Just as the baseball gods were in the process of finishing off April with another hit from the middle finger, Jose Bautista and the struggling Blue Jays offence fired back.
When Sidney Crosby wasn’t beating the Washington Capitals putting the puck through his legs, he was doing it belly down on the ice.
Didn't take long for the Ottawa Senators to shake the underdog label.
On the outside, a gracious Trevor Linden wore the sincerest of grins as he extended his hand in congratulations to Ray Shero, whose New Jersey Devils had just won the NHL draft lottery on Saturday night.
The first time I interviewed LeBron James, in his rookie season, I asked him a question that caught him a little off guard.
MILWAUKEE — It was only fitting that the first time in history be as hard as that was Thursday night for the Raptors.
ST. LOUIS — Apparently nothing will come easy for the 2017 Blue Jays.
Steffan Schilkie was declared the Rogers Hometown Hockey Canadian National Trick shot champion ...
Dale Earnhardt Jr. abruptly announced his retirement at the end of the season Tuesday, a decision that will cost NASCAR its most popular driver as the series scrambles to rebuild its fan base.
The Maple Leafs kids were more than all right during the 2016-17 season.
At last call Sunday night, the Ottawa Senators ordered up another round.
When the Stro Show hits centre stage, there's a good chance the entertainment value will be worth the price of admission.
A seven game series is reduced to three with two of the games on your home court.
Chicago and Montreal failed to advance past the first round. The Penguins survived the first round without their starting goalie. And Connor McDavid and Zack Kassian temporarily swapped roles for the Oilers.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings began building for the future last week selecting centre Tyson Tomasini in the first round of the Central Canada Hockey League draft.
It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
Not looking for any bulletin-board stuff or a screaming 'guaranteed win' quote that would be all over Twitter, the careful Edmonton Oilers were saying all the right things Saturday morning about how the San Jose Sharks were two wins away from winning the Stanley Cup last spring.
This is like the beginning of a special novel. Full of excitement and anticipation and welcoming change.
In a must win game, a win-or-this-series-is-over game, the Raptors finally started playing like the hungry team.