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Montreal police ready as Canadiens, Lightning square off ahead of do-or-die Game 4

Montreal police ready as Canadiens, Lightning square off ahead of do-or-die Game 4

Montreal Canadiens faithful are expected to gather across the city tonight, hoping their team can prolong the Stanley Cup final against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Tokyo Games still weigh limits on fans -- if any fans at all

TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympic organizing committee signaled on Monday that it will change its ticket policy this week for any local fans hoping to attend. This comes with the pandemic-delayed Olympics opening in just under three weeks.
Vancouver Whitecaps settle for 2-2 draw with FC Dallas after own goal in stoppage time

Vancouver Whitecaps settle for 2-2 draw with FC Dallas after own goal in stoppage time

FRISCO, Texas (AP) — The Vancouver Whitecaps’ Ranko Veselinovic scored an own goal in the 94th minute to give FC Dallas a 2-2 draw Sunday night.

CPL Roundup: Defending champs Forge down Pacific 3-0 for first win of season

WINNIPEG — Forge FC scored three late goals to down Pacific FC 3-0 Sunday in Canadian Premier League action.
Depleted Toronto Arrows snap losing streak with 34-28 win over Old Glory DC

Depleted Toronto Arrows snap losing streak with 34-28 win over Old Glory DC

MARIETTA, Ga. — Despite missing more than a dozen players through international duty or injury, the Toronto Arrows rallied to snap a five-game losing streak with a 34-28 win over Old Glory DC in Major League Rugby play Sunday.
Toronto FC makes coaching change but offers little vision for the road ahead

Toronto FC makes coaching change but offers little vision for the road ahead

Toronto FC is coming home Thursday, at least to train and sleep in its own beds. But head coach Chris Armas won't be making the trip, paying the price for Saturday's humiliating 7-1 loss at D.C. United and the string of defeats that preceded it.
Toronto FC to head home with hopes it can soon return to playing games at BMO Field

Toronto FC to head home with hopes it can soon return to playing games at BMO Field

Toronto FC president Bill Manning says he is optimistic the MLS team will soon be able to play games back at BMO Field. Toronto, which finished out the 2020 campaign in East Hartford, Conn.

U.S. to play Canada at Nashville, 1st home World Cup qualifier

CHICAGO (AP) — The United States’ first home World Cup qualifier, against Canada on Sept. 5, will be at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. The venue for the match, announced Sunday, will follow the Americans’ opener at El Salvador on Sept.
Meadows gets 3 hits, Franco homers as Rays beat Blue Jays

Meadows gets 3 hits, Franco homers as Rays beat Blue Jays

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Austin Meadows had three hits, including two RBI doubles, and the Tampa Bay Rays ended their 10-game road losing streak with a 5-1 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday.

Edmonton's Marco Arop races to second in Diamond League 800 metres in Stockholm

STOCKHOLM — Canada's Marco Arop raced to a silver medal in the 800 metres at the Stockholm Diamond League meet on Sunday. The 22-year-old from Edmonton crossed in a personal best time of one minute 44 seconds.