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Generals nab Allan victory
Generals 5 North Stars 2 STEINBACH, Man. — The battle-tested Bentley Generals are on a mission and they just keep rolling along.
Days of punditry as experts make playoff picks
Four different networks are gearing up to broadcast the NHL playoffs to the masses starting Wednesday and their assortment of experts are already busy making their opinions known.
Generals view field
The Bentley Generals, strictly as spectators, got a good look at their first opponent in the 2009 Allan Cup tournament Monday and had to come away impressed.
Allen signs with St. Cloud State, Minnesota
Red Deer native Katie Allen has signed a letter of intent to attend St. Cloud State University of Minnesota this fall.
A World of an opportunity for Caolan Lavery
Playing international soccer is nothing new for Caolan Lavery.
Canada escapes with OT win over Czech Republic at world under-18 playdowns
FARGO, N.D. — Canada faced its stiffest test Monday at the world under-18 hockey championship — and needed some late-game heroics to pull out the win.
Wild ‘better off’ without me: Lemaire
ST. PAUL, Minn. — By all accounts, the Minnesota Wild would have been far less successful with someone other than Jacques Lemaire behind the bench.
Flames wipe slate clean for playoff series versus Blackhawks
CALGARY — The Calgary Flames have a sense of renewed optimism heading into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Team Canada going with youth
The kids are growing up quickly.
Oilers coach Craig MacTavish doesn’t want to discuss future
EDMONTON — Edmonton Oilers coach Craig MacTavish was more than happy to talk about his team’s disappointing season Monday — but not his future with the club
Last one standing
The cheers came from every corner of Augusta National, the kind of mayhem that had been missing at the Masters.
Murdoch mops up Martin
It was a game for the ages. The final game of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championships came down to the last rock in the 10th end to break a 6-6 tie between Canada’s Kevin Martin and David Murdoch of Scotland.
MacDonald learns from getting knocked out
The penny has finally dropped for Canadian middleweight Jason (The Athlete) MacDonald. His standup game is not his bread and butter.
Left in second, again
The pressure of the 2010 Olympics on Canadian coaches emerged when women’s hockey coach Melody Davidson suggested she could lose her job after losing 4-1 to the U.S. in Sunday’s world championship final.
Flames torch the Oilers
For a game that didn’t mean much to either team, the Calgary Flames made the most of it.
Martin back in the final
Canada’s Kevin Martin is hoping the third time’s the charm as he earned a rematch with Scotland’s David Murdoch on Saturday by edging Switzerland to advance to the final of the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship.
Perry, Cabrera lead Masters
Kenny Perry took one last look at the leaderboard behind the 18th green at Augusta National. This was no time to relish his position at the top with Angel Cabrera, rather to consider what lies ahead.
Canada U-18s crush the Swiss
Canada had plenty to work on heading into the world under-18 hockey championship.
Flames losing their grip
The Edmonton Oilers may be out of the playoff picture but they still had the chance to influence it on Friday night.
One life left for Martin
It’s a case of double jeopardy for Canada’s Kevin Martin at the Ford World Men’s Curling Championship.