Doug Brown no longer sits at the bargaining table, but he's still extremely concerned about the potential for a CFL work stoppage.
Ken Wiebe, Winnipeg Sun
Ken Wiebe is a sports writer with the Winnipeg Sun and has been since August of 2000. He's covered the Manitoba Moose of the American Hockey League for more than a decade, but is comfortable covering sports on any surface. Born in Brandon and raised in Altona, he now resides in St. Vital. He got his start in the newspaper business at the Red River Valley Echo and is a graduate of the University of Regina's journalism program.
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The King made sure this Broadway Blueshirts show was extended for another round.
The Wayne Train ensured the Philadelphia Flyers’ season stayed on the rails for at least one more day.
Steve Mason did everything in his power to back up the guarantee made by Claude Giroux.
The big guns came out to play and the New York Rangers now hold a leg up on the Philadelphia Flyers.
Ray Emery isn’t the type of person who lives in the past.
Martin St. Louis is no stranger to being on the receiving end of harsh words from the critics.
A tweet with an homophobic slur from Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane while watching Game 4 of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs caused some controversy Thursday night.
Brand new head coach. Brand new system. Same old Washington Capitals. Same old playoff heartbreak.
Henrik Lundqvist was determined to keep the New York Rangers' season alive.
Mike Ribeiro picked an awfully good time to score his first goal of these Stanley Cup playoffs.
It turns out John Tortorella was simply ahead of his time. After his New York Rangers dropped the first two games of the first-round playoff series, the coach of the Broadway Blueshirts intimated things were a hell of a lot closer than most members of the media thought.
You can bet Glen Sather was grinning ear-to-ear while he chewed on his stogie Monday night.
Ryane Clowe wasn’t making any bold predictions or guarantees.
Steve Oleksy will wear this scar as a badge of honour.
Rick Nash got his wish and now it’s time for him to deliver.
Winnipeg Jets defenceman Zach Redmond was cut on the back of his leg at the end of Thursday’s morning skate and taken by ambulance to a local hospital, leaving a pool of blood on the ice at PNC Arena.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers are temporarily two points out of first place in the East Division.
First Simon says, then Simon does.
Buck Pierce doesn't think his latest injury will keep him out of action long term.