Team Canada's Chelsea Carey defeated Kerry Galusha of the Northwest Territories 7-4 on Tuesday to move into sole possession of third place at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in St. Catharines, Ont.
Follow CBC Sports reporter Devin Heroux's live dispatches from the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in St. Catharines, Ont.
Ontario skip John Epping reached out to Kerry Galusha about helping out with her Yellowknife team two years ago.
Krista McCarville vows her Northern Ontario team is done with larceny, although it has been profitable for them. Her Thunder Bay foursome led last year's Canadian women's curling championship in stolen points with 31, but it was the playoff round whe…
High above the curling sheets in the last row of seats at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines, Ont., you'll find Craig Homan and Art Miskew sitting right beside one another, watching their daughters go for another Scotties Tournament of Hearts titl…
There's a lot being made about the age of the Nova Scotian team at this year's tournament. While the team knows it's an attention-grabbing plot line, they don't want it to define their run at the Scotties.
Manitoba's Michelle Englot maintained a perfect record at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Sunday.
Yellowknife's Kerry Galusha defeated New Brunswick to join the 12-team field at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Ontario's Rachel Homan opened the Canadian women's curling championship Saturday with a 7-5 win in an extra end over defending champion Chelsea Carey.
Life takes a back seat to curling for the Rachel Homan team these days.
Alberta skip Shannon Kleibrink, the 2006 Olympic bronze medallist, is back at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for a fifth time, seeking her first-ever title with a rink that hasn't spent a lot of time together this season outside of their eight eve…
Chelsea Carey returns to the Canadian women's curling championship feeling tighter with her team and oddly rested. Among the bonuses for winning the Scotties Tournament of Hearts is an automatic berth in the next one as Team Canada.
The Continental Cup is leaving Las Vegas for the Forest City. Curling's version of the Ryder Cup will return to Canada in 2018 when London, Ont., hosts the competition at The Sports Centre from Jan. 11-14.
A regional provincial curling championship taking place in Thunder Bay, Ont. this week will determine the team that goes on to represent northern Ontario at this year's Brier, and the field celebrates the sport's past, present and future.
Ashley Howard thinks the Olympics has played into the curling's competitiveness and its new rules, which allow teams to ice one out-of-province player.
Teammates were struck by how cool Auston Matthews remained during a 13-game goal drought at one point this season. The Winnipeg Jets saw something similar in Patrik Laine when things went sideways.
Sometimes when three players click on the same line, the unit becomes bigger than the sum of its parts. In the latest edition of NHL 100, a weekly series from The Canadian Press, we look back at some of the iconic lines in NHL history.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have placed 19-year-old rookie Mitch Marner on injured reserve and recalled centre Frederik Gauthier from the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies.
The pungent stench of hockey gear is unmistakable — an eye-watering and, at times, breathtaking odour that can seem impossible to tackle.
New coach Claude Julien finally got to put the Canadiens through a full workout with no distractions on Monday. It was aimed mostly at convincing his struggling team that tighter defence will lead to more scoring chances on attack.
The NHL has suspended Winnipeg Jets defenceman Jacob Trouba for two games for an illegal check to the head of Ottawa Senators forward Mark Stone.
Two of the more compelling players who may change addresses before the NHL trade deadline next Wednesday are veteran forwards Shane Doan and Jarome Iginla, who both may have enough left to help a contender.
There was no shortage of moments that caught the attention of hockey fans over the last seven days, including Sidney Crosby's newest milestone, Antoine Vermette taking a whack at a linesman, and HBK meeting HBK.
Shayne Gostisbehere's career night helped the Philadelphia Flyers to a morale-boosting 3-2 win at Vancouver on Sunday in their push for a playoff spot.
Connor Brown scored twice, Auston Matthews had a highlight-reel goal on a backhander as he was twirling down to the ice, and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-0 on Sunday night.
When Detroit's Anthony Mantha bumped Sidney Crosby into the boards it was enough to set the Pittsburgh Penguins captain off. The two exchanged rough slashes that put them both in the penalty box.
Josh Morrissey scored the winner early in the third period as the Winnipeg Jets beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on Sunday.
Ottawa Senators winger Bobby Ryan is out indefinitely after injuring his right index finger during Saturday's win against Toronto. The team announced the injury on Sunday.
Montreal Canadiens defenceman Nikita Nesterov crashed feet first into the boards Saturday afternoon at the Bell Centre, which caused him to lose his skate blade and slowly hobble back to the bench.
Canucks fans got another look Saturday night at impressive Calgary Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk, who assisted on Mark Giordano's goal to force overtime in Vancouver, which bypassed the rookie last June to draft defence prospect Olli Juolevi.
The Ottawa Redblacks have acquired veteran quarterback Drew Tate from the Calgary Stampeders for a 2018 fifth-round draft pick.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are in discussions with Vince Young, according to the former NFL quarterback's agent.
The Montreal Alouettes landed one of the top names on the CFL free-agent market Thursday by agreeing to terms with all-star receiver Ernest Jackson on a two-year deal.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats announced Thursday that the team is letting long-time offensive lineman Peter Dyakowski go.
The way the Roughriders have been signing free agents, it was like they got the jump on the competition when the free agent market opened on Tuesday morning. Six players have agreed to terms with Saskatchewan including four on Wednesday.
After Tuesday's flurry of moves as the CFL's free agency period opened, Hamilton and Montreal concentrated on the defensive side of the ball Wednesday with each signing a defensive back.
Darrell K. Smith, a former receiver with the Toronto Argonauts and Edmonton Eskimos, has died. He was 55.
There was a flurry of moves across the CFL as the league's free agency period opened on Tuesday.
American receiver Terrence Toliver, who was set to become a free agent Tuesday, has signed a contract extension to remain with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Last season, he had 65 catches for 1,036 yards and nine touchdowns.
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Montreal Alouettes traded linebackers on Sunday morning, with Hamilton acquiring Nicholas Shortill and Montreal getting Frederic Plesius.
Ottawa Redblacks wide receiver Greg Ellingson, who caught a 98-yard touchdown pass in the 2015 East Division final to send the team to its first Grey Cup, has signed a two-year contract extension.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders reportedly worked out NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel last month in Florida. Problem is, his CFL negotiating rights belong to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Former Calgary Stampeder player and team president Bill Britton has died at 82. Britton died at his Calgary home on Monday, the Stampeders said Thursday in a statement. He played seven CFL seasons for both the Stampeders and the B.C. Lions from 1958…
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats coaching staff includes newcomers Dennis KcKnight (special-teams co-ordinator), Phillip Lolley (linebackers coach, defensive run-game co-ordinator) and William Fields (special-teams, defensive assistant).
Quarterback Darian Durant won't have to wait long to face his former team. Durant will make his Montreal debut June 22 when the Alouettes kick off the 2017 CFL regular season at home against Saskatchewan.