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Edmonton's Gloire Amanda turns pro, signs with Austria's SK Austria Klagenfurt

Edmonton's Gloire Amanda turns pro, signs with Austria's SK Austria Klagenfurt

Canadian forward Gloire Amanda, named the NCAA men's soccer player of the year in May, has signed with SK Austria Klagenfurt in Austria's top tier. "A new challenge.

Canadian women remain at No. 8 in latest FIFA world rankings

ZURICH — Canada remained at No. 8 in the latest FIFA women's soccer rankings released Friday, There were changes in the top 10, however, with France leapfrogging the Netherlands to move back into the No. 3 spot behind the top-ranked U.S. and No.
Montreal police make 15 arrests, eight police cars vandalized after Canadiens win

Montreal police make 15 arrests, eight police cars vandalized after Canadiens win

MONTREAL — Police say they made 15 arrests during a rowdy celebration after the Montreal Canadiens' series-clinching victory against the Vegas Golden Knights on Thursday, which sent the team to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993.
Olympic high jump champion Derek Drouin withdraws from Tokyo trials

Olympic high jump champion Derek Drouin withdraws from Tokyo trials

Derek Drouin knew he was in a race against the clock, and whatever the outcome, he said he'd be proud he'd made the effort.

Canada's Bianca Andreescu hopes to reverse fortunes against Alize Cornet at Wimbledon

LONDON — Canada's Bianca Andreescu will have a chance to exact revenge on France's Alize Cornet when they square off in the first round at Wimbledon next week.
Police look to contain rowdy Canadiens fans after win over Vegas to advance

Police look to contain rowdy Canadiens fans after win over Vegas to advance

MONTREAL — Rowdy fans outside the Bell Centre were already celebrating — cheering and launching fireworks — before the Montreal Canadiens beat the Vegas Golden Knights to advance to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993 on Thursday.

Five things to watch in Canadian sports this weekend

Here are five things to watch in Canadian sports this weekend SEVENTH HEAVEN: Montreal Canadiens fans will have their eyes fixed on Friday night's Tampa Bay Lightning-New York Islanders game.
Canadiens advance to Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993

Canadiens advance to Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1993

MONTREAL — The Stanley Cup dream — this crazy, improbable dream — is alive and well for the Montreal Canadiens. And, quite frankly, on some level it makes perfect sense in a year like no other.
Gurriel slam helps Jays send O's to 20th straight road loss

Gurriel slam helps Jays send O's to 20th straight road loss

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit his first grand slam in a six-run first inning, Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
Ottawa Redblacks release Larsen after suspension, say cuts are based on roster size

Ottawa Redblacks release Larsen after suspension, say cuts are based on roster size

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Redblacks say their decision to release a player suspended by the Canadian Football League club after Toronto Police launched an investigation into a possible hate crime earlier this month was based on roster size.
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