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Dallas Stars CEO rips high-priced Benn, Seguin as 'terrible'

Dallas Stars CEO rips high-priced Benn, Seguin as 'terrible'

FRISCO, Texas — Dallas Stars CEO Jim Lites ripped captain Jamie Benn and fellow high-priced forward Tyler Seguin, telling reporters their play has been "terrible" and saying owner Tom Gaglardi was frustrated as well.
NHL suspends Bruins F Backes 3 games for hit to head

NHL suspends Bruins F Backes 3 games for hit to head

NEW YORK — The NHL has suspended Boston Bruins forward David Backes three games without pay for an illegal hit to the head of New Jersey Devils forward Blake Coleman. The league considered Backes a repeat offender.
With Fry still on leave, Team Jacobs to solidify lineup plans in coming days

With Fry still on leave, Team Jacobs to solidify lineup plans in coming days

With the Canadian Open just over a week away, Team Brad Jacobs is planning to discuss lineup plans over the weekend before unveiling its foursome for the next stop on the Grand Slam of Curling circuit.
Coach: Team Canada's power play, penalty kill still a work in progress

Coach: Team Canada's power play, penalty kill still a work in progress

VANCOUVER — Team Canada coach Tim Hunter says his team will have to improve their penalty kill and power play if they're going to continue winning at the world junior championship.
Ice dancers Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir named team of the year

Ice dancers Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir named team of the year

TORONTO — The pressure at Gangneung Ice Arena was palpable. The world was watching. But in what was among the most memorable four minutes of the Pyeongchang Olympics, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir delivered the skate of their lives.
Humboldt Broncos coach steps down during first season after tragic bus crash

Humboldt Broncos coach steps down during first season after tragic bus crash

HUMBOLDT, Sask. — Nathan Oystrick has stepped down as head coach and general manager of the Humboldt Broncos.

Habs coach Julien says goalie Price is dealing with nagging 'irritation'

SUNRISE, Fla. — Montreal Canadiens coach Claude Julien said he hopes Carey Price's nagging injury won't keep the star goaltender out of action for long.
De Grasse changes coaches, training bases in hopes of turning career around

De Grasse changes coaches, training bases in hopes of turning career around

TORONTO — Canadian sprint star Andre De Grasse has switched coaches in hopes of turning around a career derailed by injuries.
A deep free-agent pool, Canada's Cup quest among NHL storylines for 2019

A deep free-agent pool, Canada's Cup quest among NHL storylines for 2019

TORONTO — A group of stars primed to hit free agency, the potential first volleys in another round of labour unrest and the possibility of Canada's first Stanley Cup winner since 1993 are among the NHL storylines to look for in 2019.

Scores and Schedule

Thursday's Games (All Times Eastern) 2019 IIHF World Junior Championship At Vancouver Russia 4, Denmark 0 Canada 3, Switzerland 2 At Victoria Sweden 5, Slovakia 2 Finland 5, Kazakhstan 0 --- Spengler Cup At Davos, Switzerland Kuopio 3, Trinec 1 Davos