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Canada coach Octavio Zambrano trims roster for Curacao soccer friendly

MONTREAL — Canada soccer coach Octavio Zambrano has trimmed his roster to 23 for next Tuesday's friendly with Curacao in Montreal. Zambrano had brought 28 to camp, reducing the numbers after a trials match.

Government pledge $98.2 million to keep Grand Prix in Montreal through 2029

MONTREAL — The Canadian Grand Prix will run at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve at least until 2029. Mayor Denis Coderre and representatives of the federal and Quebec governments on Friday pledged $98.
Raikkonen's Ferrari sets pace in Canadian GP practice, Stroll 17th

Raikkonen's Ferrari sets pace in Canadian GP practice, Stroll 17th

MONTREAL — If Lance Stroll felt any jitters during his first laps around Circuit Gilles Villeneuve they didn't show on the 18-year-old Formula One rookie.
Crosby's brilliant night overshadowed by Subban tussle, water bottle toss

Crosby's brilliant night overshadowed by Subban tussle, water bottle toss

PITTSBURGH — Sidney Crosby put on a show in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup final, but his brilliant night was overshadowed by some out-of-character behaviour.
'Epic week': Hockey, country music collide in Nashville

'Epic week': Hockey, country music collide in Nashville

NASHVILLE — The Nashville Predators' improbable run to the Stanley Cup Finals has blurred the dividing line between music and sports, a convergence that's expected to hit a crescendo in Tennessee's capital city this weekend.
Boot camp first hurdle on road to Pyeongchang for Canadian women's hockey team

Boot camp first hurdle on road to Pyeongchang for Canadian women's hockey team

Cassie Campbell-Pascall chuckled when she saw pictures on social media of the Canadian women's hockey team with their loaded shopping carts. "You laugh because you know what they're in for," the former captain said.
Blue Jays manager John Gibbons reminisces on 1980 MLB draft

Blue Jays manager John Gibbons reminisces on 1980 MLB draft

John Gibbons could have been a Blue Jay more than two decades before he first joined the organization, if he had made a better first impression.
Stanley Cup final has been a rollercoaster ride for Murray, Rinne

Stanley Cup final has been a rollercoaster ride for Murray, Rinne

PITTSBURGH — Matt Murray is up again, and Pekka Rinne is down. The Stanley Cup final has been a roller-coaster ride that way for the series' two starting goaltenders.
Bare-bones Impact squad looks to deal Sporting KC a rare home loss

Bare-bones Impact squad looks to deal Sporting KC a rare home loss

MONTREAL — A bare-bones Montreal Impact squad will attempt to do what no other side has done in more than a year in Major League Soccer — win in Kansas City.
Former sevens star Sean Duke relishes return to Canadian rugby team

Former sevens star Sean Duke relishes return to Canadian rugby team

A bad back and medical school prompted Sean Duke to retire from rugby last fall. But the former sevens star from Vancouver is enjoying one more chapter to his rugby career after being summoned by 15s coach Mark Anscombe for Canada's June test series.