2010-02-28 20:16:57 EDT.

Crosby writes storybook ending

There is a new hockey game, a new hockey moment, a new national memory to cherish forever.
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2010-02-27 19:15:35 EDT.

Getzlaf is the real deal at these Games

VANCOUVER ó Steve Yzerman broke his own rule to make certain Ryan Getzlaf was on the Canadian Olympic team, and now Getzlaf wants to reward that faith with a gold-medal performance Sunday. The feeling is that deep, that mutual, that personal.
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2010-02-27 00:00:28 EDT.

Luongo ready to make history

Roberto Luongo smiled and called it fun. He wasnít kidding.
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2010-02-26 18:33:10 EDT.

Who should carry Canada's flag?

It is Joannie Rochetteís flag to lose. There are other candidates ó other excellent candidates to carry the Canadian flag at the closing ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games ó just no one like Rochette.
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2010-02-24 21:50:06 EDT.

Domination, from start to finish

Before there was the unanticipated and utter dominance ó as surprising as it was breathtaking ó there was noise in the morning on the streets of Vancouver. Nothing, though, that compared to the noise on the streets at night.
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2010-02-24 00:21:01 EDT.

Canadian crowd helps lift Rochette

The applause began before Joannie Rochette's name was even announced.
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2010-02-23 21:42:06 EDT.

No middle ground for Canada

A new beginning, or an agonizing end: There is no middle ground tonight for Team Canada. It is that sudden, and that final.
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2010-02-23 21:11:51 EDT.

Late-night figure skating ridiculous

There is no truth to the rumour that Bud Selig is scheduling figure skating at the Winter Olympics. But it sure smells a lot like him.
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2010-02-22 22:28:30 EDT.

Women's hockey an Olympic charade

I could have written this last year, or the year before. Anyone could have. And thatís the problem.
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2010-02-22 16:41:33 EDT.

Americans owning our podium

Canadian athletes wilting under pressure

How is it that Americans, one medal ahead of Canada in Turin four years ago, have almost as many gold medals as Canada has medals so far this time around?
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2010-02-17 19:30:16 EDT.

Golden Ricker shining bright

There was something about the Olympics, something about winning a medal that engaged a very young, very competitive Maelle Ricker. She saw a medal ceremony on television and almost immediately wanted her own.
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2010-02-16 21:55:26 EDT.

No reason to get excited ... yet

The Vancouver crowd, all dressed up in a red, waiting for something special, was much more fun and at times a whole lot more spirited than Canada needed to be in making its Olympic hockey debut Tuesday.
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2010-02-15 19:59:53 EDT.

Bilodeau living rock-star life

On Day 1 of the rest of Alexandre Bilodeauís life, he is talking and talking, then talking some more.
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2010-02-14 22:35:12 EDT.

Bilodeau gold eases pressure

The drought is over. The oh-for-Olympics on home soil is no longer us. Alexandre Bilodeau won more than a gold medal Sunday at Cypress Mountain. He lifted the pressure off every Canadian athlete here at the Vancouver Olympics.
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2010-02-14 16:56:02 EDT.

Games that fun forgot

These Olympic Games are not brought to you by Toyota: That way, there is no chance of a recall.
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2010-02-14 03:38:13 EDT.

No beef with Gretzky

Having a hockey legend light Olympic flame is apropos for Canada

One day later and the debate over Wayne Gretzky continues.
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2010-02-13 22:26:46 EDT.

Hamelin experiences heartache

Charles Hamelin did his best to mask his disappointment. It didnít work.
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2010-02-12 20:24:28 EDT.

Biggest question is why did he die?

Nobody listened when lugers said track was too fast

On the day before the gruesome crash, a day before the new beginnings of an Olympic Games were to be celebrated, a Latvian luger named Guntis Rekis foreshadowed the tragedy that was to come.
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2010-02-11 20:43:14 EDT.

This is Canada's night

Let's just hope it doesn't rain on our parade

Fifteen years and maybe 15 million crises later, John Furlong canít wait to exhale. Heís just not sure when.
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2010-02-10 19:53:44 EDT.

Olympic snub has Bailey fuming

Former gold medal winner one of several overlooked

Olympic champion Donovan Bailey is the latest - and maybe greatest - Canadian athlete to feel snubbed by the Vancouver Organizing Committee and the Canadian Olympic Committee.
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2010-02-10 19:29:28 EDT.

Olympic torch decision fraught with politics

Favoritism, media muscle flexing, and the buddy system hard at work

Should Wayne Gretzky wind up as the final bearer of the torch at the Opening Ceremony of the Winter Olympics, it will be against the better wishes of the Federal Government.
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2010-02-09 23:19:56 EDT.

Hughes: No one compares to Cindy

Speedskating duo are trying to make their own names known

Will Christine plus Kristina equal Cindy?
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2010-02-09 01:41:09 EDT.

Canada a good bet for gold on Saturday

The first Winter Olympics without Winter is about to begin. Welcome to Vancouver, where it may more important to own an umbrella than own the podium. Temperatures aside: This should be the most successful Winter Olympics in Canadian history and never mind that people were golfing Monday.
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2010-01-21 20:01:55 EDT.

Paralympic athlete brings both worlds together

Blind skier expected to be named to team

Friday is an historic day for Canadian sport: The first real national link between Olympic and Paralympic.
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2010-01-04 19:14:29 EDT.

A single play dictates Booth's Olympic future

Hit has American sidelined for 2010

Mike Richards is going to the Olympics.
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