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HELSINKI — Canada's Kaetlyn Osmond and Gabrielle Deleman are among the leaders following the women's short program at the world figure skating championship in Helsinki. Osmond, from Marystown, N.L., is in second place with a score of 75.98. Daleman, from Richmond Hill, Ont., is third with 72.19. Russia's Evgenia Medvedeva scored 79.01 to take the top spot while teammate Anna Pogorilaya is fourth at 71.52. The long program is set for Friday.      The Canadian Press ©2017 The Canadian Press…
03.29 / 14:57
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Now that the Oilers have officially earned the right to play spring hockey, let’s take a by-the-numbers look at the path that (eventually) got them back to the p…
03.29 / 14:25
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The McMorris brothers continue to amaze. Despite the fear and panic that would come with a medical evacuation for Mark McMorris in the backcountry of B.C., they're able to overcome and look at the bright side. Broken bones, surgeries, a ruptured spleen and potentially missing the Olympics isn't fazing the McMorris brothers. When Craig called yesterday to bring us up to date, he responded with a hearty hello and asked how I was doing. He then detailed the horrendous accident suffered by his…
03.29 / 14:07
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FUNCHAL, Portugal — Cristiano Ronaldo now has an international airport named after him. The Real Madrid striker was joined Wednesday by dozens of guests and hundreds of fans in his native Madeira Islands for an official ceremony renaming the local airport as Aeroporto Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal's president and the prime minister flew to the island and unveiled a commemorative plaque outside the terminal entrance, above a bust of Ronaldo. The 32-year-old Ronaldo is a local hero in Madeira, …
03.29 / 14:07
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When reached by email, International Olympic Committee spokesman Mark Adams gives three important messages regarding the NHL’s ongoing discussions regarding Olympic participation in…
03.29 / 13:33
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Brixington Blues booked a place in the final of the Exeter and District Youth League Under-11 Cup final after a 3-1 win over North Tawton under the floodlights at Ottery St…
03.29 / 12:45
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Budleigh Salterton did something on Saturday that they had not done all season, end a South West Peninsula League Eastern Division game all…
03.29 / 12:45
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Earlier this month, the Ridgetown Curling Club received recognition from the Trust Your Buddy program for the Club’s “acceptance and guidance in the sport of curling to those that are visually impaired.” “The Ridgetown Curling Club’s outstanding support and acceptance of our TYB members has meant a great deal to us,” said Dave Maxwell in The post Ridgetown Curling Club Earns Recognition appeared first on Chatham-Kent Sports N…
03.29 / 11:13
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Honiton Town have a terrific chance to make life very tough for their title rivals in the race to land the Macron League Premier Division top…
03.29 / 08:07
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DAUPHIN — The defending Western Hockey League champions are in a world of trouble. The Brandon Wheat Kings dropped a 6-2 decision to the Medicine Hat Tigers at Credit Union Place on Tuesday, putting them in a 3-0 hole in their best-of seven Eastern Conference quarter-final series. T…
03.29 / 08:04
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Brandon University is going to be a busy place this summer as it is offering many different athletic camps for local athletes. The general soccer camp for kids aged seven to 15 will take run from July 17-21 at HLC Field. Participants will develop their technical ability, one-on-one defending…
03.29 / 08:04
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Once again the members are turning out in their droves to establish their mark in the early seasons competitions following the conclusion of the winter competitions, writes John…
03.29 / 07:43
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Lympstone ABCs Jack Silk just missed out on emulating younger brother Louis when he was edged out in his national finals title bout at the TA Centre South in…
03.29 / 07:43
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Exmouth United Under-12s brushed aside the challenge of hosts Pink Panthers, beating the Exeter-based side…
03.29 / 07:43
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After a decade of futility as the NHL’s laughingstock, the Edmonton Oilers have finally found the recipe to success and can now turn their attention to the…
03.29 / 06:07
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Auston Matthews is now the Maple Leafs rookie goal-scoring leader, an accomplishment that won’t soon be forgotten in what has become an unforgettable season in Toronto thanks to No. 34 and fellow rookies Mitch Marner and William…
03.29 / 04:54
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Andrei Markov has been racking up points in style for the Montreal Canadiens for years, and he was at it again Tuesday against the Dallas Stars on his way to a career…
03.29 / 04:54
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Sam Steel scores a hat trick and Tyler Brown made 41 saves as the Pats blew past the Hitmen 5-2 Tuesday night. After two successful home stands against Calgary the Pats have pushed the Hitmen to the brink of elimination, going up 3-0 in the series. Steel started his three goal night off early with a goal just one minute into the first period with a feed from Dawson Leedahl and he didn't let off the gas all night. He got back on the board about eight minutes later with a pass from Sergey…
03.29 / 04:36
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EDMONTON — Cam Talbot made 34 saves as the Edmonton Oilers officially qualified for the playoffs for the first time since the 2005-2006 season with a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday. Connor McDavid and Eric Gryba scored for the Oilers (42-25-9), who have won seven of their last eight games. Jarome Iginla replied for the Kings (35-33-7), who have lost four of their last five and whose playoff hopes are hanging on by a thread. The Anaheim Ducks and San Jose Sharks both also …
03.29 / 04:36
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In the wake of the Leafs’ 3-2 win over Florida on Tuesday, talk will focus on matters other than a backup pressed into service. But no one in Toronto’s lineup came up bigger than backup goaltender Curtis M…
03.29 / 04:05
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