors

VICTORIA — Emil Bemstrom scored twice, including the eventual winner, as Sweden topped Slovakia 5-2 at the world junior hockey championship on Thursday. Erik Brannstrom, Lucas Elvenes and Isac Lundestrom rounded out the scoring for Sweden (2-0).
Dobson scores winner, Canadians down Swiss 3-2 at world juniors

Dobson scores winner, Canadians down Swiss 3-2 at world juniors

VANCOUVER — MacKenzie Entwistle may be the 13th forward on Canada's junior hockey team, but the 19-year-old right-winger isn't concerned about his spot in the lineup.
Canucks score four goals on first six shots to cruise past Oilers for 4-2 win

Canucks score four goals on first six shots to cruise past Oilers for 4-2 win

EDMONTON — The Vancouver Canucks have climbed back to .500, but head coach Travis Green isn't satisfied yet.
Gaudreau notches hat trick as Flames snap three-game skid with 4-1 win over Jets

Gaudreau notches hat trick as Flames snap three-game skid with 4-1 win over Jets

WINNIPEG — Johnny Gaudreau got the hat trick, but he heaped praise on netminder David Rittich. Rittich made 35 saves as the Calgary Flames ended a three-game losing skid with a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price out with lower-body injury

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price out with lower-body injury

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens will be without goaltender Carey Price for their upcoming three-game road trip. The Canadiens announced Thursday that Price will not travel with the team to Florida because of a lower-body injury.
Work still to be done after Canada's 14-0 world junior hockey win: coach

Work still to be done after Canada's 14-0 world junior hockey win: coach

VANCOUVER — A catchy tune by rapper Pitbull may be stuck in the heads of many Canadians after it was played 14 times in the country's first win at this year's world junior hockey championship.
Toronto FC acquires veteran Belgian international defender Laurent Ciman

Toronto FC acquires veteran Belgian international defender Laurent Ciman

Toronto FC, which conceded a franchise-worst 64 goals last season, moved to bolster its defence on Thursday by acquiring veteran Belgian international centre back Laurent Ciman.

Russian anti-doping seeks Putin's help to release lab data

MOSCOW — The head of the Russian Anti-Doping Agency has asked President Vladimir Putin for help in getting key doping data released to World Anti-Doping Agency inspectors.

CFL, CFLPA set to begin collective bargaining talks in the new year

TORONTO — It's the proverbial calm before the storm. Both the CFL and its players are enjoying some down time over the holidays.