Tuesday , January 19 2021

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NFL | Patrick Mahomes’ state of health improves

It is still too early to know if Patrick Mahomes will be able to face the Buffalo Bills in the American Conference Finals on Sunday night (6:40 p.m.), but the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback’s condition has deteriorated. is improved. That’s what ESPN’s Adam Shefter reported on Tuesday afternoon. Mahomes left …

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Chiefs | Chad Henne had his heyday

(Kansas City) The 35-year-old veteran quarterback who made two courageous plays in the closing minutes of a game and helped the Kansas City Chiefs advance to the American Association Championship game is aware of the luck he had to be part of the starting lineup. Chad Henne spent nearly a …

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Patience rewarded

Marie-Ève Dicaire’s patience was strained during the negotiations for the organization of her unification fight against Claressa Shields. The same goes for its promoter Yvon Michel. • Read also: The light at the end of the tunnel In recent weeks, the GYM boss has come a hair’s breadth away from …

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Rhian Wilkinson leaves for England

Having recently left Soccer Canada, Quebecer Rhian Wilkinson joins the coaching staff of the British women’s soccer team, where she will also find an old accomplice. “I am extremely grateful to have the opportunity to work with such a talented group of players and coaches,” Wilkinson said Tuesday in a …

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Women’s soccer | Rhian Wilkinson joins England squad

Former Quebec soccer player Rhian Wilkinson is joining the coaching staff of the England women’s soccer team, the organization said in a press release Tuesday morning. Wilkinson and Norwegian midfielder Hege Riise have each agreed to short-term contracts, “the Lionesses”, the nickname for England’s national women’s soccer team, said. “I …

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CF Montreal | Logos that leave no ice

Philippe Deschênes has been a fan of CF Montreal for fifteen years. His job: self-employed graphic designer. When he saw the new team logo on Thursday, he was disappointed. The next afternoon, for fun, he posted his own creation on his Twitter account with the message: “I had some free …

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Clotaire Rapaille and the mohawk

Justin Kingsley is still not Clotaire Rapaille in sad memory. Rapaille, a marketing raptor, had managed to entuber Régis Labeaume and was to revolutionize the image of Quebec. He left with his money, but rolled in molasses and feathers. • Read also: Kovalev, Hopkins, Pascal and doping So Justin Kingsley, …

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Analysis | Sometimes plans work

(EDMONTON) Before, it was the “five-year plan” of Pierre Boivin and Pierre Gauthier, which never seemed to succeed. Then there were Marc Bergevin’s “plans”, plans of which we never really knew the outlines and which hardly impressed the gallery when he ended up unveiling them. It reached the point where …

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Blues win 5-4 against Sharks

(St. Louis) Jordan Kyrou broke the deadlock halfway through the third period and the St. Louis Blues came in from behind to beat the San Jose Sharks 5-4 on Monday night. Mike Hoffman scored his first goal for the Blues, who beat the Sharks for the fourth straight time at …

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A real tour de force

Two wins against the Oilers in Edmonton. Who would’ve believed that? Not many people if we trust the listeners who made a phone call to friend Jérémie Rainville, at Bonsoir les Sportifs, Friday evening. • Read also: Perfect in Edmonton • Read also: “We play like a team, like a …

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[EN DIRECT] Canadian 2 – Oilers 0

Goalkeeper Jake Allen will make his first start with the Montreal Canadiens on Monday, in the team’s second straight game against the Edmonton Oilers. SUMMARY 3rd period 01:47 Alexander Romanov names Connor McDavid. 00:01 – Phillip Danault steals the puck from Kyle Turris in the face-off circle. 00:00 – Beginning …

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Sabers beat Flyers 6-1

(Philadelphia) Sam Reinhart and Curtis Lazar both scored twice, and the Buffalo Sabers crushed the Philadelphia Flyers 6-1 on Monday night. Carter Hutton stopped 21 shots in the rather quiet game for the Flyers, who had scored 11 goals in their first two games of the season. Nicolas Aubé-Kubel prevented …

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