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Fans of the Canadian Women's Hockey League were treated to some great action at the East Bayfield Community Centre on Sunday as the Toronto Furies tangled with the Brampton Thunder. Toronto came away with a 4-1 win. After the game, some of the players took a moment with a long-time women's hockey supporter and former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion. From left are Furies goalie Sonja vander Blick, Thunder Courtney Birchard, McCallion, Fran Ryder and Furies captain Natalie Spooner.

Hurricane Hazel in Barrie

Fans of the Canadian Women's Hockey League were treated to some great action at the East Bayfield Community Centre on Sunday as the Toronto Furies tangled with the Brampton Thunder.

Dylan Strome was returned to the OHL by the Coyotes last week, making him elegible for the world junior hockey championship being hosted by Toronto and Montreal this year. (The Canadian Press/Hockey Canada Images/James Emery/Files)

Strome embracing leadership role

As the face of the Canada’s world junior team, Dylan Strome still flashes the odd grimace when he thinks about the twist his career has taken. And understandably so.

Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving

Treliving: We're not shopping Dougie

As his team wrapped up their first skate at the Scotiabank Saddledome since the completion of their six-game road trip, Brad Treliving addressed a handful of matters.

Maple Leafs players raise their sticks to salut the fans after beating the Predators at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016. (Ernest Doroszuk/Toronto Sun)

Leafs on a winning run at home

Watching the Leafs win six of eight at home, Tyler Bozak’s line get 11 points on Tuesday, with Mitch Marner zipping around, Frederik Andersen’s huge saves and the crowd lapping it all up, begs the question.

Sweden's Jimmie Ericsson (left) tries to slow down Canada's Jonathan Toews during the first period in the gold medal game at the Bolshoy Ice Dome at the Sochi Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on Feb. 23, 2014. (Al Charest/Postmedia/Files)

NHL GMs will address Olympic issues

Even with International Ice Hockey Federation president Rene Fasel claiming his organization is accruing enough money to cover insurance and travel costs for National Hockey League players to go to the 2018 Winter Olympics, there are some key questions that remain.

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