Month: December 2021

The latest sports news: Senators add forwards Ennis, Norris to NHL’s COVID-19 protocol list Southampton vs. Newcastle Premier League game postponed French league postpones game between Angers and Saint-Etienne Senators add forwards Ennis, Norris to protocol The Ottawa Senators have added forwards Tyler Ennis and Josh Norris to the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol list, the team announced on
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Adrian Kempe and Viktor Arvidsson scored in the shootout, Jonathan Quick made 17 saves and the Los Angeles Kings snapped the Vancouver Canucks’ seven-game winning streak under new coach Bruce Boudreau with a 2-1 victory Thursday night. Brendan Lemieux scored his sixth goal of the season in the second period for the Kings, who earned
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10:14 PM ET Jamal Collier The Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs will begin hosting home games without selling tickets to fans for the next three weeks starting Friday following a decision by the province of Ontario to limit venue capacities. Ontario’s government capped attendance at concert venues, arenas and theaters to 1,000 people or 50%,
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RED DEER, Alta. – Slovakia’s goaltender at the world junior hockey championship says that this year’s tournament was “a joke.” Simon Latkoczy criticized the event’s organizers In a pair of Instagram posts on Thursday. The International Ice Hockey Federation cancelled the under-20 men’s world championship after players on three teams had confirmed cases of COVID-19.
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10:24 AM ET Associated Press ST. PAUL, Minnesota — The Minnesota Wild signed coach Dean Evason and his staff to multiyear contract extensions Thursday, a reward for keeping them as one of the top teams in the Western Conference. Evason, 57, is in his second full season as Minnesota’s coach after replacing Bruce Boudreau in
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