The man who helped create a period of success for the Detroit Red Wings is headed to hockey’s pantheon.
Major League Baseball (MLB) announced Tuesday evening that the 2020 regular season will begin on July 23 or July 24.
Canada’s longest-running professional basketball league is planning to return to the hardwood this holiday season.
COVID-19 has reportedly hit home for the Toronto Blue Jays.
There’s no baseball being played at the moment, but teams have begun restocking their farm systems for the future.
Ontario colleges will be facing a number of changes at the beginning of the fall semester due to the COVID-19 crisis, and that will mean varsity sports as well.
Like many sporting events across the country, the London 2020 Ontario Summer Games has become the latest casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professional basketball players now have a likely date for returning to the hardwood.
Basketball may be the next major sport to head back to action following a pandemic-related pause.
The National Hockey League has a format in place to return to the ice this season.