Now that the Crosby Circus has packed up and left Western Canada, George Johnson wants to dispel some preconceived notions. Sid is no Wayne, but he's that rare combo of superstar and working man's hero.
Would you like to be Blues president right now? John Davidson has one tough assignment, but he is reveling in the role.
Sure, Team Canada's world championship team is stocked with talent, but it's Martin Brodeur's presence in net that makes it a favorite.
Instead of opting for Hall of Famers or heavyweights to coach its world championship team, Canada stuck with its roots.
Sure, hockey is Canada's game. But when it comes to the NHL lockout, Canadians are fed up.
A dash of Hitch, a sprinkle of Iron Mike ... what's the recipe for the perfect NHL coach?
Paul Henderson's clinching goal in the '72 Summit Series changed the course of hockey history.
The possible holdouts of Jarome Iginla and Jose Theodore earn little empathy north of the border.
With three teams among the final eight, Canada looks to reclaim its game.
Wayne Gretzky is trying to help Canada recover from the Trauma of '98 without suiting up.