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Calgary Stampeders deal three players to Toronto Argonauts ahead of free agency

CALGARY — The Calgary Stampeders have dealt the rights of receiver Eric Rogers, defensive lineman Cordarro Law and defensive back Robertson Daniel to the Toronto Argonauts. The three men are due to become free agents Feb. 9.

Edmonton signs CFL veteran offensive lineman Randy Richards

Edmonton has signed CFL veteran offensive lineman Randy Richards. Richards, six foot three and 304 pounds, has played both left and right tackle in his 39 career CFL games with Saskatchewan, Calgary and Toronto.

Receiver DaVaris Daniels among four Toronto Argonauts' signings

TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts have signed four players including receiver DaVaris Daniels.

Canada's Laurent Dubreuil earns two speedskating bronze medals in World Cup finale

HEERENVEEN, Netherlands — Canada's speedskating team capped its last warmup for the world championship with a pair of sprint bronze medals from Laurent Dubreuil on Sunday. The 28-year-old from Levis, Que.
NHL's road trips looking a lot different in 2021

NHL's road trips looking a lot different in 2021

Brendan Gallagher misses the restaurants, the laughs, the camaraderie and the bonding. He isn't alone. NHL road trips, especially early in the season, are usually chances to get to know new teammates and reconnect with familiar faces.

Germany's Francesco wins World Cup four-man bobsled, Canada's Kripps third

INNSBRUCK, Austria — Friedrich Francesco piloted Germany to gold and Justin Kripps drove Canada to bronze Sunday in the final World Cup four-man bobsled race before the world championship. Francesco and Kripps of Summerland, B.C.

Norway's Kristoffersen defies deteriorating course to win World Cup slalom

CHAMONIX, France — Henrik Kristoffersen showed glimpses of his best slalom skills Sunday, winning the last World Cup men's slalom race before the world alpine ski championships.

Weather postpones women's World Cup super-G to Monday

GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany — The last women’s World Cup race before the world alpine ski championships was rescheduled to Monday because of fog hanging over the Kandahar course Sunday.
Boeser scores twice as Vancouver Canucks down Winnipeg Jets 4-1

Boeser scores twice as Vancouver Canucks down Winnipeg Jets 4-1

WINNIPEG — A change of mindset is helping Brock Boeser rediscover his game this year. The Canucks right-winger scored twice Saturday, lifting Vancouver to a 4-1 victory over the Winnipeg Jets.
Canadiens lose first game in regulation in 1-0 loss to Flames

Canadiens lose first game in regulation in 1-0 loss to Flames

There will be no big birthday celebration for Calgary Flames goaltender Jacob Markstrom after shutting out the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night in Montreal. "Pretty sure it's a full lockdown so I'll be in my bed.