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Corporate Teams with the Calgary Sport & Social Club

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Rangers hire Boston University's David Quinn as head coach

CBC Sports - 7 hours 26 min ago

The New York Rangers have hired Boston University's David Quinn as their new head coach.

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Flames centre Backlund basking in golden moment with Team Sweden

Calgary Sun - 8 hours 49 min ago

The ‘C’ stitched over his heart on his national-team uniform, a gold medal dangling around his neck.

Mikael Backlund couldn’t have scripted it any better.

The Calgary Flames centre capped an otherwise frustrating campaign by captaining Sweden to a perfect record, a trophy presentation and an anthem-singing celebration at the 2018 IIHF World Championship in Denmark.

“I always dreamed of winning gold for Team Sweden, but I don’t think I ever could imagine being captain,” Backlund said. “It’s amazing, an unbelievable feeling. I was very proud of the guys that we got to raise the trophy. And to be the leader of the team, it was a new experience for me, but I enjoyed it from Day 1.

“I’m so happy they gave me the ‘C.’ It’s been so much fun and such an honour to be the captain. I thanked the coach and all that, and they all seem pretty happy.”

They should be.

Thanks to their 3-2 shootout triumph over Switzerland in Sunday’s gold-medal showdown in Copenhagen, the Swedes repeated as world champs for the first time since 1991-92.

Switzerland’s Leonardo Genoni vies with Sweden’s Mikael Backlund during the group A match Switzerland vs Sweden of the 2018 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. Helmut Fohringer /Getty Images

Backlund, who had to decline his invite to worlds last spring due to a back injury, finally added a golden showpiece to a collection of keepsakes that includes three silvers and four bronze.

“I played my first international game at Under-18s. In 2007, got my first bronze” Backlund said. “So it’s been a lot of tournaments, a lot of games, without a gold, and it feels amazing to finally have it.

“We’re still looking at pictures and video clips and all that and trying to take it all in. And talking to a lot of people, it seems family and friends are all excited for you, and that kind of brings the memories back. It was a surreal feeling, an unbelievable feeling to be a part of it.”

The 29-year-old Backlund was a big part of it.

He totalled two goals and seven assists in 10 tournament outings, including a hat-trick of helpers in a semifinal shellacking of Johnny Gaudreau and Team USA.

Keith Kinkaid, left, and Charlie McAvoy, right, of the United States, fall attempting to block Sweden’s Mikael Backlund, top, during the Ice Hockey World Championships semifinal match between Sweden and the United States at the Royal arena in Copenhagen, Denmark, Saturday, May 19, 2018.

The coaching staff for each team is asked to single out their top three performers at the event, and Backlund was among Sweden’s selections, sharing that praise with blueliners Adam Larsson (Edmonton Oilers) and Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Arizona Coyotes).

With just 28 seconds left in four-on-four overtime in Sunday’s gold-medal nail-biter, No. 11 was tabbed for a crucial defensive-zone faceoff.

And there was that letter on his chest, something the Flames’ shutdown centre did feel the weight of during the knockout stage.

“A couple of games, it was really tough for me — the quarterfinal (against Latvia) and the final,” admitted Backlund, who has only occasionally sported an ‘A’ in Calgary in the case of injury to one of the other leaders. “Those were big games and games that we were supposed to win, against teams that were on paper not as good as us. And they were playoff games — just one game, you win or lose. So those games were really nerve-wracking for me, especially because I was captain. It made it extra hard. But after the first periods in both games, I felt better and better.

“Against the U.S., too, in the semis, but I felt that game, it was equal teams almost,” he added. “Being the captain, if we lose in the quarterfinals, you know I was going to be the guy to take all the responsibility for us losing in the quarters. If we lost in the final, I knew I was going to be the guy who lost again and got another silver medal and lost to Switzerland with that great team we had.

“So I’m very happy and also relieved that we won everything. And it’s pretty cool that we went perfect in the tournament, too.”

Pretty cool, indeed.

Backlund is still bummed about missing the Stanley Cup playoffs, but 2018 has nonetheless been a special year.

He signed a six-year contract extension with the Flames.

He’ll marry his sweetheart, Frida, in mid-August.

He captained his country to a golden moment.

“It was good timing, too in my career — it was a tough season in Calgary, personally and for the team, and I said I wanted to finish up on a better note, and we definitely did,” said Backlund, who registered 14 goals, 45 points and an ugly minus-21 rating in 82 skates for the Flames this past winter. “I’m definitely going to bring this with me next year into Calgary, all these positives and all the lessons I’ve learned.

“When playoff time comes around next year, hopefully, we’ll be there. And I’ve played in these big games, and I’ve played in these big games being the leader, too, which for my career is going to be a great experience. I just feel learning how to handle being one of the top leaders on a team, it’s definitely going to help me in the future.”

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NFL owners adopt new anthem policy requiring players to stand on field

CBC Sports - 8 hours 55 min ago

NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests, permitting players to stay in the locker-room during The Star-Spangled Banner, but requiring them to stand if they come to the field.

Guest Column: Bill C-48 is another brickbat for Alberta’s oilsands

Calgary Sun - 9 hours 15 min ago

While the war of words — and legal action — escalates between Alberta and British Columbia, Bill C-48, which indefinitely bans most oil tankers loading or unloading anywhere on B.C.’s north coast, had its third reading in Parliament earlier this month, and if approved in the Senate, will become law.

The bill erects yet another barrier to exporting Canadian oil to markets in Asia, where that oil can command a significantly higher price than it does today when sold in a glutted (and shrinking) American market.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his ministers frequently invoke science when justifying environmental policies.

The prime minister even sat down for an interview with Bill Nye (“The Science Guy”) who lectured him on the need to terminate Alberta oilsands production and stop pipeline construction.

The new Canadian Environmental Assessment process, ushered in by the Trudeau government, claims it will use the “best available science” in its decision-making.

But it’s hard to see how anyone can justify, based on “the science,” Bill C-48’s tanker moratorium, because any review of the actual data on tanker safety would dispel the idea that this policy is evidence-based.

In 2015, a Fraser Institute study found that moving oil by tankers is not only safe but that the safety of this transportation mode has increased even as greater quantities of oil are transported by sea.

Canada, in particular, has a superb record of tanker safety.

According to Transport Canada, there has only been one major oil spill in the last 20 years off Canada’s West Coast, and it did not involve an oil tanker. (The Queen of the North ferry sank with 240 tonnes of oil on board.)

The trend for tanker safety is also very good.

In the 1970s, there were on average 24.5 large spills (more than 700 tonnes) per year worldwide, compared to an average of only two large spills per year in the first four years of the 2010s. The trend for medium sized spills (7 to 700 tonnes) also declined significantly, from an average of 54.3 spills per year in the 1970s to an average of five per year during the first part of the 2010s.

In addition, of all the oil spilled at sea from 1970 to 2009, 56% was spilled in the 1970s, 20.5% in the 1980s, 19.8% 1990s and only 3.7% in the 2000s.

And remember, these reductions in accidents and amount of oil spilled each year coincide with increased amounts of oil shipped by sea. In 1970, 1,207 million tonnes of loaded crude oil was transported by sea compared to an estimated 1,710 million tonnes in 2014.

The data is clear: we can (and do) transport oil safely by tankers — even as we increase the amount of oil we ship.

The International Energy Agency projects that Asia’s demand for oil will increase from 4.7 million barrels per day today to an estimated 6.6 million barrels per day in 2040.

Without access to the Asian market, Canada will miss out on the economic prosperity intrinsic to supplying those markets with oil produced in a country with some of the world’s best environmental protections.

Imposing a moratorium on oil tanker traffic off B.C.’s coast ignores the evidence about the safety of transporting oil by sea.

This ban will stifle Canada’s ability to realize the economic benefits of exporting our resources to where there’s greatest demand.

Kenneth Green is senior director of natural resource studies at the Fraser Institute.

Defending champion McCarron books tee-time for Shaw Charity Classic

Calgary Sun - 9 hours 17 min ago

For Scott McCarron, this was a scheduling no-brainer.                     

Shaw Charity Classic organizers made official Wednesday what was never in doubt for the 52-year-old birdie-machine — that the defending tournament champion will be back later this summer to shoot for a repeat performance at Canyon Meadows Golf & Country Club.

“There’s really no pressure. Pressure is just what you put on yourself,” McCarron reasoned after booking a return trip to Calgary for what will be the sixth instalment of the PGA Tour Champions showdown. “It’s more just that you have a lot of good feelings and good memories when you go back to a golf course that you’ve won at.

“Of course you want to play well and try to defend your championship, but more than anything, you just feel good and you feel comfortable on a golf course that you’ve played well on.”

McCarron often jokes he is “half-Canadian on the good side” because his mother hails from Kaslo, B.C., and he certainly seemed right at home last summer on the fairways and greens at Canyon Meadows, sizzling to a three-round score of 16-under 194 to claim the title at the fifth-anniversary instalment of the Shaw Charity Classic.

“It was just really exciting to win up there in Canada, to win the Shaw Charity Classic,” McCarron said. “It’s such a great event — so many people come out to support us, and they raise so much money for local charities, and Shaw is just a phenomenal sponsor.

“And that golf course sets up really good for my eye. There’s a lot of tree-lined holes that make you move the ball left-to-right and right-to-left so the shots are kind of prescribed for you, which I like. It’s kind of an old-school type of course.

“It was one of those golf courses where it seemed like I was able to read putts well, and it just went my way that week. Hopefully, we can repeat it again this coming year.”

PGA Golfer Scott McCarron was the winner during the final round of the 2017 Shaw Charity Classic at Canyon Meadows Golf Club on Sunday, September 3, 2017. Darren Makowichuk/Postmedia

The Shaw Charity Classic always seems to deliver a star-studded field, and executive director Sean Van Kesteren and his staff — they’ve raised a record-shattering $22.1 million for youth-based organizations in five years so far — expect to continue that tradition as excitement builds toward the Aug. 31-Sept. 2 shootout at Canyon Meadows.

You can bet the always-interesting Miguel Angel Jimenez, runner-up to McCarron last summer, will be high on their wish-list. The Mechanic claimed his first major crown this past weekend at the Regions Tradition on the PGA Tour Champions.

Fred Couples has vowed in the past that he would play the Shaw Charity Classic every year as long as his back cooperates, but the fan favourite and past champion hasn’t teed it up since the Masters and his upcoming schedule is uncertain. Couples was one of six World Golf Hall of Fame inductees on the tournament tee-sheet in 2017, a list that also featured Nick Faldo, Bernhard Langer, Jose Maria Olazabal, Mark O’Meara and Vijay Singh.

Steve Stricker, who won a dozen PGA Tour titles and climbed as high as No. 2 in the world golf rankings, is now competing occasionally on the senior circuit and would certainly be a big-name addition among potential first-timers.

“We are committed to ensuring golf fans in Calgary will have the opportunity to watch another world-class field this summer,” Van Kesteren said in Wednesday’s announcement. “We look forward to rolling those names out in the coming weeks, but I can’t think of a better person to welcome back to Calgary first than one of the top competitors on tour right now in Scott McCarron.”

A resident of La Quinta, Calif., McCarron was a three-time winner during his days on the PGA Tour. He has already collected twice that many trophies since joining the fellas on the 50-and-over loop.

He triumphed four times in 2017, including the white-hat treatment to cap that special week at Canyon Meadows. 

“It’s just been building,” McCarron said. “I’m comfortable out here, and I’m having a lot of fun playing with the guys that I’ve been playing golf against for 20-some years.

“And I still have the same feelings trying to win an event on the PGA Tour Champions as I did on the PGA Tour. I just pinch myself that I’m 52 and I still get to play the sport I love for a living.”

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Hosting fee causing high Memorial Cup ticket prices, low attendance

CBC Sports - 9 hours 56 min ago

The organizing committee chair for the 100th Memorial Cup says that a high fee to host the tournament has caused increased ticket prices and impacted attendance.

Canada Basketball president/CEO Michele O'Keefe steps down

CBC Sports - 10 hours 13 min ago

The organization announced Wednesday that Michele O'Keefe is stepping down from her role as president/CEO on June 30. O'Keefe has accepted a position as associate director, athletics and recreation in her hometown of Welland, Ont.

Michael Phelps hopes to reduce stigma around mental health

CBC Sports - 10 hours 43 min ago

After revealing the depths of his depression — and even thoughts of suicide after his second drunken-driving arrest — Michael Phelps is hoping to make a difference for those who are dealing with similar issues.

U.S. seeking extradition of Calgary man convicted in Canada of luring Virginia girl over the internet

Calgary Sun - 11 hours 41 min ago

Convicted Calgary child lurer Robert James Tyndall has been granted bail pending a hearing to determine if he’ll be extradited to the U.S. on similar allegations.

Justice David Gates on Tuesday agreed with defence lawyer Sarah Rankin that there was no reason to keep Tyndall behind bars pending his extradition hearing.

Federal Department of Justice lawyer Olivia Furlong had asked on behalf of the State of Pennsylvania that Tyndall be detained pending the outcome of the application.

A date for that hearing has not yet been set.

At Rankin’s request, Gates imposed a publication ban on details of the allegations against Tyndall on the U.S. charge.

Tyndall is accused in Pennsylvania of the equivalent of the Canadian charge of using the internet to lure a minor for the purpose of a sexual offence.

The U.S. federal statute carries a minimum punishment of 10 years in prison and a maximum of life.

He is currently on parole from a 3-1/2-year sentence he was handed in November 2015, on charges of possession of child pornography and internet luring, after admitting contacting a nine-year-old girl in Virginia.

In March 2015, Tyndall pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography and using a telecommunications device to lure a minor to commit a sexual offence.

According to a statement of agreed facts made an exhibit at the time, police were first notified when the grandmother of a nine-year-old girl saw an inappropriate text on her granddaughter’s cellphone.

“The text message said ‘let’s f—,’ ” the court exhibit said.

The grandmother “did not know who sent the text message and contacted the police.”

Police then interviewed the girl, who told an officer she’d been communicating with a man going by “Rob Williams,” and “they would only talk about ‘nasty stuff.’ ”

Police were able to trace the communications to Tyndall’s then-Airdrie residence.

There they seized a computer, hard drives and optical disks containing child pornography.

Among the items found were two child pornography videos of the girl in files named “sexey vid for rob.”

In all, 837 videos and 11,367 images of child pornography were discovered.

Tyndall was arrested on the U.S. allegation on April 12.

Among the conditions of his bail are that his wife post a non-cash surety of $2,500 and that he live at their southwest Calgary home.

Tyndall must also abide by an 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew and is prohibited from applying for a passport.

He returns to court June 1.

KMartin@postmedia.com

On Twitter: @KMartinCourts

Japanese swimmer denies doping charges

CBC Sports - 11 hours 48 min ago

An OIympic swimmer from Japan has denied taking a banned substance following an announcement that he failed a doping test. The International Swimming Federation handed Junya Koga a provisional suspension, and he has been pulled from Japan's team for this year's Asian Games in Jakarta.

One dead, another seriously injured after pedestrians struck in Calgary crosswalk

Calgary Sun - 12 hours 7 min ago

One person was killed and another was sent to hospital in life-threatening condition after a pickup truck struck two people at a crosswalk in southeast Calgary on Tuesday morning.

Police were called to 97th Avenue S.E. and Acadia Drive just before 11 a.m. 

A witness that arrived shortly after the accident described the victims as grandmother and granddaughter, but police were unable to confirm that relationship.

AHS says the deceased woman was elderly, while the injured woman was in her early 20s. 

Traffic investigators at the intersection of 97th Avenue S.W. and Acadia Drive.

Police say the driver of the truck remained at the scene of the collision. 

The Calgary police collision reconstruction unit says the intersection would remain closed during the investigation.

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Francis: Tragic accidents link former Flames Regehr with Humboldt crash survivor Straschnitzki

Calgary Sun - 12 hours 52 min ago

Two bright headlights positioned an arm’s-length away from his face.

That’s the last image Robyn Regehr had before impact, and the first thing he saw every time he closed his eyes for weeks on end.

It has been 19 years since a late-evening drive to his childhood home in Rosthern, Sask. with his older brother and two friends ended in tragedy, when an oncoming car swung onto his side of the highway for a deadly head-on collision at high speed.

When he came to, Regehr remembers the smell of oil and gasoline that prompted his older brother, Dinho, to quickly rip open the driver’s-side door to extract Regehr.

Unaware he had multiple fractures in his left leg and a puncture wound in his right, Regehr’s legs immediately buckled, sending the 19-year-old junior star tumbling into a ditch. Those first on scene that grizzly July 4, 1999, met him there to pile jackets and blankets on the youngster who shivered uncontrollably as he went into shock.

Regehr would later find out the two young men sitting in the front of the other vehicle were dead. The two girls in the back of his car were injured but survived.

It’s a far cry from the horror Airdrie’s Ryan Straschnitzki and the other survivors of the Humboldt Broncos crash endured April 6.

After all, a remarkable four months later, Regehr made his NHL debut.

In that same amount of time, 19-year-old Straschnitzki is hoping to end his lengthy hospital stay to start adapting to daily life as a paraplegic, as he still has no feeling below his chest.

But like everyone else in Canada, Regehr and his wife, Kristina, simply want to do whatever they can to help.

Last week, the Saskatchewan-born couple put together a care package with the help of their two young sons and went to visit Straschnitzki at Foothills Medical Centre.

Delighted by the 90-minute diversion, Straschnitzki had plenty of questions for the fellow defenceman he grew up watching with the Calgary Flames. Who was the NHL’s best chirper, biggest rat and the hardest player to play against?

Regehr also had plenty of questions, with one in particular weighing on his mind: How is this 19-year-old coping?

After all, Regehr recalls a period following his crash where he leaned heavily on others to help him cope with the type of post-trauma questions, such as why did I survive?

And when will visions of the headlights go away?

“I’m not really having nightmares, but I do kind of think about it sometimes,” said Straschnitzki of the scene he witnessed following the team’s bus crash north of Tisdale, Sask, that killed 16.

“I can relate to him at some levels – he told me what he did to deal with it, and it was real nice to talk to him. He told me great stories. Visitors are so uplifting, and show the support we’re all getting, they’re really important in the recovery process.”

The way Regehr remembers it, having that support around is key.

“For me, there was a period of dealing more with the emotional and psychological issues of running through different scenarios in my mind – why did this happen and how could we have avoided it?” said Regehr, 38.

“That led to some pretty tough times and some very serious things that I had to go through. I talked to him a little bit about my personal experience that way.

“I’m not an expert on these things, but I did go through some of these things, and it leads to emotional swings, and you need to have a good support network. I was fortunate to have the that around me.”

If there was a message the retired 15-year NHLer wanted to deliver, it revolved around leaning on others for help.

“As Ryan and I were chatting, I said, ‘If there’s anything you’d like to talk about – hard or easy, or whether it’s life or hockey – don’t be hesitant to talk to people who you have a connection to.’ I really think it’s the most important thing. He seemed OK with that. He has lots of people around, and his mom and dad are taking shifts to be with him. I think that’s really helping.”

A who’s who of Canadian sport has dropped by to see Straschnitzki since the accident, offering anything they possibly can to put a smile on his face in the aftermath of a tragedy that rocked the nation.

Bless every one of them.

“I wanted to share my personal experience, support him and offer to make myself available any time he wants to chat about anything,” said Regehr of the impetus to visit.

“We want to support his caregivers too. His mom and dad are putting in a tremendous amount of work, so we wanted to help break up the day and chat a little.

“That tragedy hit very close to us. Kristina grew up half-an-hour away from that intersection, and I was involved in an accident like that. Also, as a player, I spent countless hours on buses. There are so many ways in which this tragedy hit home for us we just felt it was important to go give him our support.”

The parallels also include the fact both Regehr and Straschnitzki were immediately transferred to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon after their crashes.

The meeting ended with the Regehrs promising to return soon with something else.

“Banana bread,” said Regehr with a laugh, as Kristina added, “and meals.”

“He lit up when we mentioned bringing food. He’s done eating hospital food.”

Yet another thing Regehr can relate to.

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FREE Adults Co-Ed Outdoor Drop in Soccer on Saturdays @ 5pm in Calgary

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Saturday, June 23 at 5:00 PM

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