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Canada's Brooke Henderson moves up to No. 1 on LPGA Tour standings

Canada's Brooke Henderson is No. 1 on the LPGA Tour standings.

She was elevated to the top spot on the Race to CME Globe rankings on Monday after winning the Hilton Grand Vacations Tournament of Champions.

Henderson won the season-opening elite 29-player tournament by four strokes.

The native of Smiths Falls, Ont., now has 13 professional wins, the most in Canadian golf history.

Henderson finished 2022 third in the Race to CME Globe rankings and seventh in the Rolex Rankings.

The 25-year-old remains in seventh in the Rolex Rankings, which evaluate a player's performance over a rolling two-year period weighted in favour of the current year.

 

Is there a Netlix `curse' on Australian Open tennis players?

Tennis is abuzz with tongue-in-cheek talk about a “Netflix curse” during the Australian Open.

 

There are folks drawing a line from the streaming service's new docuseries about the sport to the recent rough times for Season 1 protagonists.

 

Only one of the 10 players featured prominently across the five episodes released last week remains in the singles competition at Melbourne Park heading into Saturday.

 

That is Felix Auger-Aliassime. He is a 22-year-old from Canada who said he hadn't heard of the supposed “curse” until his girlfriend mentioned it to him Friday.

Canadian QB Rourke looking to carve out NFL career with Jacksonville Jaguars

Former B.C. Lions quarterback Nathan Rourke says he's looking to create a job for himself as he heads to the NFL.

 

The 24-year-old from Victoria inked a standard rookie contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday after working out for a dozen NFL teams.

 

Rourke says he picked a squad where he could go in and compete for the backup quarterback position and be “one play away from playing.”

 

The six-foot-two, 209-pound Rourke is coming off a stellar CFL season where he threw for 3,349 yards with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 10 regular-season appearances. He added 304 yards on the ground with seven rushing TDs.

 

A foot injury that required surgery halted his campaign in August, but Rourke returned in the Lions' regular-season finale, then led the team to a 30-16 victory over the Calgary Stampeders in the West Division semifinal. B.C. ultimately fell 28-20 to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the West final.

 

Rourke says his time in the CFL taught him how to be a professional and prepare each and every week, and that he'll continue to cheer the Lions on as a fan.

Canadian Championship to kick off in April with 14 teams chasing the Voyageurs Cup

 

The 2023 Canadian Championship will kick off April 18 with 14 clubs including the defending champion Vancouver Whitecaps and three first-time participants.

Canada Soccer says the four-round tournament features teams from Major League Soccer, Canadian Premier League, League1 BC, League1 Ontario and Quebec's Premier League (Premiere ligue de soccer du Quebec or PLSQ).

New to the tournament are the CPL's Vancouver FC, League1 BC's TSS Rovers FC from Richmond, and Quebec's FC Laval.

Returning clubs are: Vancouver, Toronto FC and CF Montreal from MLS; Pacific FC, Cavalry FC, Valour FC, Forge FC, York United FC, Atletico Ottawa and HFX Wanderers FC from the Canadian Premier League; and Vaughan SC Azzurri from League1 Ontario.

The official draw is scheduled for January 31.

Vancouver and Toronto, as the 2022 champion and runner-up, will receive first-round byes.

 

Canada's Galarneau and Sebov post first-round qualifying wins at Australian Open

Canada's Alexis Galarneau and Katherine Sebov earned first-round qualifying wins Tuesday at the Australian Open.

 

Galarneau, from Laval, Que., defeated Britain's Ryan Peniston 7-6 (5), 6-2. Sebov, from Toronto, upset Linda Noskova of Czechia - the No. 2 seed in the women's qualifying draw - 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.

Qualifying play continues through the week ahead of the main draw opener on Monday.

Six Canadian players are on the main draw singles entry list for the first Grand Slam of the season.

Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime, Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., and Vasek Pospisil, a native of Vernon, B.C., are entered in the men's draw. The women's draw includes Leylah Fernandez of Laval, Que., Bianca Andreescu of Mississauga, Ont., and Vancouver's Rebecca Marino.

Carol Zhao of Richmond Hill, Ont., was scheduled to play her second-round qualifying match on Wednesday against 17th-seeded Clara Burel of France.

Bills safety Hamlin back in Buffalo to continue recovery

Doctors who treated Damar Hamlin say the Bills safety was moved to a hospital in Buffalo to continue his recovery.

 

It's an uplifting sign of the remarkable progress Hamlin has made a week after going into cardiac arrest and having to be resuscitated on the field during a game in Cincinnati.

 

Hamlin was discharged from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in the morning and flown to Buffalo, where Dr. William Knight said he was “doing well.”

 

Hamlin's return comes a day after he cheered on the Bills from his hospital bed during their 35-23 win over the New England Patriots. The game proved to be a cathartic outpouring of support for the Bills and Hamlin.

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Canada meets the United States in the semifinal at the world junior hockey championship in Halifax. The two rivals advanced to the semifinals after polar-opposite quarterfinals on Monday, with Canada beating Slovakia 4-3 in overtime and the U-S routing Germany 11-1. Czechia faces Sweden in today's other semifinal.

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There are three games on the N-H-L schedule tonight, with no Canadian teams in action. The Tampa Bay Lightning look to extend their four-game win streak when they face the Wild in Minnesota. The New Jersey Devils visit the Detroit Red Wings, and the Anaheim Ducks host the Dallas Stars.

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Milwaukee visits the Toronto Raptors, a day after Giannis Antetokounmpo dropped 55 points in the Bucks' 123-113 win against the Washington Wizards. The Raptors have lost seven of their last 10 games and sit 12th in the Eastern Conference standings.

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The New Orleans Pelicans are bracing for another extended stint without star forward Zion Williamson. Williamson has a strained right hamstring and will be re-evaluated in three weeks. If that timetable holds, Williamson will miss at least 10 games. Williamson missed all of last season and was limited to 85 games in his first two seasons because of injuries.

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The mastermind of the U-S college admissions bribery scandal is set to be sentenced in Federal Court in Boston. Prosecutors are seeking six years in prison for Rick Singer, who helped authorities secure the convictions of a slew of wealthy parents involved in his scheme to rig the selection process at top-tier schools.

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Canadian tennis star Bianca Andreescu has been bounced from the Adelaide Open. Andreescu lost her Round of 16 match in straight sets 6-4, 6-0 to Russia's Veronika Kudermetova. On the men's side, Denis Shapovalov will meet Russian Roman Safiullin  later today.  Fellow Canadians Leylah Fernadez and Rebecca Marino are also in action at the A-S-B Classic in New Zealand.

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The Nor-Man Wolves U-15 AAA hockey team to host a few home games in Thompson this month

The U-15 hockey team that represents northern Manitoba in the Winnipeg Triple-A League will be hosting its home games in Thompson this month.

 

The Norman Wolves, who typically play their home games in The Pas, will be playing at the CA Nesbitt Arena this weekend against the Winnipeg Wild Green.

 

The game on Saturday will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the puck drop on Sunday is at noon.

 

There will also be a pair of home games versus the Brandon Wheat Kings on January 21st and the 22nd at the same venue.

 

The games are free to attend, and Wolves players Simon Richcoon and Joey Hall invite residents to come support the team as many of the players are from Thompson.

 

Catch Thompson Today at 12:40 and 5:10 to learn more.

Coaching Association of Canada announces new mental health and sport project

The Coaching Association of Canada announced a new mental health and sport project funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada on Tuesday.

The National Mental Health and Sport project will be launching in February 2023.

The project will have three key objectives including updating some existing training modules, to create an online accessible national resource hub, and to strategically promote the educational content and national resource hub to new and diverse audiences across Canada.

CAC hopes to increase mental health literacy amongst coaches at all levels of sport and in all provinces and territories.

Although the program will benefit all coaches who participate, the project will put an emphasis on supporting coaches and community sport leaders in the communities identified as the most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mental health has been identified by federal, provincial, and territorial governments as the greatest risk to people in Canada as a result of COVID-19.

Hockey Canada releases slate of candidates to form new board of directors

Hockey Canada has named its slate of candidates to fill the nine vacant positions on its board of directors on a one-year term.

The organization's members will hold a vote Saturday on whether to accept or reject the entire slate, which includes five women and four men.

Hockey Canada's board stepped down in October as part of the fallout from its handling of sexual assault allegations against former members of two of its world junior teams.

Hugh L. Fraser, a retired judge with nearly three decades of experience at the Ontario court of justice, has been nominated as board chair.

Fraser, who as born in Kingston, Jamaica and grew up in Kingston, Ont., has been an arbitrator on the Court of Arbitration for Sport since 1995 and served on the first ad hoc court at the Olympic Games in 1996.

Cassie Campbell-Pascall, a three-time Olympian who captained Canada's women's team to gold medals in 2002 and 2006, is among the eight board members nominated.

The other nominees are Grant Borbridge, Julie Duranceau, Dave Evans, Marni Fullerton, Jonathan F. Goldbloom, Marian Jacko and Andrea Poole.

 

Head coach Mike O'Shea signs three-year extension with Blue Bombers

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed head coach Mike O'Shea to a three-year contract extension.

O'Shea won his second consecutive Annis Stukus Trophy as the CFL's top coach this year after leading the Blue Bombers to a club-record 15 regular-season wins and a third straight trip to the Grey Cup.

The Blue Bombers are 82-58 under O'Shea with Grey Cup championships in 2019 and 2021.

Winnipeg has posted six consecutive seasons with double-digit wins, matching a franchise-best stretch first established from 1957-62.

A former star linebacker, O'Shea was named to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2017 after a 16-year playing career with Toronto and Hamilton that saw him earn three Grey Cup rings.

He began his coaching career as special teams co-ordinator with Toronto from 2010-13, helping the Argonauts win a Grey Cup in 2012.

Poulin first female hockey player to win Canada's athlete of the year honour

Canada captain Marie-Philip Poulin has won the 2023 Northern Star Award, making her the first female hockey player to claim the honour given annually to Canada's athlete of the year.

The 31-year-old Beauceville, Que. forward led Canada's women's hockey team to both a world title and Olympic gold - scoring twice in a 3-2 win over the U.S. in the championship game in Beijing.

Poulin finished second in scoring at the Beijing Games with 17 points, one behind teammate Sarah Nurse.

She had 10 points in seven games at the world championship in Denmark, including an assist on Brianne Jenner's opening goal in a 2-1 win over the U.S. in the gold-medal game.

Poulin is the first female hockey player to win the award, and the ninth hockey player overall. Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price was the last to win in 2015.

Media members from across Canada voted Wednesday on the annual Toronto Star award. Other contenders included tennis player Felix Auger-Aliassime, golfer Brooke Henderson, swimmer Summer McIntosh, speedskater Isabelle Weidemann, soccer player Alphonso Davies, Colorado Avalanche defenceman Cale Makar and B.C. Lions quarterback Nathan Rourke.

 

Morocco beats Spain on penalties to advance at World Cup

Morocco advanced to the World Cup quarterfinals for the first time, beating Spain 3-0 in a penalty shootout on Tuesday.

Pablo Sarabia, Carlos Soler and Sergio Busquets missed their penalties for Spain, with Sarabia hitting the post and Montreal-born Morocco goalkeeper Yassine Bounou stopping the other two.

The teams drew 0-0 in regulation and extra time.

Morocco has been the biggest surprise of the tournament and will next face either Portugal or Switzerland.

Morocco is the only team from outside Europe or South America to make it to the last eight. It is the only Arab - and African - nation left in the tournament.

Canadian skips Gushue and Dunstone lose opening games at Masters

Canadian skips Brad Gushue and Matt Dunstone dropped their opening games Tuesday at the Grand Slam of Curling's Masters event.

Yannick Schwaller's Swiss side ran Gushue out of rocks in a 5-3 victory at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.

Norway's Magnus Ramsfjell scored a single in the eighth end for a 5-4 win over Dunstone.

At No. 2, Dunstone's Winnipeg-based rink is the top-ranked Canadian team on the year-to-date world rankings list. Sweden's Niklas Edin is No. 1 and Gushue, from St. John's, N.L., is third.

In other early games, Toronto's John Epping defeated Winnipeg's Reid Carruthers 7-3 and Scotland's Bruce Mouat dumped American Korey Dropkin 8-2.

Four draws are scheduled on the day. Play continues through Sunday.

World Cup ticketing app problem delays fans at England-Iran

Problems with FIFA's mobile application for World Cup match tickets caused hundreds of fans to miss the start of England's match against Iran.

 

Fans said their tickets had disappeared from their phone apps and lines began to form outside the Khalifa International Stadium about an hour before the 4 p.m. kickoff in Doha. The lines cleared at a ticketing help desk about 30 minutes into the game.

 

It was unclear if each ticket holder's problem was resolved or if fans had simply been sent in to see the game.

 

FIFA acknowledged “some spectators are currently experiencing an issue with accessing their tickets.”

Ouellette's five-yard TD run leads Argos past Blue Bombers 24-23 to win Grey Cup

A.J. Ouellette's five-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter rallied the Toronto Argonauts to a stirring 24-23 upset of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 109th Grey Cup on Sunday night.

 

Ouellette's TD - his second of the game - came at 11:36 with Boris Bede's convert giving Toronto its slender advantage.

 

And it was backup Chad Kelly, the nephew of former NFL star Jim Kelly, who engineered the five-play, 36-yard drive with veteran McLeod Bethel-Thompson sidelined with an unspecified injury. Ouellette's touchdown was set up by Javon Leake's 44-yard punt return that put Toronto at the Winnipeg 31-yard line with 6:07 remaining.

 

On Winnipeg's next possession, linebacker Henoc Muamba intercepted Zach Collaros to put the Argos at the Winnipeg 43-yard line with 3:20 to play. But the Bombers stayed alive with Nick Hallett's block of Bede's 37-yard field goal that put the West Division team at its 29-yard line with two minutes to go.

 

Following Robbie Smith's second-down sack, Smith got to Collaros again on third down but was flagged for a facemask penalty, putting Winnipeg at its 41. The Bombers drove to the Toronto 40-yard line but Smith blocked Liegghio's 47-yard attempt, putting Toronto at its 14-yard line with 43 seconds remaining.

 

Toronto was then able to run the clock out.

Blue Bombers win West final by beating Lions 28-20

Blue Bombers' running back Brady Oliveira rushed for 130 yards on 20 carries to lead Winnipeg to a 28-20 victory over the B.C. Lions in the West Division final on Sunday afternoon.

Oliveira also caught four passes for 37 yards before 30,319 fans at IG Field.

The Bombers are now one win away from winning three consecutive CFL championships for the first time in franchise history. And they could win three consecutive Grey Cup titles for the first time since 1982 (Edmonton) when they take on the Toronto Argonauts in the Grey Cup game in Regina next Sunday. The Argos defeated the Montreal Alouettes 34-27 in the East Division final.

Winnipeg quarterback Zach Collaros completed 14 of 20 passes for 178 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown pass to receiver Dalton Schoen, with one interception.

Bombers' punt returner Janarion Grant also returned a kicked 92 yards for a touchdown and backup quarterback Dakota Prukop scored on a two-yard TD run.

Winnipeg placekicker Marc Liegghio kicked field goals of 44, 24 and 16 yards and connected on only one of three convert attempts.

NHL and NHLPA say World Cup of Hockey tournament will not return in 2014

The World Cup of Hockey will not be returning in 2024.

The NHL and NHL Players' Association said in a joint statement Friday “the current environment it is not feasible” to hold the World Cup, but did not elaborate further.

The organizations were working on a plan to hold the tournament in February 2024.

The release said the two sides will continue to plan for the tournament's return, hopefully in February 2025.

The World Cup of Hockey was last held in 2016 in Toronto, with Canada defeating Team Europe 2-0 in a best-of-three final.

It was the last best-on-best international hockey tournament to be held, as the NHL has not allowed its players to participate at the last two Winter Olympics in 2018 and 2022.

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Kirby Dach scored twice and the Montreal Canadiens earned a 5-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Nick Suzuki, Arber Xhekaj and Dach gave Montreal a three-goal lead in the first period. Mike Hoffman also scored, for his third goal in two nights. Luke Schenn and Nils Hoglander replied for Vancouver.

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Edmonton Oilers forward Evander Kane will miss three to four months after being cut on the left wrist by a skate blade. The injury occurred during Edmonton's 3-2 win at Tampa Bay yesterday. Kane got tangled with Lightning defenceman Philippe Myers just inside Edmonton's defensive zone and was cut by the skate of Tampa Bay forward Pat Maroon.

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Canadiens rookie Juraj Slafkovsky has been suspended two games by the N-H-L boarding Matt Luff of the Detroit Red Wings. The incident happened in Montreal's 3-2 shootout win at Detroit yesterday. The 18-year-old Slafkovsky, the first overall pick in the 2022 draft, was assessed a major and game misconduct for driving Luff headfirst into the boards with a check from behind.

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Fred VanVleet and O-G Anunoby combined for 59 points to drag the lethargic Toronto Raptors to a 116-109 victory over the lowly Houston Rockets. VanVleet had seven three-pointers en route to 32 points. Anunoby scored 27 and grabbed nine rebounds in Toronto's third game without injured all-star forward Pascal Siakam.

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Houston Astros general manager James Click hasn't yet agreed to a new contract with the World Series champions. He helped oversee this year's title team, but there is no guarantee a deal will be reached. His fellow general managers didn't comment directly on the Astros' situation, but praised Click's work there. The G-Ms met for the second day at a Las Vegas resort.

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President Joe Biden says he hopes Russian President Vladimir Putin will be more willing to negotiate the release of WNBA star Brittney Griner now that the U.S. midterm elections are over. Griner's lawyers revealed today that she had been sent to a penal colony to serve her sentence for drug possession.

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Williams named Canada's coach for upcoming world junior hockey championship

Dennis Williams, who helped Canada win the gold medal at the 2022 world junior hockey championship as an assistant coach, will lead the staff for the upcoming 2023 tournament.

Hockey Canada announced its coaching staff for the tournament in Halifax and Moncton, N.B., on Wednesday. Joining Williams on Canada's bench will assistants coaches Stephane Julien, Brent Kisio and Alan Letang.

Goaltending consultant Kelly Guard and video coach James Emery are also on Williams's staff.

Williams, the head coach and general manager of the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips, was part of Dave Cameron's staff for Canada's team that won a rare summer tournament in Edmonton with a 3-2 win over Finland in the Aug. 20 gold-medal game.

He won a silver medal as an assistant with Canada's summer under-18 team at the 2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup and served as head coach of Canada Black at the 2018 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge.

The 2022 championship was postponed from its normal time due to an outbreak of the Omicron variant of the novel coronavirus.

 

Auger-Aliassime increases winning streak to 14 matches with close win over Ymer

Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime kept his winning streak alive with a razor-thin 6-7 (6), 6-4, 7-6 (6) win over Sweden's Mikael Ymer in second-round action Wednesday at the Paris Masters tennis tournament.

Auger-Aliassime won on his second match point opportunity to end a marathon match that took three and a half hours to complete. With the eight-seeded Canadian serving for the match, Ymer hit a forehand long as Auger-Aliassime continued his march toward the season-ending ATP Finals with his 14th straight win.

Auger-Aliassime had a chance to put the match away earlier in the third-set tiebreak. Ymer, serving down 6-5, stayed alive when he tucked a shot over Auger-Aliassime's racket to end a lengthy rally.

Auger-Aliassime set up his second match point when Ymer hit a shot into the net on the following point.

Ymer, who advanced to the main draw through qualifying, did not make it easy for the in-form Auger-Aliassime.

The Montreal native, who entered Paris after holding serve throughout his tournament win last week at the Swiss Indoors in Basel, faced 17 break points on Wednesday and saved 14 of them.

R.D. Parker JuniorVolleyball Teams in Action this Weekend

The RD Parker Collegiate Junior Varsity Boys and Girls Volleyball teams are in Winnipeg this weekend to compete in the 2022 John Taylor Collegiate Piper Classic.

 

The tournament takes place today and tomorrow.  Check for results on the RDPC Athletics Social Media pages or go to M-H-S-A-A dot CA.

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The Ottawa Senators shoot for their fifth win in seven games as they host the Minnesota Wild tonight. The Senators are led by captain Brady Tkachuk, who's off to a hot start with five goals and five assists in six contests.     Elsewhere tonight, Montreal is in Buffalo, Edmonton visits Chicago, Winnipeg is at Los Angeles, Toronto's road trip continues in San Jose and Vancouver visits Seattle .

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Montreal's Leylah Fernandez and Vancouver's Rebecca Marino will meet in an All-Canadian quarterfinal at a tennis tournament in Tampico,  Mexico. The third-seeded Fernandez enters having won consecutive matches in straight sets.

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The undefeated Philadelphia Eagles have acquired three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Robert Quinn from the Chicago Bears. Chicago gets a fourth-round pick in 2023 in return. Quinn set a Bears record last season with 18-and-a-half sacks, but has just one this year.

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Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson has proclaimed himself “ready to roll” despite a lingering hamstring injury ahead of Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium in London. Wilson was a limited participant at practice yesterday and was held out of Sunday's 16-9 loss to the New York Jets because of a pulled hamstring.

 

Qatar says it will drop most of its coronavirus restrictions beginning November 1st, just before it hosts the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Qatar's Health Ministry has announced COVID test results would not be required for those flying into the country. The country also dropped a requirement to register for the country's contract-tracing app.

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British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly is facing criticism after telling gay soccer fans heading to the World Cup in Qatar that they should show some “compromise” and “be respectful of the host nation.” The comments were quickly disavowed by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's office. A senior figure in the opposition Labour party called them “shockingly tone deaf.” Homosexual activity is criminalized in Qatar.

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The Toronto Raptors will shoot for their second straight win as they host the Philadelphia 76ers tonight. It's the first time the teams have met since the Sixers eliminated the Raptors in the first round of last season's N-B-A playoffs. Toronto is dealing with injuries to Scottie Barnes and Otto Porter Junior.

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Edmonton is the lone Canadian N-H-L team in action tonight. The Oilers can rise above the .500 mark with a road victory in St. Louis. The Blues blanked the Oilers 2-0 on Saturday in Edmonton. Elsewhere, the New York Rangers host the New York Islanders and the Tampa Bay Lightning visit the Anaheim Ducks.

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Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Boston Celtics star Jaylen Brown have terminated their associations with Donda Sports, the brand management agency owned by the artist formerly known as Kanye West. The two sports stars dropped the agency owned by the music mogul now known as Ye after his latest round of offensive and antisemitic remarks.

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E-S-P-N has closed a deal to sell its majority stake in the X Games and Winter X Games. That marks the end of a nearly three-decade chapter during which the network helped propel snowboarding, skateboarding and other action sports out of the fringe and into the mainstream. Terms of the sale to the private equity firm M-S-P Sports Capital were not released.

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Manchester United defender Raphael Varane (verr-raan) has been ruled out until the World Cup after sustaining a hamstring injury. But United manager Erik ten Hag said today the France international could still play a part in Qatar for his country. Varane was in tears after getting hurt in his team's 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Saturday as he feared his World Cup chances had been ended. That may not be the case. Ten Hag says it depends on “how his rehab will develop.”

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A Spanish man walking from Madrid to Doha for the World Cup is believed to be under arrest in Iran where he went missing more than three weeks ago, his family said today. The parents of 41-year-old adventurer Santiago Sanchez reported him missing on October 17th. They said Spain's police and diplomats were helping the family.

 

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