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Nova Scotia beats Northern Ontario at Canadian junior curling championship

LANGLEY, B.C. — Nova Scotia's Graeme Weagle downed Jacob Horgan of Northern Ontario 5-3 in round-robin play at the Canadian junior curling championship on Sunday, spoiling Horgan's 100th career game at the national level.

Canadians win two mixed-doubles curling matches at Youth Olympics

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Canada's Nathan Young and Laura Nagy of Hungary teamed up to defeat Sweden and Denmark 11-5 in mixed doubles curling at the Youth Olympic Games on Sunday. Emily Deschenes of Greely, Ont.

Toronto FC reserve side signs two goalkeepers and welcomes Uccello back to fold

Toronto FC has added to its reserve team roster, signing American goalkeepers Kevin Silva and Eric Klenofsky and Canadian midfielder Luca Uccello to USL contracts.
Skate Canada to wait on final decision for world championship team

Skate Canada to wait on final decision for world championship team

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Sonny Bill Williams a spectator as Wolfpack win pre-season game Sunday

Sonny Bill Williams a spectator as Wolfpack win pre-season game Sunday

CASTLEFORD, England — Star signing Sonny Bill Williams was a spectator Sunday as the Toronto Wolfpack scored 10 second-half points to defeat Castleford Tigers 16-10 in their one official pre-season game in advance of Super League play.

Canucks use 4-1 win over Sharks to move into first place in Pacific Division

VANCOUVER — It was a good way for the Vancouver Canucks to head into the NHL All-Star break. Tanner Pearson scored on the power play and had an assist as the Canucks outshot the San Jose Sharks 39-18 during a 4-1 victory Saturday night.

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Pearson has goal and assist as Canucks outshoot Sharks 38-17 in 4-1 win

VANCOUVER — Tanner Pearson scored on the power play and had an assist as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the San Jose Sharks 4-1 Saturday night. Loui Eriksson, J.T.
Toews, Blackhawks thump Leafs 6-2 to send Toronto into break on a sour note

Toews, Blackhawks thump Leafs 6-2 to send Toronto into break on a sour note

TORONTO — The Maple Leafs had plane tickets in hand, ready to jet off to warmer climates. In truth, it looked like they already had one foot out the door.

Jacobs, Epping to meet in Canadian Open men’s final

YORKTON, Sask. — Brad Jacobs of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., and Toronto's John Epping will face off in Sunday's final at the Grand Slam of Curling's Canadian Open. Jacobs booked his place in the championship game by defeating Winnipeg’s Mike McEwen 6-3.