Tony CareA graduate of Ryerson University, senior writer Tony Care began his journalism career in 1996. He joined CBCSports.ca in 2003 and has covered a wide range of sports, including hockey, football, baseball and the Olympics.
Eric Staal continued his career success against Toronto, scoring what turned out to be the game winner as the Minnesota Wild beat the Maple Leafs 3-2 on Wednesday to conclude their five-game road trip. more »
With a goal in the first period, Karlsson passed Wade Redden for the most career points by a Senators defenceman at 411. He also set up Chris Kelly for the go-ahead-goal with 1:06 remaining, helping the Ottawa Senators to a 4-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday night. more »
This week's Grand Prix Final is the only chance to see all of figure skating's top athletes in the same place before the world championships in March. For Canadian fans, it's also proof that the sport is back on track in this country. more »
At only 24 years old, Mikael Kingsbury is already the winningest men's moguls skier in history. He's won the World Cup season five years running, and owns two world championships. But there's one more title left to win, and it may be the biggest of all. more »
In the span of six months, Kylie Masse has gone from an unknown name to one of Canada's most talked about swimmers. Her rise continues Wednesday with a silver-medal performance at the short-course world championships just 15 minutes from her childhood home. more »