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Marlies assistant coach Davison rushed to hospital, game with Stars forfeited

CEDAR PARK, Texas — Marlies assistant coach Rob Davison experienced a medical emergency ahead of Toronto's game against the Texas Stars on Friday night, leading to a 1-0 forfeit of the American Hockey League game.

Europe and Canada split scrambles but Europeans hold 13-5 Continental Cup lead

LONDON, Ont. — Although Calgary's Kevin Koe finally got the Canadian men on the board after a 3-3 tie with Switzerland's Peter de Cruz on Friday night, Canada still trailed Team Europe 13-5 at curling's Continental Cup.

Brym, Didic, Nelson open their international accounts as Canada beats Barbados

IRVING, Calif. — Charles-Andreas Brym, Amer Didic and 17-year-old Jayden Nelson scored their first international goals to help Canada beat Barbados 4-1 in a soccer friendly Friday. The Canadians, ranked 73rd in the world, also defeated No.
After five seasons with Toronto FC, Jay Chapman looks forward to life in Miami

After five seasons with Toronto FC, Jay Chapman looks forward to life in Miami

Midfielder Jay Chapman is among familiar faces with Canada in camp in California. But a new MLS adventure looms for the 26-year-old with expansion Inter Miami CF after five seasons playing in his hometown with Toronto FC.

Blue Jays avoid arbitration by agreeing to deals with Giles, Drury and Shoemaker

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays avoided arbitration with three players on Friday by agreeing to terms on one-year deals with closer Ken Giles, right-hander Matt Shoemaker and infielder Brandon Drury.
Nashville's Rinne joins short list of NHL goaltenders who have scored goals

Nashville's Rinne joins short list of NHL goaltenders who have scored goals

Former NHL goalie Damian Rhodes admits he was far from a good puck handler in his playing days. Scoring a goal was the furthest thing from his mind. "I didn't want one at all, I just wanted to win," Rhodes said Friday.
Like a fine wine: Winnipeg native's European hockey journey pays off

Like a fine wine: Winnipeg native's European hockey journey pays off

One of Kevin Clark's theories as to why he performed so brilliantly for Canada at the Spengler Cup last month and why he has enjoyed some of his best hockey at age 32 is the fact he became a father last summer.

Maple Leafs sign defenceman Martin Marincin to one-year extension

TORONTO — The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed defenceman Martin Marincin to a US$700,000, one-year contract extension. Marincin, 27, has no points and eight penalty minutes 13 games for the Maple Leafs this season.
Raptors coach says Powell cleared to return to action, Siakam and Gasol close

Raptors coach says Powell cleared to return to action, Siakam and Gasol close

Toronto head coach Nick Nurse says guard/forward Norm Powell is cleared to play Sunday when the Raptors host the San Antonio Spurs, while star forward Pascal Siakam and centre Marc Gasol are getting close to returning.
Senators name Jim Little as CEO; exec formerly worked for Shaw, RBC, Bombardier

Senators name Jim Little as CEO; exec formerly worked for Shaw, RBC, Bombardier

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have named Jim Little as the team's new chief executive officer.