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TORONTO — Sebastian Aho scored twice in the third period while James Reimer was strong in net to help the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Tuesday night and sweep the Stanley Cup qualifier series.

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Aho, Reimer help Hurricanes beat Rangers 4-1 for sweep

Aho, Reimer help Hurricanes beat Rangers 4-1 for sweep

TORONTO — Sebastian Aho scored twice in the third period while James Reimer was strong in net to help the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Tuesday night and sweep the Stanley Cup qualifier series.
Leafs solve Korpisalo, but lose Muzzin as Toronto evens series with Columbus 1-1

Leafs solve Korpisalo, but lose Muzzin as Toronto evens series with Columbus 1-1

TORONTO — The Maple Leafs sat two minutes from a resounding, feel-good victory. They had finally solved Columbus goalie Joonas Korpisalo and were on the way to evening the teams' qualifying round series at one game apiece.
Eberle scores 2 in Islanders' 4-2 win over Panthers

Eberle scores 2 in Islanders' 4-2 win over Panthers

TORONTO — Jordan Eberle scored twice, including the go-ahead goal, and the New York Islanders rallied to a 4-2 win over the Florida Panthers and take a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five NHL preliminary round playoff series on Tuesday.

Ontario government defends back-to-school plan despite contradictions

TORONTO — Ontario's premier stood by the province's back-to-school plans on Tuesday as federal officials offered up COVID-19-prevention guidelines that appeared to contradict those revealed by provincial officials last week.
Kahnawake postpones reopening plans as new Quebec COVID-19 cases remain steady

Kahnawake postpones reopening plans as new Quebec COVID-19 cases remain steady

MONTREAL — While Quebec moved this week to allow gatherings of up to 250 people both indoors and outdoors, a Mohawk community south of Montreal is taking a much more cautious approach amid a steady number of COVID-19 cases in the province.
Source: CFL would use federal government loan to cover hub, player costs

Source: CFL would use federal government loan to cover hub, player costs

TORONTO — If successful in securing a $30-million, interest-free loan from the federal government, the CFL would use the money to cover such operating costs as player salaries, COVID-19 testing and hub-city expenses during a shortened 2020 season.

Toronto teacher charged with sexual assault; cops believe more victims possible

TORONTO — Police in Toronto say they have charged a teacher with sexually assaulting a minor, and investigators are concerned there could be other victims.
First-year Argos head coach Dinwiddie dealing with COVID-19 pandemic uncertainty

First-year Argos head coach Dinwiddie dealing with COVID-19 pandemic uncertainty

TORONTO — There was no doubt in Ryan Dinwiddie's mind this off-season that he was ready to become a CFL head coach.
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