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Canadiens extend winning streak to three games by beating Golden Knights

Canadiens extend winning streak to three games by beating Golden Knights

MONTREAL — There may come a day when Charlie Lindgren loses a game but until then, the Montreal Canadiens third-stringer is riding a wave.
Valanciunas has 21 points, 10 boards as Raptors hold on to beat Bulls 119-114

Valanciunas has 21 points, 10 boards as Raptors hold on to beat Bulls 119-114

TORONTO — They'd built a huge lead, the three-point shots were falling — finally — and the Toronto Raptors looked headed for an easy rout of the lowly Chicago Bulls. The Bulls, however, thought otherwise.
Chicago Bulls power forward Bobby Portis scores 21 in return from suspension

Chicago Bulls power forward Bobby Portis scores 21 in return from suspension

TORONTO — After sitting out eight games for clocking a teammate in practice, Bobby Portis couldn't wait to return to action with the Chicago Bulls. "I was ready.
McDavid scores quickly in OT, Oilers beat Islanders 2-1

McDavid scores quickly in OT, Oilers beat Islanders 2-1

NEW YORK — Connor McDavid stormed down the ice with Leon Draisaitl trailing a step behind. Two slick passes and a one-timer later, and the game was over.
Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman wins first Gold Glove award

Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman wins first Gold Glove award

Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Marcus Stroman is a Gold Glove winner for the first time in his career. MLB announced the winners of the award — which recognizes a player at each position's defensive abilities throughout the season — on Tuesday night.

Wakefield scores three, Canada opens Four Nations Cup with 9-0 win over Sweden

WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla. — Jennifer Wakefield scored three goals as Canada opened round-robin play at the Four Nations Cup with a 9-0 rout of Sweden on Tuesday afternoon at Florida Hospital Center Ice.
A look at the key numbers in star pitcher Roy Halladay's career

A look at the key numbers in star pitcher Roy Halladay's career

TORONTO — Former Toronto Blue Jays star pitcher Roy Halladay died Tuesday when his private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40.

Former Blue Jays GM Gord Ash says Halladay will be remembered as a superstar

TORONTO — It didn't take long for Roy Halladay to make an impression when he got a chance to pitch at the big-league level. His second start in the major leagues came in Toronto's 1998 regular-season finale against the visiting Detroit Tigers.
Carl Robinson: Expect lots of changes to Vancouver Whitecaps next season

Carl Robinson: Expect lots of changes to Vancouver Whitecaps next season

VANCOUVER — Carl Robinson demonstrated with some of his late-season manoeuvres that emotion doesn't play into his decisions with the Vancouver Whitecaps.
Eight moments from former Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay's MLB career

Eight moments from former Blue Jays pitcher Roy Halladay's MLB career

Toronto Blue Jays pitching great Roy Halladay died on Tuesday after crashing his plane into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40. Here are some of the highlights of his career in Major League Baseball.