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2014 National Lacrosse League: St. Paul, MN: Buffalo Bandits at Minnesota Swarm (CANADA VIEWERS)

The Buffalo Bandits (8-6) visit the Minnesota Swarm (3-12) at Xcel Energy Center on Saturday, April 12. For Buffalo, the second-place Bandits will look to clinch at least one home playoff game while Minnesota tries to stay alive in the postseason race in the East Division. 

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Canada vs Scotland

Canada wins their final match in Pool play, 7-5 over Scotland. Canada moves onto the finals ranked 2nd and Scotland finishes ranked 9th.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Scotland vs. Canada

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: USA vs Canada

In the Pool Play, Canada improves to 5-1 (ranked 2nd) and Team USA is now 2-5 (ranked 11th), as Canada gets the win 7-4.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Canada vs. USA

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 NLL: Langley, British Columbia: Buffalo Bandits at Vancouver Stealth (Canada)

The Vancouver Stealth welcome the Buffalo Bandits to the LEC turf for the first time. Catch the Stealth as they look to stall NLL legend John Tavares this Saturday on Universalsports.com.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: Gold Medal

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: Bronze Medal

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2014 Rugby Sevens World Series: Japan: USA vs Canada

In the Plate Semi-Final, Team USA holds Canada scoreless in the second half to win 28-15, and they advance to the Plate Final.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: Semifinal

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2014 WCF World Women’s Curling Championship: Top Canada shots

In the playoff match against Switzerland, Skip Racjel Homan (CAN) hits a nice double, but second, Alison Kreviazuk (CAN) pulls off two amazing triples, helping Canada win 8-3.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: Playoffs 1 vs. 2

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: Denmark vs. Sweden

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2014 Women’s Curling Championship: USA Concedes to Canada

The American Curling Team conceded to Canada at the 6th end with a score of 9-3.

2014 World Women’s Curling Championships: Saint John, Canada: USA vs. Canada

Twelve of the top women’s teams in the world will take part with play continuing through Sunday March 23, when the medals will be decided.

2013 Skate Canada: Gracie Gold’s Short Program

American Gracie Gold leads by 2.56, over Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS), posting the highest short program score, and her personal best at 69.45 points.

Canada edges United States to reach final

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/JIM YOUNG (Reuters) – Canada squeezed past arch-rivals the United States 1-0 on Friday to reach the final of the Sochi Winter Games men’s ice hockey competition as they bid to successfully defend their 2010 Olympic crown. Sweden, 2-1 winners over Finland in the other semi-final, will face off against Canada on Sunday to […]

Canada, Germany strike winter gold, Russia basks in skating glory

PHOTO CREDIT: REUTERS/MARKO DJURICA (Reuters) – Canada and Germany added to their gold medal hauls at the Winter Olympics on Monday, while Russia basked in the afterglow of its first title of the Games after the team figure skating victory captivated the host nation. The inaugural team event, decided at a packed Iceberg Skating Palace in Sochi on […]

2014 Rugby Sevens World Series: Wellington: USA vs Canada

In pool play on day one, Canada moves to 2-0 in pool play looking to move on to the Cup Quarter Finals and Team USA is now 0-2 and looking at the Bowl Quarter Finals, losing 29-12.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Stoneham, Quebec, Canada: Slopestyle

Slopestyle, big air and halfpipe will feature technical aerials, stylish maneuvers and snowboardcross. Parallel giant slalom & parallel slalom will show athletes going head to head to crown the fastest snowboarder on the slopes of Stoneham Mountain.

2014 FIS Snowboard World Cup: Stoneham, Quebec, Canada: Halfpipe

Slopestyle, big air and halfpipe will feature technical aerials, stylish maneuvers and snowboardcross. Parallel giant slalom & parallel slalom will show athletes going head to head to crown the fastest snowboarder on the slopes of Stoneham Mountain.

Women’s Ice Hockey: Toronto, Canada: USA v. Canada

Canada’s National Women’s Team will face the United States in Calgary and Toronto, Ont., as part of a six-game series that will help the team prepare for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

2013 Snowboard World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Snowboard Cross

The 2013 Lake Louise Snowboard Cross World Cup is the first year for this new annual event; where we bring world class competition to the adventure capital of Canada.

USA Women’s Ice Hockey v. Canada

USA Hockey brings the USA vs. Canada Olympic Exhibition Game, featuring the U.S. Women’s National Hockey Team, to Xcel Energy Center on December 12th.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Ladies Super G

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Ladies Super G

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Luge World Cup: Whistler, Canada: Women’s Runs And Team Relay

Catch the world’s top luge athletes as they compete at the Whistler Sliding Centre in the lead up to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The competition will be fierce as Olympic hopefuls take to the track!

2013 FIS Freestyle Skiing World Cup: Nakiska, Canada: Ski Cross

The Nakiska event will be the first test of the season for ski cross athletes who will be pushing hard to score top results early as we move towards the January 20th cut-off of the Olympic qualification period for the Sochi 2014 Winter Games.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Saturday Ladies Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Saturday Ladies Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Luge World Cup: Whistler, Canada: Doubles Runs 1 And 2

Catch the world’s top luge athletes as they compete at the Whistler Sliding Centre in the lead up to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games. The competition will be fierce as Olympic hopefuls take to the track!

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Friday Ladies’ Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Friday Ladies Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Men’s Super G

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Men’s Super G

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Men’s Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Alpine Skiing World Cup: Lake Louise, Canada: Men’s Downhill

Lake Louise World Cup was the first downhill course outside of Europe to be invited to join the prestigious Club 5. Club 5 is a union of leading alpine ski race organizers and designates Lake Louise as 1 of 15 classic downhill courses in the world.

2013 Bobsled World Cup: Calgary, Canada: Day 2

Built for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, Canada Olympic Park annually hosts World Cup and America’s Cup competitions. The top of the track looks over the skyline of this fast-growing oil boomtown. Calgary has twice hosted the FIBT World Championship.

2013 FIBT Bobsled World Cup: Calagary, Canada: Day 1

Built for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, Canada Olympic Park annually hosts World Cup and America’s Cup competitions. The top of the track looks over the skyline of this fast-growing oil boomtown. Calgary has twice hosted the FIBT World Championship.

2013 FIBT Skeleton World Cup: Calary, Canada: Men’s & Women’s Skeleton

Built for the 1988 Olympic Winter Games, Canada Olympic Park annually hosts World Cup and America’s Cup competitions. The top of the track looks over the skyline of this fast-growing oil boomtown. Calgary has twice hosted the FIBT World Championship.

2013 FIBT WinSport World Push Challange: Calgary, Canada

Taking place the weekend prior to the World Cup, the WWP will see the best men and women brakemen and push athletes compete for the title of World’s fastest on ice! The indoor event will feature the top-10 qualifying men & women.

2013 Skate Canada: Berton and Hotarek Free Skate

With 193.92 points Stefania Berton and Ondrej Hotarek (ITA) win their first Grand Prix by .15 points over Wenjing Sui and Cong Han (CHN), who had the highest Free Skate score in the Pairs competition.

2013 Skate Canada: Virtue and Moir Free Dance

During the Ice Dance Free Dance portion of the 2013 Skate Canada competition, veterans Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada won their 5th Skate Canada event. The Olympic champion duo also out score their fellow countrymen, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, by 5.8 points.

2013 Skate Canada: Julia Lipnitskaia Free Skate

15 year old Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS) just kills her Free Skate to get the win at 198.23, 4.48 higher than Akiko Suzuki (JPN) and 11.58 better than Gracie Gold (USA) who took third.

2013 Skate Canada: Patrick Chan Free Skate

After settling for 2nd last year, Patrick Chan (CAN) crushes the field this year by 27.23 points to win his 4th Skate Canada with 262.03 points. Joshua Farris (USA) was 5th, 16.28 off the podium.

2013 Skate Canada: Patrick Chan wins

After settling for 2nd last year, Patrick Chan (CAN) crushes the field this year by 27.23 points to win his 4th Skate Canada with 262.03 points. Joshua Farris (USA) was 5th, 16.28 off the podium.

2013 Skate Canada: Virtue and Moir win Ice Dance

As if there was any doubt, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (CAN) win their 5th Skate Canada, the Olympic champs out score fellow countrymen Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje by 5.8 points.

2013 Skate Canada: Julia Lipnitskaia wins

15 year old Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS) just kills her Free Skate to get the win at 198.23, 4.48 higher than Akiko Suzuki (JPN) and 11.58 better than Gracie Gold (USA) who took third.

2013 Skate Canada: Berton and Hotarek win Pairs

With 193.92 points Stefania Berton and Ondrej Hotarek (ITA) win their first Grand Prix by .15 points over Wenjing Sui and Cong Han (CHN), who had the highest Free Skate score.

2013 Skate Canada: Pairs Free, Ladies Free, Free Ice Dance, Men’s Free

Saint John, New Brunswick will host the 2013 Skate Canada International at the Harbour Station from October 25-27, 2013. Skate Canada International is the second competition in the annual ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series.

2013 Skate Canada: Pairs Free, Ladies Free, Free Ice Dance, Men’s Free

Saint John, New Brunswick will host the 2013 Skate Canada International at the Harbour Station from October 25-27, 2013. Skate Canada International is the second competition in the annual ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series.

2013 Skate Canada: Chan’s Short Program

After settling for 2nd last year, Patrick Chan (CAN) looks to get back on top to win his 4th Skate Canada, leading after the short program with 88.10 points, by 7.28.

2013 Skate Canada: Virtue and Moir’s Short Dance

2011-2012 Ice Dancing World Champs Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir (CAN) are looking to win their 5th Skate Canada, scoring 73.15 in the short dance, leading by 2.8 points over Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (CAN).

2013 Skate Canada: Short Ice Dance & Men’s Short Program

Saint John, New Brunswick will host the 2013 Skate Canada International at the Harbour Station from October 25-27, 2013. Skate Canada International is the second competition in the annual ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series.

2013 Skate Canada: Short Ice Dance & Men’s Short Program

Saint John, New Brunswick will host the 2013 Skate Canada International at the Harbour Station from October 25-27, 2013. Skate Canada International is the second competition in the annual ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating series.

 
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