Sixty-eight years ago this week, Canada crushed Denmark 47-0 at the world amateur ice hockey championship in Stockholm. There's been even bigger blowouts since.
The Red Wings, including Gordie Howe, played their first outdoor game on Feb. 2, 1954. But there was a twist: it was against inmates at Marquette State Prison in Michigan.
A 1972 fight between Ohio State and Minnesota left Luke Witte with lasting damage—but also produced a surprising story of interpersonal healing.
In 2005, Robert Kraft handed Vladimir Putin a $25,000 New England Patriots Super Bowl ring. He's never gotten it back.
As John Scott showed us last year, All-Star Games can deliver from time to time.
Rumours were already rampant, but when the league's board of governors signed off on the sale of the Jets in 1996, relocation to the desert became a reality.
In 2011, the now-Speaker of the House posed for TIME Magazine curling 40-pound dumbells. Or did he?
Seven players have done it, with Leafs rookie Auston Matthews the latest to join the club. For many, like Alex Smart, their careers only went downhill from there.
In 1966, Atoy Wilson became the first African-American skater to win a national figure skating championship.
CBS struck a historic TV deal with the NHL in 1956, and a year later became the first cable provider to broadcast a nationally televised hockey game in the United States. The media landscape has changed a great deal since.
The 1919 Black Sox scandal is a baseball and pop culture touchstone, but a lesser-known 1927 case involving many of the same players arguably did more to change the course of baseball history.
As UConn closes in on its own college basketball record of 90 consecutive victories, we catch up with the Stanford coach and players who ended the Huskies' streak the last time around.