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  • NHL roundup: Pat Quinn dies

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Pat Quinn dies Pat Quinn, who coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games, died at the age of 71. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he...
  • Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies

    Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies
    Pat Quinn coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he guided Canada to the Gold medal in the 2002 Olympics. On Monday, the NHL mourned...
  • Respected NHL voice, Quinn, dies

    The Sports Xchange Respected NHL voice, Quinn, dies Pat Quinn coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he guided Canada to the Gold medal...
  • After Disappointing Stanford Game, Nurse Steps Up For UConn

    STORRS – If the future plays out the way it now appears, Sunday's 36-point win over Creighton will be remembered for more than the beginning of UConn's next winning streak. Freshman Kia Nurse, a veteran of Canada's senior national team, arrived at...
  • 'Professional Lesbian' Grows Her Marketing Business With Books, Online Content

    'Professional Lesbian' Grows Her Marketing Business With Books, Online Content
    SUFFIELD — It wasn't intolerance that pushed Jenn Grace from an insurance company marketing job into the life of being a "professional lesbian," her business tagline. It was work-life balance. When she and her wife became parents, a corporate job...
  • Blues beat Senators, 3-2, earn first win of road trip

    OTTAWA, Ontario The Blues found their offensive touch on the road Saturday afternoon at Canadian Tire Centre. After scoring just one goal in the first two games of their road trip, three of the Blues' four lines registered goals in a 3-2 victory over the...
  • RBC to trim wealth management, international advisory unit

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada said on Friday it is shutting down its international client-wealth-management business in the Caribbean, along with some international advisory businesses in Canada and the United States. The Toronto-based bank...
  • Casey breaks with party to support Keystone XL pipeline

    Casey breaks with party to support Keystone XL pipeline
    A bill to force approval of the Keystone XL pipeline failed in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday, sparing President Barack Obama from an expected veto of legislation that several fellow Democrats including Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey supported. The measure...
  • Mawdsley Pleased To Stay In State To Play For Black Wolves

    The New England Black Wolves will have a nice mix of American and Canadian players. Mike Mawdsley is from Missisauga, Ontario, and just finished his career at Sacred Heart University, where he is fourth on the all-time scoring list. "It's an...
  • Preview: Predators at Senators

    The Nashville Predators wrap up their brief Canadian road trip with a visit to the Ottawa Senators on Thursday. The Senators finished a three-game Western Conference trek and are returning to Ottawa, where they have one regulation loss in their first...
  • Ann McFeatters: The Keystone pipeline, politics and the lonely snail darter

    WASHINGTON � Surprisingly, the snail darter is not extinct. As you busily prepare for the holidays (you are getting ready, aren't you?), you might wonder why this is an issue, let alone what it has to do with polar bears, mammoth butterflies and,...