The passion was there without the arrogance, but only time will tell if new Vancouver Canucks head coach John Tortorella will change his combative ways.
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After convincing wins over Japan, Mexico and Italy in the first round of the Confederations Cup, Brazil is once again the talk of international football. But looking past South American rivals Uruguay on Wednesday would be a big mistake, writes Nigel Reed.
Repeating as Grey Cup champion is so difficult in the CFL, but the Toronto Argonauts might have enough to take a run at it, even with a rebuilt defence, writes Malcolm Kelly.
Cancuks players, fans, and media will experience a shift in coaching from the personable Alain Vigneault, to what’s been described as “the wrath of Torts.” Watch John Tortorella’s greatest exchanges with the media ahead of today’s press conference in Vancouver.
Captain Jonathan Toews came through when it mattered most for the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks, writes CBCSports.ca’s Tim Wharnsby.
This could be the year the B.C. Lions, Calgary Stampeders and Saskatchewan Roughriders widen the gap on the Edmonton Eskimos in the CFL West Division, writes Malcolm Kelly.
The Bruins’ Patrice Bergeron and the Blackhawks’ Jonathan Toews are struggling with injuries while the TD Garden ice tries to handle the brutal Boston heat ahead of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final on Monday night, reports Tim Wharnsby (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 7:30 p.m. ET).
The status of Boston’s Patrice Bergeron for Game 6 remains uncertain, but Chicago is optimistic Jonathan Toews will play, writes CBCSports.ca’s Tim Wharnsby.
In tournament soccer one thing counts – results. How they are achieved is secondary to the outcome, and if Spain hopes to repeat its Euro success, it can’t afford to get complacent, writes Nigel Reed.
The Blackhawks are optimistic Jonathan Toews will play in Game 6, while the status of Boston’s Patrice Bergeron remains uncertain, writes CBCSports.ca’s Tim Wharnsby.