Jets agree to terms with Frolik on one-year, $3.3M deal
The Winnipeg Jets announced Tuesday that the team has agreed to terms with winger Michael Frolik on a one-year contract worth $3.3 million, avoiding salary arbitration. Both sides were scheduled to meet for their arbitration hearing on Thursday. Frolik, 26, scored 15 goals and 42 points with the Jets last season. Full Story.(Photo: Marianne Helm/Getty Images)
Carolina Hurricanes centre Eric Staal underwent surgery to repair a core muscle injury suffered during off-season training. The team added that Staal is expected to return in time for training camp and be ready for the start of the regular season. Full Story.
The Toronto Blue Jays are leaning on a young arm during their chase for the American League East title. The Blue Jays hope that Marcus Stroman's second career start versus the Boston Red Sox is as good as his first with the clubs set to resume a three-game series on Tuesday evening. Full Story.
After fire destroyed their coaches' offices in 2011, the Toronto Argonauts have had to adapt to many changes. The team has done a great job of eliminating distractions and focusing on what they can control which should pay off this season. More...
Sixteen years ago, Tim Clark won the first title of his professional career on Canadian soil. On Sunday, Clark came full circle, capturing the RBC Canadian Open. More...
Canada's largest private-sector union is scheduled to meet with Ontario's minister of labour to discuss the working conditions faced in the Canadian Hockey League by its 1,700 mostly teenaged players. More...
Toronto FC lost its sixth game of the season Saturday, dropping a 2-1 decision to Sporting Kansas City. The game had many controversial incidents that, upon closer inspection, were not as controversial as many believed. More...
Toronto FC lose 2-1 to 10-man Sporting Kansas City on a night it was equally shocking more goals weren't scored and more players weren't sent off. Here are Gareth Wheeler's five thoughts on the game. More...
Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week, they discuss the NFL and Ray Rice, questionable coaching decisions, FIFA and the Baseball Hall of Fame. More...
The first game of Week 5 saw two unbeaten teams in Calgary at Edmonton and how the Stampeders won I have no idea. Edmonton dominated and Calgary survived. Yes, that is an ability and skill set. More...
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