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Weber scores two, Canadiens snap losing streak with 5-1 win over Panthers

Weber scores two, Canadiens snap losing streak with 5-1 win over Panthers

Montreal's franchise players stepped up in a big way as the Canadiens notched their first regulation victory of the season. The Canadiens ended their seven-game losing skid with a convincing 5-1 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday night.
Doping scandal roils another sport: Dogsledding

Doping scandal roils another sport: Dogsledding

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Cycling. Baseball. Track. Horse racing.
Canada to host first leg of Rugby World Cup qualifier against Uruguay B.C. Place

Canada to host first leg of Rugby World Cup qualifier against Uruguay B.C. Place

VANCOUVER — Kingsley Jones got an early taste of what's waiting for him if he can get Canada past Uruguay and into the 2019 Rugby World Cup — a lot of attention from back home.
League Cup: Man City wins shootout, Arsenal rescued by teen

League Cup: Man City wins shootout, Arsenal rescued by teen

Claudio Bravo was a forgotten man at Manchester City. Even the most loyal Arsenal fan probably knew little about Eddie Nketiah. On Tuesday, both players were showered with praise after match-winning performances in the English League Cup.
Never short of an opinion, former NHL agitator Avery ready for the right TV job

Never short of an opinion, former NHL agitator Avery ready for the right TV job

TORONTO — Sean Avery on "Coach's Corner?" The former NHL bad boy says he could see himself dishing out opinions on today's hockey on TV. Avery says while he's not interested in analysing X's and O's, he has plenty to say about the game.
Division final in the bag, Stampeders want to maintain edge and manage bodies

Division final in the bag, Stampeders want to maintain edge and manage bodies

CALGARY — A division final already in their pockets, the Calgary Stampeders feel urgency to get their game in order for the playoffs.

North America World Cup bidders says poll shows high interest in hosting in 2026

TORONTO — North Americans are on side in going after the 2026 World Cup, according to a survey released by the bid backers. An online survey conducted by Ipsos for the soccer governing bodies in Canada, Mexico and the U.S.
Whitecaps host  Earthquakes in knockout round looking for first playoff win

Whitecaps host Earthquakes in knockout round looking for first playoff win

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps like to talk about making history. They have a chance to finally do it on the big stage Wednesday night.
Former NHL agitator Sean Avery still making waves, this time as an author

Former NHL agitator Sean Avery still making waves, this time as an author

TORONTO — Sean Avery is the first to admit he's made mistakes. "I've put myself in some stupid situations. I always have," the former NHL agitator said in an interview. "I'm not perfect and I don't think before I act — a lot.

Edmonton Oilers activate forwards Draisaitl and Caggiula from injured reserve

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers activated forwards Leon Draisaitl and Drake Caggiula from injured reserve before Tuesday night's game at Pittsburgh.