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It’s a win Dominique Ducharme will never forget
His first win as an NHL coach. For his Montreal Canadiens. With his team snapping a five-game losing streak and offering a performance that had his fingerprints all over it.
@EricEngels reports ⤵️
The postponed Tokyo Olympics will reportedly take place without any fans from abroad when they open in just under five months.
“It's been fun for me to learn and to watch and, again, I have to earn the respect of the clubhouse.”
Tuesday marked George Springer's spring debut with the Blue Jays and he's already settling in. @ShiDavidi has more:
The NFL's fifth annual Women's Career in Football Forum was held virtually last week.
Playing a season during a pandemic was always going to have risks and, for the most part, the Raptors have navigated those risks well. (@michaelgrange)
The Suns have 15 wins in their past 18 games and have moved past the Lakers for second place in the West 🔥
Vintage Spezza inspired.™️
Brayden Point gave him the death stare. 😂
Another one-game Canucks winning streak ended immediately as the club fell to the Jets just 24 hours after a shutout win in Manitoba marked one of Vancouver's best performances of this dismal season.
@imacSportsnet on what's become a familiar trend:
“To have (my first win) with this team — the Canadiens — is even more special to me."
It’s a win Dominique Ducharme will never forget, with Montreal halting a five-game skid and offering a performance that had his fingerprints all over it.
Nikola Jokic posted his ninth triple-double of the season and 50th of his career, and the Denver Nuggets trounced Milwaukee on Tuesday to snap the Bucks' five-game winning streak.
The Raptors have become the latest team to see their schedule disrupted by an outbreak. And yet, in the grand scheme of what the NBA has been trying to accomplish this season, the Raptors have done well to navigate the risks. (via @michaelgrange)
That's 3⃣ straight shutouts for Andrei Vasilevskiy.
Trey Lyles scored 18 points, Dejounte Murray added 17 and the Spurs beat New York 119-83, ending the Knicks' three-game winning streak.
Replying to @reporterchris: Andrei Vasilevskiy has gone more than 199 minutes since allowing a goal.
THREE STRAIGHT SHUTOUTS FOR VASILEVSKIY 🔥
Kemba Walker had 25 points as the Celtics took advantage of a late scratch of Kawhi Leonard and held off the Clippers 117-112 on Tuesday night.
Andrei Vasilevskiy has gone more than 199 minutes since allowing a goal.
The Montreal Canadiens have fired long-time director of goaltending Stéphane Waite and replaced him with Sean Burke, the team announced Tuesday.
🎶 Time for Tim & Sid ... one last time 🎶
It's the end of an era for the most edu-taining sports duo. 😢
Catch the final episode of @timandsid tonight at 5pm ET on Sportsnet.📺 #ThankYouSid | #TSmemories
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