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The coast is cleared

Six things we learned about the surprisingly successful Vancouver Canucks on the NHL’s hardest road trip

  • Inside a hockey factory

    There’s a remote little town in Sweden that exports three things: pulp and paper, heavy machinery and really, really good NHL players.
  • Priority viewing

    During a tough rookie year in junior, Mathew Barzal spent hours studying his game. Now scouts are doing the same.
  • Time to meet your Maker

    Thon Maker is 17. He’s seven-foot-one, has the skills of a guard and is one of the most highly rated prep basketball players in the world. And he’s playing high-school hoops in small-town Ontario.
  • How to cheat

    Sports are rife with cheating. We asked athletes, coaches and experts of all stripes how to win the game by gaming the system.
  • These are your sports on drugs

    It’s time to embrace performance enhancers
  • “There’s probably gonna be some swear words”

    The Interview with Danica Patrick
  • Feschuk: Louder! Longer! It’s all about the fans…

    It’s not about whether you win or lose, it’s whether your arena’s horn is loud enough to wake the dead
  • Grange: Adam and the eve of a new Jays era

    On Adam Lind, poster boy for the past decade of Toronto baseball—both the good and the bad
  • Brunt: Where baseball goes to dream

    The Arizona Fall League is a chance for prospects to turn heads—and for Blue Jays fans to imagine a brighter future

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