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Watch live at 7:30 p.m. ET as Canada faces off against Europe in Game 1 of the World Cup of Hockey final in Toronto.
It's certainly not a storied rivalry, or even the matchup most expected, but Team Canada insists it's not taking Team Europe lightly as players prepare to face off in the World Cup of Hockey final beginning tonight (CBC, CBCSports.ca, CBC Sports app, 7:30 p.m. ET).
Ensure you don't miss a moment of World Cup of Hockey action by downloading the CBC Sports app, watching on our website or catching the games live on television.
This week's three-game series between the Blue Jays and visiting Baltimore, starting Tuesday at 7:07 p.m. ET, will have a playoff feel, given its importance to the American League wild-card race. Toronto is on top, one game ahead of the Orioles.
The Toronto Blue Jays won't have steady relief pitcher Joaquin Benoit for this week's playoff push and perhaps much longer should they secure a post-season berth. Second baseman Devon Travis is also day to day with a sore shoulder.
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was a patron at a Miami River bar and restaurant before he and two friends were killed in a boat crash, a spokeswoman for the establishment confirmed Tuesday.
The Calgary Stampeders were sombre as they went back to practice following teammate Mylan Hicks' shooting death early Sunday.
Sam Allardyce left his position as England manager on Tuesday after only one match in charge over a series of damaging comments to undercover reporters that the English Football Association deemed "inappropriate."
Connor McDavid finally hit the ice Tuesday with his new linemate — the six-foot-three freight train named Milan Lucic — and was barely off the ice before passing judgment.
Wayne Gretzky is returning to the NHL as official ambassador of the league's centennial celebration.
Davis Love III said he was only trying to illustrate why his U.S. team should play with more swagger in the Ryder Cup. His comments wound up providing plenty of fodder for the Europeans, and perhaps a little extra motivation they didn't even need.
The Calgary Stampeders faced a stiff test from the Ottawa Redblacks but remain unbeaten in 11 and the team to catch as we take our weekly measure of the balance of power in the CFL.
For the first time in the history of the National Lacrosse League the coach and general manager of a team has selected his son first overall in an Entry Draft.