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Longueuil renames street after hockey great Jean Béliveau

LONGUEUIL – The City of Longueuil is expected to announce Tuesday that it is renaming Victoria St. in honour of one of its longstanding residents – … 261 more words


The Provies: Work safe environments, Cold War Miller, and a whole lot of turnovers

Botch has the night off, so you are stuck with me for the Provies.

This means more gifs, less feuding, and probably a WWE reference thrown in for good measure. 1,706 more words

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TronArmy Presents: The WWE Photoshap Challenge-Canucks vs. Ducks


Doing a wrestling themed comp has always been something I’ve looked forward to. Tonight didn’t disappoint and although I might not include all of the entries in the recap I looked at them all and appreciated the humour and effort put into each one. 524 more words

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The Sedins are old. The Sedins play making days are long behind them. The Sedins are on the cusp of the end of their respective careers. 333 more words


Tears all around, as Oilers make goalie Garret Sparks' debut a memorable one

Toronto — Only the Edmonton Oilers could make a grown man cry.

When Garret Sparks was told he was the first Toronto Maple Leafs goalie to pitch a shutout in his NHL debut, blanking the Oilers three-zip Monday night, he couldn’t hide his tears. 696 more words

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Sparks earns shutout in NHL debut, Maple Leafs blank Oilers 3-0

TORONTO – Shutouts don’t come easy for the Maple Leafs. Rookie Garret Sparks made it happen Monday night.

The 22-year-old Sparks stopped 24 shots in his NHL debut to lead Toronto to a 3-0 win over the visiting Edmonton Oilers on Monday. 800 more words


Leafs' Garret Sparks shuts out Oilers in his NHL coming-out party

In a battle — using the term loosely — between two of the NHL’s worst teams, the Maple Leafs prevailed 3-0 over the Edmonton Oilers, who finished their five-game road trip with a shootout win in Pittsburgh and overtime loss in Detroit, and three losses in Washington, Carolina and Toronto. 468 more words

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