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Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies diagnosed with stretched knee ligament

Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies diagnosed with stretched knee ligament

MUNICH — Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies has a stretched ligament in his right knee that will keep him out of Canada's CONCACAF Nations League qualifying game Sunday in Vancouver.
Brad Jacobs recruits Marc Kennedy to take Ryan Fry's spot on rink

Brad Jacobs recruits Marc Kennedy to take Ryan Fry's spot on rink

TORONTO — Marc Kennedy will replace third Ryan Fry on Brad Jacobs' Northern Ontario curling rink this season.
Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro finish seventh in pairs

Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro finish seventh in pairs

SAITAMA, Japan — Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro finished in seventh in pairs on Thursday at the world figure skating championships. Moore-Towers, of St. Catharines, Ont., and Marinaro, of Sarnia, Ont., scored 126.
World No. 4 golfer Rory McIlroy to play at RBC Canadian Open this summer

World No. 4 golfer Rory McIlroy to play at RBC Canadian Open this summer

HAMILTON — Rory McIlroy is — finally — coming to Canada. The world No. 4 will be coming to the RBC Canadian Open this summer, making it the first time the ultra popular golfer has ever played in Canada.
Canada's Alex Harvey caps historic cross-country ski career with home race

Canada's Alex Harvey caps historic cross-country ski career with home race

Alex Harvey isn't planning to manage his emotions on the Plains of Abraham. The World Cup starting Friday in Quebec City is both a homecoming and a swan song for arguably the best cross-country skier Canada has ever produced.

Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro finish seventh in pairs

SAITAMA, Japan — Canada's Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro finished in seventh in pairs on Thursday at the world figure skating championships. Moore-Towers, of St. Catharines, Ont., and Marinaro, of Sarnia, Ont., scored 126.
Canucks' power-play unit keeps playoff hopes alive with win over Senators

Canucks' power-play unit keeps playoff hopes alive with win over Senators

VANCOUVER — Getting some bounces on the power play has helped put the Vancouver Canucks back into the NHL playoff picture.
Siakam has 33 and 13 as Raptors hold off Thunder in OT

Siakam has 33 and 13 as Raptors hold off Thunder in OT

OKLAHOMA CITY — Forced to play overtime after blowing a 20-point second-half lead, the Toronto Raptors found their groove again in the extra period.

Scores and Schedule

Wednesday's Games NHL Vancouver 7 Ottawa 4 Winnipeg 3 Anaheim 0 Toronto 4 Buffalo 2 Tampa Bay 5 Washington 4 (OT) --- AHL Belleville 3 Utica 1 Charlotte 4 Syracuse 2 Toronto 2 Bridgeport 1 (OT) Laval 3 Providence 2 (SO) Rockford 2 Chicago 1 (SO) Texa

Wednesday's Games

Wednesday's Games NHL Vancouver 7 Ottawa 4 Winnipeg 3 Anaheim 0 Toronto 4 Buffalo 2 Tampa Bay 5 Washington 4 (OT) --- AHL Belleville 3 Utica 1 Charlotte 4 Syracuse 2 Toronto 2 Bridgeport 1 (OT) Laval 3 Providence 2 (SO) Rockford 2 Chicago 1 (SO) Texa