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Winnipeg Jets score 5-2 comeback win over visiting Anaheim Ducks

Winnipeg Jets score 5-2 comeback win over visiting Anaheim Ducks

WINNIPEG — Rick Bowness may have liked the final score, but the coach wasn't happy with the way the Winnipeg Jets started their 5-2 comeback victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday.
Laurent Dubreuil wins third gold at Four Continents speedskating championships

Laurent Dubreuil wins third gold at Four Continents speedskating championships

QUEBEC — Laurent Dubreuil won his third gold as Canada captured four more medals on the final day of racing at the ISU Four Continents Speed Skating Championships.
Lake Louise still a possible site for future men's downhills, says Alpine Canada CEO

Lake Louise still a possible site for future men's downhills, says Alpine Canada CEO

Lake Louise Ski Resort is the "lead option" to continue hosting men's World Cup downhills if changes to race operations are made, says Alpine Canada's chief executive officer.
Canada's Marion Thénault wins silver at World Cup aerials opener

Canada's Marion Thénault wins silver at World Cup aerials opener

RUKA, Finland — Canadian aerial skiers Marion Thénault and Lewis Irving both claimed podium finishes at the World Cup season opener on Sunday. Thénault, of Sherbrook, Que., scored 90.
Norway's Kilde sweeps Beaver Creek with super-G title, Canada''s Crawford places 11th

Norway's Kilde sweeps Beaver Creek with super-G title, Canada''s Crawford places 11th

BEAVER CREEK VILLAGE, Colo. — Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway continued his hot start to the World Cup ski season with a super-G title in Beaver Creek on Sunday. Kilde's winning time of one minute and 10.
Switzerland's Suter claims Lake Louise women's super-G, Gagnon in top 10

Switzerland's Suter claims Lake Louise women's super-G, Gagnon in top 10

LAKE LOUISE — Corinne Suter finally stood atop the podium and Canada's Marie-Michele Gagnon regained some confidence in Sunday's World Cup super-G in Lake Louise, Alta.

Montreal Force falls 3-2 to Connecticut Whale in Premier Hockey Federation

SEPT-ÎLES, Que. — Kennedy Marchment notched the winner late in the third period as the Connecticut Whale edged the Montreal Force 3-2 on Sunday in Premier Hockey Federation action. Marchment, a native of Courtice, Ont.
Canadians Cyr, Stewart-Jones crack top 15 at cross-country skiing World Cup stop

Canadians Cyr, Stewart-Jones crack top 15 at cross-country skiing World Cup stop

LILLEHAMMER, Norway — Canadian cross-county skiers Antoine Cyr and Katherine Stewart-Jones both managed top-15 finishes in their respective World Cup classic-ski mass start races on Sunday. The 24-year-old Cyr, of Gatineau, Que.
Canada coach John Herdman expects more of his players to make moves after Qatar

Canada coach John Herdman expects more of his players to make moves after Qatar

DOHA, Qatar — Canada coach John Herdman expects more of his World Cup squad to attract overseas attention, with defender Alistair Johnston the first to seal a new deal.

WHL Roundup: Silvertips hand Winterhawks fourth loss in five games with 4-3 OT win

EVERETT, Wash. — Jackson Berezowski netted the game-winning goal 2:08 into overtime as the Everett Silvertips edged the suddenly struggling Portland Winterhawks 4-3 on Saturday.
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