Malcolm KellyMalcolm Kelly is a 33 year sports and news journalist who has covered all of the major pro and amateur sports in Canada through a career that has included newspaper, internet and broadcast experience. He is a best-selling author and the founder of a graduate sports journalism program at one of the nation's leading colleges. His favourite number is 28.
The last time there was only one Canadian team in the playoffs was back in 1973, writes CBCSports.ca's Tim Wharnsby, when the Montreal Canadiens prevailed to win the Stanley Cup. Can they do it again? more »
It's been two decades since Montreal delivered Canada its last Stanley Cup, and while the country's lone representative in this year's playoffs is a long shot, there's still plenty for Canadians to cheer for in the NHL post-season, writes Ron MacLean. more »
The Florida Panthers beat the odds by jumping up a spot to win the NHL draft lottery and earn the right to the top pick in June. The Panthers vaulted ahead of the last-place Buffalo Sabres, who had the best odds of winning the lottery held in Toronto on Tuesday night. more »