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Eric Lapointe's group won't be buying Alouettes from Robert Wetenhall

Eric Lapointe's group won't be buying Alouettes from Robert Wetenhall

The CFL says American businessman Robert Wetenhall still owns the Montreal Alouettes but if the franchise goes up for sale, a group headed by former player Eric Lapointe won't be in the running.
Exceptions to the rule: How players given early entry to CHL drafts have done

Exceptions to the rule: How players given early entry to CHL drafts have done

Shane Wright is the sixth member of the Canadian Hockey League's exceptional-player club, gaining early entry to a major junior draft.
Wolfpack hold 'home' game in London, looking to showcase transatlantic team

Wolfpack hold 'home' game in London, looking to showcase transatlantic team

With its home opener not until April 28, the Toronto Wolfpack continue life on the road. But they do it on their own terms Saturday, hosting Sheffield Eagles in a "home" game at London's New River Stadium, home of the London Skolars.
Impact eager to get back on the pitch to erase 7-1 'nightmare' loss to KC

Impact eager to get back on the pitch to erase 7-1 'nightmare' loss to KC

MONTREAL — The Montreal Impact are aching to get back on the pitch following their worst defeat in franchise history — a game head coach Remi Garde called a "nightmare.
Douglas scores try on return but Canada falls to Argentina at Hong Kong Sevens

Douglas scores try on return but Canada falls to Argentina at Hong Kong Sevens

HONG KONG — Canadian speedster Justin Douglas celebrated his 25th birthday with the 130th try of his career but it wasn't enough for Canada to beat Argentina in their opening match Friday at the Hong Kong Sevens.
After spectacular debut, what can Toronto's Alejandro Pozuelo for an encore

After spectacular debut, what can Toronto's Alejandro Pozuelo for an encore

TORONTO — Alejandro Pozuelo dazzled in his MLS debut with two eye-popping goals and an assist last week.
Filly's mysterious pregnancy lands Nova Scotia horsemen in court

Filly's mysterious pregnancy lands Nova Scotia horsemen in court

TRURO, N.S. — The young filly could have been a contender. An adjudicator says Putnam's Snowstorm had the right bloodlines and the speed to potentially be a winning harness racer.
Thursday's Games

Thursday's Games

Thursday's Games NHL Nashville 3 Vancouver 2 Colorado 3 Winnipeg 2 (OT) San Jose 3 Edmonton 2 Tampa Bay 3 Toronto 1 Washington 2 Montreal 1 Buffalo 5 Ottawa 2 Carolina 3 New Jersey 1 N.Y.
Brent Burns lifts Sharks over Oilers 3-2; Edmonton drops fifth straight

Brent Burns lifts Sharks over Oilers 3-2; Edmonton drops fifth straight

EDMONTON — The San Jose Sharks don't feel they are in playoff form yet, but Thursday night was a step in the right direction.
Koe beats Shuster but falls to Mouat at world men's curling championship

Koe beats Shuster but falls to Mouat at world men's curling championship

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — American skip John Shuster buried a draw to put the pressure on Canada's Kevin Koe in the ninth end of their game at the world men's curling championship on Thursday. There was just one problem.
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