Sports

Leafs stay alive with 4-3 win over Bruins

Anderson makes 42 saves as Toronto beats Boston

Beal, Wall combine for 56 points Wizards dump Raptors

Washington beats Toronto 122-103; Raps still lead series 2-1

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Leafs’ Matthews has top-selling jersey, edging Crosby, McDavid: NHL

Austin Matthews jersey sales top Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby, Edmonton Oilers’ Connor McDavid

U.S. team wins BC Hockey League championship for first time in 39 years

B.C. players help the Wenatchee Wild defeat Prince George in best-of-seven series

Bruins beat Maple Leafs in Game 4 to grab 3-1 series lead

Marchand scores go-ahead goal as Boston dumps Toronto

WATCH: Mariners turn odd triple play, still lose to Astros

Houston pounds Seattle 9-2 in MLB action

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Judge homers, Robertson escapes jam to lift Yanks over Jays

New York beats Toronto 4-3

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Cowichan products lead the way at Hong Kong rugby 7s

A vow made nearly a decade ago came to fruition earlier this month

Lance Armstrong settles $100M lawsuit with U.S. government

Disgraced cyclist reached $5-million settlement with sponsor U.S. Postal Service

Cowichan Caps get two to close out Marcoux trade

The Caps acquired Ryan Moon and Daine Dubois from Trail to wrap up the transaction.

Olympic gold now official for B.C. weightlifter

Christine Girard’s bronze medal from 2012 Olympics upgraded to gold, IOC announces

Vancouver Whitecaps sign 16-year-old B.C. player

Grade 10 student from Langley joins MLS club

VIU’s national MVPs now chosen as Athletes of the Year

Volleyball player Mikayla Wagner and soccer player Shun Takano win athletic department’s top awards

Jets will play Game 5 without Morrissey

D-man suspended after cross-check to Minnesota’s Staal

Blue Jays pound Royals 15-5

Toronto sweeps MLB series with Kansas City

Sooke to host Western Canada’s first all-female boxing card

58 fighters from across North America to be featured at April 28 and 29 event

B.C. Lions urge high school students to make a difference

Johnson, Bucknor urge students to be More than a Bystander when it comes to violence against women