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The NBA’s new power dynamic and what it can teach the NHL

Superstars uniting to create superteams offends those in the NHL who see dominant clubs as contrary to the spirit of expanded leagues and marketable logos

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Target practice: finding the right golf rangefinder

Hand-held laser units and wrist watches that give distances dominate the market. We tested both technologies to see which best serves the needs of golfers

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The Blue Jay way: to sell or persevere?

If a post-season berth is unlikely for Toronto, it may be time to dump aging, costly players and begin building for the future

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Pitchers’ careers balance on a thin ligament

Baseball teams and their medical people have reduced workloads, refined mechanics and changed diets to get the most out of their pitchers. To no avail

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CFL: The Dark League Rises (again)

The three-down football league seems to move from one episode of crisis to another. But every spring it emerges again, despite its critics – and itself

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The absurdity of a man worth hundreds of millions of dollars playing the race card is truly dismaying

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Finals fantasy: NHL, NBA go head to head

While the NBA is evolving into the soccer model of a few elite teams contesting the title, the NHL is content with its anyone-can-win philosophy

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Professional sports leagues confront homophobia

Words used as weapons hurt, sting and take root in our memories. On a playground or in a professional arena, there can be no room for slurs

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The sports world’s TV-fed money pipeline is drying up

Young viewers are tuning out TV networks and turning to tablets or phones for their live sports. Even worse, many are ignoring sports completely

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May Mayhem: NHL post-season gets nastier

Around the league during the race for the Stanley Cup: Is Subban too pricey for his contributions? Why can’t Ovechkin get the Capitals over the hump?

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