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Kraken scratch Wennberg amid trade interest from Rangers, Avs, more

Seattle Kraken forward Alex Wennberg was held out of the team's morning skate and won't play Monday against the Calgary Flames due to "trade-related" issues, head coach Dave Hakstol announced. Wennberg is a pending unrestricted free agent, carrying a cap hit of $4.5 million on his expiring deal.

2015 AL MVP Donaldson announces retirement at 38

"The Bringer of Rain" is hanging them up. Josh Donaldson, the 2015 American League Most Valuable Player with the Toronto Blue Jays, announced his retirement on Sean Casey's The Mayor's Office podcast on Monday.

Predators, Novak agree to three-year extension

The Nashville Predators and forward Tommy Novak agreed to a three-year, $10.5 million contract extension on Monday.

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Clark passes Pistol Pete

'This was the biggest story in sports today': Creme puts Clark's feat into perspective

After passing Pete Maravich to set the all-time Division I scoring record Sunday, ESPN's Charlie Creme joins Kevin Connors to put into perspective how significant Caitlin Clark's accomplishment is.

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Must See: Iowa's Caitlin Clark passes Pete Maravich for Division I scoring record

In her last regular-season home game, Iowa Hawkeyes star Caitlin Clark hits a free throw just before the end of the half to pass LSU and NBA legend Pistol Pete" Maravich for the most points scored by a Division I basketball player, men's or women's.

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Must See: Clark becomes all-time NCAA scoring leader

Caitlin Clark needed 18 points to pass Pete Maravich for the most points scored by a Division I basketball player, men's or women's. She completed the task in the opening half from the free throw line against Ohio State.

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London Police confirm charges against five former WJC players

Carter Hart, Michael McLeod, Cal Foote, Dillon Dube and Alex Formenton have each been charged with one count of sexual assault, with McLeod also facing an additional charge, the London Police Service confirmed Monday.

London Police chief apologizes to alleged victim for length of WJC team investigation

Nearly six years after a woman alleged she had been sexually assaulted by five then-members of Canada's World Junior hockey team, the police chief of a southwestern Ontario city offered an apology for how long it had taken for charges to be laid in the case.

Defence attorney Alison Craig reacts to London Police news conference, and outlines possible timeline ahead

Defence attorney Alison Craig shares her takeaways from Monday’s London Police update, including the apology from Police Chief Thai Truong to the alleged victim and her family.

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