Over The Line, a weekly sports web show produced by Postmedia, is back with another episode.
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A hockey player’s body violently spins in the air like blades on a helicopter before the cold ice breaks its fall.
Among the many attempts by athletes to promote themselves, this one went too far.
The most wanted bench boss in hockey is less than a week from ending months of speculation.
Khalif Mitchell, a Montreal Alouettes defensive lineman, has been fined the “maximum amount allowable” by the Canadian Football League for social media misconduct.
Will the NHL open up shop in Seattle one day?
The old saying, "What goes up must come down," is a pillar of hockey's analytics movement.
Ah, the NHL playoffs -- where all normalcy is nowhere to be found.
The NHL standings can be an optical illusion at times.
To the naked eye, goalies seem to be the statistical world’s neglected species.
Sidney Crosby is a generational player worth every cent he is paid, and more.
It feels like this will never get old.
The Buffalo Sabres stink.
It's safe to say Daniel Erlich, at 5-foot-7, has been told time after time that he’s simply too short to compete at hockey's highest levels.
Well, this is an odd one.
Of all the possible uses for a GoPro camera, this must be the Holy Grail.
Phil Kessel, as the best player on arguably the most scrutinized NHL team, isn’t escaping criticism anytime soon.
Exhale, American junior hockey fans.
Here we go again.
A New Jersey high schooler is making jaws drop left, right and centre as footage of his incredible individual effort makes the rounds online.