Arash Madani
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Arash Madani has been with Sportsnet since 2009, covering a gamut of sports – from Hockey Night In Canada to the Olympics, as well as multiple World Series, NBA Finals and Super Bowls. In addition to his television work, he is a regular radio co-host on Prime Time Sports and is a contributor to the online print content on Sportsnet.ca.
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Roughriders agree to contract extension with coach, GM Chris Jones
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CFL sources tell Sportsnet that Chris Jones and the Roughriders have come to an agreement on a contract extension that will keep the head coach and GM in Regina.
DeVone Claybrooks expected to be named B.C. Lions' next head coach
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Calgary mayor Nenshi says 2026 bid decision will be made by summer
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Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi is in Pyeongchang taking in the 2018 Winter Olympics not just as a fan but as someone on a fact-finding mission as he looks to make a decision on his city's 2026 bid by the summer.
Veteran QB Ricky Ray to return to Argonauts in 2018
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Ricky Ray, who won a record fourth Grey Cup title as a CFL starting quarterback in November and said he was “seriously contemplating retirement” after last season, has told confidants that he will be returning to the CFL in 2018.
Elbow issue knocks Polansky out of Davis Cup; Pospisil in
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Senators' Erik Karlsson: I want to win in Ottawa
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Erik Karlsson spoke to Sportsnet's Arash Madani opened up about the present and the future, doubling down on his desire to remain with the only team he’s played for in the NHL.
Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor to retire in 2018
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Canadian tennis legend Daniel Nestor revealed that 2018 will be his last season on the professional tennis tour in an exclusive interview with Sportsnet.
Inside the post-match celebration with Denis Shapovalov
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The life and legacy of the incomparable Don Matthews
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Known across Canadian football as “The Don,” legendary coach Don Matthews was as much an outrageous persona away from the sidelines as he was a genius on it.