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Line Laurendeau doesn’t hesitate when asked whether she prefers water in its natural state or the frozen version. “Water,” Laurendeau says with a chuckle. “There’s a calmness to the seas that you can’t compare to anything. Going abroad, that’s what the navy gave me. The opportunity to meet new people and make a difference in
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The Arizona Coyotes have signed general manager John Chayka to a long-term contract extension. Terms of the deal announced Monday were not disclosed. Chayka has built the Coyotes into playoff contenders since becoming the youngest general manager in North American major sports history at 26 in 2016. Arizona came up four points short of the
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Goaltender Mackenzie Blackwood continues to bedevil the Vancouver Canucks. The New Jersey Devils scored goals 22 seconds apart in the first period then relied on a 30-save performance from Blackwood to beat the Canucks 2-1 Sunday afternoon. In just his second NHL season Blackwood already has a 4-0-0 record against Vancouver and a .972 save
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Hockey commentator Don Cherry was the target of an online backlash after complaining that he rarely sees people he believes to be new immigrants wearing poppies ahead of Remembrance Day. The 85-year-old Cherry said on Saturday on his weekly Coach’s Corner segment on “Hockey Night in Canada” that he’s seeing fewer people wearing poppies to
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Amid the hustle and bustle of organizing community events, Clare Agnew always feels more assured when her younger brother Bob is at her side. “I always feel comfortable and confident whenever he is in the room,” says Clare, the director of community services in Morden, Man. “He always has my back, and he’s calming and
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The graphic on the side of the Canalta Centre in Medicine Hat is hard to miss. A couple of storeys high and emblazoned with ARE YOU READY? – the tagline for the 2019 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge – it includes a photo of Canada White hoisting the Quebec Cup after winning gold in 2015, the
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CALGARY, Alta. – Since 2001, Hockey Canada and Chevrolet Canada have built a long-standing partnership that supports the national pastime, one that has now been extended through 2024. As an international marketing partner of Hockey Canada, Chevrolet Canada continues to support programs and initiatives from the grassroots to the world stage, including the IIHF World
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Women striving for the professional hockey league of their dreams want to stay visible during a gap in their Dream Gap Tour. The Professional Women’s Hockey Players’ Association tugs on hockey heartstrings with Thursday’s release of a music video rendition of the Stompin’ Tom Connors ballad “The Hockey Song.” PWHPA president and Hockey Hall of
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