CBC | Sports News Habs' Shaw denies report of being humilated by former coach Therrien 2017-02-23T22:26:37.000000Z Forward Andrew Shaw denied a report on Thursday that he had been humiliated in the dressing room during a game by former Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien. Pro football's 1st black QB Bernie Custis dies at 88 2017-02-23T21:01:38.000000Z Bernie Custis, pro football's first black quarterback who blazed the trail for future stars like Warren Moon, Chuck Ealey and Damon Allen, has died. He was 88. Bryan Bickell continues path back to NHL after MS diagnosis 2017-02-23T20:43:19.000000Z Bryan Bickell is taking the next step toward his goal of returning to the Carolina Hurricanes while fighting multiple sclerosis. Waived on Thursday, he's expected to be assigned to their AHL affiliate in Charlotte, N.C. Champ to chump: Midnight strikes for Cinderella Leicester's manager 2017-02-23T20:34:22.000000Z Leicester has fired Claudio Ranieri, nine months after the Italian coach guided the club to an improbable English Premier League triumph. Raptors trade Sullinger to Phoenix for P.J. Tucker 2017-02-23T20:22:20.000000Z The Toronto Raptors have reportedly traded power forward Jared Sullinger and two draft picks to the Phoenix Suns for small forward P.J. Tucker. White Sox to retire soft-tossing Mark Buehrle's No. 56 2017-02-23T18:48:58.000000Z The Chicago White Sox plan to retire No. 56, the uniform worn by former ace pitcher and four-time all-star Mark Buehrle, before a June 24 game against Oakland. Northern Ontario's McCarville beats defending champ Carey at Scotties 2017-02-23T18:10:46.000000Z Northern Ontario's Krista McCarville beat the defending champions at the Canadian women's curling championship Thursday to stay in the hunt for playoffs. Norwegian tops weakened field for world cross-country gold 2017-02-23T17:49:08.000000Z Norway's Maiken Caspersen Falla won the women's freestyle cross-country sprint at the world Nordic ski championships Thursday and two U.S. skiers made the podium. Johnny Gaudreau sees better days ahead 2017-02-23T16:12:56.000000Z It's been a trying season for Johnny Gaudreau, but the Flames' most dynamic player feels the best is yet to come for himself and his team. Penguins' deal for Ron Hainsey adds size, depth to blue-line 2017-02-23T16:12:02.000000Z The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired veteran defenceman Ron Hainsey from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for minor-league forward Danny Kristo and a draft pick.