Daniel Nugent-Bowman
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Daniel Nugent-Bowman is an associate editor at Sportsnet. He grew up in Mississauga, Ont., and received his journalism training in Ottawa. He spent four years covering junior hockey and football in Saskatoon. Nugent-Bowman has also written about an array of sports from speedskating to tennis to arm wrestling.
Canada's Gabriela Dabrowski hoping to break through in women's doubles
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
Gabriela Dabrowski wants to get to a point where she feels as good on a women’s doubles court as she does in the mixed game, a discipline where she is a two-time Grand Slam champion.
Canadian Pospisil cites fitness as biggest problem of late
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Genie Bouchard taking whatever good she can from brief Wimbledon run
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Genie Bouchard insists she isn’t concerned about proving anyone wrong and is instead focusing on tennis. In that regard, “there’s a long way to go.”
Big Read: Top prospect Svechnikov is ready to be the NHL's next Russian star
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
The favourite to go second-overall in the NHL Draft, Andrei Svechnikov's rare blend of speed and power could make him the league's next Russian star.
Big Read: Canadian Noah Dobson’s unique path to the 2018 NHL Draft
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Marlies' Game 7 win ends Toronto's pro hockey championship drought
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For the first time since the Toronto Maple Leafs last earned the Stanley Cup more than a half century ago, it was their little brother who returned the city to the winner’s circle.
Despite growing pains, Marlies' Liljegren values Calder Cup experience
Daniel Nugent-Bowman
The tangible signs of progress have been hard to identify for Timothy Liljegren during the Calder Cup Finals, but the Maple Leafs prospect is getting valuable experience.
Marlies drop first attempt at championship, Stars force Game 7
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Andrew Nielsen relishing return to Marlies lineup in Calder Cup Finals
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Andrew Nielsen has gone from believing he’s afterthought to being thrust into the latter stages of the AHL’s championship series.