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Capitals' Wilson fined $5K for roughing Rangers' Buchnevich

Capitals' Wilson fined $5K for roughing Rangers' Buchnevich

Washington's Tom Wilson was fined but not suspended for his actions during a post-whistle scrum in New York, an outcome the Capitals are ready to move on from and the Rangers feel isn't sufficient punishment for one of hockey's most polarizing player

AP source: Denver OT Ja'Wuan James tears Achilles off-site

A person with knowledge of the injury tells The Associated Press that right tackle Ja'Wuan James sustained a torn Achilles tendon while working out away from the Denver Broncos' facilities Tuesday.
UK police on trial accused of soccer player's murder

UK police on trial accused of soccer player's murder

LONDON — British prosecutors accused a police officer of murder Tuesday for allegedly using unnecessary force against a Black former Premier League soccer player, who died after being kicked in the head and shot with a stun gun.
Stepping in for injured Lowry and VanVleet, Flynn picks up rookie of month honours

Stepping in for injured Lowry and VanVleet, Flynn picks up rookie of month honours

NEW YORK — Toronto Raptors guard Malachi Flynn is the NBA's Eastern Conference rookie of the month for April.
Jonathan David, Evelyne Viens named Canada Soccer players of the month

Jonathan David, Evelyne Viens named Canada Soccer players of the month

Jonathan David and Evelyne Viens have been named Canada Soccer’s players of the month for April. David, a 21-year-old forward from Ottawa, scored the winning goal in a 1-0 victory for Ligue 1 leaders Lille over defending champion Paris Saint-Germain.
Former rugby 7s coach in favour of releasing independent review of players complaint

Former rugby 7s coach in favour of releasing independent review of players complaint

Former Canadian women's rugby sevens coach John Tait says he supports the release of the independent review into a complaint by current and former players.
Sport court clears Walker of wrongdoing, but denies show jumping team Tokyo entry

Sport court clears Walker of wrongdoing, but denies show jumping team Tokyo entry

The world's top sport court determined Canadian show jumper Nicole Walker inadvertently ingested a cocaine metabolite drinking South American tea, but did not reinstate the Canadian team for this summer's Tokyo Olympics.

Toronto Arrows take on MLR host Rugby ATL with a trophy on the line Saturday

MARIETTA, Ga. — The Toronto Arrows and Rugby ATL, who are sharing facilities in Marietta, Ga., will have a trophy on the line Saturday when they meet in Major League Rugby play.
Calgary featherweight (Mean) Hakeem Dawodu to face unbeaten Russian at UFC 263

Calgary featherweight (Mean) Hakeem Dawodu to face unbeaten Russian at UFC 263

TORONTO — Calgary featherweight (Mean) Hakeem Dawodu will be looking for his sixth straight UFC win when he takes on unbeaten Russian Movsar Evloev at UFC 263 on June 12.
Canadian rider James Piccoli finishes third in third stage of Tour of Rwanda

Canadian rider James Piccoli finishes third in third stage of Tour of Rwanda

GICUMBI, Rwanda — Canadian rider James Piccoli finished third Tuesday in the third stage of the Tour of Rwanda. France's Alain Boileau, a member of the B&B Hotels p/b KTM team, won a sprint to the finish in the 171.