The Saskatchewan Roughriders 2014 coaching staff is a lot like their 2013 coaching staff.
The Riders roster may have taken a big hit with some 12 players leaving for other teams both north and south of the border, but only a few coaches are out the door.
Canada's women's hockey team came from behind in dramatic fashion against their U.S. rivals to take home the gold medal in Sochi, Russia.
The entire first period lapsed with neither side drawing first blood. Canada fell behind in the second period when American Meghan Duggan scored the first goal of the game. The U.S. added a second in the third period to take a 2-0 lead.
Many sisters like to do things together, and in the case of the Fehr sisters, their hobby is winning gold medals.
Shayna and Nadine Fehr both competed in the alpine ski event in the Saskatchewan Winter Games at Wapiti ski hill on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
In the end, they will both be returning home with double gold. Two gold medals each.
Some people may compare them to the Dufour-Lapionte sisters who recently competed in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Justine and Chloe took gold and silver in women’s skiing moguls.
Tears were streaming down their faces, their hands clutching bouquets of flowers as gold medals were placed around their necks. Canada's women's curling team defeated Sweden to take the gold at the Sochi Olympics Thursday morning; the sights that followed were familiar to one woman watching from Regina.
A Morgan Klimchuk hat-trick led the Pats over the Blades in the regular-season series finale Wednesday night, 4-2.
Honouring the Blades’ play-by-play commentator Les Lazaruk for calling 1,500 games for the boys in blue, Saskatoon looked put an end to Regina’s hot streak, in front of a loud Credit Union Centre.
The Blades kept pace with Regina through the first period landing 10 shots on Dawson MacAuley. Troy Trombley was also perfect making 17 of his 40 saves in the game.
Regina's bronze medalist has received a new car from Dilawri BMW as he took pictures and signed autographs for more fans.
Mark McMorris was officially presented with the BMW X5 SUV Wednesday in the showroom of the dealership. It was first awarded to him when he was announced to Canada's Olympic snowboarding team, although he has only recently been able to drive it since returning to Regina on Saturday.
Members of the Saskatchewan hockey community are reacting to the viral video from Winnipeg that shows a scuffle involving a referee.
A 12-year-old broke his wrist in the incident and parents are furious, saying the ref shouldn't officiate another game.
The General Manager of the Saskatchewan Hockey League, Kelly McClintock is one of the many people who have seen the video. He says it's always easy afterwards to scrutinize the situation.
"Sometimes as an official, you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't," he said.
The Regina Pats are currently in some uncharted waters.
Thanks to a big week last week, where the team picked up seven of a possible eight points, the Queen City Kids are first place in the Eastern Conference's East Division. They haven't won the division since the 2007-08 season. That was before anyone currently on the ice was a member of the blue and white, so this is a very new situation for everyone involved.
A 12-year old peewee hockey player has a broken wrist, after being hauled down by the referee in Winnipeg who was trying to break up a fight.
Kainen Bell was hurt in the final minutes of a game between peewee teams from the Brokenhead Ojibway First Nation and the Sagkeeng First Nation as part of the Southeast Winter Tribal Days annual hockey tournament in Winnipeg on Sunday.
The story of a Canadian speed skater giving up his spot in the Winter Olympics for a team mate is inspiring athletes in Regina.
Canadian Gilmore Junio let his team mate Denny Morrison take his spot in the 1,000-metre speed skating event and Morrison went on the win silver.
Sarah Piluk is a member of the Regina Speed Skating Club and said she was amazed by the move.