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Canada's Serwa and Phelan win gold, silver in women's ski cross


Canada's Marielle Thompson won't defend her Olympic title in the women's ski cross competition after falling early in her first race Thursday.

What to watch today at the Olympics: Feb. 22-23


Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond and Gabrielle Daleman attempt to chase down Alina Zagitova and Evgenia Medvedeva in this evening's women's free skate.

Carey Price out indefinitely with concussion


The Montreal Canadiens announced on Thursday that goaltender Carey Price is out indefinitely after suffering a concussion.

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'Enough is enough': Panthers' Luongo leads tribute to victims of Florida school shooting


Florida Panthers goaltender Roberto Luongo spoke before Thursday's game in Florida regarding last week's deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in nearby Parkland, Fla.


USTA found 'mostly liable' for Eugenie Bouchard's locker room fall


The United States Tennis Association has been found mostly liable for when Canadian player Eugenie Bouchard slipped on a wet locker room floor and hit her head at the 2015 U.S. Open in New York.


Coyotes sign goaltender Darcy Kuemper to 2-year extension


The Arizona Coyotes signed Darcy Kuemper to a two-year contract extension Thursday, a day after acquiring the goalie from the Los Angeles Kings. Financial terms were not disclosed.


Bruins trade Frank Vatrano to Panthers for 3rd-round pick


The Boston Bruins stayed active as the NHL trade deadline nears, dealing forward Frank Vatrano to the Florida Panthers on Thursday for a third-round pick in the June draft.


Canadiens' Shea Weber out for year with torn tendon in left foot


Montreal Canadiens star defenceman Shea Weber will miss the remainder of the regular season because of a torn tendon in his left foot, the team announced Thursday.


A curling Miracle on Ice? U.S. ends Canada's bid for gold


Exactly 38 years to the day that the American men's hockey team stunned the Soviet Union, U.S. skip John Shuster pulled off a lesser, but still startling, upset to knock Canada out of curling title contention at the Winter Olympics.



American twins key women's hockey gold-medal win over Canada


Long before they scored the game-tying goal and the shootout winner in the Americans' dramatic gold-medal hockey win over Canada, twin sisters Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson and Monique Lamoureux-Morando played out their golden moment in…


Canada's gold-medal hopes in men's curling dashed by U.S.


Canada's run of men's curling gold at the Winter Olympics ended at three Thursday with a 5-3 semifinal loss to American John Shuster in Gangneung, South Korea.


American hockey women deserve to be Olympic champions


The Olympic gold-medal game between Canada and the United States was a thrilling 3-2 shootout affair won by the Americans on Thursday in Pyeongchang. But make no mistake, the best team won the game according to CBC Sports hockey writer…


U.S. wins women's hockey gold in shootout to end Canadian Olympic reign


Canada's reign as four-time Olympic women's hockey champions ended in a 3-2 shootout loss to the United States at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.


Canada's Marie-Philip Poulin delivers devastating hit in women's gold-medal game

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Canadian captain Marie-Philip Poulin wasn't penalized after hitting Brianna Decker of the U.S. in the head, during the third period.


Wednesday, Feb 21

Team Canada embraces its identity to advance to men's hockey semis


If there was any doubt how much this Olympic opportunity means to this bunch of unheralded Canadian journeymen hockey players, all you had to do was watch the final 90 seconds of their determined quarter-final victory over Finland.

Olympic medal dreams dashed for Team Homan


It was their dream — all four members of Rachel Homan's rink — to curl for Canada at the Olympics and bring home a medal, shedding tears of joy after qualifying. But when their hopes of a curling medal were dashed in a loss to Great…

Tuesday, Feb 20

It's do or die now for Rachel Homan


After a fourth loss in the Olympic women's curling tournament on Tuesday, Rachel Homan must win her final two round-robin games or else become the first Canadian skip to miss the medal round. Standing in her way is a team coached by a…

There will never be another Virtue and Moir


For CBC Sports analyst Pj Kwong, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are the greatest ice dance team of all-time. They proved it again at the Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. More importantly, the Canadian duo reached a level that won't…

Virtue, Moir claim ice dance gold in thrilling finale

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Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have won gold after an overall record-breaking performance at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Canada's Cassie Sharpe wins gold in women's ski halfpipe

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Canada's Cassie Sharpe has won gold, dominating the women's ski halfpipe Tuesday morning in Pyeongchang. The Comox, B.C., native put up her best score of 95.80 in her second run.

Monday, Feb 19

Canada's Kripps, Kopacz tie Germany for 2-man bobsleigh gold

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Pilot Justin Kripps and brakeman Alexander Kopacz clinched the Canadian duo's first bobsleigh podium at the Olympics, sharing the gold medal with Germany on Monday in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Olympic wake-up call: Day 10 news you might have missed from the Winter Games


Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today.

Sunday, Feb 18

Sport court confirms Russian medallist under investigation for doping

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Russian bronze medallist Alexander Krushelnitsky has surrendered his accreditation and departed the Olympic Village amid a doping probe, according to Reuters.