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Carpenter earns record 77th cap in Canada's 25-9 loss to Romania

EDMONTON — A poor showing by Canada spoiled a milestone moment for veteran Aaron Carpenter.
In the midst of birdies and bogeys, a marriage proposal

In the midst of birdies and bogeys, a marriage proposal

ERIN, Wis. — Nick Rogness felt as nervous as anyone at the U.S. Open — not because of a golf club in his hand, but the diamond ring in his pocket.
Flames land goalie Smith from Coyotes for Johnson, Hickey and conditional pick

Flames land goalie Smith from Coyotes for Johnson, Hickey and conditional pick

CALGARY — The Calgary Flames acquired veteran goaltender Mike Smith from the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday for a conditional 2018 third-round pick, defensive prospect Brandon Hickey and the rights to unrestricted free agent goalie Chad Johnson.
Frazier, Davidson, Abreu hit solo homers to lift White Sox over Blue Jays 5-2

Frazier, Davidson, Abreu hit solo homers to lift White Sox over Blue Jays 5-2

TORONTO — Even in the face of back-to-back losses to the last-place Chicago White Sox, Marcus Stroman brims with confidence.
New show features Red Sox slugger Ortiz's World Series rings

New show features Red Sox slugger Ortiz's World Series rings

BOSTON — Red Sox bling is taking the mound this weekend at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts.

Journalist scammed for almost $1,000 for cab ride in Moscow

MOSCOW — A Chilean journalist was taken for a very expensive taxi ride during the Confederations Cup soccer tournament in Moscow.
Canadiens send defenceman Nathan Beaulieu to Sabres for third-round pick

Canadiens send defenceman Nathan Beaulieu to Sabres for third-round pick

MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens traded defenceman Nathan Beaulieu to the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday in exchange for a third-round pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Beaulieu had 28 points (4-24) in 74 games last season.
Special teams ace Jason Arakgi stuns B.C. Lions by announcing retirement

Special teams ace Jason Arakgi stuns B.C. Lions by announcing retirement

VANCOUVER — The roar coming from inside the B.C. Lions' locker-room after a meaningless exhibition victory was the first clue. By the time the media was allowed through the door, the reason for the noise became clear.
US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars

US Open filled with limitless possibilities, few stars

ERIN, Wis. — The U.S. Open is wide open going into the weekend. Paul Casey, Brooks Koepka, Brian Harman and Tommy Fleetwood share the 36-hole lead at Erin Hills.

Ex-Bengals player pleads no contest to indecent exposure

OXFORD, Ohio — A former Cincinnati Bengals football player has pleaded no contest to assault and indecent exposure. The Enquirer reports (http://cin.