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In another century, another pandemic ended Stanley Cup final

In another century, another pandemic ended Stanley Cup final

SEATTLE — The Seattle Metropolitans were 20 minutes from a second Stanley Cup title in the spring of 1919, 20 minutes from adding their names to the trophy again.
Veteran linebacker Marcus Ball not ready to call it a career just yet

Veteran linebacker Marcus Ball not ready to call it a career just yet

Marcus Ball isn't finished with football just yet. The veteran linebacker says he's been medically cleared to resume running and cutting after suffering a season-ending knee injury last year with the Calgary Stampeders.
Ex-ski coach Bertrand Charest, jailed for sex abuse, granted parole

Ex-ski coach Bertrand Charest, jailed for sex abuse, granted parole

MONTREAL — Former national ski coach Bertrand Charest, who was jailed for sexually abusing young female skiers under his care, has been granted full parole.
Hockey players in the minors face uncertainty, job fears

Hockey players in the minors face uncertainty, job fears

Tom Parisi made the long drive from South Carolina to his home just south of Boston with a lot on his mind.
UEFA postpones more soccer amid uncertainty over resumption

UEFA postpones more soccer amid uncertainty over resumption

UEFA postponed more matches and deadlines on Wednesday without giving any firm indication on when European soccer might be able to resume as it continues to grapple with the challenge of completing competitions suspended because of the coronavirus pa
Woodbine Entertainment postpones $1-million Queen's Plate indefinitely

Woodbine Entertainment postpones $1-million Queen's Plate indefinitely

TORONTO — The $1-million Queen's Plate is North America's oldest continuously run horse race and Jim Lawson is intent on keeping it that way.

Expansion Atletico Ottawa adds two imports to Canadian Premier League roster

OTTAWA — Expansion Atletico Ottawa's roster has risen to 12 players with the addition of attacking midfielders Osah Bernardinho and Francisco Acuna from Ghana and Mexico, respectively.
Vancouver forward J.T. Miller hoping Canucks get to finish what they started

Vancouver forward J.T. Miller hoping Canucks get to finish what they started

J.T. Miller hasn't thought twice about having the best statistical season of his career stopped in its tracks. The frustration of seeing the Vancouver Canucks' resurgent campaign put on ice is another matter.
Buying time; Tokyo Games postponement a boon for injured Canadian athletes

Buying time; Tokyo Games postponement a boon for injured Canadian athletes

When TJ Sanders isn't on the volleyball court running Canada's offence, he's often laying on his back with his feet on a chair courtside. Canada's starting setter has managed a painful back injury for two years. The 28-year-old from London, Ont.
Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment leaders take pay cuts in wake of COVID-19

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment leaders take pay cuts in wake of COVID-19

TORONTO — Top Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment executives are taking pay cuts in the wake of COVID-19 shutting down the company's sports and entertainment business.