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After the Brockville Braves shutout the Navan Grads 1-0 Friday at the Memorial Centre, coach Jesse Winchester was asked if he would have believed a month ago his team’s power play would be the catalyst for a hot streak.

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Brooke Henderson’s victory at the McKayson New Zealand Women’s Open came with more than a cash prize and a trophy.

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MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin won’t boycott the Pyeongchang Olympics.

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Hey, it turns out that the Montreal Canadiens really missed Carey Price.

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Former Sportsnet broadcaster Gregg Zaun is apologizing for “any harm or distress” his comments may have caused his female colleagues.

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Two Brockville teams came out winners at this year's Roger Ladouceur Memorial Atom Tournament.

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Before Noella Klawitter was about to be interviewed by The Recorder and Times she sent a text message over to her coach Paula Wiltse about the meeting.

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Whether the Brockville Braves have their hot streak end Sunday or have it continue for another four games, Friday’s 4-3 shootout win against the Carleton Place Canadians at the Memorial Centre will be the cherry on top of it all regardless of when it ends.

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The past two-and-half months were never easy for Mathieu Halle.

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Gregg Zaun, the polarizing former big-leaguer turned Sportsnet broadcaster, has been canned for “inappropriate conduct in the workplace.”

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Officially, Raptors small forward C.J. Miles became a dad last Thursday night shortly after 10 p.m.

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NASSAU, Bahamas — All eyes are on Tiger Woods and his return to golf, even the players he has to beat.

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OTTAWA — This is what makes the Canadian Football League wonderfully unique, a treasure north of the border. Once again the Grey Cup delivered in drama ... and in snow.

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For the first time in 23 years the Western Mustangs are national football champions.

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It was fun while it lasted.

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The Brockville Braves power play has been dismal all season, but on Friday it was out in full force on way to beating the Rockland Nationals 6-3 at the Memorial Centre.

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OTTAWA — He doesn’t remember how old he was the first time he was homeless.

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RALEIGH — Nazem Kadri dipped his toe — or in this case, the butt end of his stick — over the line on Wednesday night, and the Maple Leafs centre was adamant it won’t happen again.

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