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Keefe clears the air with Leafs ‘elite players’ – TSN.ca

TSN SportsCentre reporter Mark Masters reports on the Toronto Maple Leafs, who practiced at the Ford Performance Center on Wednesday before their game against the Dallas Stars on Thursday. After Monday’s 4-2 loss, Sheldon Keef he didn’t hold back when explaining how his talented group fell short against the rebuilding Arizona Coyotes. “The difference between …

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Private investors are pouring into oil and gas | OilPrice.com

In the past two years, Wall Street banks, exploration and production companies and investors have faced increasing pressure to divest from fossil fuels. Last year, Black Rock Inc. (NYSE:BLK), the world’s largest asset manager with $10 trillion in assets under management (AUM), shocked the fossil fuel sector after it promised to double down on climate …

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Live Stock Market News Updates: Stocks Fall, Yields Rise as Investors Analyze Corporate Earnings

US stocks snapped a winning streak to end a back-and-forth session lower on Wednesday, as the rally that started the week faltered despite better-than-feared earnings reports. The S&P 500 (^GSPC) sank 0.7% after the index gained more than 4% in the past two days, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) lost about 100 points, …

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Nine overreactions to the beginning of the NHL season – Sportsnet.ca

It’s justified and it’s annoying: Every time a hockey analyst, fan, or fan weighs in on something that’s happened in the NHL so far, it comes with the qualifier that “it’s early.” “It’s a small sample.” “It may not mean anything, but…” And of course, these things can No means anything. But in early November, …

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All the spooky details we know about Destiny 2’s 2022 Festival of the Lost

With Halloween approaching, fate 2 is getting in a spooky mood with its Festival of the Lost seasonal event. As it has in years past, Festival of the Lost 2022 brings the joy of candy and dress-up (of both the over-the-top variety and cheap cardboard) to Bungie’s MMO shooter. The event may not help you …

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“The Watcher” Family Reportedly Sold Their Story To Netflix For Big Money And Requested Two Changes

Lately, Netflix seems to be dominating the streaming charts when it comes to true crime and thriller TV series, with its latest show, The vigilantcontinuing the trend. Currently #1 on Netflix in the US as of today, The vigilant tells the true story of Nora and Dean Bannock, who move into their dream home in …

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Olympic gold medalist criticizes Hockey Canada for paying her $4K for post-concussion medical bills | CBC News

Olympic gold medalist Katie Weatherston says it was “unfair” for Hockey Canada to tell her she only had $4,000 available to cover medical expenses for an ongoing traumatic brain injury she sustained while playing for Team Canada. Now he is speaking publicly and questioning Hockey Canada’s priorities in light of recent reports that the organization …

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Apple’s new entry-level iPad just got more expensive

comment this story Comment Apple surprised many industry watchers by not raising the price of its latest iPhones this year. But almost everything feels at least a little more expensive lately with inflation. Are you surprised that your next tablet is also a bit more expensive? On Tuesday, the Cupertino, California-based company revealed a handful …

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Colts owner Jim Irsay believes “there’s merit in removing” Daniel Snyder as Commanders owner

Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said Tuesday that he believes “there is merit in removing” Daniel Snyder as owner of the Washington Commanders. Irsay, who spoke to reporters at the NFL’s fall league meeting in New York, is the first owner to publicly state this position. Snyder and the franchise he has owned since 1999 …

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