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Canada through to Billie Jean King Cup finals with 3-2 win over Belgium

Canada through to Billie Jean King Cup finals with 3-2 win over Belgium

VANCOUVER — Grinding through adversity made a big win that much sweeter for some of Canada's top women's tennis players this weekend.
Canada's Tanner (The Bulldozer) Boser takes a beating in UFC light-heavyweight debut

Canada's Tanner (The Bulldozer) Boser takes a beating in UFC light-heavyweight debut

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Canadian Tanner (The Bulldozer) Boser took a beating in his UFC light-heavyweight debut Saturday night, stopped in the first round by Moldova's Ion (The Hulk) Cutelaba.
Injury-plagued Toronto Arrows hammered 80-5 by New England Free Jacks in MLR play

Injury-plagued Toronto Arrows hammered 80-5 by New England Free Jacks in MLR play

TORONTO — The New England Free Jacks ran in 12 tries en route to an 80-5 demolition of the injury-plagued Toronto Arrows in Major League Rugby play Saturday.

WHL playoffs: Stankoven nets 5 points, Blazers blank Winterhawks 5-0

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Logan Stankoven scored twice and added three assists as the Kamloops Blazers defeated the visiting Portland Winterhawks 5-0 on Saturday night in Western Hockey League playoff action at the Sandman Centre.
Whitecaps, Austin play to scoreless draw

Whitecaps, Austin play to scoreless draw

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Yohei Takaoka finished with seven saves for the Vancouver Whitecaps and Brad Stuver stopped four shots for Austin FC as the two Major League Soccer clubs played to a scoreless draw on Saturday night.
CF Montreal drops 1-0 decision to D.C. United

CF Montreal drops 1-0 decision to D.C. United

MONTREAL — CF Montreal's offensive struggles once again shone bright, continuing the club’s worst-ever start to a Major League Soccer season as it fell 1-0 to D.C. United in the first game at Stade Saputo on Saturday night.

QMJHL playoffs: Olympiques blank Huskies 5-0 for second straight game

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Canada tops Switzerland to meet U.S. in gold-medal final of women's world hockey

Canada tops Switzerland to meet U.S. in gold-medal final of women's world hockey

BRAMPTON, Ont. — Sarah Fillier put forth a dominant effort on Saturday. And it fuelled yet another Canadian trip to a gold-medal final with eyes on a third straight world title.
Kikuchi strikes out nine over six strong innings as Blue Jays defeat Rays 5-2

Kikuchi strikes out nine over six strong innings as Blue Jays defeat Rays 5-2

TORONTO — Blue Jays starter Yusei Kikuchi has been able to shift his focus while on the mound this season. The results were evident Saturday in a 5-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays.
U.S. routs Czechia 9-1 in women's world hockey championship semifinal

U.S. routs Czechia 9-1 in women's world hockey championship semifinal

BRAMPTON, Ont. — The United States beat Czechia 9-1 on Saturday to book a spot in the women's world hockey championship gold medal game for a 22nd consecutive time. Forwards Hilary Knight, Amanda Kessel and Tessa Janecka each scored twice for the U.
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