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Michael Brind’Amour stepping down as Hockey Canada board of directors chair

Michael Brind’Amour is stepping down as chair of Hockey Canada’s board of directors, effective immediately, the governing body announced Saturday. Hockey Canada said Brind’Amour informed the organization of his plans Friday night. “I have listened carefully and intently to the comments of Canadians about the culture of our sport and our organization, and about our …

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No ‘ducking’ way: Stars, Blue Jackets mascots stage best fanbase battle

FRISCO, Texas — What better way to determine which team has a better fanbase than with thousands of rubber duckies? Spawned from some friendly banter between Stars mascot Victor E. Green and Blue Jackets mascot Stinger in late July, the duo called upon their fans to settle the score. The competition was simple: Whichever mascot …

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Boston Bruins enjoying romantic summer with Taylor Hall wedding and Charlie McAvoy engagement

Aug 4, 2022 Jeremy WillisESPN.com Wedding season is in full swing, and it has been a romantic past few days for the Boston Bruins. Taylor Hall, the 30-year-old left wing, married his longtime girlfriend, Rachel Rush, over the weekend at Graydon Manor Hall in North York, Ontario. The couple got engaged in 2021. Hall, from …

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Alleged victim in Hockey Canada lawsuit says she wanted ‘accountability’: Report

The woman who filed a lawsuit against Hockey Canada for an alleged assault involving members of the 2018 World Junior team after an event held by the national governing body is speaking out for the first time, telling the Globe and Mail that it was difficult “to see facts told in pieces and not as …

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Alleged victim in Hockey Canada lawsuit says she wanted ‘accountability’: Report

The woman who filed a lawsuit against Hockey Canada for an alleged assault involving members of the 2018 World Junior team after an event held by the national governing body is speaking out for the first time, telling the Globe and Mail that it was difficult “to see facts told in pieces and not as …

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