Canadian wins shootout against Penguins

Paul Byron and Jonathan Drouin’s shootout goals helped the Montreal Canadiens beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4-3 on Saturday night at the Bell Center. Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby were unable to defeat Antti Niemi in a shootout. The latter was particularly effective in the third period and in overtime, while the Penguins scored several scoring chances. […]

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The Maple Leafs win a crazy match

Morgan Rielly ended a crazy game in overtime, while the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Blackhawks 7-6 Sunday night in Chicago. Before reaching the extra period, both teams exchanged three goals in less than two minutes. Trailing 5-4, Patrick Kane tied the game for the first time, before Auston Matthews put the Canadian team back on […]

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Shea Weber is the new Canadian captain

The Montreal Canadiens’ management appointed defenseman Shea Weber as captain on Monday, making the veteran the 30th player in the organization’s history to claim the privilege. Weber succeeds Max Pacioretty, traded to the Golden Knights of Vegas. The back who will begin his 14th career campaign in the National League will be supported by Brendan Gallagher […]

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Sidney Crosby is still motivated

Sidney Crosby’s summer was longer than those of previous seasons. If the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup in 2016 and 2017, he and his teammates were eliminated in the second round of the last series by potential champions, the Washington Capitals. But number 87 remains hungry. “Having lost in the last campaign, you […]

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Nate Schmidt suspended for doping

The National Hockey League (NHL) on Sunday imposed a 20-game suspension on Vegas Golden Knights defender Nate Schmidt for an anti-doping policy violation. In a brief statement, the NHL said the 27-year-old will not be paid during his penalty, which will begin at the start of the regular schedule. No information regarding the product consumed by […]

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The Stanley Cup passing through Humboldt

The Humboldt Broncos hockey players were visited by the prestigious Stanley Cup on Friday as part of the opening of the Saskatchewan Junior Training Camp.  It was Washington Capitals striker Chandler Stephenson who took advantage of his day with the trophy to cheer up the Broncos day.   “It’s great to see the people, all the […]

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Terrible accident for Wickens in IndyCar

The images are striking and make people fear the worst. Robert Wickens, shot in the air after a touchdown with Ryan Hunter-Reay’s super high-speed car, hits a protective fence before making several rolls on the Pocono oval in Pennsylvania. The shock is brutal. The scene reminds us of the lurch that cost Dan Wheldon’s life in […]

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The dark side of social networks

Aleksandra Wozniak at Tennis 13 Training Center, where she strikes bullets while waiting to recover from her knee injury. First a tool to socialize with fans or promote their careers, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have become a double-edged sword for many athletes targeted by frustrated bettors. Aleksandra Wozniak denounces the death threats she and her […]

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First in the country despite her illness

An athlete from Repentigny must fight with severe asthma while respecting the anti-doping rules Mérédith Boyer posted her three gold medals at the Quebec Games as she resumed training with the Olympic Athletics Club Lanaudière A 16-year-old at-risk athlete with a serious asthma attack competes to be first in the country and 30th in the […]

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