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  • Riders trade Darian Durant to Montreal Alouettes

    CTV Regina 
    Published Friday, January 13, 2017 7:50AM CST

    Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Darian Durant throws a pass against the Toronto Argonauts during first half action in their CFL game in Toronto Saturday July 5, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Thornhill

    The Saskatchewan Roughriders have traded Darian Durant to the Montreal Alouettes in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2017 CFL draft, and a conditional second round selection in the 2018 CFL draft. Durant has been with the Riders for 11 seasons and played 157 regular season games. The 34-year-old has a 58-54-1 record in 113 careers regular season starts. He was named West Division All-Star in 2009 and 2013 and is a two-time Grey Cup Champion in 2007 and 2013. ...

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  • Arnold Palmer, 'The King' of golf, dead at 87

    By Doug Ferguson, The Associated Press Posted: Sep 25, 2016 9:03 PM ET

    Arnold Palmer brought a country-club sport to the masses with a hard-charging style, charisma and a commoner's touch, At ease with both presidents and the golfing public, and on a first-name basis with both, "The King," died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87. Alastair Johnston, CEO of Arnold Palmer Enterprises, confirmed that Palmer died Sunday afternoon of complications from heart problems. Johnson said Palmer was admitted to the hospital Thursday for some cardiovascular work and weakened over the last few days. "Today marks the passing of an era," said Johnston, Palmer's longtime agent at IMG. "Arnold Palmer's influence, profile and achievements spread far beyond the game of golf. He was an iconic American who treated people with respect and warmth, and built a unique legacy through his ability to engage with fans." Palmer ranked among the most important figures in golf history, and it went well beyond his seven major championships and...

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  • Alouettes retire Ben Cahoon's number

    Chris Cordella, TSN.ca Staff

    Ben Cahoon became the 11th Montreal Alouettes player to have his number retired by the team during a halftime ceremony July 29th 2016 at Percival Molson Stadium.  Cahoon, who spent his entire 13-year career with the Alouettes, joins a select honoured group that includes former teammates Mike Pringle and Anthony Calvillo.  Cahoon played 224 games wearing No. 86 for the franchise.  At just 5-foot-9, Cahoon emerged as one of the best CFL receivers of all time, second to Geroy Simon in all-time receptions with 1,017 and sixth in career receiving yards with 13,301. He was twice named winner of the league’s Most Outstanding Canadian award. “I’ll never forget the first training camp we put him in,” said Alouettes head coach and general manager Jim Popp on Thursday. “He didn’t drop one ball the entire training camp - it was pointed out by several people and then the legend began.” At just 5-foot-9, Cahoon emerged as one of the b...

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  • Chris Funk Shares The Stage With The Stanley Cup

    Brent Kloeble

    WINKLER MANITOBA - On a hot summer day in July Chris Funk was happy to share the stage with the Stanley Cup. Chris Funk performed his amazing magic show for Eric Fehr Stanley Cup Champion of the Pittsburgh Penguins. Friends and family of Eric's gathered at the family farm to have a photo opp with the cherished cup and Eric Fehr. Following that they enjoyed Chris Funk's entertaining stage show. To have Chris Funk performer at your upcoming event contact Events Edge. www.eventsedge.com events@eventsedge.com 1-877-922-9333 toll free. ...

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  • Inside the CFL: Marc Trestman still feels comfortable in Montreal


    Coaches are creatures of habit. Marc Trestman’s professional coaching career has taken him to 12 ports of call — 13, if you consider his two stints with the Minnesota Vikings. And yet in late June or early July, almost on an annual basis, the former head coach of the Alouettes returns to Montreal, staying in a boutique hotel not far from the condo that was his home for five years. It’s not a coincidence. “We love the city and we have people that we care about here. We love being down here and being part of … walking around. We don’t do anything special. I run every morning. We go to different places to eat and try to catch a game and see some of the people that were part of our lives,” Trestman said one morning this week over coffee, casually dressed in jeans, a pullover, sneakers — without laces — and no socks. “We feel at home here. “The whole menu of things that happened here … I just always felt comfortable h...

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  • Boxing needs an exciting heavyweight, George Chuvalo says

    Original article from Waterloo Region Record
    By Mark Bryson

    WATERLOO — Boxing hasn’t been the same since Mike Tyson’s reign of terror came to an end with back-to-back losses to Evander Holyfield almost 20 years ago. That’s the opinion of Canadian boxing legend George Chuvalo, who believes the sport needs an exciting heavyweight champion to bring it back to a mainstream audience. “Ask most people who the heavyweight champion of the world is and they won’t be able to tell you. I know it’s the Klitschko brother (Wladimir), but he’s not exciting to watch, he doesn’t fight enough and he usually fights in Ukraine or Germany or Russia and you hear nothing about the fight until it’s over. And then it’s just two or three lines in a newspaper,” said the 77-year-old Chuvalo on Wednesday night. “The heavyweight division just isn’t what it once was. It was the king of all divisions, the best of the best … but it’s been beat up and banged around and ther...

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