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Wednesday April 1 2015
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Toronto Blue Jays to rely on key veteran additions and plenty of youth in 2015 TORONTO BLUE JAYS

TORONTO - The Blue Jays opened training camp with a roster full of question marks. "As strong as we are and as good as we feel about this team, there's some questions that need to be answered in spring training,'' Toronto manager...

Man who sued ex-NFLer Hernandez over Florida shooting testifies in murder trial

FALL RIVER, Mass. - A man who sued Aaron Hernandez over being shot in the face in Florida has taken the stand in the former New England Patriots player's murder trial. But prosecutors are not allowed to ask Alexander Bradley about the shooting,...

Canadian women's hockey team to face Finland in world championship semifinal

MALMO, Sweden - Canada will face Finland in Friday's semifinal at the women's world hockey championship. Finland downed Switzerland 3-0 in Wednesday's quarter-final. Michelle Karvinen and Linda Valimaki scored for the Finns with...

Chris Kreider's late goal lifts Rangers over Jets 3-2 WINNIPEG JETS

WINNIPEG - Henrik Lundqvist showed he's one step closer to being back to top form. Starting his second game after missing 25 with a throat injury, the veteran goalie made 32 saves as the New York Rangers downed the Winnipeg Jets 3-2 on Thursday....

Simmons falls to Norway for first defeat at men's curling worlds CURLING

HALIFAX - Norway's Thomas Ulsrud upped the fashion ante Tuesday night. He also showed Canada's Pat Simmons why he's the reigning world champion. Looking loose and comfortable in colourful checkered knickers, soccer socks and patterned...

Bautista, Encarnacion each homer for Blue Jays in a 10-6 win over the Phillies TORONTO BLUE JAYS

DUNEDIN, Fla. - Edwin Encarnacion, Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson each hit long home runs Tuesday, lifting the Toronto Blue Jays to a 10-6 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. Encarnacion's two-run shot off Sean O'Sullivan in the first...

Stone scores final goal in shootout, gives Senators 2-1 win over Red Wings OTTAWA SENATORS

ETROIT - Mark Stone scored the final goal in the shootout, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Detroit Red Wings 2-1 on Tuesday night. Mika Zibanejad and Kyle Turris also had...

North Stars build early lead, stave off elimination in Game 4 SIJHL

The Thunder Bay North Stars season will last at least another couple of days. Facing elimination in Game 4 of their best-of-seven Superior International Junior Hockey League...

Spooner scores twice in Canada's win over Finland in women's hockey HOCKEY

MALMO, Sweden - Natalie Spooner scored two goals and assisted on another to lead Canada to a 6-2 win over Finland at the women's world hockey championship Tuesday. Canada...

Britain scraps plans to have soccer teams at next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro SOCCER

LONDON - Britain will not have soccer teams at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro because the English Football Association failed to gain support from the other three federations. Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are against united British teams,...

FIFA chooses Hawk-Eye as goal-line technology system at Women's World Cup in Canada SOCCER

ZURICH - FIFA says it will use Hawk-Eye to rule on goal-line decisions at the Women's World Cup in Canada. The British camera-based system to track the ball's position is already used in the Premier League. It was developed in tennis and...

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