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Florida Panthers’ Ed Jovanovski (55) and Kris Versteeg (32) chase a puck at a practice in Coral Springs, Fla., Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013. (J Pat Carter/AP)

Former Panther Jovanovski settles into life after hockey

Ed Jovanovski talks about the rise of the Florida Panthers and life after hockey.

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Projecting reasonable 2016-17 stats for Auston Matthews

Auston Matthews scored four goals in his first NHL game Wednesday. While it’s fun to speculate how good his rookie season will be, based on past teenage player performances, we can set more reasonable expectations.

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Rival Watch: What they’re saying about Blue Jays in Texas

We’ve collected a sample of what the Rangers columnists had to say after the game. Spoiler: they weren’t happy.

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Sep 9, 2016; Columbus, OH, USA; Team USA forward Zach Parise (9) celebrates with teammates on the bench after scoring a goal in the first period against Team Canada during a World Cup of Hockey pre-tournament game at Nationwide Arena. Mandatory Credit: Aaron Doster-USA TODAY Sports

Hockey is better off when the United States wins

As a Canadian hockey fan, seeing my team dismantle the United States at the World Cup of Hockey Tuesday night was great. But as someone who wants to grow the game of hockey, it was tough to watch.

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Head to head: Who has edge between Raonic, Murray at Wimbledon?

Ahead of the final on Sunday, here is some background on how Milos Raonic and Andy Murray have fared against each other.

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Canadian Shapovalov to make ATP main draw debut at Citi Open

Milos Raonic, Eugenie Bouchard and Vasek Pospisil have become household names to Canadian tennis fans. But another young player could soon be added to that list.

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Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer (Paul Sancya/AP)

Did Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer slight Canadians after win?

After a 19-inning marathon game on Canada, Indians right-hander Trevor Bauer sent out a mysterious tweet that rubbed some Blue Jays fans the wrong way.

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Calvin Thurkauf, right, of the Kelowna Rockets, protects the puck against David Quenneville, left, of the Medicine Hat Tigers. (Marissa Baecker/Kelowna Rockets)

Only Time Will Tell with Thurkauf and the Blue Jackets

The Columbus Blue Jackets drafted Calvin Thurkauf in the seventh round (185th overall) last week. It’s a low-risk, high-reward pick for Columbus, but definitely not a complete write-off.

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Toronto Blue Jays president and CEO Mark Shapiro. (Nathan Denette/AP)

Blue Jays’ Shapiro: Improving fan experience a priority

Mark Shapiro is hearing fans’ concerns and “absolutely looking to improve the fan experience in every single aspect.”

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Winning is key for hockey success in Las Vegas

Until the new Las Vegas team starts winning, it’s hard not to be skeptical about hockey in the desert.

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Matt Calvert. (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

Blue Jackets Management Caught Off Guard by Slow Start

When the Columbus Blue Jackets opened the season with eight straight loses, the team’s management was stunned and not sure what to do.

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