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Andrew Copp scores go-ahead goal, Jets come back to beat Blackhawks

Andrew Copp scores go-ahead goal, Jets come back to beat Blackhawks

WINNIPEG — Andrew Copp may have found his calling playing centre. Moving from the wing to the middle due to injuries, the Winnipeg forward has been a force for the Winnipeg Jets lately.
U.S. defeats Canada in CONCACAF Women's Olympic Championship final

U.S. defeats Canada in CONCACAF Women's Olympic Championship final

CARSON, Calif. — The U.S. continued its mastery over Canada on Sunday, winning the CONCACAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Championship 3-0 on second-half goals by Lynn Williams, Lindsey Horan and Megan Rapinoe.

Toronto Arrows defeat Austin in their Major League Rugby season opener

AUSTIN, Texas — The Toronto Arrows opened their second season in Major League Rugby on a winning note Sunday, dispatching the Austin Gilgronis 38-10.
Canada's Nick Taylor goes wire to wire to win Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Canada's Nick Taylor goes wire to wire to win Pebble Beach Pro-Am

Canada's Nick Taylor faced increasingly windy conditions, a hard-charging Phil Mickelson, and his own struggles in the back nine to come out on top at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Pontus Aberg, Kasimir Kaskisuo lead Marlies over Rocket 5-2

TORONTO — Pontus Aberg had a goal and an assist and Kasimir Kaskisuo made 25 saves as the Toronto Marlies downed the Laval Rocket 5-2 on Sunday in American Hockey League action.
Canadians Kim Boutin, Steven Dubois win World Cup gold

Canadians Kim Boutin, Steven Dubois win World Cup gold

DRESDEN, Germany — Canadians Kim Boutin and Steven Dubois both won gold in the 500-metre event on Sunday at the ISU short track World Cup. Boutin, from Sherbrooke, Que., took her race in 42.328 — finishing ahead of China's Qu Chunyu (42.
Gabriela DeBues-Stafford criticizes Athletics Canada's handling of former coach

Gabriela DeBues-Stafford criticizes Athletics Canada's handling of former coach

Gabriela DeBues-Stafford is just one track and field athlete angry with Athletics Canada's handling of allegations surrounding former national coach Dave Scott-Thomas.
Super Bowl win still sinking in with Montreal's Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

Super Bowl win still sinking in with Montreal's Laurent Duvernay-Tardif

MONTREAL — The enormity of winning the Super Bowl only sunk in for Laurent Duvernay-Tardif when he saw his mother crying on the field.
Ticats re-sign CFL's most outstanding special-teams player of the year Williams

Ticats re-sign CFL's most outstanding special-teams player of the year Williams

Defensive back/kick returner Frankie Williams re-signed with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Sunday. The CFL's most outstanding special-teams player in 2019, Williams started at defensive back in 16 of his 17 appearances for the Tiger-Cats last season.

Nurse helps Canada top Japan 70-68 at women's basketball Olympic qualifying event

OSTEND, Belgium — Kia Nurse had 19 points to lead Canada past Japan 70-68 on Sunday at a women's basketball Olympic qualifying tournament.