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Toronto Marlies assistant coach Rob Davison, who experienced a grand mal seizeure ahead of Friday night’s American Hockey League game against the hometown Texas Stars, was discharged from hospital Saturday but will remain away from the team indefinitely. Davison was immediately transported to hospital where he was kept overnight for observation. The 39-year-old’s condition has been
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Jim Little, who has held prominent roles in the offices of Canadian banks, aerospace and communications companies, is the new CEO of the Ottawa Senators. The team announced the hire in a news release on Friday. The 55-year-old most recently worked for Shaw Communications as its chief marketing and cultural officer, as well as occupying
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SAN JOSE, CALIF.—The Sharks will reportedly be without injured captain Logan Couture for several weeks, delivering a potentially crippling blow to the team’s already fading playoff hopes for this season. Pierre LeBrun of TSN and the Athletic tweeted Wednesday afternoon that Couture may have a fractured left ankle and that he could be out “at
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NASHVILLE—The Nashville Predators have hired former New Jersey Devils coach John Hynes as the third coach in franchise history after firing Peter Laviolette. The Predators announced the hiring Tuesday before a morning skate. Nashville hosts Boston on Tuesday night. “John Hynes is a bright young coach and great leader who has a track record of
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