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Free-agency day looked a lot like trade-deadline day, with all seven Canadian teams in on the action. Toronto made the biggest splash yesterday, dealing Phil Kessel to Pittsburgh in a six-player, three-pick blockbuster. Montreal traded Brandon Prust to Vancouver for Zack Kassian. The Leafs also signed forwards Daniel Winnik, P-A Parenteau and Mark Arcobello and defenceman Matt Hunwick.

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The Edmonton Oilers signed the biggest July 1st contract giving defenceman Andrej Sekera 33-million dollars over six years. Calgary signed winger Michael Frolik away from Winnipeg for five years and 21.5 million dollars. The Jets will bring back forward Alexander Burmistrov from the K-H-L on a two-year deal.

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The Women's World Cup final is set. Japan downed England last night 2-1 to make it through the semifinals and into the gold medal match Sunday in Vancouver. It was a devastating finish for England when Laura Bassett scored an own goal in the 92nd minute to put the Japanese ahead. Japan will now play the U-S in a rematch of the 2011 final.

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Lefty Matt Boyd gets the ball as the Toronto Blue Jays wrap up a four-game set at the Rogers Centre tonight against the Boston Red Sox. After dropping the first two games of the series, Toronto's offence stormed back to life yesterday for an 11-2 victory. Boston will counter with left-hander Wade Miley.

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The Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Winnipeg Blue Bombers will kick off Week 2 of the C-F-L season at Investors Group Field. It's the home opener for the Bombers, who are coming off an opening-week win against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The Ti-Cats fell in Week 1 to the Calgary Stampeders.

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