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Leafs enter all-star break on winning streak

The Maple Leafs are heading into the all-star break on a winning note. Curtis McElhinney made 39 saves as Toronto beat the Stars 4-1 in Dallas. It was his first start in a month. The Leafs have won three of

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Leafs win in overtime

William Nylander scored on a penalty shot just six seconds into overtime as the Toronto Maple Leafs sent the Chicago Blackhawks to their fourth straight loss, 3-2. Nazem Kadri and Mitch Marner also scored to help the Maple Leafs win

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Rangers top Knights in battle of 401

Givani Smith scored in regulation and again in the shootout as the Kitchener Rangers edged the London Knights 3-2 on Tuesday in Ontario Hockey League action. Connor Bunnaman had the other goal for the Rangers (31-14-2). Alex Formenton and Alex

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Avalanche down Leafs to win 10th straight

Blake Comeau had the winner as the Colorado Avalanche beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-2 to extend their win streak to 10 games. Patrick Marleau and Auston Matthews scored for the Leafs. NHL Colorado 4 Toronto 2 Minnesota 3 Ottawa

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Patriots vs. Eagles in Superbowl

The 52nd Super Bowl will be a 2005 rematch when the New England Patriots face the Philadelphia Eagles. The Patriots defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 yesterday in the A-F-C championship. Philadelphia crushed Minnesota 38-7 in the N-F-C title game. It’s

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Bouchard ousted at Australian Open

Three of Canada’s top tennis stars have now been eliminated from the Australian Open tennis tournament. The latest was unseeded Eugenie Bouchard of Westmount, Que., who fell to top-seeded Simona Halep of Romania 6-2, 6-2 in their second round match

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Virtue, Moir named Olympic flag-bearers

A Canadian duo will carry the country’s flag into an Olympics opening ceremony for the first time. Ice dance darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have been named Canada’s flag bearers for the upcoming Games in Pyeongchang next month. The

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Lowry back but Raptors lose

A returning Kyle Lowry couldn’t reverse the Toronto Raptors’ luck. The Philadelphia 76ers beat Toronto 117-111, handing the Raptors their second straight loss and third in four games. After missing three contests with a bruised tailbone, Lowry had 13 points

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Vikes, Jags advance to NFL title games

A thriller in Minnesota. Stefon Diggs caught a pass from Case Keenum on the game’s final play and ran it 61 yards for a touchdown as the Vikings beat the New Orleans Saints 29-24. Minnesota advances to the N-F-C championship

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Olympic men’s hockey team unveiled

Hockey Canada is going with a veteran group of former N-H-Lers for the upcoming Olympics. Canada has unveiled the men’s team aiming for a third straight Olympic hockey gold medal next month at the Pyeongchang Games. It’ll have more than

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Leafs enter bye-week with loss

The Toronto Maple Leafs are heading into their bye week on a losing note. Tom Pyatt scored the go-ahead goal late in the third period as the visiting Ottawa Senators edged Toronto 4-3. The Leafs next game is January 17th

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Winter Olympics good as gold for Canada

An international data analytics company is predicting that Canada will do pretty well at the upcoming Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Gracenote is projecting that the Canadian team will rack up 33 medals, including men’s hockey gold at the

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Leafs snatch defeat from jaws of victory

The Maple Leafs couldn’t hold on to their lead. Artemi Panarin scored in overtime as the Columbus Blue Jackets came from behind to beat Toronto 3-2 in the only N-H-L game of the night. The Leafs had a two-goal lead

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Leaf greats eulogize Johnny Bower

Former Toronto Maple Leafs greats Dave Keon and Frank Mahovlich were among those who paid tribute to Johnny Bower yesterday at the Air Canada Centre. The Hall of Fame goaltender was fondly remembered for his humility, generosity and competitive nature.

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Swiss coach comments a Swiss miss

Canada isn’t buying into comments from the Swiss coach ahead of their world junior quarterfinal Tuesday in Buffalo. Christian Wohlwend has said his team doesn’t stand a chance against Canada, that the Canadians are faster, bigger, stronger, can shoot and

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