The NHL will hand out its annual hardware on Wednesday night in Las Vegas, where players will find out if they'll be taking home any trophies at the Awards ceremony. Also, an incident at the Euro Cup had Ukrainian fans shaking their heads, and CBC's Queen's Plate coverage continues with the story a former Canadian Triple Crown winner.
1. The NHL Awards ceremony kicks off (CBCSports.ca, 7 pm ET, CBC, 8 pm ET) on Wednesday, but the debates have already started as to which players should be considered the worthiest candidates. CBCSports.ca senior hockey writer offers up his predictions in this blog, but tries not to be blinded by the playoff spotlight. We also want to know who you think are the best choices to have their names called, so click here to vote on each award and see what other fans are expecting.
2. Ukrainian soccer players suffered a heartbreaking 1-0 loss to England in Euro Cup action on Tuesday, with a disallowed goal the difference maker. But the real debate, according to CBCSports.ca soccer contributor Ben Rycroft, is whether the sport needs to implement goal-line technology. What do you think?
3.CBC's Queen's Plate coverage is off and running. Take a look at Wando, a former Canadian Triple Crown winner. And as CBCSports.ca contributor Malcolm Kelly found out, he's living a quiet life away from the spotlight in Ontario.
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