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Stanley Cup returns to old Edmonton stomping grounds, but just here for a visit

Stanley Cup returns to old Edmonton stomping grounds, but just here for a visit

EDMONTON — Stanley — that squat, barrel-bodied, bowl-topped polished silver mug — is officially back in Edmonton, a place he knew well back in the day.
Toronto FC, D.C. United renew hostilities after ill-tempered draw in Florida

Toronto FC, D.C. United renew hostilities after ill-tempered draw in Florida

Bad blood bubbled over at the MLS is Back Tournament when Toronto FC and D.C. United played to an ill-tempered 2-2 draw July 13.
Canadian tennis player Denis Shapovalov turns to music to express himself

Canadian tennis player Denis Shapovalov turns to music to express himself

Struggling to express what it's like to be a professional tennis player, Canada's Denis Shapovalov has found his voice in music. The product of Richmond Hill, Ont.

Christine Magee named chair of Woodbine Entertainment's board of directors

TORONTO — Christine Magee was appointed as chair of Woodbine Entertainment's board of directors Friday. Magee assumes the post immediately, replacing Clay Horner, who is retiring from the organization.
Wolfpack formalize pledge to make good on missed wages if returned to Super League

Wolfpack formalize pledge to make good on missed wages if returned to Super League

The Toronto Wolfpack continued their lobbying campaign to return to Super League with a pledge Friday to meet all outstanding payroll commitments if accepted back into England's top flight under new ownership.
Kentucky coach John Calipari believes Canada shaped Nuggets star Jamal Murray

Kentucky coach John Calipari believes Canada shaped Nuggets star Jamal Murray

John Calipari believes Jamal Murray's humble upbringing in Canada continues to play dividends for the Denver Nuggets star. The Basketball Hall of Fame coach at the University of Kentucky had Murray on his Wildcats team for the 2015-16 season.

Canada's Murray plans to stay politically active through NBA Western final

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Canada's Jamal Murray is going to keep using his platform to bring attention to racial injustice as he leads his Denver Nuggets in the NBA's Western Conference final. Murray, from Kitchener, Ont.
Canada's top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

Canada's top curling teams scramble for competition amid pandemic

Canada's top curling teams are trying to cobble together a competitive fall season despite the COVID-19 pandemic decimating the calendar.
Osaka says she's out of French Open with injured hamstring

Osaka says she's out of French Open with injured hamstring

PARIS — U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka has pulled out of the French Open because of an injured left hamstring. Osaka joins defending champion Ash Barty in skipping the French Open, which opens on Sept. 27 in Paris.

New York Riptide take Jeff Teat No. 1 overall in National Lacrosse League draft

Highly touted forward Jeff Teat was selected first overall by the New York Riptide in the National Lacrosse League draft on Thursday night. Teat, from Brampton, Ont.