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Raptors lead the way as Ontario eases restrictions on team training facilities

Raptors lead the way as Ontario eases restrictions on team training facilities

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors will move a baby step closer to normalcy Monday with the reopening of their training centre for voluntary individual workouts.

Leafs assistant coach Paul McFarland returning to head coaching job in Kingston

TORONTO — Maple Leafs assistant coach Paul McFarland is returning to junior hockey, taking over the OHL's Kingston Frontenacs for the second time as he continues his head coaching education.
Senators: 'Options' coming for ticktholders as NHL season remains on pause

Senators: 'Options' coming for ticktholders as NHL season remains on pause

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators say they will offer options for ticket holders looking for refunds or credits as the NHL season remains on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Capitals cut ties with Leipsic after disparaging comments

Capitals cut ties with Leipsic after disparaging comments

ARLINGTON, Va. — The Washington Capitals on Friday placed Brendan Leipsic on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract after he made disparaging comments about women and teammates in a private social media chat.
Canadiens sign defenceman Alexander Romanov to entry-level contract

Canadiens sign defenceman Alexander Romanov to entry-level contract

Montreal Canadiens have signed defenceman Alexander Romanov to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Habs star Price sends support to boys who lost parents in N.S. mass shooting

Habs star Price sends support to boys who lost parents in N.S. mass shooting

Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price has reached out to give support two boys who lost their parents during the Nova Scotia mass shooting last month Price sent a heartfelt video message to 11-year-old Alex Blair and his 10-year-old brother Jack,
Leafs forward Alexander Kerfoot looks back at up-and-down start in Toronto

Leafs forward Alexander Kerfoot looks back at up-and-down start in Toronto

TORONTO — Alexander Kerfoot has been waiting out the COVID-19 pandemic like most NHL players. There's been board games with family, backyard competition, workouts, Netflix, some reading and plenty of down time.
B.C. Premier Horgan reaches out to NHL to offer place to play if NHL returns

B.C. Premier Horgan reaches out to NHL to offer place to play if NHL returns

VANCOUVER — British Columbia Premier John Horgan says he has reached out and offered the NHL a place to play games if the league can find a way to resume its suspended season.

Anaheim Ducks re-sign Djoos, Hakanpää to 1-year contracts

ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Anaheim Ducks have re-signed defencemen Christian Djoos and Jani Hakanpää to one-year contracts. The Ducks announced the deals Wednesday. Djoos will make $1 million next season, and Hakanpää gets $750,000.
Ford: MLSE asked about Toronto being a hub city should NHL resume its season

Ford: MLSE asked about Toronto being a hub city should NHL resume its season

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the Toronto Maple Leafs' parent company has been in contact with the province about the possibility of Canada's biggest city serving as a so-called "hockey pod" for teams should the NHL resume its season.