Cammie Granato, Geraldine Heaney and Angela James made women's hockey history Thursday.
There's never been a Pittsburgh Penguins season like this, not even close.
Penguins owner-captain Mario Lemieux will not play for the Canadian Olympic hockey team. He suggests the team should consider Sidney Crosby, Jason Spezza and Eric Staal.
With Steve Yzerman out of the running for Team Canada, one question remains: what about Mario Lemieux?
Mario Lemieux said Monday that only the Canadian players who are playing well when the team is announced in late December should make the Olympic team.
Ryan Smyth, a.k.a. Captain Canada, hopes his national pride also helps bring the Cup back to Edmonton.
Mario Lemieux, Steve Yzerman and Joe Sakic headline a list of 36 players invited to a training camp for Canada's hockey team for the 2006 Winter Olympics.
Mario Lemieux said NHL players are all but certain to get a much worse deal in the soon-to-be-approved labor agreement than they would have gotten by accepting the owners' offer in February.
Mario Lemieux, Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic and Mats Sundin aren't playing in the world hockey championship, but the tournament still is loaded with stars thanks to the NHL lockout.
Who needs Mario Lemieux, Joe Sakic and Steve Yzerman when you've got Joe Thornton, Dany Heatley and Rick Nash?
Mario Lemieux will likely skip the upcoming hockey world championships in Austria, but the player-owner of the Pittsburgh Penguins hasn't ruled it out completely.
Penguins star Mario Lemieux, who has missed four straight games and six of the last seven with a groin injury, hopes to return soon to the Pittsburgh Penguins' lineup.
The 37-year-old Pittsburgh Penguins star is thriving in the league's new obstruction-free environment, piling up goals and assists with almost effortless ease the way he did 10 years ago.
Mario Lemieux welcomes the news the NHL finally seems serious about eliminating obstruction, making the game more wide open and allowing its stars to score more goals.
ESPN.com users submit their views on the season-ending injury to Mario Lemieux.
ESPN.com users don't question Mario Lemieux's ability, but they do question his motives.