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The National Hockey League is allowing team facilities to reopen and players to take part in voluntary on- and off-ice workouts beginning Monday. Thursday night, the league announced its move to “Phase 2” of a potential return. Earlier in the day, it unveiled the final details of the 24-team playoff format that will be used
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Winnipeg Jets captain Blake Wheeler says he never envisioned his hometown of Minneapolis-St. Paul would serve as the spark for U.S.-wide protests against police killings of African-Americans. During a 40-minute conference call with reporters on Tuesday, Wheeler urged his fellow citizens to vote for candidates who will improve human rights in the U.S. and said the violence
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This article is part of CBC News’ Minority Report newsletter, which is your weekly tip-sheet to help you navigate the parliamentary waters of a minority government. Sign up here and it will be delivered directly to your inbox every Sunday. I fear that what I’m about to confess will jeopardize any affection we have towards one another, but, I
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New Jersey Devils defenceman Connor Carrick, who has focused on personal growth with the NHL on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic, weighed in following Saturday’s protests over the death of George Floyd, and as the night wore on, the riots that ensued across the country. The sixth-year NHLer recently began the Connor Carrick Podcast aimed
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The Buffalo Sabres have become quite proficient at shooting themselves in the foot. They buy bad players, hire mediocre managers and inexperienced coaches, fail to draft and develop effectively, and in general provide a negative working experience for their players. Ryan O’Reilly could tell you something about that. As an organization, the Sabres are right
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