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The Canadian teen, seeded 24th, defeated John Millman of Australia 7-5, 6-4, 6-2 in a first-round match on Tuesday.
Game 2 goes Wednesday in Vegas before the best-of-seven series switches to Washington for Games 3 and 4.
The Flames broke off talks last September just as a civic election got underway, calling discussions “spectacularly unproductive.”
The Vegas Golden Knights will host the Washington Capitals in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final Monday in Sin City
The Toronto Maple Leafs say club and assistant general manager Mark Hunter have mutually agreed to part ways.
Ryan Straschnitzki was badly hurt in the accident: a spinal injury, broken ribs, a broken collar bone, and punctured lung
Blue Jays take on Seattle Tuesday night
Canadians Sarah Pavan and Melissa Humana-Paredes made history Thursday at the Commonwealth Games.
Canadian teenage swimmer Taylor Ruck, of Kelowna B.C., wins her eighth medal at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
Kelowna swimmer Taylor Ruck ties Canada record with seventh Commonwealth Games medal
Video showed Conor McGregor with a group of people causing chaos Thursday
The Canadian women team, including Shallon Olsen of Surrey, B.C., won gymnastics gold at Gold Coast Commonwealth Games
John Young was born with dwarfism, but that hasn’t stopped him from conquering multiple marathons and triathlon.
Teenage swimmer Taylor Ruck picks up gold and silver at the Commonwealth Games
Bahram Hojreh faces charges including sexual battery and sexual penetration by foreign object
Prince Charles attended the opening ceremony for the 2018 Commonwealth Games at Carrara Stadium on the Gold Coast, Australia
The Facebook photo of Serah Small breastfeeding her eight-week-old in an arena change room had drawn more than 1,000 likes and 500 shares by Thursday morning.
Scott Foster is an accountant during the day and a rec league goaltender at night, but he played in an NHL game Thursday night
The decision leaves the door open for five other countries, including Canada
Nicknamed “Le Grand Orange” by Montreal fans for his shock of red hair the right-fielder was traded to the Expos in 1969