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Articles from December 16, 2015

2015-16 National Hockey League Three Stars of the Week
2015-16 National Hockey League Three Stars of the Week--TORONTO - The three stars of the week/month for the 2015-16 season as announced by the National Hockey League:STARS OF THE WEEKDec. 14First Star: Corey Crawford, G, Chicago Blackhawks; Second Star:...
2016 National Lacrosse League Regular-Season Schedule
2016 NLL Schedule--2016 NLL Schedule(All Times Eastern)Friday, Jan. 1Georgia at Colorado, 9:30 p.m.Saturday, Jan. 2 Saskatchewan at Calgary, 9 p.m.Saturday, Jan. 9Toronto at Georgia, 7:05 p.m.Calgary at Buffalo, 7:30 p.m.Colorado at Rochester, 7:30 p.m.New...
A Fashionable Force: 'Star Wars' Poised to Add to Franchise's Rich Costume Legacy
Will new 'Star Wars' be a fashionable force?--TORONTO - From Obi-Wan Kenobi's Jedi robes to Darth Vader's mask and Princess Leia's golden bikini, costumes featured in "Star Wars" are arguably as famous as the franchise's characters themselves.As "The...
American Sunbelt Feeling Chill from Low Loonie and Weakened Canadian Economy
Low loonie reducing travel to U.S. sunbelt--MONTREAL - The American sunbelt is expected to feel a chill this winter from Canada's weakened economy and a loonie that's lost more than a quarter of its value in the past couple of years.Overnight cross-border...
Ashley Madison Hack: Not the Wake-Up Call Some Expected, Experts Say
Little change after Ashley Madison hack--TORONTO - Far from the wake-up call some expected, the data breach that aired the personal dealings and financial information of Ashley Madison clients has yet to spur concrete changes in web security or the online...
Baloney Meter: Did the Government Restore Health Benefits to Syrian Refugees?
Baloney Meter: Syrian health benefits--OTTAWA - "We have fully restored the interim federal health program for our Syrian refugees who will soon be on their way to Canada. Both the basic benefits and the supplementary benefits will be available to all...
Blues Erase Two-Goal Deficit, Beat Jets 4-3 on Late Goal from Stastny
Stastny scores late, Blues beat Jets 4-3--WINNIPEG - Paul Stastny's winning goal was an example of how bounces sometimes go your way.The St. Louis forward lifted the Blues to a 4-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets Tuesday when his shot hit the post and...
Business News Advisory
Business News Advisory--WEDNESDAY, DEC. 16,2015BUSINESS NEWS ADVISORYHere are the CP Business Department's late plans for today. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Entries are subject to change as news develops. If you have any questions, please...
Canadian Fighters Set for UFC Assignments with Randa Markos Up First
Canadian fighters set for UFC assignments--TORONTO - Canadians Shane (Shaolin) Campbell and Sarah (Cheesecake) Moras have been added to the UFC's televised Fight Night card Feb. 21 in Pittsburgh.Campbell takes on lightweight James Krause while Moras...
Canadian Press Year-End Coverage Plans
Canadian Press year-end coverage plans--Here are The Canadian Press year-end coverage plans, subject to change. Questions can be directed to Andrea Baillie at 416-507-2162 or andrea.baillie(at)thecanadianpress.com.------MOVED MONDAY, DEC. 7:YEAR-TV-CBCIt's...
Canadian Runner Bishop Says She's Stronger for Troubles She, Coach Have Faced
Bishop's world silver capped rough season--WINDSOR, Ont. - Dennis Fairall isn't a big hugger.But after Melissa Bishop sprinted down the home stretch in the 800-metre semifinals at the world championships last August, obliterating the Canadian record...
Canadians Willing to Postpone Retirement to Help out Their Children
Canadians willing to postpone retirement--TORONTO - Half of Canadian parents say they would postpone retirement because of concerns about the financial future of their children.In a a new report from BMO Wealth Management, Canadian parents with children...
CBC's 'Canada Reads' Reveals Long List of 15 Titles
CBC's 'Canada Reads' reveals long list--TORONTO - Books by revered novelists including Lawrence Hill, Michael Crummey and Kate Pullinger are among those on the long list for CBC's 2016 "Canada Reads" competition.Hill is on the list with "The Illegal"...
CFL Puts Moratorium on Coaches Moves after Report Thorpe Bound for Edmonton
CFL puts moratorium on coaching moves--MONTREAL - The Canadian Football League placed a moratorium on the movement of coaches between teams on Wednesday after reports that Montreal Alouettes defensive co-ordinator Noel Thorpe agreed to join the Edmonton...
Chronology of Events in the Oland Trial
Chronology of events in the Oland trial--SAINT JOHN, N.B. - Prominent New Brunswick businessman Richard Oland was found dead in his Canterbury Street office in Saint John on July 7, 2011. His son, Dennis Oland, was arrested on Nov. 12, 2013. He has pleaded...
Clark Accepts Privacy Report Recommendations; B.C. to Stop Deleting Emails
Clark says triple deleting of emails will end--VICTORIA - Premier Christy Clark is promising to break down public-information barriers that successive Liberal governments have erected in British Columbia by allowing cabinet ministers and political appointees...
CP Rail Sweetens Norfolk Southern Takeover Offer with 'Insurance Policy'
CP Rail sweetens Norfolk Southern offer--CALGARY - Canadian Pacific Railway's chief executive says he's not averse to a bare-knuckle takeover brawl as the company enhanced its bid for Virginia-based Norfolk Southern with a variable payment that could...
Duffy's Testimony, Residency Comes under Prosecution Microscope
Duffy's testimony scrutinized by prosecution--OTTAWA - After six days of sharing career reminiscences and grievances about life in the Conservative fold, Sen. Mike Duffy on Wednesday faced the Crown's scrutiny of his version of events and of the particulars...
Editorial Exchange: Give Citizens a Voice in Electoral Reform
Editorial Exchange: Give citizens a voice in electoral reform--An editorial from the Hamilton Spectator, published Dec. 16:There is a serious disconnect in the Trudeau government's plan to make the recent federal election the last one to rely on first-past-the-post...
Editorial Exchange: In Paris, the World Vows to Turn the Page on Fossil Fuels
Editorial Exchange: In Paris, the world vows to turn the page on fossil fuels--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Dec. 14:Did the United Nations climate conference in Paris save the planet? Not by a long shot. We're still on track to see the...
Editorial Exchange: Mike Duffy Opens Dangerous Door by Taking Stand
Editorial Exchange: Mike Duffy opens dangerous door by taking stand--An editorial from the Charlottetown Guardian, published Dec. 15:If it moves, bill it. If it doesn't, claim it. It's a variation on the famous phrase used to describe the delayed election...
Editorial Exchange: Residential Schools Report Challenges Us All
Editorial Exchange: Residential schools report challenges us all--An editorial from the Toronto Star, published Dec. 15:Sphenia Jones is a survivor from the Haida Nation. As a child she was wrenched from her family on Haida Gwaii off British Columbia's...
Editorial Exchange: The World Agrees: We're in Trouble
Editorial Exchange: The world agrees: we're in trouble--An editorial from the Winnipeg Free Press, published Dec. 14:The climate accord signed in Paris on the weekend has rightly been described as a tipping point in the long-suffering debate on global...
Energy Company Fights Order over Chemically Tainted Alberta Dairy Farm
Energy company fights tainted farm order--An Alberta energy company is fighting an order to truck water to a family farm the company admits it has tainted with chemicals from its gas plant.Bonavista Energy (TSX:BNP) acknowledges it is the source of the...
Entertainment News as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, Dec. 16
Entertainment News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press entertainment department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
European Court Annuls Price-Fixing Case against Air Canada, Other Carriers
Air Canada wins price-fixing case in Europe--MONTREAL - A European Court has overturned a ruling against Air Canada and several other carriers that were fined about US$1.1 billion several years ago for allegedly fixing prices on international cargo shipments.The...
Feds Defend Request for Right-to-Die Time Extension, Call Opponents Naive
Feds defend call for right-to-die extension--OTTAWA - The Liberal government is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that those pushing for speedy implementation of right-to-die policies are strikingly naive about the legislative process.In a submission...
Five Key Moments from Oland Murder Trial
Five key moments from Oland murder trial--SAINT JOHN, N.B. - Five things to know about the trial of Dennis Oland, who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of his father, Richard Oland:1. The trial has heard that Richard Oland died in July...
Five to Watch: Canada's Technology Companies on the Rise Next Year
Rise of Canadian startups: Ones to watch--TORONTO - Canada's technology sector was a hotbed of activity this year as investors circled a new generation of startups in hopes of getting in early for the next rising star. The steep decline in crude oil...
Four to Watch: Canada's Technology Companies on the Rise Next Year
Rise of Canadian startups: Ones to watch--TORONTO - Canada's technology sector was a hotbed of activity this year as investors circled a new generation of startups in hopes of getting in early for the next rising star. The steep decline in crude oil...
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory as of 3 P.M. Wednesday, Dec. 16
Health-Lifestyles News Advisory--Good afternoon from the Canadian Press lifestyles department!Advisories will typically hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. ET and will also be sent to editors by email. If you'd like to be added to the email list please...
Isolated Reserve without Clean Water to Finally Get Its 'Freedom Road'
Isolated reserve to get its 'Freedom Road'--WINNIPEG - A reserve under one of the country's longest boil-water advisories is expected to get formal word Thursday that it will get a lifeline to the outside world after decades of living in virtual isolation.All...
Jurors Retire to Begin Deliberating Verdict at Oland Murder Trial
Jurors begin deliberating at Oland trial--SAINT JOHN, N.B. - The judge hearing the Dennis Oland murder trial in New Brunswick highlighted failings in the police investigation before sending jurors out Wednesday to begin deliberating a verdict.Justice...
Kassian Clears Waivers, Assigned to AHL after Leaving Rehab Program
Kassian clears waivers, sent to AHL--BROSSARD, Qc - Forward Zack Kassian, returning from a stint in substance abuse rehab, cleared waivers and was assigned to the St. John's IceCaps of the American Hockey League, the Montreal Canadiens announced Wednesday.There...
Landlord Group Says Manitoba Liberal Promise of Rent Freeze Ill-Informed
Manitoba Liberals promise rent freeze--WINNIPEG - Manitoba Liberal Leader Rana Bokhari promised Wednesday to freeze rents across the province for two years if her party wins the provincial election in April.Bokhari said a freeze would give renters a...
'Makes Me Feel Really Good:' Bob McLeod Wins Second Term as N.W.T Premier
McLeod wins second term as N.W.T. premier--YELLOWKNIFE - The Northwest Territories has its first two-term premier.Incumbent Bob McLeod will return to the job after winning a majority vote in the territorial legislature Wednesday under the rules of the...
Most Actively Traded Companies on the TSX
Most actively traded companies on the TSX--Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (13,166.08, up 246.51 points):First Quantum Minerals Ltd. (TSX:FM). Miner. Up 25 cents, or 6.61 per cent,...
Nearing Twilight of NHL Career, Sharks' Thornton Still Has Deep Love for Hockey
Love for hockey hasn't escaped Thornton--TORONTO - Joe Thornton no longer wears the "C" on his chest and can't pile up the points like he used. That hasn't stopped him from loving hockey.Thornton is 36, and his contract expires after the 2016-17 season....
New Corrections Training Facility to Open at RCMP Depot in Regina
New corrections training facility to open--REGINA - A new facility in Regina gives corrections workers a taste of life on the job.Housed at RCMP Depot division, the facility is where all new workers with Corrections Services Canada will come for training...
Olympic Bronze Medallist Jan Hudec out for Ski Season with Knee Injury
Hudec out for season with knee injury--CALGARY - Jan Hudec's ski racing season is over before it began.The Olympic bronze medallist in super-G in 2014 needs to treat and rehabilitate his problematic right knee.Hudec had surgery in January on a torn meniscus...
Ombudsman's Office to Increase Oversight of Province's City Councils
Ombudsman increasing oversight of city councils--TORONTO - Ontarians with complaints about services within their municipalities will soon have recourse to the province's chief watchdog.Acting Ombudsman Barbara Finlay says her office will have new powers...
Ontario Delays Ban on Electronic Cigarettes and Vaping Planned for Jan. 1, 2016
Ontario delays ban on vaping in public places--TORONTO - Ontario's Liberal government is delaying plans to ban vaping and the use of electronic cigarettes in public places.The ban on e-cigarettes in public spaces and workplaces was supposed to go into...
OPP Say Few Cases of Missing and Murdered Aboriginal People Remain Unsolved
Most murders of aboriginal people solved: OPP--TORONTO - An Ontario provincial police report on missing and murdered aboriginal people in their jurisdiction says very few cases remain unsolved.The report released Wednesday looked at all available information...
Ottawa to Host Canada's Camp as World Cup Preparations to Span Globe
Plenty of cities part of lead-up to World Cup--TORONTO - While Toronto will be the host of the World Cup of Hockey, plenty of other cities will get a chance to be part of the lead-up to the tournament.Canada will hold its training camp in Ottawa and...
Photo Advisory Addition
Photo advisory addition--The Canadian Press photo advisory addition for Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015. Entries with an estimated photo transmission time (EST) are staffed by The Canadian Press or Associated Press photographers.ADDITIONS: KITSILANO, B.C.--Minister...
Public Sector Workers in Nova Scotia Gather to Protest Wage-Limit Bill
Public sector workers protest wage bill--HALIFAX - About 300 placard-waving public sector workers rallied outside the Nova Scotia legislature on Wednesday to protest what one union has described as repressive legislation intended to impose a wage settlement...
Redblacks Extend Contracts of General Manager Desjardins and Head Coach Campbell
Desjardins and Campbell get extensions--OTTAWA - The Ottawa Redblacks signed general manager Marcel Desjardins and head coach Rick Campbell to multi-year contract extensions on Wednesday.Desjardins has served as architect of the CFL team since its inaugural...
Refugee Arrivals Set to Ramp Up to Average Two Planes a Day: Minister
Syrian arrivals set to ramp up: minister--OTTAWA - Multiple government flights of Syrian refugees will land daily in the final weeks of this month as the pace of the Liberals' resettlement program intensifies with a goal of bringing 10,000 people here...
'Rogue Lawyer' by John Grisham Tops Maclean's Fiction List
'Rogue Lawyer' tops Maclean's fiction list--Here are the top 10 hardcover fiction and non-fiction books in Canada for the week ending Dec. 13 as compiled by Maclean's magazine. The previous week's position is in parentheses.FICTION1. (1) Rogue Lawyer...
Rugby Star Harvey Impresses Soccer, CFL Players during Demonstration Event
Soccer, CFL stars impressed by rugby demonstration--MONTREAL - Canadian rugby star Magali Harvey got to show off her sport to some pro athletes on Wednesday and they came away impressed."This was the first time to learn the rules, the principles of passing...
Saskatchewan Premier Hopeful U.S. Meat-Labelling Law Will Be Repealed
Wall hopeful U.S. meat-labelling law will end--REGINA - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says proposed U.S. legislation that would repeal a meat-labelling law is great news.The province has long campaigned to get rid of mandatory country-of-origin labelling,...
Saving Them from 'Sin of Lust:' Mennonite Man Jailed for Child Assault
Mennonite sentenced in widespread assault case--MINNEDOSA, Man. - A man from an old-order Mennonite community in Manitoba has been sentenced to one year in jail after court heard children were beaten with leather straps and cattle prods to "save" them...
Shaw Communications Buying Wind Mobile in Deal Valued at $1.6 Billion
Shaw buying Wind Mobile for $1.6 billion--Shaw Communications (TSX:SJR.B) is making its long-anticipated foray into the wireless business by picking up Wind Mobile for $1.6 billion.The Calgary-based telecommunications company says it will acquire the...
Sparks to Start for Maple Leafs against Sharks as Bernier's Struggles Continue
Sparks gets next start in goal for Leafs--TORONTO - Garret Sparks is back in net for the Toronto Maple Leafs for a simple reason: he wins.Sparks will start for the Maple Leafs on Thursday night when Toronto hosts the San Jose Sharks with struggling Jonathan...
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Thursday, Dec. 17
The Canadian Press News Agenda for Dec. 17--EDITORS: Following is a list of news events for Thursday, Dec. 17 as of 9 p.m: x-denotes wire, y-denotes picture, z-denotes graphics coverage. Copy from other events based on merit and availability. All times...
The Collection Strikes Back: 'Star Wars' Fan Forced to Expand House for Hobby
'Star Wars' collector needed bigger house--MOOSE JAW, Sask. - When Ryan Johnson realized his collection of all things "Star Wars" was expanding like a supernova, he knew there was only one thing to do.Create a bigger universe.So Johnson built an addition...
Tolls Will Fund B.C.'S Largest Bridge to Replace Massey Tunnel: Minister
B.C. government reveals $3.5B plans for new bridge--RICHMOND, B.C. - User-pay tolls will be implemented to fund the replacement of the George Massey Tunnel with what will be British Columbia's largest bridge in history, Transportation Minister Todd Stone...
Top Atlantic News
Top Atlantic News--Here are the Top Atlantic News stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. AT. All times are local unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops. This advisory...
Top B.C. News as of 11 A.M
Top B.C. News--WEDNESDAY, Dec. 16B.C.-YUKON NEWS ADVISORYHere are the top B.C. and Yukon news stories from The Canadian Press as of 11 a.m. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops.COMING LATER:VANCOUVER...
Top Sports Advisory at 4 P.M. Wednesday, Dec. 16
Top Sports Advisory at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 16--Good afternoon from Canadian Press Sports!Advisories will hit the wire around 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. ET on weekdays and will also be sent to editors by email. On weekends, the advisories will move at 3 p.m....
Toronto FC Moves to Strengthen Leaky Backline with Signing of Veteran Drew Moor
Toronto FC moves to strengthen leaky backline--TORONTO - Toronto FC's defensive overhaul moved significantly forward Wednesday with the signing of veteran free agent Drew Moor.The 11-year MLS centre back, who had spent the last six-plus seasons in Colorado,...
Trade War with U.S. Likely Averted, but Canada Keeps Retaliation on the Table
Canada-U.S. trade war likely averted--A looming trade war between Canada and the U.S. over meat labelling moved closer to resolution Wednesday, but Ottawa is keeping the threat of retaliation on the table until there's a full surrender south of the border.Two...
'Tremendous Concern' for Canadian Pastor Sentenced to Life in North Korea
'Tremendous concern' for pastor in North Korea--TORONTO - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "tremendous concern" at the life sentence handed to a Canadian pastor in North Korea on Wednesday, saying consular officials would work to stand up for...
Trudeau Says He Can't Compel Pope to Apologize for Church's Residential Schools
Trudeau can't compel Pope apology on schools--OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confesses he can't compel an apology from the Pope for the role of the Catholic Church in Canada's residential school system.But Trudeau, unlike his predecessor in office,...
Trudeau Says New Star Wars Movie Will Make Viewers "Very, Very Happy"
PM says Star Wars movie as good as he hoped--OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is a self-confessed Star Wars geek and says fans are going to be very happy about the latest incarnation of the saga, which he saw Tuesday evening.At a Maclean's magazine...
Trudeau Says Vow to Balance Budget in Four Years Is 'Very' Cast in Stone
Balanced books 'very' cast in stone: Trudeau--OTTAWA - Even as the economic hurdles pile up, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau insists his pledge to balance the federal books in four years is "very" cast in stone.On top of the balanced budget, Trudeau told...
Trudeau Slams Politics of Fear as Ignorant, Irresponsible
Politics of fear irresponsible, Trudeau--OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is condemning fear-mongering by politicians, calling it ignorant and irresponsible.In a televised town hall meeting sponsored by Maclean's magazine, the prime minister was...
Trump: No Third-Party Run for Me
Trump: No third-party run for me--WASHINGTON - Donald Trump has explicitly ruled out running as an independent, downplaying the scare scenario for Republicans that he might split the party's support in next year's presidential election.He made the promise...
TSX Jumps, Loonie Drops after Fed Announcement; New York Posts Solid Gains
TSX jumps, loonie drops after Fed announcement--TORONTO - The TSX shot up by more than 200 points for the second straight day Wednesday as investors in search of a deal jumped back into the market after last week's slump and the U.S. Federal Reserve...
TSX Listed Corporate Dividends and Distributions Declared Dec. 16
TSX listed corporate dividends, distributions--Dividends or distributions were declared or updated on the following listed issues on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Dec. 16, 2015.<Thomson Reuters Corporation Fltg Rate Pr Ii (TSX:TRI.PR.B): $0.119096....
U of T Committee Recommends Going Ahead with Targeted Fossil Fuel Divestment
U of T committee says yes to partial divestment--TORONTO - An advisory committee at the University of Toronto has recommended a targeted divestment of some fossil fuel companies.Reporting to university president Meric Gertler, the committee said that...
U.S. Federal Reserve Hikes Interest Rates, but Canada Said Unlikely to Follow Suit
U.S. Fed finally hikes interest rates--TORONTO - The struggling Canadian dollar is expected to face more tough slogging ahead following Wednesday's decision by the Federal Reserve to begin raising interest rates south of the border, analysts say.The...
Valeant Says on Road to Recovery despite Cutting Forecasts for 2015
Valeant's outlook for the quarter, year and 2016 grows grim--Valeant Pharmaceuticals says it's on the road to recovery after taking big financial and PR hits from its association with a controversial U.S. mail-order pharmacy.The Quebec-based company...
Valeant under More Pressure to Provide Details, Witnesses about Pricing Activities
Valeant under more political pressure--Valeant Pharmaceuticals (TSX:VRX) is facing more pressure from a high ranking U.S. politician who says the company has obstructed a congressional investigation into drug pricing activities by failing to disclose...
Vancouver Coast Guard Base Closed by Past Conservative Government to Re-Open
Vancouver coast guard base to re-open: minister--VANCOUVER - A Vancouver coast guard base shuttered amid controversy by the former Conservative government will be re-opening.Fisheries Minister Hunter Tootoo toured the former Kitsilano coast guard station...
Vancouver Mayor Asks Developer to Dump Donald Trump's Name from City Tower
Vancouver mayor asks developer to dump Trump name--VANCOUVER - Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson is urging a developer to drop Donald Trump's name from a downtown tower project, saying the U.S. presidential hopeful's "hateful positions" have no place...
Vancouver to Host Two Regular-Season NCAA Division I Basketball Tournaments
Vancouver to host NCAA basketball tournaments--VANCOUVER - It's a phone call Brooks Downing remembers well.David Munro, a former official with the NBA's Vancouver Grizzlies, was on the line with an interesting question -- would he help bring a U.S. college...
What's Making News in Atlantic Canada
What's making news in Atlantic Canada--JUDGE ENTERS FINAL PHASE OF JURY INSTRUCTIONS IN OLAND MURDER TRIALThe judge in the Dennis Oland trial is delivering what's expected to be his final day of instructions to the jury.Oland has pleaded not guilty to...
WHL Roundup: Baillie Scores Three Times, Leads Rockets to 6-3 Win over Broncos
WHL Roundup: Rockets double up Broncos--SWIFT CURRENT, Sask. - Tyson Baillie added to his league-leading point toal with three goals as the Kelowna Rockets doubled up the Swift Current Broncos 6-3 on Tuesday in Western Hockey League action.Baillie now...
Wildlife Federations Supports Hunting Expo That Was Pulled from Hotel
Wildlife federation supports hunting expo--SASKATOON - The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation has waded into a debate over an African Hunting Expo that has been pulled from the calendar of a Saskatoon hotel.The expo by African Events Canada and African...
With Mason and Neuvirth, Flyers' Two-Headed Goalie Monster Is Working
Flyers' two-headed goalie monster is working--Michal Neuvirth is enjoying the best stretch of his goaltending career and leads the NHL in save percentage. Yet he remains the Philadelphia Flyers' backup goaltender.Steve Mason is the starter and could...
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