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Brock Boeser 'stoked' to be back with Canucks after signing three-year deal

VANCOUVER — Brock Boeser wasn't expecting drawn out contract talks with the Vancouver Canucks this summer but the prolonged negotiations did have an upside.
Forward Joshua Roy has rebuilding Sea Dogs on the upswing

Forward Joshua Roy has rebuilding Sea Dogs on the upswing

TORONTO — The Saint John Sea Dogs caught a break in their attempt to build a championship team.

'Weekend warrior' Matt Beers humbled to play lacrosse for Canada

After years of grinding it out in the National Lacrosse League, Matt Beers is looking forward to a new challenge — representing Canada.

Canadian Linda Morais set to fight for gold at world wrestling championships

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan — Canada's Linda Morais will go for gold in the women's 59-kilogram division at the world wrestling championships. But reigning Olympic champion Erica Wiebe lost her 76-kilogram quarterfinal against Estonia's Epp Mae.
Bayern beats Red Star 3-0 to open Champions League campaign

Bayern beats Red Star 3-0 to open Champions League campaign

MUNICH — Bayern Munich substitute Thomas Müller provided a late highlight as the German powerhouse beat Red Star Belgrade 3-0 in their Champions League opener on Wednesday.
Cheryl Bernard to play as a substitute on Team Scheidegger at three events

Cheryl Bernard to play as a substitute on Team Scheidegger at three events

Sometimes when curling analyst Cheryl Bernard makes the walk from the broadcast booth down to the ice, the competitive feelings come rushing back.

Toronto FC, coach fined for violating MLS's mass confrontation policy

TORONTO — For the second week in a row, Toronto FC and coach Greg Vanney have been fined for violating Major League Soccer's mass confrontation policy.

MLB, players' union donate to Bahamas relief on Clemente Day

NEW YORK — Major League Baseball and the players' union have made a joint donation of $210,000 to help with relief and recovery in the Bahamas after the destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian.
Retired Canadians Virtue and Moir leave ice dancing in a better place

Retired Canadians Virtue and Moir leave ice dancing in a better place

TORONTO — Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir knew they were taking a huge risk when they came out of a two-year retirement, setting their lofty sights on a gold medal at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics. Almost no one was happy with the news.
Biggio's cycle for Blue Jays brings back bittersweet memories for Frye

Biggio's cycle for Blue Jays brings back bittersweet memories for Frye

Jeff Frye woke up Wednesday morning to a flood of tweets about Blue Jays rookie Cavan Biggio hitting for the cycle against the Baltimore Orioles the night before.