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Why Paul Henderson's winner in 1972 is Canada's most iconic sports moment
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Remembering the Calgary Flames' 1989 Stanley Cup run
Thirty years ago this week, the Calgary Flames won their first Stanley Cup by beating the Montreal Canadiens. We relived it with those who were there.
From Tragedy to Triumph: The story of the Swift Current Broncos
O’Ree's Hall of Fame induction long overdue and richly deserved
Willie O'Ree was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame Tuesday. It's an honour long overdue and richly deserved.
How an unlikely, unrepeatable streak clinched Canada's last Stanley Cup
Twenty-five years ago, the Montreal Canadiens strung together one of the most impressive overtime streaks in the history of the game, snagging Canada's last Stanley Cup in the process.
Bill Torrey’s best deal was one he refused to make
The easy but imperfect solution to the goaltender interference issue
Upon further review, when it comes to goalie interference in the NHL, it’s painfully obvious we are in need of further review. That’s not breaking news. But we are also in need of subtle change.
The best NHL trade deadline acquisition never wanted to be dealt
It might not be the biggest trade deadline deal ever made, but it was certainly one of the best. Maybe the best and most impactful.
How L’Affaire Lindros gave birth to the NHL's trade call
Today's NHL almost unrecognizable to the one Bettman inherited
Over the past 25 years there have been great successes and growth and a fair share of awkward moments in Gary Bettman's NHL. Not unlike the day he was hired.