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Canada to square off versus Ukraine in next round of Fed Cup competition

MONTREAL — Canada will face Ukraine in the Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group II playoffs. The tie will be played in Canada April 21-22.

NewsAlert: Canada defeats Switzerland to win mixed doubles gold medal

The first Olympic gold medal in mixed doubles curling goes to Canada. Canada's John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes beat defending world champions Jenny Perret and Martin Rios of Switzerland 10-3 in the gold-medal game.

MLSE says its pro gamers will be team ambassadors -- and will be fighting fit

TORONTO — Forget the stereotype of video gamers hunched over a controller, munching on junk food in a dark basement.

Pro gamer hopes to add to Toronto FC trophy case with esports glory

Toronto FC is hoping Phil Balke can follow in the championship footsteps of Michael Bradley, Sebastian Giovinco and Jose Altidore. But Balke works his soccer magic with a gaming controller.

Scores and Schedule

Monday's Games NHL Toronto 4 Tampa Bay 3 Florida 7 Edmonton 5 Arizona 6 Chicago 1 --- AHL Iowa 3 San Antonio 2 --- NBA New Orleans 118 Detroit 103 Philadelphia 108 New York 92 L.A.

Monday's Games

Monday's Games NHL Toronto 4 Tampa Bay 3 Florida 7 Edmonton 5 Arizona 6 Chicago 1 --- AHL Iowa 3 San Antonio 2 --- NBA New Orleans 118 Detroit 103 Philadelphia 108 New York 92 L.A.
Trocheck scores three goals to lead Panthers in 7-5 win over Oilers

Trocheck scores three goals to lead Panthers in 7-5 win over Oilers

EDMONTON — Offence wasn't an issue in Edmonton on Monday — for either team. Vincent Trocheck had three goals and Evgenii Dadonov added two as the Florida Panthers emerged with a 7-5 victory over the Oilers.
Nylander, Matthews have three points each as Maple Leafs top Lightning

Nylander, Matthews have three points each as Maple Leafs top Lightning

TORONTO — The Toronto Maple Leafs didn't let a late Tampa Bay rally affect their game plan Monday night. Instead they refocused to show they could compete with the top team in the Eastern Conference.
Odorizzi, Stroman have hearings in final arbitration week

Odorizzi, Stroman have hearings in final arbitration week

PHOENIX — Toronto's Marcus Stroman and Tampa Bay's Jake Odorizzi went to hearings to begin the final week of what could be the busiest salary arbitration season since 1990. Stroman asked for a raise from $3.4 million to $6.
Quarterback Travis Lulay signs contract extension with B.C. Lions

Quarterback Travis Lulay signs contract extension with B.C. Lions

VANCOUVER — Quarterback Travis Lulay says he's relieved to sign a one-year deal with the B.C. Lions but isn't sure if he will have recovered from off-season knee surgery in time for the start of training camp.