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Fred VanVleet and Pascal Siakam led the short-handed Raptors to a 97-93 win over Milwaukee on Thursday, snapping the Bucks' eight-game win streak.
According to TSN's Rick Westhead, the Blackhawks claim the statute of limitations had expired by the time Beach filed his lawsuit.
The Thunder trailed 72-36 at halftime. They were outscored even worse in the second half.
Hockey Twitter has another new jersey to hate after the Nashville Predators dropped, uhh, whatever this thing is.
The Oilers winger reportedly intends to use the trademark to create athletic apparel after a photo he posted of an actual bison went viral this past fall.
Though their offense wasn't always great, the Cowboys handed New Orleans its fifth straight loss on Thursday night.
Humphries, a world-champion bobsledder, won three Olympic medals for Canada last decade. After defecting over alleged abuse, she needed U.S. citizenship to be able to compete in Beijing.
A fired up Fred VanVleet contributed way beyond what the box score showed in the win over the Bucks. He single-handedly ensure the Raptors held onto their momentum. Follow our Raptors coverage all season long on Yahoo Sports Canada.
It would be a shame if this run wasn't being enjoyed in the manner it should.
The Blue Jays roster is in good shape, but there's still plenty of work to do after the lockout ends, whenever that is.
Antonio Brown was accused in November of purchasing counterfeit COVID-19 vaccine cards.
The Pelicans downplayed the severity of the setback but foot issues for big men are always cause for concern.
It's been a special start for the Toronto Maple Leafs, who are the hottest team in the NHL right now. But for reasons associated to past failure, the level of excitement with the market doesn't do the team's performance justice.
Evander Kane’s representatives say a video of the player allegedly pointing a gun at his estranged wife has been released without context.
Brandt Clarke’s omission from Canada’s 2022 world junior selection camp roster is one of the most shocking snubs in recent memory.
We're only one-third of the way through the Premier League season, but the table is already starting to take shape. At the top it's Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool leading the title race.
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Andrew Mangiapane and Milan Lucic scored on the power play as the Calgary Flames won their fourth straight road game, 3-2 over the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night. Matthew Tkachuk had a goal, Jacob Markstrom made 40 saves and the Flames improved to an NHL-leading 10-2-2 on the road. “Sometimes you need your special teams to produce, and the power play was able to get two and the penalty kill did their job again here tonight,” Lucic said. Alex Edler got his 100th career goa
CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Andre Blake shook his head at the photo that captured the Jamaican goalie carried off the pitch on the shoulders of his Philadelphia Union teammates. Blake was swooped up by the Union after stopping two penalty kicks that ushered the franchise straight into easily the biggest game in its Major League Soccer history — Sunday’s Eastern Conference final against New York City FC. Blake’s Instagram photos and stories this week were loaded with action shots and Union players mobbed
COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — JoJo Wooden thought after he was one of the final cuts by the Arizona Cardinals during training camp in 1993 that his best avenue to progress in football would be through coaching. He later discovered that scouting was his natural calling. That decision has led to a 25-year career in NFL front offices and could land Wooden a general manager spot. The 52-year-old Wooden oversees the Los Angeles Chargers pro and college scouting departments as Director of Player Personnel