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Scratching the surface reveals Australian cricket cheaters

Scratching the surface reveals Australian cricket cheaters

The cheating confession that scandalized a nation has triggered an investigation destined to go way deeper than merely scratching the surface of the culture within Australia's cricket team.
Hampus Lindholm completes late comeback, Ducks beat Oilers 5-4 in overtime

Hampus Lindholm completes late comeback, Ducks beat Oilers 5-4 in overtime

EDMONTON — In the midst of a tight playoff race, the Anaheim Ducks showed some determination in a come-from-behind win on Sunday.

Sunday's Games

Sunday's Games NHL Anaheim 5 Edmonton 4 (OT) Winnipeg 5 Nashville 4 (SO) Vancouver 4 Dallas 1 Boston 2 Minnesota 1 (OT) Pittsburgh 5 Philadelphia 4 (OT) --- AHL Belleville 8 Laval 2 Toronto 2 Springfield 0 San Diego 2 Cleveland 1 Bridgeport 6 WB/Scra
Winnipeg beats Nashville 5-4 in shootout, clinches playoff spot

Winnipeg beats Nashville 5-4 in shootout, clinches playoff spot

WINNIPEG — Captain Blake Wheeler wasn't certain at the beginning of the season if his Winnipeg Jets would contend for a playoff spot. Now he has his answer.
Boucher, Dowd score on power play; Canucks beat Stars 4-1

Boucher, Dowd score on power play; Canucks beat Stars 4-1

DALLAS — Reid Boucher and Nic Dowd are near the bottom of Vancouver's scoring leaderboard, with the Canucks sitting near the bottom of the standings. They combined to help Vancouver pull Dallas down toward the bottom Sunday night.
Raptors fall apart in fourth quarter in loss to Los Angeles Clippers

Raptors fall apart in fourth quarter in loss to Los Angeles Clippers

TORONTO — Despite winning 20 of their last 24 and sitting atop the Eastern Conference, the Toronto Raptors are doing a little soul-searching these days. A 117-106 loss Sunday to the Los Angeles Clippers was the Raptors' third defeat in five games.
Canada's Jones beats Sweden's Hasselborg to win gold at women's curling worlds

Canada's Jones beats Sweden's Hasselborg to win gold at women's curling worlds

NORTH BAY, Ont. — Canada's Jennifer Jones won tight games, blowouts, and even pulled out some victories that could have easily been losses at the world women's curling championship.

Canadian triathletes Mislawchuk, Sharpe race to top-5 World Cup finishes

NEW PLYMOUTH, New Zealand — Canadian triathletes Tyler Mislawchuk and Matt Sharpe recorded top-five World Cup finishes on Sunday in their final tuneup race before the Commonwealth Games. Mislawchuk, from Oak Bluff, Man.
Stacey scores winner to lift Thunder over Red Star in Clarkson Cup

Stacey scores winner to lift Thunder over Red Star in Clarkson Cup

TORONTO — Laura Stacey had no interest in seeing Sunday's Clarkson Cup go to a shootout. The 23-year-old from Mississauga, Ont., was part of the Canadian women's Olympic team that fell 3-2 to the Americans in a shootout last month in Pyeongchang.
Halladay's son enjoys week spent with Canada's junior baseball team

Halladay's son enjoys week spent with Canada's junior baseball team

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Braden Halladay didn't fully realize the ovation he received in his Canadian team debut until he watched the highlights after the game.