The 2022/23 ski season here at Breck has started off with a bang! These are the best early season conditions we've seen in 10 years.
Treliving worked with Tkachuk and his agent/uncle Craig Oster on potential options over the next few days. On July 22, five days after the first call, Tkachuk was on his way to the Florida Panthers along with a conditional fourth-round pick in 2025. The Flames received Jonathan Huberdeau, MacKenzie Weegar, prospect Cole Schwindt and a conditional first-round pick in 2025. As part of the sign-and-trade, Tkachuk landed a contract for eight years and $76 million.read in the Blog
The 2022 World Cup is edging ever closer, with Qatar and Ecuador kicking off the tournament on November 20.
Players will now be meeting up with their national teams as they head to the first-ever World Cup held at the end of the calendar year.
We will keep you up to date with all the latest news leading up to football's biggest international competition.
After 12 years of build-up, controversy and debate, the 2022 World Cup is now just days away. Can Brazil end 20 years of hurt? Will Lionel Messi finally lead Argentina to global glory? Have Gareth Southgate’s England got what it takes to finally go all the way? And can host nation Qatar spring a surprise or two? We are about to find out…
Former world number one Novak Djokovic will be granted a visa to play in the 2023 Australian Open tennis Grand Slam tournament, local media reports said Tuesday, despite his deportation from the country in January.read in the Blog
Mitch Marner got emotional when Jake Muzzin broke the news about his cervical spine injury and the fact the Maple Leafs defenceman will be out indefinitely. “It was just him and me in the room when he told me, and it’s a sad thing,” Marner said of his close friend. “There are a lot bigger things here than hockey and playing this game, and that’s your family and people around you that you love.”read in the Blog
The Panamanian national team came to Edmonton with no illusions of grandeur. The players knew they were likely going to be on the losing end of their FIBA World Cup qualifying match against Canada. They knew they were going to likely lose by a lot. But, even though they knew they were overmatched, they were still in awe over how clinical and how ruthless the Canadian team actually was. Canada remained the only undefeated team in Americas zone FIBA World Cup qualifying, beating Panama 112-71 on Sunday evening at the Edmonton Expo Centre.read in the Blog
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