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WARNING: This story contains graphic details some readers may find disturbing. Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge says there’s a “systemic problem” of sexual violence and toxic masculinity in Canada’s hockey culture that Hockey Canada has failed to change. Her comment was a response to a Fifth Estate investigation that identified at least 15 group sexual assault
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Coyotes predictably labored during the first season of their rebuilding project, finishing near the bottom of the NHL standings. The focus of the second year will be about making progress, no matter how incremental. “I told the team, the odds are stacked against us,” Coyotes general manager Bill Armstrong
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Four adult children of Vancouver Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini have all alleged that he physically and psychologically abused them when they were young, a B.C. Supreme Court judge heard Tuesday. The disturbing allegations came to light during a hearing over whether Aquilini is obliged to continue paying child support and covering university expenses for three
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There are always burning questions in Toronto. The goaltending. The unsigned restricted free-agent defenceman. The injuries expected to keep Timothy Liljegren and Pierre Engvall from being full participants in training camp. The whole getting past the first round of the playoffs thing. This is part of life in hockey’s white-hot market, where every season arrives
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