1. The Verdict on Jesse Boulerice: 25 Games

    Jesse Boulerice of the Philadelphia Flyers received his suspension today for Wednesday's attack on Ryan Kesler of the Vancouver Canucks. Boulerice has been sidelined from NHL action for 25 games...

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  2. Jesse Boulerice Attacks Ryan Kesler

    The 2007-2008 NHL season has only just begun, and already there have been some disgusting on-ice incidents. Wednesday's game between the Philadelphia Flyers and the Vancouver Canucks provided ...

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  3. A Star Is Born: Carey Price Debuts for the Canadiens

    Like Ken Dryden and Patrick Roy before him, Canadiens goalie Carey Price made his NHL debut in Pittsburgh against the Penguins.In 1971, Dryden won his first game 5-1 at the Igloo—then went on to win five Stanley Cups in a star-studded career...

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  4. Genevieve Jeanson finally confesses.

    A long doping saga in the world of cycling has been finally uncovered in part, as Genevieve Jeanson admitted that she took EPO as early as 16 years old to Alain Gravel, a Radio-Canada journalist ...

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  5. $100 000 000 fine for McLaren.

    Yes you read correctly, the number of zeros is accurate, the FIA have fined the McLaren-Mercedes team one hundred millions of dollars for industrial espionnage...

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  6. Hockey Canada Secures Funding for National Training Centre

    In a press conference today, Hockey Canada president Bob Nicholson announced a final $69 million investment in a brand-new training centre for the National Team.The project's total budget is $280 million...

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  7. Jacques Villeneuve Excited to Shift Gears to NASCAR

    When you're an Indianapolis 500 winner and an ex-F1 world champion, nothing you do goes unnoticed by the racing world.Just ask Jacques Villeneuve.This summer highlighted a new side of Villeneuve: a calm, confident, and cool one...

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  8. Turkish Grand Prix: Ferrari, Fernando Alonso Narrow the Gap

    The Istanbul circuit proved a formidable equalizer as Ferrari dominated the Turkish Grand Prix from start to finish.Felipe Massa won his third race of the season, while teammate Kimi Raikkonen finished in second place...

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  9. Sam Pollock, 1925-2007

    Yesterday, a hockey era ended with the passing of Sam Pollock. The legendary general manager of the Montreal Canadiens was known as a tough negotiator and a very wise man. Pollock helped build the Habs dynasty in the 60s and 70s...

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  10. Who Will Sign Peter Forsberg?

    The talk around the NHL the last few days has centered on Peter Forsberg, as teams look to improve their lineups via free agency...

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  11. Yashin Not in the NHL for 2007-2008

    Alexei Yashin has signed a one year contract with the Yaroslavl Locomotiv, a professional russian club.Yashin, 33 years old, was an unrestricted free agent this summer after the ...

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  12. Why Bob, Why?: Canadiens Pass on Angelo Esposito

    As the Montreal Canadiens prepared to make their first pick in the 2007 NHL entry draft, all eyes were on GM Bob Gainey and recruiting director Trevor Timmins. The reason: Angelo Esposito of the Quebec Ramparts was still on the board...

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  13. Mark Messier Tops List of 2007 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductees

    On Thursday, the NHL announced the four players to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame later this summer: Mark Messier, Scott Stevens, Al MacInnis, and Ron Francis. Messier's nomination was a no-brainer...

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  14. Claude Julien Almost a Bruin

    According to the TSN network, the Boston Bruins are on the verge of hiring Claude Julien as their new head coach. The Bruins fired Dave Lewis last Friday, so the spot is officially open...

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  15. Captain Sidney Crosby

    Penguins' star Sidney Crosby was named team captain yesterday. He becomes the youngest team captain in NHL history at 19 years old and 8 months. Last season, Crosby finished in first place for total points at his second full season in the NHL...

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  16. NHL Finals: Ottawa Senators, Anaheim Ducks Chase the Stanley Cup

    Finally, the hunt for the Stanley Cup has been pared to two teams. With the Ottawa Senators and Anaheim Ducks set to go at each other next Monday, there's only one question about ...

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  17. Roger Federer Ends Rafael Nadal's Streak

    Roger Federer managed to defeat Rafael Nadal 2-6, 6-2, 6-0 on a clay surface Sunday at the finals of the Hamburg tournament. Nadal's last loss on clay happened in April of 2005...

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  18. Bernie Ecclestone Gets Greedy with the Australian Grand Prix

    Bernie Ecclestone, the pope of Formula One, issued an ultimatum to the Australian Grand Prix organization on Sunday.Ecclestone wants the race run at night to increase the number of television viewers...

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  19. Sens Finish the Job

    The Ottawa Senators have ended the Buffalo Sabres' season and advances to the Stanley cup final with a 3-2 overtime victory. Team captain Daniel Alfredsson sent Buffalo home with the overtime game-winner...

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  20. Is Gary Bettman Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?

    On Saturday, at 2 p.m., the Ottawa Senators will take their 3-1 series lead into the fifth game of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Buffalo Sabres...

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  21. Chris Pronger Suspended One Game

    Anaheim Ducks' top defensemen Chris Pronger will miss game 4 of the Western conference final for hitting Tomas Holmstrom of the Detroit Red Wings to the head while using his elbow...

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  22. High-Priced Hi-Def: NHL Ponies Up for New Replay Cameras

    The National Hockey League will invest a total of $5 million in high-definition cameras to be installed over the nets in all 30 NHL arenas after the completion of the 2007 playoffs...

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  23. Red Wings Blank the Ducks

    The Detroit Red Wings played an exemplary game and easily defeated the Anaheim Ducks 5-0 yesterday evening and took a 2-1 series lead. Tomas Holmstrom was dominant for the Wings as he scored 2 goals and added 1 assist during the game...

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  24. Canada and Finland at the World Hockey Championships

    Canada will face Finland in the gold medal match at the World hockey championships presented in Moscow. Canada defeated Sweden in the semifinal match by the score of 4-1. Finland had to go in overtime to defeat the host team, Russia, 2-1...

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  25. Game on!

    Tonight marks the start of a very interesting head-to-head confrontation between the Ottawa Senators and the Buffalo Sabres. Their NHL Eastern conference final will be very well disputed, nobody will want to give an inch to the opposing team...

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