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Whitecaps rally late to earn tie with Earthquakes

Whitecaps rally late to earn tie with Earthquakes

VANCOUVER — Twice the Vancouver Whitecaps fought back, combining with the San Jose Earthquakes for a six goal second half and both teams splitting the spoils.

Toronto Arrows keep MLR playoff hopes alive by thumping Dallas Jackals 57-0

TORONTO — The Toronto Arrows kept their playoff hopes alive while adding to the expansion Dallas Jackals' misery with a 57-0 win in Major League Rugby play Saturday.
Oilers' Draisaitl take part in warm-ups before Game 7 against Kings

Oilers' Draisaitl take part in warm-ups before Game 7 against Kings

EDMONTON — Leon Draisaitl was on the ice Saturday as the Edmonton Oilers warmed up for Game 7 of the first-round NHL playoff series against the L.A. Kings.

CP NewsAlert: Maple Leafs eliminated by Tampa Bay Lightning in first round

The Toronto Maple Leafs fell to the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 7 of their first-round series to be eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs. Toronto hasn't won a playoff series since 2004. More coming. The Canadian Press
Flames coach Darryl Sutter brings Game 7 savvy to series finale against Stars

Flames coach Darryl Sutter brings Game 7 savvy to series finale against Stars

CALGARY — Most Calgary Flames players lack Game 7 experience in the NHL playoffs, but their coach doesn't. Darryl Sutter owns the best all-time record among NHL head coaches at 7-3 in best-of-seven series that reach a Game 7 finale.

Stricker's lead at 3 going into finale at Regions Tradition

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Steve Stricker took a three-stroke lead over Steven Alker into the final round of the Regions Tradition, birdieing the final hole Saturday for a 6-under 66.

Orlando City scores late to hand Toronto FC its fifth straight loss

TORONTO — The losses are mounting for Toronto FC. So is the frustration. For the second week in a row, Toronto (3-7-2) conceded a late goal in losing 1-0 to Orlando City SC.
Herta makes all right moves to win wet, wild IndyCar GP

Herta makes all right moves to win wet, wild IndyCar GP

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Colton Herta stopped an early slide, overcame two late pit stops and eventually pulled away from Simon Pagenaud on Saturday to win the wild, wacky and wet IndyCar Grand Prix. Herta beat the three-time race winner by 3.
Liverpool beats Chelsea to win FA Cup, keep quad hopes alive

Liverpool beats Chelsea to win FA Cup, keep quad hopes alive

LONDON (AP) — Add the FA Cup to the collection. Jürgen Klopp has now won every major title for Liverpool.
Baseball Canada to retire No. 19 from women's national team program to honour Asay

Baseball Canada to retire No. 19 from women's national team program to honour Asay

OTTAWA — Baseball Canada plans to formally retire No. 19 from the women's national team program to honour Amanda Asay, who died in a skiing accident in January at age 33.