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Former Maple Leafs forward Greg Terrion dies at 58

Former Maple Leafs forward Greg Terrion dies at 58

TORONTO — Former Maple Leaf Greg Terrion, who played six seasons for Toronto during the 1980s, has died. He was 58. The team announced Terrion's death in a tweet Saturday afternoon.

Thomas remembers Raptors' roller-coaster early days, marvels at growth of game

VANCOUVER — Isiah Thomas figured the Raptors might face an uphill battle selling pro basketball to Canada. Watching an hour of Canadian all-sports T.V. confirmed it for him.

Gibbons to let Martin take over manager's role for final Blue Jays game

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — John Gibbons will be letting Canadian catcher Russell Martin take over managing duties for the Blue Jays Sunday in Toronto's season finale against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Man U slips further behind Man City and Liverpool after loss

Man U slips further behind Man City and Liverpool after loss

LONDON — After a third loss in seven English Premier League games so far, Jose Mourinho was quick to apportion blame for Manchester United's collapse at West Ham.
Halifax staff recommend against renaming street after Sidney Crosby

Halifax staff recommend against renaming street after Sidney Crosby

HALIFAX — City staff in Halifax are advising against renaming a road after Sidney Crosby, noting that Nova Scotia's hockey darling doesn't meet the existing criteria for commemorative naming because he has not yet retired.

Canadian Keegan Messing wins gold medal in men's event at Nebelhorn Trophy

OBERTSDORF, Germany — Keegan Messing of Sherwood Park, Alta., won the gold medal in the men's event on Saturday at the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition. Messing interpreted a Charlie Chaplin routine in his free skate and collected 257.

Canada loses lead late as China rallies for win at FIBA Women's World Cup

SAN CRISTOBAL DE LA LAGUNA, Spain — China rallied from a 14-point halftime deficit to beat Canada 76-71 in the consolation bracket at the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup on Saturday.
Sherman: inconsistency at quarterback hurt Alouettes this season

Sherman: inconsistency at quarterback hurt Alouettes this season

MONTREAL — Head coach Mike Sherman admits the seemingly never-ending carousel of quarterbacks in Montreal has hurt the Alouettes this season.

Scores and Schedule

Friday's Games CFL Calgary 38, Toronto 16 --- NHL Pre-season Toronto 6, Detroit 2 Columbus 7, Pittsburgh 6 Buffalo 5, N.Y. Islanders 4 Carolina 5, Washington 4, (OT) St.

Friday's Games

Friday's Games CFL Calgary 38, Toronto 16 --- NHL Pre-season Toronto 6, Detroit 2 Columbus 7, Pittsburgh 6 Buffalo 5, N.Y. Islanders 4 Carolina 5, Washington 4, (OT) St.