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Despite loss to Sweden, Jacobs' rink secures playoff berth - Globe and Mail

Despite loss to Sweden, Jacobs' rink secures playoff berth - Globe and Mail | Hockey Talk | Scoop.it
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Despite loss to Sweden, Jacobs' rink secures playoff berth
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If Canada is going to capture a fourth consecutive world men's curling title, Brad Jacobs will have to do it the hard way.
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NHL lockout: Global soccer's transfer system a solution for hockey stability - SportingNews.com

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NHL lockout: Global soccer's transfer system a solution for hockey stabilitySportingNews.comOn Mondays during the NHL lockout, Sporting News will present radical—and, in most cases improbable—proposals designed to get the league back on track and...

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Canadians Buying More Sex Toys Due To Lack Of Hockey, Retailers Say

Canadians Buying More Sex Toys Due To Lack Of Hockey, Retailers Say | Hockey Talk | Scoop.it
Ohhhhh, Canada! Sex toy retailers in Alberta, Canada say that business has been buzzing this autumn, and they think they know why: The NHL lockout.

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Girl fighting to stay on boys high school hockey team in N.H. | SeacoastOnline.com

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — When there was no girls hockey team, Shelby Herrington was allowed to play on the boys team at a New Hampshire high school.

Herrington, a junior at Bishop Brady High School in Concord, is now fighting a decision that says she needs to join a new girls team formed by her school and another one.

The New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association made the decision. Its attorney, Michael Callahan, said allowing girls to play for the boys teams would weaken the girls program.

Herrington’s parents filed a lawsuit in Merrimack County Superior Court petitioning a judge to let their daughter keep playing on the boys’ team.

A ruling is expected by Dec. 19.
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