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Monday Sep 29, 2014

Gaudreau scores first of pre-season as Flames blank Avalanche 2-0

CALGARY - Calgary rookie Johnny Gaudreau scored a highlight-reel goal that gave everyone plenty to talk about.

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Monday Sep 29, 2014

Prospect Ehlers scores first pre-season goal as Jets edge Senators 2-1

WINNIPEG - Nikolaj Ehlers wasn't sure what to do when he scored his first goal with the Winnipeg Jets but he knew it felt good.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Stampeders close to giving Mitchell the green light to start against Roughriders

CALGARY - Barring a setback in practice this week, Bo Levi Mitchell is expected to be the starting quarterback for the Calgary Stampeders on Friday against the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Canadian women drop 63-59 decision to France at basketball world championships

ANKARA, Turkey - Canada dropped a 63-59 decision to Olympic silver medallist France on Tuesday at the women's world basketball championships to close out the group phase round with a 1-2 record.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Bombers QB Drew Willy takes a break but will play in Ottawa on Friday

WINNIPEG - Their quarterback leads the league in passing yards but the Winnipeg Blue Bombers keep sliding down the CFL West Division standings.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

DeRozan's off-season improvement project involved writing ABCs with daughter

Story ImageTORONTO - Part of DeMar DeRozan's summer improvement project involved writing out the ABCs for his daughter Diar with his left hand.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Tennis Canada hopes it has more Raonic's and Bouchard's in the pipeline

MONTREAL - Joshua Peck is taking the first step on the road that Canada's Milos Raonic followed to reach the top 10 of the ATP World Tour.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Ex-Patriot Aaron Hernandez's lawyers seek to have phone evidence tossed in murder case

Story ImageFALL RIVER, Mass. - A Massachusetts prosecutor in the murder case against former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez testified Tuesday against his lawyers' efforts to suppress cellphone evidence, saying they had agreed to turn the phone over to investigators.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Men's rugby club at Dalhousie University suspended over hazing complaint

HALIFAX - A Nova Scotia university that saw its women's hockey team sidelined last year over complaints of heavy drinking and humiliating behaviour has suspended its men's rugby club while it investigates fresh allegations of hazing.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Women's World Cup organizers focus on the positives of global soccer show

TORONTO - Ticket sales have started well and organizers of the 2015 Women's World Cup of soccer have plenty of good stories to tell.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Lions' Lulay elects to forgo surgery, will continue to rehab throwing shoulder

VANCOUVER - B.C. Lions quarterback Travis Lulay has elected to forgo surgery and will continue to rehabilitate his right throwing shoulder as he aims for a late-season return to the lineup.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

NHL PREVIEW: Subban and Luongo among players to watch in the 2014-15 NHL season

Story ImageThe 2014-15 NHL season opens Oct. 8. Here are 10 players fans should keep an eye on:

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Canada's Eugenie Bouchard falls to Germany's Sabine Lisicki at China Open

BEIJING, China - Canadian Eugenie Bouchard dropped a 6-2, 6-4 decision to Sabine Lisicki of Germany in second-round play Tuesday at the China Open.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

Canada's Patrick Chan to skip figure skating season, plans to return next year

Story ImageOTTAWA - Three-time world champion Patrick Chan plans to skip the upcoming figure skating season and return to the competitive circuit for the 2015-16 campaign.

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Tuesday Sep 30, 2014

McGill football coach Uttley resigns to protest suspension of charged player

MONTREAL - The head coach of the McGill Redmen football team has stepped down in protest of the university's decision to suspend a player charged in an alleged case of domestic violence.

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