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Hoffman traded twice in one day after Karlsson allegations involving partner

by The Canadian Press
Ottawa Senators' Mike Hoffman (68) celebrates his power play goal with Erik Karlsson (65), of Sweden, during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Philadelphia Flyers in Philadelphia on April 2, 2016.

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Ten Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivors meet in Las Vegas for NHL awards Humboldt Broncos bus crash survivors Kaleb Dahlgren, left, and Jacob Wasserman are introduced as the heroes of the game prior to the Saskatchewan Rush taking on the Rochester Knighthawks in game three of the the National Lacrosse League finals in Saskatoon on June 9, 2018. Jun-19-2018
National sports organizations have to report allegations of abuse immediately Minister of Science, Sport and Persons with Disabilities Kirsty Duncan and Parliamentary Secretary for Sport and Persons with Disabilities Stephane Lauzon listen to questions from reporters during an announcement on the elimination of harassment, abuse and discrimination in sport in the Foyer of the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Jun-19-2018
Canadian soccer fans descend on bars and restaurants to watch World Cup A Russian fans celebrates after his team won the opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia during the 2018 soccer World Cup at the Luzhniki stadium in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, June 14, 2018. Jun-15-2018
Excitement, disappointment in B.C. as North America announced World Cup host Premier John Horgan attends a press conference in the press theatre at Legislature in Victoria, B.C., on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Jun-14-2018
At 45, El Hadary offers a World Cup tale of tenacity Egyptian national soccer team player and Liverpool's star striker Mohammed Salah, right, shares a laugh with goalkeeper Essam El Hadary during Egypt's final practice for the World Cup soccer tournament, at Cairo Stadium in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, June 9, 2018. Jun-14-2018
Toronto mayor says chance to co-host World Cup a 'good investment' Toronto mayor John Tory discusses the successful joint North American bid by Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to host the 2026 World Cup at a press conference in Toronto on Wednesday, June 13, 2018. Jun-13-2018
Washington honours Stanley Cup-champion Capitals with parade Washington Capitals left wing Alex Ovechkin, left, of Russia, and center Nicklas Backstrom, of Sweden, right, hold up the Stanley Cup as the Capitols arrive at Dulles International Airport in Sterling, Va., Friday, June 8, 2018, the day after defeating the Vegas Golden Knights in Game 5 of the NHL hockey Stanley Cup Finals. Jun-12-2018
Oakland again celebrates NBA champion Warriors Jose Gutierrez and his son Noah wait for the parade to start in honor of the NBA basketball champion Golden State Warriors, Tuesday, June 12, 2018, in Oakland, Calif. Jun-12-2018
Bryan Colangelo resigns as 76ers president FILE - In this May 11, 2018, file photo, Philadelphia 76ers President of Basketball Operations Bryan Colangelo speaks with members of the media during a news conference at the NBA basketball team's practice facility in Camden, N.J. Jun-07-2018
Father and son cross paths as track coaches Richmond Kajaks track coaches Byron and Moseley Jack will be front and centre at the B.C. elementaries May 25 to 27. May-16-2018
Tournament honours Cat South Delta Invaders overcame an early deficit to defeat Lakehill (Victoria) at the Cat Wheatley Memorial Tournament. May-10-2018
Sockeyes pin C on Brown Matt Brown with the Cyclone Taylor Cup, emblematic of Junior B hockey supremacy. May-08-2018
WHL teams give nod to Seafair Bantams in draft Three Seafair Islanders (Michael Abgrall, Jaden Uy and Joshua Wessels) were selected in today’s WHL Bantam Draft. Five of the 223 drafted overall are from Richmond, including Kayden Sadhra-Kang and Sammy May. May-03-2018
50th B.C. elementary track meet on tap A Dixon Dragon competed in the high jump at the 49th annual BC Elementary Track and Field Championships at Minoru Park. May-03-2018
Richmond Sports Awards recognizes excellence Longtime city parks co-ordinator Sammy Morizawa was honoured. May-02-2018
Panthers undefeated on softball diamond Richmond Panthers pitcher Taila Cranston closed out a 17-7 win over North Delta last weekend. Apr-20-2018
Steveston-London grad earns US hoops scholarship Surrounded by his parents, brother Faisal and high school coach Mike Stoneburgh, Steveston-London grad Fardaws Aimaq signs his letter of intent Monday afternoon to join the Mercer University Bears men's basketball team next season. Apr-16-2018
Sockeyes honoured to play for hometown team The two longest-serving Richmond Sockeyes Arjan Badh and Brett Gelz, hope to lead their team at the 2018 Cyclone Taylor Cup which the team is hosting Thursday through Sunday at Minoru Arenas. Apr-11-2018
Western title final chapter in Seafair story The Seafair Islanders won the Western Canadian Bantam AAA Hockey Championship Sunday in Kamloops. Apr-05-2018
Teamwork reflected at Ice Classic Richmond faced Washington in Novice Division play at the Ravens’ annual Ice Classic Female Hockey Tournament. Apr-04-2018
Jets soar to BC women's hockey title Kaarina Swinburnson of the Richmond Devils keeps her eye on the play during the BC Hockey women’s championship tournament last weekend at the Richmond Ice Centre. Apr-04-2018
Ravens' coach is also a Devil of a player Natalie Korenic will help anchor the Richmond Devils’ blueline at the senior AA provincial women’s hockey championships Thursday, March 29 to Sunday, April 1 at the Richmond Ice Centre. Mar-27-2018
Rogers keeps on breaking records Camryn Rogers (with Richmond Kajaks coach Garrett Collier) broke her own Canadian record with a throw of 65 metres in the women’s hammer throw at the Pac-12/Big-10 Challenge Saturday in Tempe, Arizona. Mar-26-2018
Sockeyes forced to sit and wait Delta Ice Hawk Daniel Rubin battled fellow Richmondite—and Richmond Sockeye—Devon Vorster during the Tom Shaw Conference playoff final. The Ice Hawks won Game 5 by a 2-1 count Sunday to take the series in five games. Mar-12-2018
Graduates celebrate League Cup Richmond Graduates rejoice in their first Don Taylor League Cup title Sunday, after defeating West Coast FC 3-1 in the final. Mar-05-2018
Sockeyes look to rebound in Tunnel Series Richmond Sockeyes and Delta Ice Hawks resume their conference playoff final Tuesday in Ladner. Mar-05-2018
Richmond athletes shine at BC Games Special Olympics BC-Richmond athletes Nicky Chow, David Swan, Andrew Weale, Colin Yee, Brayden Pawer and Vincent Li celebrate after Vancouver Coastal-A’s gold-medal victory Sunday at the BC Winter Games in Kamloops. Feb-27-2018
Offensive juggernauts set to face off Richmond Sockeyes await the Delta Ice Hawks in the Pacific Junior Hockey League's Tom Shaw Conference final. Feb-27-2018
Sockeyes look to advance tonight Richmond Sockeyes can advance to the conference final with a win Thursday at Minoru Arenas. Feb-22-2018
McMath secures berth in B.C.’s McMath Wildcats have made it to the show, qualifying for the provincial AAA senior boys’ basketball championships March 7 to 10 at Langley Event Centre. Feb-22-2018
Sockeyes look to quiet Wolf Pack Richmond captain Tyler Andrews had a goal and an assist in the Sockeyes 8-4 win over Abbotsford Pilots Feb. 8 at Minoru Arenas. The Sockeyes begin their playoff quest Feb. 15 with a home game against North Vancouver Wolf Pack at 7 p.m. Feb-15-2018
Knights usher return of pro basketball Vancouver Knights guard Jamal Mullings defends against Yakima’s Jackson Trapp during the Knights’ home debut. Jan-31-2018
Sockeyes alumni give back $236,000 in scholarships Each Richmond Sockeye player is expected to sell at least 10 tickets to the annual alumni game to help support scholarships issued to graduating players each year. The current Pacific Junior Hockey League Sockeyes edged the alumni team 6-5 in overtime in the 2018 game Saturday at Minoru Arenas. Jan-24-2018
Fitness need not cost a lot Sharon Taylor at South Arm Community Centre. Jan-17-2018
Sockeyes stand out among all-stars Richmond Sockeyes scored seven goals in the Tom Shaw Conference's 14-3 win over the Harold Britain Conference in the PJHL all-star game Monday at Langley. Jan-17-2018
Winter Classic showcases PJHL hockey talent Richmond Sockeyes return to the players’ bench after scoring yet another goal. The team has won 11 games in a row as it prepares to face Grandview Steelers Friday, Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. at Minoru Arenas as part of the Pacific Junior Hockey League’s annual Winter Classic through Sunday, Jan. 7. Jan-03-2018
Hungary hoists Richmond hockey crown Mark Schlekmann (18) scored the OT winner as Hungary U16 blanked Moose Jaw Generals 1-0 to win the 2017 Richmond international Bantam Midget Hockey Tournament Midget Major Division title Sunday at Minoru Arenas. Jan-03-2018
Hungarian hockey team needs billets Hungary’s U16 national hockey team made quite an impression at last year’s annual Richmond International Bantam Midget Hockey Tournament. They’re back again this year, but in need of billet families. Dec-12-2017
Green signs in Maritimes Richmond’s Hannah Green will play hockey next season in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Dec-12-2017
Winners of five in a row, Sockeyes hosting Delta Thursday Defenceman Matt Brown picked up an assist in the Sockeyes’ 4-1 win over Ridge Meadows last week; their fifth victory in a row. Richmond will host rival Delta on Teddy Bear Toss Night this Thursday at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the 50/50 draw will go to the Richmond Christmas Fund. Dec-04-2017
Kajaks recognize excellence in athletes Camryn Rogers stood out in the throws circle in 2017, earning the Kajaks’ Cyrus McLean Award which recognizes the most outstanding performance by a club member. Dec-01-2017
McNair grad sets Guinness badminton record Jackson Zi Yi Yang juggled four shuttlecocks for more than four minutes. Dec-01-2017
RYBL: Hooked on hoops Tim Carkner (left), Chris Kennedy (centre) and Jessy Dhillon (right) are three of many volunteers dedicated to fostering a love for hoops through the Richmond Youth Basketball League. Nov-29-2017
Sports Wall of Fame inductees epitomize class Coaching inductee Glenn Kishi (second left) had lots of support from family and friends at the induction ceremony. Nov-28-2017
Sockeyes earn statement win at Delta Devon Vorster and his Richmond Sockeyes teammates celebrated a 3-0 victory over the Delta Ice Hawks Tuesday in Ladner. The Sockeyes host Port Moody Thursday at 7 p.m. at Minoru Arenas. Nov-15-2017
Sports Wall of Fame inductees epitomize class Olympic silver medal rower Darcy Marquardt is among the nine outstanding athletes, builders, coaches and officials who will be permanently inducted into the Richmond Sports Wall of Fame Saturday, Nov. 18 at Richmond City Hall. Nov-09-2017
Second-place showdown Thursday Seamus Collins and his Richmond Sockeyes’ teammates will be hoping for two points when they host the North Vancouver Wolf Pack Thursday at 7 p.m. at Minoru Arenas. Nov-07-2017
Sockeyes fighting cancer Richmond Sockeyes captain Tyler Andrews leads on and off the ice. Third in Pacific Junior Hockey League scoring with 30 points in 14 games, he is also spearheading his team’s fundraiser to further cancer research. Oct-31-2017
Low keeping the NHL dream alive Brayden Low (wearing the famous Chiefs’ jersey) played last season with the ECHL Rapid City Rush. This season, he’s suited up with the Quad City Mallards, an affiliate of the Vegas Golden Knights. Oct-24-2017
Sockeyes hit stride after flurry of deals Richmond Sockeyes’ coach Steve Robinson is encouraged by his team’s more-complete play of late. Oct-24-2017
Sockeyes bolster blueline; net pair of wins Cameron Kovesdi scored a goal in each of the Richmond Sockeyes’ wins this week. Oct-06-2017
Sockeyes seek second straight victory tonight Connor Alderson and his Richmond Sockeyes’ teammates celebrated a well-deserved 2-1 win over the Mission City Outlaws Thursday night at Minoru Arenas. Sep-29-2017
Canucks Stecher returns to his roots Vancouver Canucks defenceman Troy Stecher was one of three former Richmond Minor Hockey players (Kelly Sutherland and Trevor Hanson being the others) honoured by the association recently. Sep-27-2017
Sockeyes earn split in 48-hour span Devon Vorster (right) scored a late goal for the Richmond Sockeyes during a 5-2 loss to Delta Ice Hawks Thursday at Minoru Arenas. Sep-25-2017
Sockeyes urged to stay on course Richmond Sockeyes forward Brendan Marfleet fends off a Delta Ice Hawk during an exhibition season tilt. The two teams meet in an early Pacific Junior Hockey League regular-season game Thursday at 7 p.m. at Minoru Arenas. Sep-18-2017
Sockeyes open season with dramatic win Brett Gelz and his Richmond Sockeyes’ teammates staged a furious 6-5 come-from-behind overtime win over the North Vancouver Wolf Pack Thursday at Minoru Arenas. Sep-08-2017
Sockeyes look to soar this season New head coach Steve Robinson is ultimately focused on leading the Richmond Sockeyes to a Cyclone Taylor Cup this season. The local junior hockey club is hosting the provincial championship next April. Sep-01-2017
United Nations stands tall atop summer league United Nations topped the Division Two standings with a 1-0 win over Vancouver Strikers Tuesday. Aug-23-2017
Richmond FC donates $5000 to Richmond chapter of KidSport Thanks to generous donations in lieu of a registration fee at this week's Stoke City soccer camp, Richmond FC was able to donate $5,171 to KidSport Richmond so all kids can play. Aug-22-2017
Islanders hosting best in the west Talking shop with fellow coach Larry Strohan during the recent provincial senior women’s championships, Richmond Islanders’ skipper Barry Riva (right) is hopeful the host team will have a strong showing at the Western Canadian under-18 girls’ softball championship Aug. 10 to 13 at London Park. Aug-10-2017
Second in B.C. reflects Chuckers' successful development model Richmond Chuckers placed second in the B.C. Bantam AAA Baseball Championship last weekend at Blundell Park. Aug-01-2017
Canada’s golden girl tops field at Pan-Ams Richmond’s Camryn Rogers, 18, won the women’s hammer throw event at the under-20 Pan American Track and Field Championships in Peru. She begins her college career at the University of California-Berkeley later this month. Aug-01-2017
College Prep Chuckers make B.C. final four Cameron Lewis threw a complete-game victory over Kamloops Saturday to lift Richmond City Chuckers into this weekend’s final four B.C. Minor Baseball College Prep championship tournament. Aug-01-2017
Chuckers to face RiverDogs for final four berth A close call at home plate typified the play in a tight contest between Richmond and Cloverdale in 18U College Prep baseball last Sunday at Latrace Field. Jul-26-2017
Isles and A's play for the love of the game Richmond Islanders entered two teams in last weekend’s provincial senior women’s softball championships. Jul-26-2017
Richmond City Baseball hosts Blue Jays’ camp About 150 young baseball players from throughout the province, including several from Richmond City Baseball which hosted the event, participated in the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Academy T12 B.C. Player Evaluations camp last Friday at Richmond’s Latrace Field. Jul-19-2017
Irish enjoy a wee bit o' luck at Nations Cup; Italy retains men's Open Division title Ireland outscored England 4-1 to win the women’s title at the Nations Cup soccer tournament. Jul-17-2017
UBC soars to Dolphin Classic title UBC Thunderbirds soared to a 57-51 win over Athelite in the Dolphin Basketball Classic men’s final Sunday at Richmond South Arm Park. TOKO outscored UFV 79-52 in the women’s title game. Jul-17-2017
Richmond teams deserving Provincial Cup champions The Provincial A Cup under-16 girls’ soccer champion Richmond FC consisted of: Sammi Seaborn (keeper), Megan Estrada, Harmony Bulloch, Gabby Lee, Kayla Seaborn, Kara Moscovitz, Allison Carver, Samantha Trueman, Izzy Loschiavo, Bella Lawson, Morgan Game, Samantha Mah, Grace Stephenson, Alex Legge, Keanna Foster, Leora Bloom, Reiko Bohmert, and Kayla Nimchuk. Jul-13-2017
Dolphin basketball a Classic tale Dolphin Classic organizers Tony Wong-Hen and Bruce Watson. Jul-11-2017
Sockeyes truly have reason for optimism Longtime minor hockey mentor Steve Robinson “offers infusion of new energy. Jun-21-2017
Richmond abuzz for Hockey World Cup The Hockey World Cup will be played at the Richmond Olympic Oval in 2020. Jun-20-2017
Hockey World Cup coming to Richmond The Hockey World Cup will be played at the Richmond Olympic Oval in 2020. Jun-20-2017
Golden records at track and field finals Richmond Kajaks athletes Carson Bradley (left) and Camryn Rogers delivered a pair of gold medals each for the McMath Wildcats (coached by Bob Riddell) at last weekend’s B.C. High School Track and Field Championships in Langley. Jun-07-2017
Radocaj makes Canada basketball lineup Canada's under-16 team will play in Argentina next week. Jun-07-2017
Rogers hammers another record Richmond’s Camryn Rogers (with coach Garrett Collier) broke the Canadian junior women’s hammer throw record with a throw of 61.50 metres Saturday during the annual Richard Collier Big Kahuna ThrowsFest, hosted by the Richmond Kajaks Track and Field Club, at Minoru Park. May-25-2017
Kajaks hosting B.C. elementary track and field championships Richmond’s Lawrence Man, 9, has discovered a penchant for the shot put. He entered his first B.C. Elementary Track and Field Championships, hosted by the Kajaks, last year. This year's event is May 26 to 28 at Minoru Park May-17-2017
Sockeyes look to team builder as next coach of junior hockey club Steve Robinson is looking forward to coaching the Richmond Sockeyes next season. May-10-2017
Richmond’s Hirayama leads Canada to Sevens rugby glory Nathan Hirayama accepted the Player of the Final award Sunday in Singapore May-10-2017
Ravens’ season goes well beyond score Richmond Ravens made the BC Hockey Bantam girls’ hockey final March 23. May-03-2017
Kis-Toth keeps reaching new heights Natasha Kis-Toth is Canada's cadet fencing champion. Apr-27-2017

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