Jim Morris

Jim has written about sports in Canada for more than 40 years for The Canadian Press, CBC Sports, CFL.ca and Swimming Canada. He has covered eight Olympic Games and three Paralympics. He was there the night the Edmonton Oilers won their first Stanley Cup and has covered 12 Grey Cups.

Latest from Jim Morris

Canada goalless vs. Guatemala, settling for 2nd straight draw in Gold Cup group play

Canada battled to a 0-0 draw against Guatemala Saturday night, a result that left the national men's soccer team with its back against the wall in CONCACAF Gold Cup play in Houston.

Canadian women's rugby 7s team finishes 6th in Vancouver for best result of season, men tie for 15th

The final game didn't end the way they wanted, but the Canadian women's rugby team still managed its best result of the season Sunday at the HSBC Canada Sevens tournament in Vancouver.

Canada's rugby 7s teams out of medal hunt in Vancouver

The Canadian men's and women's teams experienced a roller-coaster ride Saturday that left them out of the medal hunt at the HSBC Canada Sevens Tournament in Vancouver despite posting a couple impressive wins.

Canada's men's rugby 7s team bounces back with upset win over Australia at Vancouver event

Matthew Percillier scored a pair of tries as the Canadian men upset Australia 29-12 to keep their championship hopes alive, but the Canadian women have their backs against the wall after losing their opening two matches Friday at the HSBC Canada Sevens tournament at BC Place in Vancouver.

Canadian women's rugby 7s team aims to get back on track in Vancouver

After having their early expectations derailed, the Canadian women's sevens team hopes playing in front of a hometown crowd at the upcoming HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series event in Vancouver can help put their season back on track.

Canucks trade captain Bo Horvat to Islanders in blockbuster multi-player deal

The rebuild of the Vancouver Canucks has begun, with centre Bo Horvat heading to the New York Islanders. The Canucks announced Monday that their captain is heading east in exchange for forwards Anthony Beauvillier and Aatu Raty and a protected 2023 first-round draft pick.

Vancouver rallies in 3rd period to beat Chicago in Tocchet's coaching debut with Canucks

Dakota Joshua and Sheldon Dries scored goals 34 seconds apart in the third period as the Vancouver Canucks battled back from two one-goal deficits to defeat Chicago 5-2 and give Rick Tocchet a win in his first game as Vancouver's head coach.

Horvat, Mikheyev post 4 points each to inspire Canucks to rout of Sharks

Bo Horvat scored two goals and added a pair of assists the Vancouver Canucks defeated the visiting San Jose Sharks 6-2 Tuesday night to extend their NHL winning streak to three games.

Pettersson's 5-point game helps Canucks rally past Kraken in shootout

Elias Pettersson scored the winner, along with two goals in regulation as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the Seattle Kraken 6-5 at home in a shootout Thursday night to end a three-game home losing streak.

Jordan Kyrou's 1st career hat trick leads Blues to rout of Canucks

Jordan Kyrou scored his first career hat trick and collected an assist as the St. Louis Blues broke open a close game with three second-period goals and added to the Vancouver Canucks' home woes with a 5-1 NHL win Monday night.