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Lightning strike twice on power play, beat Dallas 3-2 to even Stanley Cup final

Lightning strike twice on power play, beat Dallas 3-2 to even Stanley Cup final

EDMONTON — The Tampa Bay Lightning rediscovered the zap in their power play, using it to burn the Dallas Stars 3-2 on Monday and even up the Stanley Cup final.

On A Streak chasing second straight victory at inaugural Mohawk Million

CAMPBELLVILLE, Ont. — On A Streak will be chasing a second major upset win Saturday night at Mohawk Woodbine Park. On A Streak claimed the $535,000 William Wellwood Memorial on Sept. 12 at 15-1 odds.
Blue Jays balance final week of season with eye on likely post-season appearance

Blue Jays balance final week of season with eye on likely post-season appearance

The next week will be a balancing act for the Toronto Blue Jays as they look to close out the season strong while preparing for what will likely be a wild-card berth.

Canadian tennis star Denis Shapovalov reaches top-10 of ATP rankings

TORONTO — Denis Shapovalov has become just the second Canadian to break into the top-10 of the world men's tennis rankings. The ATP Tour confirmed that Shapovalov will move up four spots to No.
Toronto Blue Jays reliever Ken Giles to undergo Tommy John surgery

Toronto Blue Jays reliever Ken Giles to undergo Tommy John surgery

Toronto Blue Jays closer Ken Giles will undergo Tommy John surgery to repair a right elbow injury that forced him to miss almost all of the 2020 season. Giles missed almost seven weeks before returning to the injured list last Wednesday.
Denver Broncos lose receiver Courtland Sutton for season

Denver Broncos lose receiver Courtland Sutton for season

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Quarterback Drew Lock could be out until midseason with a severely bruised throwing shoulder and whenever he does return he’ll be without his top target for the rest of the season.
Among multiple tournament cancellations, IIHF president puts faith in Edmonton

Among multiple tournament cancellations, IIHF president puts faith in Edmonton

Hockey players crossing borders is the International Ice Hockey Federation's stock in trade. The COVID-19 pandemic has severely curtailed that business. The IIHF has cancelled 19 tournaments so far in both 2020 and 2021.

Whitecaps' Fredy Montero, Marc Dos Santos named to MLS Team of the Week

VANCOUVER — Fredy Montero is being recognized by Major League Soccer for helping the Vancouver Whitecaps string together their first back-to-back wins of the season last week.
Canadians Ghislaine Landry, Britt Benn named to rugby sevens Dream Team

Canadians Ghislaine Landry, Britt Benn named to rugby sevens Dream Team

Canadians Ghislaine Landry and Britt Benn have been named to the HSBC 2020 women's rugby sevens Dream Team. Landry, the Canadian captain, is the all-time leading scorer on the women's sevens circuit with 1,356 points.
Former Maple Leafs forward, Rangers captain Bob Nevin dead at 82

Former Maple Leafs forward, Rangers captain Bob Nevin dead at 82

TORONTO — Bob Nevin, a fan favourite who won two Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs before a successful run as captain of the New York Rangers, has died. He was 82. Nevin died early Monday, according to the NHL. No cause of death was given.