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    Remparts lose their cool and chance to knock QMJHL rivals out of Memorial Cup

  2. Bryan Murray announces next season is last as Ottawa GM
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    Bryan Murray announces next season is last as Ottawa GM

  3. Sources: Scott Skiles progressing toward deal to become Magic coach
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    Sources: Scott Skiles progressing toward deal to become Magic coach

  4. Woman swipes soccer jersey from 8-year old fan
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    Woman swipes soccer jersey from 8-year old fan

  5. Why the Warriors' dreadful past makes their trip to the NBA Finals that much more special
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    Why the Warriors' dreadful past makes their trip to the NBA Finals that much more special

  6. Los Angeles NFL team update: St. Louis officials sue over stadium, San Diego negotiates with Chargers
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  7. Duncan Keith's virtuoso performance propels Blackhawks to Game 7 showdown vs. Ducks
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    Duncan Keith's virtuoso performance propels Blackhawks to Game 7 showdown vs. Ducks

  8. Here's how Adrian Peterson is key to Greg Hardy's appeal of 10-game suspension
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    Here's how Adrian Peterson is key to Greg Hardy's appeal of 10-game suspension

  9. Klay Thompson must complete concussion protocol to be cleared for NBA Finals
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    Klay Thompson must complete concussion protocol to be cleared for NBA Finals

  10. NHL Three Stars: Duncan Keith and Patrick Kane crush Ducks in Game 6 win
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    NHL Three Stars: Duncan Keith and Patrick Kane crush Ducks in Game 6 win

  11. Latest FIFA injustice returns to spotlight at U.S. women's national team media day
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    Latest FIFA injustice returns to spotlight at U.S. women's national team media day

  12. In lieu of singles, Canadian men's doubles take centre stage at the French Open
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    In lieu of singles, Canadian men's doubles take centre stage at the French Open