AHL allowing players to Visit Olympics

Players on Hockey League contracts will be eligible to play at the 2018 Winter Olympics. President and CEO David Andrews supported by way of a league spokesman that teams were advised they could advance players on AHL contracts. The AHL sent a memo to its 30 clubs stating players could only be loaned for Olympic … [Read more…]

John Doyle a obsession?

Andrew Chang was just a couple of minutes into anchoring The National on CBC the other day when viewers were onto me with remarks: “He seems really good.” And, “He seems agitated.” In houses and cottages and, likely, at Tim Hortons across Canada, the post-Mansbridge future of The National has been shared with vim and … [Read more…]

Sailors Citrini-Beaulieu, Abel win silver

Jennifer Abel and Melissa Citrini-Beaulieu claimed Canada’s first medal at the world swimming with a silver in women’s synchronized diving. Citrini-Beaulieu of St-Constant, Que., and Abel of Laval, Que., finished with an inward 2-1/2 somersaults pike to complete with 323.43 points. “We stayed focused, in the end I knew we were on the podium but … [Read more…]

New Canadians lead the tennis push of the country

The drive of Canada is currently getting loads of help from places like Romania, Poland, Russia as well as Togo. By Milos Raonic to Eugenie Bouchard and Daniel Nestor, Canada has produced some players lately. with teens including FĂ©lix Auger-Aliassime Denis Shapovalov and Bianca Andreescu coming up the ranks, Canadian tennis’ future looks bright. Just … [Read more…]

Could password sharing that is streaming-app come to an end?

Over one-fifth of young adults that flow shows like Game of Thrones or Stranger Things borrow passwords from those who don’t reside with them, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, a finding that suggests networking businesses are missing out on significant revenue as digital viewership explodes. Twenty-one percent of streaming audiences between the ages of 24 … [Read more…]