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ANALYSIS: Off-ice business continues for 30 other teams during Stanley Cup final – Winnipeg

The end is in sight! The long marathon that is the NHL season ends no later than June 24. That’s the date for a potential Game 7 in Sunrise, Fla., between the Oilers and Panthers, if the final series goes that far. But while there are two teams still standing, …

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NBA wants federal regulatory gambling framework

The NBA’s deputy commissioner and chief operating officer says the league wants a strong federal regulatory framework for legalized gambling in the United States. Mark Tatum made the comments on Wednesday, a day after a New York man was charged in a sports betting scandal that spurred the NBA to …

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ANALYSIS: Who should Winnipeg Jets fans support in Stanley Cup Final? – Winnipeg

If you’re seeking a rooting interest in this year’s Stanley Cup Final, there are, of course, two choices: the Florida Panthers or the Edmonton Oilers. Where that may get a little awkward for many in this market is making the choice. You see, the Panthers possess two former Winnipeg Jets …

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Hays powers Orioles to 7-2 victory over Blue Jays

TORONTO – The Baltimore Orioles showed off their depth Monday with a four-homer performance in a 7-2 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. Blue Jays starter Kevin Gausman kept the big guns at the top of the order in check but some of the other Orioles stepped …

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A man’s ‘wild experience’ of going from fan to caddie at PGA’s Canadian Open

Aurora, Ont.’s Paul Emerson says his heart rate went up pretty quickly when he was called into action to carry clubs after a pro golfer’s caddie wiped out on steep grass at the third hole of the RBG Canadian Open in Hamilton on Sunday. “He was pretty badly hurt,” Emerson …

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Saskatchewan Roughriders make final roster moves, release Mason Fine

Descrease article font size Increase article font size With the CFL season just one week away, the Saskatchewan Roughriders are tightening the screws and making their final roster moves. And with it comes the release of multiple big names for the green and white. Perhaps most notably, the team will …

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Tiger-Cats make final roster cuts, release Bayless and Bennett – Hamilton

Receiver Omar Bayless and Canadian defensive end Mason Bennett highlight a long list of roster cuts announced Saturday by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Canadian Football League teams had until 10 p.m. Eastern Time to submit their last round of training camp transactions. Hamilton cut 29 players from its roster and placed …

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Skinner’s 34 saves lead Oilers to Stanley Cup Final in win over Stars – Edmonton

The Edmonton Oilers advanced to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 2006, after a 2-1 win over the Dallas Stars on Sunday night, at Rogers Place. “There’s been lots of growing pains, for sure–lots of lessons along the way–but this was always part of the plan and it feels good to be here …

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Last minute goal helps the Saginaw Spirit edge the London Knights 4-3 and win the 2024 Memorial Cup

Josh Bloom’s goal with 21.7 seconds remaining in the third period broke a 3-3 tie and gave the Saginaw Spirit a 4-3 victory and their first Memorial Cup championship. Jorian Donovan managed to keep a puck in at the blue line and got it to the net where it bounced …

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Blue Jays starter Manoah placed on injured list

Toronto Blue Jays starter Alek Manoah was placed on the 15-day injured list Friday due to a right elbow sprain and was scheduled for an in-person evaluation with orthopedic surgeon Dr. Keith Meister next week. The 26-year-old right-hander, who missed the first five weeks of the season due to right …

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