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Ex-Senators winger Stone posts farewell and thank you note to Ottawa fans

Ex-Senators winger Stone posts farewell and thank you note to Ottawa fans

Mark Stone may now suit up for the Vegas Golden Knights, but he says his time with the Ottawa Senators will always be special to him.
Overhauled Vancouver Whitecaps 'hungry' going into new MLS season

Overhauled Vancouver Whitecaps 'hungry' going into new MLS season

VANCOUVER — Marc Dos Santos has been scouring the globe for talent and crafting a new style of play as he worked to rebuild the Vancouver Whitecaps this off-season.
Canadian speedskater Bloemen feeling good after coming back downtime, injuries

Canadian speedskater Bloemen feeling good after coming back downtime, injuries

CALGARY — Canadian speedskater Ted-Jan Bloemen admits he has had trouble finding his stride this season after taking some time away from competition, then dealing with back injuries on his return to training.
Manziel experiment in CFL over after league directs Alouettes to release QB

Manziel experiment in CFL over after league directs Alouettes to release QB

He entered the CFL with much fanfare and intrigue, but Johnny Football has made a mysterious exit.
Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson disappointed with Senators owner in arena dispute

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson disappointed with Senators owner in arena dispute

Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson has expressed disappointment in Senators owner Eugene Melnyk now that a proposed new downtown arena for the NHL team is in jeopardy.
Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner out week-to-week with back injury

Leafs defenceman Jake Gardiner out week-to-week with back injury

TORONTO — Defenceman Jake Gardiner will be out week-to-week with a back injury, the Toronto Maple Leafs said Wednesday.
Morales drives in two as Jays edge Pirates 2-1 for first win in spring training

Morales drives in two as Jays edge Pirates 2-1 for first win in spring training

BRADENTON, Fla. — Kendrys Morales drove in a pair of runs as the Blue Jays beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-1 Wednesday, giving Toronto its first win in spring training.
Quebec premier says hockey game should have been stopped after racist taunts

Quebec premier says hockey game should have been stopped after racist taunts

MONTREAL — Racist taunts recently directed at a black hockey player were unacceptable and should not be tolerated, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said Wednesday.
Canadian Premier League schedule to be split into spring and fall campaigns

Canadian Premier League schedule to be split into spring and fall campaigns

TORONTO — The Canadian Premier League season will be split in two, with spring and fall champions meeting to decide the year's overall winner.
NHL Notebook: Tavares prepared for what's to come in Long Island return

NHL Notebook: Tavares prepared for what's to come in Long Island return

John Tavares seems resigned to his fate.
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