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Friday's Games NHL New Jersey 2 Pittsburgh 1 Boston 4 Toronto 2 Columbus 3 St.

Friday's Games

Friday's Games NHL New Jersey 2 Pittsburgh 1 Boston 4 Toronto 2 Columbus 3 St.
Marchand scores twice in the 3rd as Boston hands Toronto a fourth straight loss

Marchand scores twice in the 3rd as Boston hands Toronto a fourth straight loss

TORONTO — John Tavares — Toronto's calm, cool captain — smashed his stick against the post late in another loss where a decent effort was undone by costly, preventable errors. It's been a recurring theme for the Maple Leafs in 2019-20.

Gyasi Zardes leads U..S to 4-1 rout of Canada in Nations League match

ORLANDO, Fla. — Gyasi Zardes had a pair of goals to lead the United States past Canada 4-1 on Friday night in CONCACAF Nations League play. Jordan Morris and Aaron Long also scored as the Americans (2-1-0) took a 3-0 lead in the first half.
Senators score twice in second period en route to win over Flyers

Senators score twice in second period en route to win over Flyers

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators made up for a bad start with a solid ending.
Canadiens respond to Ovechkin’s hit on Drouin, beat Capitals

Canadiens respond to Ovechkin’s hit on Drouin, beat Capitals

WASHINGTON — By the time Capitals coach Todd Reirden called a timeout to tell his team to wake up, it was too late. Alex Ovechkin’s thunderous hit on Jonathan Drouin had already energized the Canadiens.

Paul Bissonnette joins Warriors after tweeting he could walk on to an NLL club

VANCOUVER — Paul Bissonnette is going to get his wish. Two days after tweeting that he could make a National Lacrosse League team as a walk on without having ever played a game, the Vancouver Warriors signed Bissonnette to a professional tryout.

Jury rules USA Swimming not liable in sexual abuse case

STOCKTON, Calif. — A jury in California has ruled that USA Swimming was not negligent in the case of a former coach who sexually abused a 13-year-old swimmer, although she will receive $1,125,000 from two USA Swimming affiliates in a civil lawsuit.
Dickenson cool in Saskatchewan Roughriders head coaching hot seat

Dickenson cool in Saskatchewan Roughriders head coaching hot seat

REGINA — Craig Dickenson thinks his behaviour in a rocky start ultimately gained the trust of the Saskatchewan Roughriders in his first year as their head coach. The Roughriders went 1-3 out of the gates in 2019. Week 5 was a bye week.
Sportsnet exploring new formats for first intermission, Hall of Fame feature on tap this week

Sportsnet exploring new formats for first intermission, Hall of Fame feature on tap this week

TORONTO — Don't expect an immediate replacement for fired commentator Don Cherry on "Coach's Corner." In fact, it's possible that Sportsnet may eventually take the long-running "Hockey Night in Canada" segment in a different direction.