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Nystrom looks forward to coaching U.S. Maccabiah teamAs the NHL trade deadline came and went on April 3, Dallas Stars forward Eric Nystrom was a little unsure of where he stood. A pending unrestricted...read more...
These diamonds will sparkle on the fieldWINNIPEG — Perhaps it took the perfect storm to add a Jewish flavour that might finally allow the Blue Jays to fly high after a 20-year absence...read more...
Bodybuilding legend Joe Weider dies at 93Joe Weider, who, with his brother Ben, built the biggest bodybuilding empire in the world, died March 23 at age 93 in Los Angeles. Weider, the...read more...
Usher and the Blue Raiders win Ontario championshipWhen Sage Usher enrolled at St. Michael’s College School a couple of years ago, he was a little unsure about the whole Jew-in-the-Roman-...read more...
Winnipeg welcomes young Israeli puckstersWINNIPEG — Mike Mazeika fondly remembers the road trips that he took as a professional hockey player. “As a hockey player, I made some of...read more...
Hockey Tournament supports people with developmental disabilitiesMore than 300 players recently participated in the third annual Joel Schwartz Memorial Hockey Tournament, which raised more than $150,000 for Joel...read more...
Annulation du match du F.C. Barcelona en IsraëlLe jeune romancier israélien Ron Leshem, auteur du best-seller Beaufort -livre traduit en 35 langues-, est un grand mordu de football -en Am...read more...
Maccabi Canada to field cricket team at summer gamesThere are some sports in the Maccabiah pantheon that Canadians excel at – think hockey, softball, baseball, even judo and tennis. But what...read more...
Fichman plays key role as Canada advances in Fed CupMIAMI — Sharon Fichman of Toronto led the way for Canada to advance in Fed Cup tennis play with three wins in singles and two in doubles...read more...
Players take different routes to NCAA Division 1 teamsTwo young hockey players are taking substantially different paths to Division 1 hockey careers in NCAA schools Daniel Leavens will be the first to...read more...

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