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Senators commentator Gord Wilson tests positive for COVID-19

Longtime Ottawa Senators broadcaster Gord Wilson has tested positive for COVID-19. Wilson's status was confirmed on Friday by his wife, Patricia Boal, on an Ottawa newscast.
AP sources: MLBers keep service time in deal; draft may trim

AP sources: MLBers keep service time in deal; draft may trim

NEW YORK — Players agreed to a deal with Major League Baseball that would preserve service time in the event this season is cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, but left open details of what a reconfigured schedule would look like.
Column: As we battle virus, don't forget 1919 Stanley Cup

Column: As we battle virus, don't forget 1919 Stanley Cup

Anyone who scoffs at all these drastic measures to deal with the coronavirus outbreak, who wonders if it's really necessary to shut down sports around the world, needs a primer on the 1919 Stanley Cup Finals.

Canadian international and domestic sporting events impacted by COVID-19

A list of Canadian international and domestic sporting events impacted by COVID-19: OLYMPICS — 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics postponed until 2021.
Tokyo 2021 qualification remains a puzzle for majority of Canadian athletes

Tokyo 2021 qualification remains a puzzle for majority of Canadian athletes

For those who have already booked their berths in the Tokyo Games, the International Olympic Committee's confirmation that athletes who have qualified remain qualified provides some clarity for them.
McDavid on NHL going right into the playoffs: 'A fair season's a full season'

McDavid on NHL going right into the playoffs: 'A fair season's a full season'

Connor McDavid grew up idolizing Sidney Crosby. On at least one issue, he's at odds with his childhood hero.
Vancouver Whitecaps taking care of more than business during COVID-19 pandemic

Vancouver Whitecaps taking care of more than business during COVID-19 pandemic

Co-owner Steve Nash led a live workout on Instagram. Staffers are calling friends and family as well as season ticket-holders to check up on them. The Vancouver Whitecaps are staying busy — and in touch with their community.
Canada's Elizabeth Giguere earns Patty Kazmaier Award in NCAA women's hockey

Canada's Elizabeth Giguere earns Patty Kazmaier Award in NCAA women's hockey

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Clarkson forward Elizabeth Giguere of Quebec City has been awarded the Patty Kazmaier Award that goes to the top player in NCAA Division I women's hockey. Giguere, Wisconsin forward Abby Roque of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
Commissioner Randy Ambrosie says CFL draft still on for April 30

Commissioner Randy Ambrosie says CFL draft still on for April 30

TORONTO — CFL commissioner Randy Ambrosie says the league's draft remains on schedule — at least for now. Ambrosie addressed the status of the April 30 draft during a question-and-answer video conference Friday with CFL fans.
Toronto FC players busy behind closed doors thanks to some quick thinking

Toronto FC players busy behind closed doors thanks to some quick thinking

TORONTO — It's been 20-plus years since Jim Liston used to train Greg Vanney and Dan Calichman in a small space in Pasadena, Calif. "We had very little space," Liston recalled. "About 2,000 square feet where we'd do physical therapy and training.