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CFL mourns the loss of Joe McKnight
The Canadian Football League is mourning the loss of Saskatchewan Roughriders running back Joe McKnight, who was killed Thursday afternoon in Terrytown, La.
Hitmen fans toss 20,000 teddy bears on the ice
On Saturday afternoon, the Hitmen hosted their annual teddy bear toss where over 20,000 teddy bears were thrown to the ice as Calgary hosted the Lethbridge Hurricanes at the Scotiabank Saddledome.
Lasers mar Texans visit to Mexico City
While dealing with a green laser shining in Brock Osweiler's eye and the high elevation unique to a game in Mexico City, the Houston Texans feel like a few questionable spots by the officials on a key...
New NHL team named Vegas Golden Knights
Owner Bill Foley and NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman announced the Las Vegas expansion franchiseï¿½s official name and revealed its logo and colours Tuesday night at a gala ceremony for about 5,000 fans outside T-Mobile Arena, where the Golden Knights will
Oilers get past Islanders in shootout
Back in Brooklyn for the first time since being pummelled 8-1 last season, the Oilers gave up two goals in the first six minutes, lost two forwards in the first period and looked headed for another bloodletting at the hands of the New York Islanders.
Mike Babcock isn’t standing for Don Cherry’s goalie poop
Read 'Mike Babcock isn’t standing for Don Cherry’s goalie poop' on Yahoo Sports Canada. On Saturday night, venerable Hockey Night in Canada commentator Don Cherry ripped the Toronto Maple Leafs’ goaltending, praising the departed James Reimer (a.k.a. a go
Football Bears lose marathon game to Bisons
The game will go down as a classic. One that players on both the Alberta Golden Bears and Manitoba Bisons players will long talk about.
It was a game filled with pure entertainment. There were enough scoring plays to fill up a highlight reel for a season
Edmonton Oilers down the Winnipeg Jets 3-0
It was a balmy (we’re talking Winnipeg
in October, folks) 10.1 C for the
33,000 white-shirted, full-throated
Jets’ fans at puck-drop Sunday
afternoon in the outdoor Heritage
Classic at Investors Group Field, but
the visiting Edmonton Oilers le
Blue Jays' bats silenced in ALCS Game 1 loss to Cleveland
Corey Kluber and two other Indians pitchers combined on a shutout and Francisco Lindor's two-run homer lifted Cleveland to a 2-0 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series.
Canadians avoid calling Cleveland team 'Indians'
The Cleveland Indians are the only thing standing between the Toronto Blue Jays and the World Series. While that alone could earn the ire of most baseball-loving Canadians, many find their very name offensive.
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