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May 26, 2018 2:37 AM Toronto Marlies to play for Calder Cup

The Toronto Marlies edged the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 3-1 Friday night to complete a 4-0 series sweep in their AHL Eastern Conference final and advance to the Calder Cup championship series. The Marlies have a chance to win their first AHL championship; they’ll have to get by either Texas or Rockford, still vying for the Western Conference title 6

May 25, 2018 12:46 AM Rejuvenated Matt Black sets the pace for Argos secondary

“We’re hopeful that he lands on his feet next week somewhere,” Trestman said last summer after the roster move. “You never worry about Matt. He’s a class act. Great character.” But six days later the club brought him back — and on the last play of the season’s final game, Black made the interception that sealed the Argos’ Grey Cup win over the Calgary 6

May 22, 2018 12:18 AM Lamoriello move from Leafs to Islanders ‘done deal’

Kyle Dubas, who had been assistant GM for four seasons and an acolyte of team president Brendan Shanahan, was promoted to GM on May 11. The Athletic cited multiple sources confirming Lamoriello’s move, which had been widely speculated after Shanahan took the GM’s title away. The French website Hockey30 didn’t cite sources, but reported that Lamoriello 6

May 21, 2018 2:27 AM Defence optional in Titan’s Memorial Cup win over Pats

REGINA—Noah Dobson, Jeffrey Truchon-Viel and Ethan Crossman had two goals apiece and the Acadie-Bathurst Titan held off the host Regina Pats 8-6 on Sunday night to earn a berth in Friday’s semifinal at the Memorial Cup. Cameron Hebig had a pair of goals for the hosts, now 1-1. Jared Legein, Matt Bradley, Josh Mahura and Nick Henry rounded out the attack 6

May 20, 2018 3:10 AM Lightning one win away from eliminating Capitals

The Lightning, a pre-season favourite to play for the Cup if not win it, reached this point because they continued to play like the team that earned the top-seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs and won eight of the 10 games they played during the first two rounds. Goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy was back to his old, stone-wall-like self. The penalty kill stopped 7

May 19, 2018 8:59 PM Chelsea and Eden Hazard win FA Cup over Manchester United

After lifting the Premier League trophy last season, Chelsea finished 30 points behind newly crowned champion Manchester City to finish fifth last week and out of the Champions League places. “This was to save our season,” Cahill said before collecting the FA Cup. “I’m not saying we’ve had a magnificent season by any stretch. But we are used to winning 9

May 18, 2018 3:34 AM Lightning even series with Capitals

After one flubbed chance, Ovechkin threw his head back and looked up, the very picture of disappointment. Capitals goalie Braden Holtby didn’t need to make nearly as many saves, given the shot discrepancy: Washington ended up with 38 to Tampa Bay’s 20. Orlov put the hosts ahead about 4 1/2 minutes after the opening faceoff with a shot from the left circle 10

May 18, 2018 3:32 AM Humboldt Broncos honoured at opening ceremony for Memorial Cup

Music performance, photo tributes and thanks to first responders part of the show Musician Jack Semple strummed along on his guitar to a rendition of "Hallelujah" as the Humboldt Broncos were honoured at the opening ceremony of the Memorial Cup on Thursday night. As Semple performed on stage, images of the Broncos were shown on the video board behind 15

May 16, 2018 10:11 PM Talks stall between Canadian Lacrosse Association, players` association

The NLTPA also informed the CLA that until their conditions were met, they would not play for Canada in any tournament. The men’s field world championships is the first tournament on the calendar since the strike began. Although the CLA has made an offer to the NLTPA, it is only for the 34 players in the top tier of the senior men’s field team pool. Those 10

May 15, 2018 8:38 PM Golden touch leads to surprising Stanley Cup playoff run for Vegas

MARC-ANDRÉ FLEURY: Expansion pick from the Penguins, who were only allowed to protect one goalie and opted for the younger and cheaper Matt Murray, who had taken the No. 1 job. Fleury waived his no-movement clause. The Pens threw in a second-round pick. SHEA THEODORE: Vegas agreed to take defenceman Clayton Stoner in the draft (with a $3.25-million cap hit) if Anaheim 13