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US remains undefeated after 5-3 victory over winless Finland at women's hockey worlds

US remains undefeated after 5-3 victory over winless Finland at women's hockey worlds

UTICA, N.Y. — Kendall Coyne Schofield scored two goals in leading the defending champion United States to a 5-3 win over Finland on Saturday at the women's world hockey championship.
Senators eliminated from playoff contention after 4-3 loss to Devils

Senators eliminated from playoff contention after 4-3 loss to Devils

OTTAWA — Brady Tkachuk did everything he could but the Ottawa Senators fell 4-3 to the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night, officially eliminating them from playoff contention.
Auston Matthews scores league-leading 64th goal in 4-2 Maple Leafs win over Canadiens

Auston Matthews scores league-leading 64th goal in 4-2 Maple Leafs win over Canadiens

MONTREAL — Auston Matthews inched closer to the rare 70-goal milestone on Saturday night. But the Toronto Maple Leafs offence got it done by committee with goals from three different lines in a 4-2 win over the archrival Montreal Canadiens.
Whitecaps' offensive outburst too much for undermanned Toronto FC

Whitecaps' offensive outburst too much for undermanned Toronto FC

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Whitecaps were intent on getting a better start to their Major League Soccer season. Early stumbles muddied the club's campaigns in recent years, and players and coaching staff alike vowed to change that theme in 2024.

OHL: Bulldogs down 67's 4-2 to force Game 6 in quarterfinal series

BRANTFORD, Ont. — Florian Xhekaj had two goals and one assist as the Brantford Bulldogs edged the Ottawa 67's 4-2 on Saturday to avoid elimination in the Ontario Hockey League playoffs.
B.C. underwater microphones aim to protect whales from ship strikes: Ocean Wise

B.C. underwater microphones aim to protect whales from ship strikes: Ocean Wise

VANCOUVER — The Vancouver-based non-profit Ocean Wise says underwater microphones will be used to help protect whales from collisions with ships off British Columbia's coast.
Canadian women rally to defeat Brazil in penalty shootout at SheBelieves Cup

Canadian women rally to defeat Brazil in penalty shootout at SheBelieves Cup

ATLANTA — Canada recovered from a poor first half Saturday, defeating Brazil 4-2 in a penalty shootout at the SheBelieves Cup to earn a date with the U.S. in Tuesday's final.
RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

RCMP in Coquitlam, B.C., search for vehicle submerged in Fraser River

COQUITLAM, B.C. — Police in Metro Vancouver say an underwater recovery team is working to locate a vehicle submerged in the Fraser River and determine whether it was occupied.
Nova Scotia premier joins calls for meeting with Trudeau about carbon pricing

Nova Scotia premier joins calls for meeting with Trudeau about carbon pricing

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservative premier has joined a call from leaders across the country asking for a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to discuss carbon pricing.
Quebec's Les Supremes three-peat at world synchronized skating championship

Quebec's Les Supremes three-peat at world synchronized skating championship

ZAGREB, Croatia — Les Supremes of Saint-Leonard, Que., became the first synchronized skating team win a third straight world championship Saturday. Les Supremes ranked first in both the short program (78.99) and Saturday's free skate (159.