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Tennis club gets a dome
The Red Deer Tennis Club will have a roof over its head in August.
Notre Dame dominates at tennis event
Notre Dame athletes won four of the five titles at the annual Central Alberta high school tennis championships at the Red Deer Tennis Courts Tuesday.
Time Out – June 3
The Boston Bruins rewarded David Krejci for a career season Tuesday, signing the forward to a multi-year contract extension
Stags beat Riggers
Red Deer Stags manager Danny Zinger had every right to be smiling Tuesday evening.
Halladay fans career-high 14 batters as Blue Jays defeat Angels 6-4
Blue Jays 6 Angels 3 TORONTO — It’s a rare start when Roy Halladay gives up four runs in one inning as he did Tuesday night in the seventh inning in a 6-4 win over the Angels.
Malkin sets up three as Pens win at home
Penguins 4 Red Wings 2 PITTSBURGH — It came down to determination for the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Balsillie says NHL will be profitable in Hamilton
Unlike in Phoenix, an NHL team will be immediately profitable in Hamilton, says Jim Balsillie.
Federer comes back
Switzerland’s Roger Federer knows full well, of course, that Spain’s Rafael Nadal is no longer around this year to befuddle him, to beat him, to stand between him and a French Open title.
Caped crusade coming?
Kobe Bryant is staring down the prospect of sharing the court with Superman again.
Patrick’s comments no laughing matter to USADA
IndyCar racer Danica Patrick insists she was joking when she said using performance-enhancing drugs would only be cheating if she got caught.
Johnson nears 300 club
Mere mention of the milestone causes Randy Johnson to recoil. “I’m not going to talk about this stuff. OK, I got to go,” he said the other day, quickly leaving his locker and heading to the field.
Second Teron making mark among golfers
Jesse Teron doesn’t have to follow in his brother’s footsteps, he’s making is own mark in the junior golf ranks in the province.
Chip shots can be done
If you believe you can or cannot, you are absolutely correct.
Mickelson plans return
Phil Mickelson plans a brief return to the PGA Tour in time to play in the U.S. Open.
Hervey is Esks’ scout
Ed Hervey is the Edmonton Eskimos’ new head scout, the CFL team announced Monday. Hervey, who retired from football in March 2007, served as the team’s west coast scout the last two years.
Red Wings’ goalie Chris Osgood the difference in Stanley Cup
It wasn’t so long ago that none of this seemed possible for Chris Osgood.
Jason Bay having great time in Boston
Life as a baseball player in places like Boston and New York isn’t for everyone.
Stars bring back ‘winner’ Nieuwendyk
DALLAS — About 10 days after Texan Tom Hicks bought the Dallas Stars, he showed some hockey smarts by giving up prospects and a big contract to land Joe Nieuwendyk.
Canadiens hire an experienced coach
MONTREAL — General manager Bob Gainey felt it was time the Montreal Canadiens had some experience behind the bench.
Frustrated Pens stars Crosby, Malkin, look to break loose on home ice
Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin took turns leaving the ice in anger and frustration after the opening two games of the Stanley Cup final in Detroit.