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Edmonton Oilers superstar Leon Draisaitl announces engagement

Reduce the font size of the article Increase the font size of the article Less than three weeks after the Edmonton Oilers reached Game 7 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals, the team’s German superstar has announced that he and his girlfriend are engaged. Leon Draisaitl, 28, posted photos on Instagram on Thursday of him on the beach, proposing to …

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Blue Jays’ Bo Bichette goes viral for openly flirting with trade: ‘I want to win’

Normally, professional athletes go to great lengths to avoid potential controversy when speaking to reporters. But in another sign of a struggling season for the Toronto Blue Jays, star forward Bo Bichette appeared to openly flirt with the idea of ​​playing for a team like the San Francisco Giants on Wednesday. “I haven’t really explored the city yet. For me, …

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‘Flopping’ Argentina: Star player’s on-field antics spark anger from Canadian soccer fans

While many Canadians watched the national team’s match against Argentina on Tuesday night with high hopes, their dream of beating the best team in the world in the Copa America semi-finals was shattered. And although the reigning world champions finished with a two-goal lead, the performance of one of their star players drew the ire of the Canadian fans with …

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Argentina posts 2-0 win over brave Canada in Copa America semi-final

Goals from Lionel Messi and Julian Alvarez ensured that number one Argentina defeated Canada. The South American star duo proved their worth on Tuesday by winning 2-0 in the semi-final of the Copa America. Despite the loss, the Canadians, ranked 48th, did not disappoint in front of a capacity crowd of 80,102 on a hot, humid evening at MetLife Stadium, …

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Canada vs Argentina: Your Guide to the Historic Copa America Semi-Final

The Canadian men’s soccer team faces a historic test on Tuesday night when it faces Argentina in the Copa America semi-finals. The game kicks off at 8pm and fans in Canada can watch the game on TSN. Fans south of the border can watch the game on FS1. This is the first time that Canada will participate in the oldest …

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A ‘living hell’: More disturbing allegations as QMJHL bullying lawsuit filed

Warning: This story contains sensitive and graphic content that may be disturbing to some readers who have experienced sexual violence or abuse. Discretion is advised. Five other players have given detailed descriptions of humiliating, insulting and violent traumas they say they suffered as minors during hazing rituals in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League between 1970 and 2000. A long-awaited …

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Camelbak All Clear – Water Purifier / Water Bottle – Road Gear #6

Show notes The Camelbak Everything is fine is a water bottle with a built-in water purifier. The CamelBak uses UV light to effectively neutralize viruses, bacteria and protozoa. Take this water bottle with you when traveling to prevent water-related diseases. right click here to to download (Small)right click here to download (Big) by Chris Christensen Chris Christensen is the creator …

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Japan Travel Guide – Amateur Traveler

Travel to Kyoto and the Kansai region of Japan We could start by talking about the rich imperial cities of Kyoto and Nara with their thousands of temples and shrines and also a few palaces, but Amanda starts us off with the food which is appropriate as Osaka is sometimes called the “nation’s kitchen”. LISTEN Must know Language The language …

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Team Canada purchases AC units for athletes at the Paris Olympics. Why? – National

Preparations for the Paris Olympics are in full swing and some countries, including Canada, are making sure their athletes stay cool during the two-week summer sporting event. Team Canada is one of several visiting delegations that will add air conditioning systems because the rooms in the Olympic Village where the athletes will stay do not have them. “In line with …

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NHL legacies and hockey dads: How Jarome Iginla and Byron Ritchie are preparing for the draft

Byron Ritchie made a quick note on his phone and sent a text message to Jarome Iginla, his former Calgary Flames teammate. Ritchie’s son Ryder was in a scoring slump and Ritchie asked Iginla if he could watch a few of his son’s shifts. “See if you see anything different to me,” Byron asked. It was a hockey dad asking …

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