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Senators sign goalie Lehner to 3-year deal

NHL New York Islanders vs Ottawa Senators

The Ottawa Senators locked up goalie Robin Lehner on Thursday, signing him to a three-year contract worth a reported $6.675 million US.

Red Sox trade Lester to Athletics: reports


The Boston Red Sox have traded right-hander Jon Lester and outfielder Jonny Gomes to the Oakland Athletics for outfielder Yoenis Cespedes, according to reports.

Ticats' Gable looks to tear up Bombers

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Hamilton Tiger-Cats' dynamic running back C.J. Gable aims to become the first player in league history to register 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same campaign.

Commonwealth Games: Day 8 from Glasgow


Watch live action from the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow all day. Canada's Josh Cassidy races in the men's wheelchair 1,500-metre final as part of a full slate of track and field events, plus there's diving, gymnastics and a lot more.

Whitecaps, Fire settle for scoreless draw


Goalkeepers David Ousted of the Vancouver Whitecaps and Sean Johnson of the Chicago Fire recorded two saves apiece in a scoreless draw at Toyota Park on Wednesday night.

Blue Jays show no mercy in sweeping Red Sox


Dioner Navarro had three hits and three runs batted in to lead the Toronto Blue Jays to their fifth consecutive victory, 6-1 over the slumping Boston Red Sox on Wednesday.


Dodgers broadcaster Vin Scully pokes fun at historic career


Vin Scully poked fun at himself Wednesday when asked about his plans to return for his record 66th season in the Los Angeles Dodgers broadcast booth next year.

Milos Raonic advances to 3rd round of Citi Open

Milos Raonic advances to 3rd round of Citi Open

Defeats Jack Sock in straight sets.

Toronto FC no match for Bill Hamid, DC United


D.C. United goalkeeper Bill Hamid tied a career high with eight saves in earning his fifth shutout of the season, 3-0 over Toronto FC at RFK Stadium on Wednesday night.

Lions to retire numbers worn by Brent Johnson, Jamie Taras


The B.C. Lions announced Wednesday that they will retire the numbers worn by Brent Johnson (97) and Jamie Taras (60) prior to playing the Toronto Argonauts on Sept. 19.

Dwight King avoids arbitration with Kings


Two-time Stanley Cup champion Dwight King and the Los Angeles Kings avoided arbitration Wednesday, reaching terms on a three-year, $5.85-million US contract.

Devils' Andy Greene given long-term deal


The New Jersey Devils confirmed Wednesday that they signed defenceman Andy Greene to a long-term contract extension, reportedly for $25 million US over five years


Diamondbacks' Eric Chavez confirms retirement


Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Eric Chavez, a six-time Gold Glover, announced his retirement Wednesday, concluding his 17-year major-league career at the age of 36.

Patrick Peterson now highest-paid NFL cornerback


Patrick Peterson of the Arizona Cardinals is the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL, signing a five-year, $70-million US contract with $48 million in guaranteed money.

Chris Bosh, Heat put ink to $118M contract


The Miami Heat confirmed that Chris Bosh formally signed his five-year, $118-million US contract on Wednesday.

Commonwealth Games: Best of Day 7

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Take a look at some of the finer moments from Day 7 of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, where Canada won six more gold medals.

Cowboys extend Tyron Smith deal by 8 years, $98M


The Dallas Cowboys have signed Tyron Smith to an eight-year contract extension that locks up the Pro Bowl left tackle through the 2023 season.

Canadians Theisen-Eaton, Zelinka take gold, silver in heptathlon


Brianne Theisen-Eaton captured the heptathlon title Wednesday at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, and fellow Canadian Jessica Zelinka claimed the silver.

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