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A shot for the ages and a rare missed cut: Tiger's tales in Canada

Tiger Woods has played at the top level of golf five times in Canada over his remarkable career.
'The Tiger I know is a survivor and a fighter,' Bill Paul weighs in on Tiger Woods

'The Tiger I know is a survivor and a fighter,' Bill Paul weighs in on Tiger Woods

Longtime Canadian Open tournament director Bill Paul remembers the summer of 2000 well.
Hunters and trappers blow past Wisconsin's wolf kill target

Hunters and trappers blow past Wisconsin's wolf kill target

MADISON, Wis. — Hunters and trappers blew past Wisconsin's wolf kill target in less than 72 hours, forcing a premature end to a hunt that initially wasn't supposed to happen for another nine months and raising the ire of animal rights activists.
Montreal Canadiens fire head coach Claude Julien, associate coach Kirk Muller

Montreal Canadiens fire head coach Claude Julien, associate coach Kirk Muller

Marc Bergevin is hoping a new bench boss can get through to the slumping Montreal Canadiens.

Status of PGA's Canadian Open unknown after Toronto cancels permits to July 1

The status of the PGA Tour's RBC Canadian Open is up in the air once again after Toronto announced the cancellation of city permits for events through July 1 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

NHL postpones Sharks-Golden Knights game after San Jose player enters COVID protocol

NEW YORK — San Jose's game against the visiting Vegas Golden Knights scheduled for Thursday night has been postponed after a Sharks player entered the NHL's COVID protocol.
Jays infielder Vladimir Guerrero Jr. says he shed 42 pounds over the off-season

Jays infielder Vladimir Guerrero Jr. says he shed 42 pounds over the off-season

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. says it's no secret he arrived at previous Toronto Blue Jays training camps out of shape. This off-season, he decided to do something about it.
Canucks' Antoine Roussel fined for roughing Oilers' Puljujarvi

Canucks' Antoine Roussel fined for roughing Oilers' Puljujarvi

VANCOUVER — Canucks forward Antoine Roussel has been fined US$5,000 by the NHL for roughing in Vancouver's 4-3 loss to the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday.
Veteran defender Laurent Ciman retires, returns to Montreal as assistant coach

Veteran defender Laurent Ciman retires, returns to Montreal as assistant coach

MONTREAL — Veteran defender Laurent Ciman has returned to Montreal, where he started his MLS playing career, this time as an assistant coach.
Author of Tournament of Hearts name lauds its endurance

Author of Tournament of Hearts name lauds its endurance

CALGARY — The story of why the Canadian women's curling championship is named the Tournament of Hearts starts over 40 years ago with sisters drinking wine. Robin Wilson and sister Dawn Knowles had just won a second Canadian championship with B.C.