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Canadian men fall to 2-5 at Volleyball Nations League after loss to Slovenia

RIMINI, Italy — The Canadian men's volleyball team fell to 2-5 at the Volleyball Nations League tournament after dropping a 3-0 decision to Slovenia on Wednesday. Set scores were 25-22, 25-19 and 25-22. Nicholas Hoag of Sherbrooke, Que.

Toronto FC loans Priso, Nelson and Silva to USL affiliate to get playing time

ORLANDO, Fla. — Toronto FC has loaned goalkeeper Kevin Silva, midfielder Ralph Priso and forward Jayden Nelson to Toronto FC 2 of USL League One. GM Ali Curtis says the move is give all three playing time.
Defender Bianca St-Georges happy to be healthy and back in camp with Canada

Defender Bianca St-Georges happy to be healthy and back in camp with Canada

Bianca St-Georges' first call-up to the Canadian women's soccer team proved to be painful when she injured her knee in camp before the SheBelieves Cup in February, requiring surgery. "A freak accident," she said.
Jets forward Mark Scheifele still unhappy with NHL's decision on four-game suspension

Jets forward Mark Scheifele still unhappy with NHL's decision on four-game suspension

WINNIPEG — Mark Scheifele went into the North Division final expecting that Montreal Canadiens forward Phillip Danault would be the one trying to shut him down, not the NHL's Department of Player Safety.
Former Canadiens captain Bob Gainey offers advice for Habs heading into semifinals

Former Canadiens captain Bob Gainey offers advice for Habs heading into semifinals

MONTREAL — While the Montreal Canadiens have had plenty of success over their rich history, playing in the final four of the NHL post-season is uncharted territory for many on the current roster.
Virtual parade plan announced, marshal named for scaled-down Calgary Stampede

Virtual parade plan announced, marshal named for scaled-down Calgary Stampede

CALGARY — There will be a parade to launch the upcoming Calgary Stampede, but it won't include hundreds of thousands of fans lining the city's downtown streets.
Olympic champ Drouin gunning for Tokyo berth after several injury-plagued years

Olympic champ Drouin gunning for Tokyo berth after several injury-plagued years

Derek Drouin had conflicting thoughts when he boarded a flight to Europe for his first major international meet in years. "I was obviously quite nervous," Drouin said. "I didn't want to go there and essentially make myself look like a fool.
David, Davies dazzle as Canada advances in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying

David, Davies dazzle as Canada advances in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. — John Herdman figured if Canada could weather an opening push from a revamped Suriname side, his team's quality would show through in a do-or-die World Cup qualifying match. The Canadian coach read it right.
Andrew Vaughn helps White Sox rally past Blue Jays 6-1

Andrew Vaughn helps White Sox rally past Blue Jays 6-1

CHICAGO (AP) — Andrew Vaughn homered in the seventh inning and delivered a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the eighth, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1 on Tuesday night.
Lightning eliminate Hurricanes, advance to Cup semifinals

Lightning eliminate Hurricanes, advance to Cup semifinals

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Brayden Point and Ross Colton scored and Andrei Vasilevskiy controlled the crease, helping the Tampa Bay Lightning beat the Carolina Hurricanes 2-0 on Tuesday night to win the second-round playoff series in five games.