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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Andreas Johnsson goes on long-term injury list

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Andreas Johnsson goes on long-term injury list

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Andreas Johnsson has been placed on long-term injury reserve with a leg injury. Johnsson underwent a CT scan Thursday after suffering the injury on Wednesday against the Colorado Avalanche.
Navigating the Grey Area: Hockey pushes coaching styles into spotlight

Navigating the Grey Area: Hockey pushes coaching styles into spotlight

Longtime hockey pro Sean McMorrow knew what was coming after his team's particularly poor showing in a blowout loss back in his junior days. Hockey sticks would not be needed at practice the next day.
Jason Maas joins Saskatchewan Roughriders as offensive co-ordinator

Jason Maas joins Saskatchewan Roughriders as offensive co-ordinator

REGINA — Craig Dickenson is thrilled to have a man with four years of CFL head coaching experience guiding the Saskatchewan Roughriders offence.

Drury wins World Cup ski cross opener to highlight three-medal day for Canada

VAL THORENS, France — Kevin Drury won gold as Canada kicked off the ski cross World Cup season with a three-medal performance Friday. Drury, from Toronto, came from behind in the men's final for his second career World Cup win. "It was a great day.
Blondin wins, Weidemann takes third in World Cup 5,000m speedskating race

Blondin wins, Weidemann takes third in World Cup 5,000m speedskating race

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — Ivanie Blondin won gold and fellow Ottawa native Isabelle Weidemann claimed bronze in the women's 5,000 metres Friday at a World Cup speedskating event.
Regina teenager Alex Gonzalez named Vancouver Whitecaps esports gamer

Regina teenager Alex Gonzalez named Vancouver Whitecaps esports gamer

Alex Gonzalez, an 18-year-old who turned heads with top-10 performances at FIFA video game tournaments in Atlanta and London, has signed on as the Vancouver Whitecaps' esports gamer.
Canada women reach quarterfinals in Dubai while men head to consolation round

Canada women reach quarterfinals in Dubai while men head to consolation round

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Bianca Farella scored three tries Friday as the Canadian women advanced to the Cup quarterfinals of the Dubai Sevens despite a heavy loss to the U.S.

Troubled waters: Open water swimming faces do-over of 2016

ATLANTA — Haley Anderson has been through this before. In the lead-up to the Rio Olympics, all the talk about open water swimming focused on the conditions rather than the competition.
Toronto Wolfpack forward Darcy Lussick wins pro boxing debut in Australia

Toronto Wolfpack forward Darcy Lussick wins pro boxing debut in Australia

SYDNEY, Australia — Toronto Wolfpack forward Darcy Lussick won his heavyweight pro boxing debut Friday, knocking out former rugby league star Justin Hodges in 39 seconds.

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