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Jays' Donaldson signs 2-year deal, avoids arbitration: report


Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson, the 2015 American League MVP, reportedly has agreed to a two-year contract worth close to $29 million US. The 29-year-old hit .297 with 41 home runs in his first season with Toronto.


Sens' Stone, Pageau lead attack in win over Lightning


Mark Stone had two goals and an assist Monday night as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-1. Stone now has five goals and three assists in his past four games after having gone eight straight without a point.


Raptors fire on all cylinders to pound Pistons

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Kyle Lowry scored 25 points, and the Toronto Raptors went on an 11-2 run at the start of the fourth quarter to pull away for their 14th victory in 15 games, 103-89 over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night.


Crosby extends points streaks with 4 points vs. Ducks


Sidney Crosby scored on a pair of breakaways to extend his goal streak to a career-best seven games and added two assists to help the Pittsburgh Penguins continue their surge with a 6-2 win over the visiting Anaheim Ducks on Monday night.


Canadian starters to be front, centre in CFL free agency


CFL free agency begins at noon ET Tuesday with over 140 players slated to hit the open market. Once again, Canadian starters will be front and centre with running back Andrew Harris and defensive lineman Ted Laurent expected to garner much attention.


Marshawn Lynch's top Beast Mode moments


Marshawn Lynch announced his intention to retire Sunday which his agent confirmed Monday. Here are some of his best moments.



B.C. Lions re-sign oft-injured Lulay to mentor Jennings


The B.C. Lions re-signed veteran quarterback Travis Lulay on Monday, a day before he was eligible for CFL free agency. Lulay, 32, is expected to mentor youngster Jonathon Jennings, who assumed starting duties after backup Jon Beck was hurt.


Travis Lulay's new contract

The B.C. Lions re-signed veteran quarterback Travis Lulay on Monday, a day before he was eligible for free agency.

Lulay, the CFL's outstanding player in 2011, enters his eighth season with B.C. He's currently third in team history with 16,960 passing yards and 101 touchdown passes.

"I have truly loved every moment of my time with the Lions and I'm ecstatic to be staying in B.C.," Lulay said in a statement. "We have great opportunity to be a very competitive team in 2016 and I'm excited to get to work."

Lulay appeared in 10 games last season, completing 167-of-266 passes (62.6 per cent) for 1,953 yards with 12 TDs and 10 interceptions. But he lost his starting job late in the year after suffering a knee injury.

Lulay, 32, is expected to mentor youngster Jonathon Jennings, who assumed starting duties after backup Jon Beck was hurt. Jennings threw for 2,004 yards with 15 TDs and 10 interceptions in guiding B.C. (7-11) to the third and final West Division playoff spot.

Lulay has been with B.C. since '09 and led the franchise to a Grey Cup title in 2011, earning game MVP honours. He has amassed a 39-26 record in 65 career starts with B.C.

"Strength and depth at the quarterback position is vital to any team’s success," Lions coach/GM Wally Buono said. "Travis gives us all the qualities that you want in a quarterback.

"He's a leader and a competitor and I am looking forward to seeing him along with Jonathon Jennings and Greg McGhee come to training camp and lead our club."

Victor Montagliani, Canada Soccer boss, to run for CONCACAF presidency


The head of the Canadian Soccer Association is running for president of CONCACAF, the scandal-ridden governing body of soccer in North and Central America and the Caribbean.


NHL suspends Drew Stafford 1 game for high-sticking

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The NHL has suspended Winnipeg Jets forward Drew Stafford for one game for high-sticking Colorado Avalanche defenceman Nick Holden.


4 things to watch when NBA All-Star Weekend lands in Canada


The NBA's mid-season showcase will be an entertaining few days for basketball fans - here's what to look out for when the three-day long event kicks off for the first time in Canada on Friday.


Jets sign Byfuglien to 5-year, $38M US contract extension

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The Winnipeg Jets and Dustin Byfuglien have signed a major five-year contract extension worth $38 million US.


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