Team Canada faces illness, injuries going into rematch against USA

First Team Canada lost hometown favourite Emily Clark to an ankle injury. Now the coach of Canada’s top women’s hockey team says some of his players are fighting a flu-like illness. Team Canada faces Team USA Wednesday evening in the 4 Nations Cup in Saskatoon. It’s the two squads’ first rematch since February’s Olympic final in Pyongchang, where the Canadians lost 3-2 in ...

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New evidence key in charging former B.C. Lions player with 9-year-old cold case murder

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team says new evidence was key in building a case against former B.C. Lion Josh Boden, who was charged over the weekend with second-degree murder in the cold case killing of his ex-girlfriend, Kimberly Lynn Hallgarth, Hallgarth, 33, was found dead in her Burnaby home on March 15, 2009. CHARGE LAID IN 2009 <a href=”;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>#IHIT</a> COLD CASE: Joshua Boden has ...

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Road to Grey Cup berth clearer for Buono’s Lions?

The B.C. Lions will have to blaze a new trail to earn head coach Wally Buono a record sixth Grey Cup in the final season of his illustrious CFL career. B.C. will open the CFL playoffs on the road in Hamilton next Sunday. The Lions (9-9) finished the regular season fourth in the West Division but clinched a post-season berth ...

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Rangers hire former Blue Jays shortstop Woodward to manage

Los Angeles Dodgers third-base coach Chris Woodward was hired as manager of the Texas Rangers on Saturday, six weeks after Jeff Banister was fired. He received a three-year contract with a club option for 2022, the Rangers said. He is to be introduced at news conference Monday. Woodward inherits a team that went 67-95 and finished last in its division, ...

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