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Lokomotiv Yaroslavl: The team that disappeared
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Remembering Babe Dye, Hamilton's heavy-shot Hall of Famer
Born in Hamilton in 1898, Babe Dye went on to win the Toronto St. Pats their only Stanley Cup. And he did it with a shot more powerful than any that came before him.
'Pioneer' Ted Lindsay changed the game on and off the ice
Big Read: The fiercely competitive life of Wimbledon's ballboys and girls
Tennis takes centre stage, but it’s not the only on-court action at the All England Club. Inside the fiercely competitive life of Wimbledon's ballboys and girls.
Mike Keenan on coaching future and current NHL superstars
Arguably one of the most controversial coaches of the past 30 years, Mike Keenan is remembered as much for his victories and defeats as he is for his quarrels with NHL stars.
When the Game is Gone: Ryan Freel's tragic end
Fall of the Boogeyman: Derek Boogaard's final days
Friends talk about the pain, the depression, and the drugs that toppled the NHL’s most feared enforcer. Piecing together Derek Boogaard’s final days.
Gordie Howe: All in the Family
For all his awards, honours and Stanley Cups, Gordie never had more fun in hockey than he did suiting up and skating alongside his boys.
Big Read: A Year and a Half on the Ropes
Rock Star: Jennifer Jones's next shot at glory
In the 24 years since joining forces, Jennifer Jones and Jill Officer have done a lot of winning. But more than that, they’ve done what few curlers have managed to do in a quarter of a century of play: They’ve stuck together.