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Canada's men's hockey team trying to come together and bond of and off ice

Canada's men's hockey team trying to come together and bond of and off ice

When 36-year-old journeyman Adam Cracknell went over to Beijing in 2019 in an effort to extend a professional hockey career that’s now lasted nearly 17 years, he wasn’t really expecting to return any time soon.
Star receiver Banks, the CFL's MOP in 2019, leaves Ticats after eight seasons

Star receiver Banks, the CFL's MOP in 2019, leaves Ticats after eight seasons

HAMILTON — Star receiver Brandon Banks is leaving the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after eight seasons with the CFL club.
Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen charged with sexual assault

Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen charged with sexual assault

VANCOUVER — Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jake Virtanen has been charged with sexual assault following a police investigation. Vancouver police said Thursday the B.C.
Giovinco back training with Toronto FC but future with club still unclear

Giovinco back training with Toronto FC but future with club still unclear

TORONTO — Former MLS MVP Sebastian Giovinco is back with Toronto FC, training with the team without a contract at present.
ECHL player Panetta suspended for remainder of season after making 'racial gesture'

ECHL player Panetta suspended for remainder of season after making 'racial gesture'

The ECHL has suspended former Jacksonville Icemen forward Jacob Panetta for the remainder of the season for a "racial gesture" directed toward South Carolina Stingrays defenceman Jordan Subban in a game on Saturday.

Rugby Canada names Jamie Levchuk as interim chief executive officer

Rugby Canada has appointed Jamie Levchuk interim chief executive officer while the search continues for a permanent successor for Allen Vansen.

Skip Ideson, veterans Forrest, Thiessen lead Canada's wheelchair curling team

OTTAWA — Mark Ideson will lead a Canadian wheelchair curling team looking to return to the top of the podium at next month's Beijing Paralympics. Canadian Paralympic Committee and Curling Canada announced the five-athlete Paralympic team Thursday.

Senators sign veteran defenceman Nick Holden to one-year extension

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have signed defenceman Nick Holden to a one-year contract extension worth US$1.3 million. The 34-year-old has a goal and three assists in 30 games this season.

Curling Notebook: Moskowy to return to Team Dunstone at Saskatchewan playdowns

Team Matt Dunstone will have its regular lineup back together for the upcoming Saskatchewan provincial playdowns. Vice-skip Braeden Moskowy withdrew from Canada's Olympic trials last November on the eve of the competition.
Playing before empty seats disappointing for hometown rink competing at Scotties

Playing before empty seats disappointing for hometown rink competing at Scotties

To prepare for this year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Krista McCarville and her rink from Thunder Bay, Ont.