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Unlikely heroes lift Penguins, Sharks to Stanley Cup Final
The San Jose Sharks and the Pittsburgh Penguins have fought their way to the 2016 Stanley Cup Final thanks to a combination of all-star talent and strong performances from under-the-radar players.
Stronger De Grasse to face sprint elite in Oregon
Former Olympic 100-metre champion Donovan Bailey says Canada's Andre De Grasse will step up to the challenge Saturday against the world's top sprinters at a Diamond League meet in Eugene, Oregon (CBC, CBCSports.ca, 4 p.m. ET).
Raptors vs. Cavaliers: Keys to Game 6
They're coming off a devastating loss in Cleveland, but the Raptors have been counted out before in the Eastern Conference final, only to regroup and tie the NBA playoff series at home. Here's what Toronto must do to repeat that in Game 6 on Friday night (8:30 p.m. ET).
Olympic hopefuls rejoin Canada's World Cup canoe-kayak team
Recently qualified Adam van Koeverden and Olympic hopeful Mark Oldershaw rejoin Canada's canoe-kayak roster for the second event of ICF World Cup this weekend in Racice, Czech Republic.
Top Canadian moments at Indy 500 evoke joy, controversy, heartache
James Hinchcliffe won the pole position for the historic 100th running of the event last Sunday. With the race just days away, here's a look at some of the biggest Indianapolis 500 moments involving Canadians.
Canada follows anti-doping rules as cheaters prosper
While Canada at least attempts to play "clean" with its stringent anti-doping system, some other countries continue to mock international rules on drug use by athletes while reaping the rewards — at least in the short term.
Rafael Nadal withdraws from French Open with wrist injury
Nine-time champion Rafael Nadal said on Friday that he is pulling out of the French Open because of an injury to his left wrist.
Slava Voynov named to Russian roster, status for World Cup unclear
Former Los Angeles Kings defenceman Slava Voynov is no sure thing to play in the World Cup of Hockey despite being named to Russia's final roster on Friday.
Milos Raonic overcomes sore hip to advance at French Open
Bothered a bit by his hip, and despite some trouble closing things out, Canada's Milos Raonic moved into the fourth round of the French Open for the second time in three years with a straight-sets win over Andrej Martin of Slovakia on Friday.
Jose Mourinho hired to revive fading Man United
Manchester United has hired Jose Mourinho as its new manager, entrusting one of soccer's most successful coaches to restore the fortunes of England's most prestigious club. United announced the long-expected appointment of Mourinho on an initial three-year contract on Friday, four days after firing Louis van Gaal.
Hockey World Cup: Russia, Czech Republic, Finland, Sweden submit final rosters
The Czech Republic will have to do without star winger Jaromir Jagr at the World Cup of Hockey after the 44-year-old declined an offer to play. Russia added three NHL based defenceman to its World Cup roster and Finland named forward Patrik Laine among the seven players added to its roster for the tournament that opens Sept 17.
23 athletes test positive in reanalysis of London Olympics doping samples
The International Olympic Committee confirmed on Friday that 23 athletes have been caught in retests of doping samples from 2012 London Olympics.