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Charles Hudon signs one-year deal with Montreal Canadiens

Charles Hudon signs one-year deal with Montreal Canadiens

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens have signed forward Charles Hudon to a one-year, US$800,000 contract. Hudon, 25, had three goals and two assists in 32 games with the Canadiens last season.

Nigel Owens to referee Rugby World Cup opener between Japan and Russia

DUBLIN — Nigel Owens will pick up where he left off at the Rugby World Cup when the Welshman referees the opening match in September between host Japan and Russia.
New coach Khari Jones looks to lead Montreal Alouettes to third win in a row

New coach Khari Jones looks to lead Montreal Alouettes to third win in a row

MONTREAL — Veteran defensive end John Bowman has seen his fair share of coaches throughout his 14-year CFL career. But he says there's something special about new Montreal Alouettes head coach Khari Jones.
Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone to fight Justin Gaethje at UFC Vancouver event

Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone to fight Justin Gaethje at UFC Vancouver event

Donald (Cowboy) Cerrone will face Justin Gaethje in the main event of a UFC televised card in September in Vancouver. Cerrone (36-12-0 with one no contest) is ranked No. 4 among lightweight contenders while Gaethje (20-2-0) is No. 5.
Toronto Wolfpack look to hoist another rugby league trophy with win at Widnes

Toronto Wolfpack look to hoist another rugby league trophy with win at Widnes

The Toronto Wolfpack can earn their third trophy in as many years with a win Sunday at Widnes Vikings.
Local boy Ashtone Morgan still making his mark in ninth season with Toronto FC

Local boy Ashtone Morgan still making his mark in ninth season with Toronto FC

TORONTO — A rare goal by Ashtone Morgan helped Toronto FC secure the win over the New York Red Bulls on Wednesday night. While scoring is not Morgan's forte, Toronto's longest-serving player still brings plenty to the table without much fanfare.
A first Tour at 32: Rookie Canadian savours every moment

A first Tour at 32: Rookie Canadian savours every moment

PAU, France — If there was a smiley-face jersey for the happiest rider at the Tour de France, to go alongside the iconic yellow shirt worn by the race leader, Canadian Mike Woods would be in the running for it.
Promoter says no plans to slash prices for NFL pre-season game in Winnipeg

Promoter says no plans to slash prices for NFL pre-season game in Winnipeg

WINNIPEG — Greg Payonk has travelled to watch three NFL games, but he's skipping the one in his own backyard because of the ticket prices. The Winnipeg resident doesn't appear to be the only one making that decision.
Raptors' Kyle Lowry has surgery on thumb injured in playoffs

Raptors' Kyle Lowry has surgery on thumb injured in playoffs

TORONTO — Kyle Lowry has undergone surgery to repair damaged ligaments in his left thumb, an injury he played through during the last two rounds of Toronto's run to the NBA championship.
25 years later, Park remains part of CFL folklore for infamous O Canada

25 years later, Park remains part of CFL folklore for infamous O Canada

It has brought Dennis Casey Park plenty of fame and notoriety and even led to him meeting his wife. Tuesday marked the 25th anniversary of Park botching "O Canada" before the Las Vegas Posse's first CFL home game July 16, 1994.