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The Lakers are hiring JJ Redick as their new head coach, an AP source says

The Lakers are hiring JJ Redick as their new head coach, an AP source says

LOS ANGELES (AP) — JJ Redick is being hired as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, a person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press.
Oilers hope to join '42 Leafs as only team to win Cup after losing first three games

Oilers hope to join '42 Leafs as only team to win Cup after losing first three games

The Edmonton Oilers are entering territory few teams have charted in the NHL post-season, yet alone in a Stanley Cup final.
England fails to convince in 1-1 draw with Denmark though should advance at Euro 2024

England fails to convince in 1-1 draw with Denmark though should advance at Euro 2024

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Where England stands after two European Championship games is the envy of most teams. Just not good enough yet to have title ambitions.
Herdman says speedy wingback Tyrese Spicer likely out for six weeks with back injury

Herdman says speedy wingback Tyrese Spicer likely out for six weeks with back injury

TORONTO — Toronto FC, looking to find its way back into the win column, will likely be without rookie wingback Tyrese Spicer for the next six weeks.
Is that Connor McDavid? Oilers fan decorates yard with life-size player paintings

Is that Connor McDavid? Oilers fan decorates yard with life-size player paintings

EDMONTON — It's hard to miss Edmonton Oilers Captain Connor McDavid jumping over the fence of Warren Sillanpaa's downtown home.
Former Canada captain de Guzman savouring life in New York Red Bulls front office

Former Canada captain de Guzman savouring life in New York Red Bulls front office

Toronto FC will find a familiar face rooting against them Saturday at Red Bull Arena. Former Canada captain Julian de Guzman joined the New York Red Bulls as sporting director in February.
Broncos goaltender Jacob Wassermann named to Canadian Paralympic team in rowing

Broncos goaltender Jacob Wassermann named to Canadian Paralympic team in rowing

OTTAWA — Former Humboldt Broncos goaltender Jacob Wassermann has been named to Canada's Paralympic team and will compete in rowing this summer in Paris. Wassermann was among 13 survivors of a crash that killed 16 on April 6, 2018.
Senators sign defenceman Nikolas Matinpalo to one-year, two-way contract extension

Senators sign defenceman Nikolas Matinpalo to one-year, two-way contract extension

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators have signed defenceman Nikolas Matinpalo to a one-year, two-way contract extension, the NHL club announced Thursday. The contract has a value of US$775,000 in the NHL and US$200,000 in the American Hockey League.
Zhang to make fifth Olympic appearance as part of Canada's table tennis team

Zhang to make fifth Olympic appearance as part of Canada's table tennis team

TORONTO — Mo Zhang and Eugene Wang will lead an experienced Canadian table tennis team at this summer's Paris Olympics.
France coach says he assumes masked Mbappé will be available for Netherlands match at Euro 2024

France coach says he assumes masked Mbappé will be available for Netherlands match at Euro 2024

LEIPZIG, Germany (AP) — France coach Didier Deschamps says he assumes Kylian Mbappé will be available for the Euro 2024 clash against the Netherlands on Friday. “Everything is going well, after the shock we had.