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Ottawa Fury FC says CONCACAF is seeking to bar it from playing in USL

Ottawa Fury FC says CONCACAF has moved to block it from playing in the United Soccer League in 2019.
Real Madrid, Man U pay price for fielding weakened teams

Real Madrid, Man U pay price for fielding weakened teams

Two of European soccer's grandest clubs paid the price for fielding weakened teams on the final night of Champions League group play, with Real Madrid slumping to a record home loss and Manchester United squandering a surprise opportunity to top its
Few veterans at Canada's junior hockey camp, but newcomers bring confidence

Few veterans at Canada's junior hockey camp, but newcomers bring confidence

COLWOOD, B.C. — An undrafted player who is leading the scoring race in the Western Hockey League hopes his breakout season will soon be rewarded with a spot on Canada's junior hockey team.
Teenager Alphonso Davies wins Canadian Men's Soccer Player for the Year Award

Teenager Alphonso Davies wins Canadian Men's Soccer Player for the Year Award

TORONTO — Teenage midfielder Alphonso Davies has become the youngest winner of the Canadian Men's Soccer Player for the Year Award. Davies was chosen in voting by Canadian coaches and media.
Ken Hitchcock has Oilers rolling, but other coaching changes falling flat

Ken Hitchcock has Oilers rolling, but other coaching changes falling flat

When the struggling Edmonton Oilers dropped the axe on head coach Todd McLellan and replaced him with the briefly-retired Ken Hitchcock last month, part of Peter Chiarelli's reasoning for the move came from a belief his team's roster was good enough

Arendz wins gold, fellow Canadian McKeever takes silver at IPC Nordic WCup stop

VUOKATTI, Finland — Mark Arendz won a gold medal in the men's standing division while fellow Canadian Brian McKeever took silver in the men's visually impaired category Wednesday at the opening event of the IPC Nordic World Cup circuit.
Victims of former ski coach Charest say they were 'sacrificed' by Alpine Canada

Victims of former ski coach Charest say they were 'sacrificed' by Alpine Canada

MONTREAL — A lawsuit filed Wednesday against Alpine Canada by three victims of former national ski coach Bertrand Charest alleges the sports federation covered up the sexual abuse in the interest of results on the slopes and sponsorship money.
Toronto FC to visit Las Vegas in February for pre-season friendly with USL team

Toronto FC to visit Las Vegas in February for pre-season friendly with USL team

Toronto FC will play Las Vegas Lights FC in a pre-season friendly Feb. 2 in Las Vegas. The game with the USL club is the first announced for TFC during its training camp. Players are scheduled to report Jan.

No reason given as UFC opts to postpone 233 pay-per-view event in Anaheim

TORONTO — The UFC has postponed its UFC 233 pay-per-view card scheduled for Jan. 26 in Anaheim, Calif. The UFC did not provide a reason why.
Canada's Ashley Lawrence signs new PSG deal, prepares second charity event

Canada's Ashley Lawrence signs new PSG deal, prepares second charity event

Just 23, Canadian soccer international Ashley Lawrence is looking after her future while doing her best to help the welfare of others. Lawrence signed a new multi-year deal with Paris Saint-Germain on Monday.