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Wildcats begin veteran sale as QMJHL trade freeze ends

The Moncton Wildcats were just one of the many teams that made some big moves as the QMJHL trade period opened.

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Pirates indicate McCutchen will be on 2017 opening day roster

It appears that Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen won’t be traded this off-season.

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Cougars acquire Sabres prospect Brendan Guhle from Raiders

The Prince George Cougars have added another NHL draft pick to their blue-line by acquiring Brendan Guhle from the Prince Albert Raiders.

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Report: Bartolo Colon joins Dickey on Braves staff

Right-handed pitcher Bartolo Colon has signed a contract with the Atlanta Braves, according Mark Bowman of MLB.com. The deal is pending until the 43-year-old passes a physical.

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Raptors 905 to host NBA D-League Showcase in 2017

The future of the NBA and the scouts watching them will be coming to the GTA in 2017 for the NBA D-League Showcase.

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Spitfires acquire Graham Knott from IceDogs

The Windsor Spitfires have added to their forward depth by acquiring left-winger Graham Knott from the Niagara IceDogs.

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Ken Griffey Jr. to be on the cover of MLB The Show 17

Josh Donaldson will be passing the mantle of MLB The Show cover athlete to one of the greatest players of all time.

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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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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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