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Germany beats Denmark, Czech Republic downs Japan as both nations stay undefeated

CALGARY — Jule Scheifer and Theresa Wagner scored 3:09 apart in the second period to put the game out of reach, and Germany went on to beat Denmark 3-1 on Monday in round-robin action at the women's world hockey championship.
Canucks Sports & Entertainment in support of provinces vaccination program

Canucks Sports & Entertainment in support of provinces vaccination program

VANCOUVER — Canucks Sports & Entertainment announced on Monday night its support for the province of British Columbia's COVID-19 proof of vaccination program.
Elks say nine players have tested positive for COVID-19, team in isolation

Elks say nine players have tested positive for COVID-19, team in isolation

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks say nine players have tested positive for COVID-19 since the club returned home from a game against the B.C. Lions.
Resurgent Votto pounding homers again, keeping Reds in race

Resurgent Votto pounding homers again, keeping Reds in race

CINCINNATI — In the midst of a sensational, homer-crashing career resurgence, Joey Votto talked recently about getting his 2,000th hit.

Nick Volpe, who led Argos to victory in the 1950 'Mud Bowl,' dies at 95

TORONTO — Nick Volpe, who played a key role in the Toronto Argonauts' victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the infamous 1950 "Mud Bowl" has died. He was 95. The Argonauts confirmed Volpe's death in a release Monday. No cause of death was given.
Jimmy Hayes, 31, Boston College star who played in NHL, dies

Jimmy Hayes, 31, Boston College star who played in NHL, dies

MILTON, Mass. — Jimmy Hayes, who won a national hockey championship at Boston College and played seven seasons in the NHL, has died. He was 31.
Canadian soccer star Alphonso Davies shares support for Refugee Paralympic Team

Canadian soccer star Alphonso Davies shares support for Refugee Paralympic Team

The six members of the Refugee Paralympic Team received some words of encouragement Monday from one of the world's most famous refugee athletes.

Jays to require proof of vaccination or negative COVID test to enter Rogers Centre

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays say those wishing to enter Rogers Centre will be required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test starting Sept. 13.
Another summer women's world hockey championship expected in 2022

Another summer women's world hockey championship expected in 2022

CALGARY — A dearth of international women's hockey is about to be replaced by an abundance of it.

Canada, U.S. improve to 2-0 in women's world hockey on record-tying day for Knight

CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Hilary Knight tied former U.S. star Cammi Granato's record for goals in women's world hockey championship play with 44 in the Americans' 3-0 victory over Finland on Sunday night. Making her U.S.