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Senators trade Nick Paul to Lightning, acquire forward Mathieu Joseph

Senators trade Nick Paul to Lightning, acquire forward Mathieu Joseph

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have acquired forward Mathieu Joseph and a fourth-round pick in 2024 from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for centre Nick Paul. The 25-year-old Joseph has eight goals and 10 assists in 58 games this season.
Senators acquire defenceman Travis Hamonic from Canucks

Senators acquire defenceman Travis Hamonic from Canucks

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have acquired defenceman Travis Hamonic from the Vancouver Canucks for a third-round pick in the 2022 NHL draft. The 31-year-old had three goals and four assists in 24 games with Vancouver this season.
NHL trade deadline: Most big names already off the board ahead of Monday cutoff

NHL trade deadline: Most big names already off the board ahead of Monday cutoff

Claude Giroux is off the board. Same goes for Hampus Lindholm. Now add Mark Giordano to the list.
Maple Leafs acquire veteran defenceman Mark Giordano from Kraken

Maple Leafs acquire veteran defenceman Mark Giordano from Kraken

TORONTO — Mark Giordano is coming home. The Maple Leafs acquired the veteran defenceman and Toronto native along with centre Colin Blackwell from the Seattle Kraken on Sunday for two second-round draft picks and a third-round selection.
Canadian men close to end of World Cup qualifying road with Qatar 2022 in sight

Canadian men close to end of World Cup qualifying road with Qatar 2022 in sight

In July 2019, Canada coach John Herdman chose to see the glass half-full as CONCACAF revamped its road to the World Cup.
Olympic medallist and national champ Brad Gushue sounds off about curling podcast

Olympic medallist and national champ Brad Gushue sounds off about curling podcast

Brad Gushue wasn't thrilled when reports about his curling team's lineup plans surfaced this week.
Olympic issues with hog-line sensors in curling stones continue at women's worlds

Olympic issues with hog-line sensors in curling stones continue at women's worlds

PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. — Malfunctioning handles in the curling stones at the women's world championship meant hog-line violations went to the honour system Sunday.
Kirk, Bird, Chapman homer as Blue Jays top Pirates 10-4 in pre-season action

Kirk, Bird, Chapman homer as Blue Jays top Pirates 10-4 in pre-season action

DUNEDIN, Fla. — Alejandro Kirk homered and doubled for the Toronto Blue Jays in a 10-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Sunday at TD Ballpark.
Private investigator says drug kingpin targeted David Ortiz

Private investigator says drug kingpin targeted David Ortiz

BOSTON (AP) — A Dominican drug trafficker who was jealous of David Ortiz and felt disrespected by him had him shot at a Dominican nightclub in 2019, according to private investigators the Red Sox slugger hired to look into the attack that nearly kill
Worley wins WCup giant slalom title after Shiffrin fades

Worley wins WCup giant slalom title after Shiffrin fades

MERIBEL, France (AP) — Mikaela Shiffrin’s standout World Cup season ended by letting the giant slalom title slip away to Tessa Worley on Sunday. As the final racer of the women’s season, Shiffrin was the first-run leader with a 0.