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Montreal's new PHF women's hockey franchise will be named the Force

Montreal's new PHF women's hockey franchise will be named the Force

Montreal's new Premier Hockey Federation women's hockey franchise will be named the Force. The Montreal Force will wear maroon, white and black, and their jerseys will feature a letter F logo styled like Quebec's fleur-de-lys.
Judge hits 50th, Ohtani also goes deep as Angels edge Yanks

Judge hits 50th, Ohtani also goes deep as Angels edge Yanks

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Aaron Judge hit his 50th home run of the season but Shohei Ohtani also went deep during their MVP showdown, and the Los Angeles Angels held off the slumping New York Yankees 4-3 on Monday night.
Jansen's clutch hitting lifts Blue Jays past Cubs 5-4 in 11 innings

Jansen's clutch hitting lifts Blue Jays past Cubs 5-4 in 11 innings

TORONTO — Danny Jansen, the ninth hitter in the Toronto Blue Jays lineup, has turned into a late-game RBI machine.
Andreescu advances to second round at U.S. Open with three-set win over Tan

Andreescu advances to second round at U.S. Open with three-set win over Tan

NEW YORK — Bianca Andreescu advanced to the second round of the U.S. Open with a 6-0, 3-6, 6-1 win over France's Harmony Tan on Monday. As it turned out, Andreescu kick-started a successful opening day for Canadian singles players.
Canada remains undefeated in FIBA men's World Cup qualifying with rout of Panama

Canada remains undefeated in FIBA men's World Cup qualifying with rout of Panama

PANAMA CITY — Canada's men's basketball team remains undefeated in World Cup qualifying with a 106-50 rout of Panama on Monday.
Serena Williams not done yet; wins 1st match at US Open

Serena Williams not done yet; wins 1st match at US Open

NEW YORK (AP) — Serena Williams is not ready to say goodbye just yet. Nor, clearly, are her fans. In her first match at what is expected to be the last U.S.
New Jersey man sentenced for Tom Brady Super Bowl ring fraud

New Jersey man sentenced for Tom Brady Super Bowl ring fraud

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A New Jersey man who posed as a former New England Patriots player in order to buy and sell Super Bowl rings that he claimed were gifts to Tom Brady’s family was sentenced Monday to three years in federal prison. Scott V.
Minority owner Gary Stern stepping away from Montreal Alouettes

Minority owner Gary Stern stepping away from Montreal Alouettes

It's business as usual for president Mario Cecchini and the Montreal Alouettes.
Toronto Metropolitan University goes Bold with new nickname for athletics teams

Toronto Metropolitan University goes Bold with new nickname for athletics teams

Toronto Metropolitan University made a major move in cutting ties to its longtime Ryerson name.
Canadian receiver Brayden Lenius rejoins Saskatchewan Roughriders

Canadian receiver Brayden Lenius rejoins Saskatchewan Roughriders

REGINA — Canadian receiver Brayden Lenius is back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The six-foot-five, 225-pound Lenius rejoined the Riders on Monday after recently being released by the NFL's Atlanta Falcons.
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