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Out There Sports Compilation

 Melissa DiMarco has highlights of her own!

Melissa DiMarco has been Out There covering the sports world. She has interviewed everyone from championship winners to hall of fame players.Check out some highlights from Out There's sports coverage. 

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David Pastrňák wins MVP award

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Boston Bruins David Pastrňák continues his amazing season by winning the 2020 NHL All-Star game MVP award. He currently leads the entire NHL with 37 goals and finished the All-Star tournament with 6 points.

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Wayne Gretzky and Melissa DiMarco recap NHL All-Star weekend

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Wayne Gretzky was honored that the NHL asked him to Coach the Pacific Division All-Stars. He ended up as the winning coach as the Pacific division won the 2020 NHL All-Star tournament.

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Elias Pettersson remembers All-Star weekend when he was a kid and how fun it was to watch.


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Team Canada wins the elite women’s 3 on 3 game at 2020 NHL All-Star weekend


Melissa DiMarco talks to team Canada forward Sarah Nurse about showcasing the elite women’s hockey talent at the 2020 NHL All-Star weekend.

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NHL Black History Celebration


The NHL mobile museum is traveling to various cities across North America showcasing the NHL’s black history. It made it’s stop in St Louis during All-Star weekend and Melissa DiMarco caught up with retired NHL player Joel ward and Co-Curator Kwame Mason to find out more about the NHL’s black history.

Tomas Hertl talks Justin Bieber and the NHL All-Star game

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Tomas Hertl helped the Pacific division All-Stars win the $1 million dollar prize. He scored 4 goals in the final game including the game winner. He spoke with Melissa DiMarco about the exciting game and the weekend.

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Anze Kopitar happy he got to play with Mcdavid and Leon Draisaitl


Anzek Kopitar is used to chasing Connar Mcdavid and Leon Draisaitl around the ice. He was happy he got to play with them and help the Pacifiv division win the 2020 NHL All-Star tournament.


CFL Grey Cup 2019 MVP Andrew Harris

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Andrew Harris dominated Hamilton Tiger-Cats defense in the 2019 Grey Cup. He is the first player to ever be named the Most valuable player and Most outstanding Canadian of the Grey cup.

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2019 CFL Most Outstanding Canadian Henoc Muamba Sits down with Melissa DiMarco

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The 2019 CFL most outstanding Canadian is Montreal linebacker Henoc Muamba. He gets a shout out from his daughter on the red carpet.

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Melissa DiMarco interviews winnipeg Blue Bomber Chris Streveler 

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Fans chant MVP for Chris Streveler after he came up big for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 2019 Grey Cup

Round 3! Toronto FC and Seattle Sounders face off in the MLS Cup for the third time.

For the third time in the last four years Toronto FC and Seattle Sounders will face each other for the MLS Cup. Seattle won the first match up in the 2016 MLS cup final and Toronto won in 2017.


Toronto 's captain Michael Bradley will be looking to win his 2nd MLS cup with the team in three years.
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Washington Nationals are World Series Champions for the first time!

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The Washington Nationals have one the world series for the first time in franchise history. They completed a historic playoff run by beating the Houston Astros in an exciting 7 game series. They are the first team in history to win all four road games in the world series.

Coach Dave Martinez talks about the different playing styles of his players and how that helped them win. 

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2019 MLS Cup will feature the Seattle Sounders FC and Toronto FC

Seattle Sounders are into the MLS Cup after a huge upset victory over LAFC. They will host Toronto FC in the MLS cup. This will be the third time in four years that these two teams will face each other. 

This will be the MLS Cup rubber match with Seattle winning in 2016 and Toronto winning in 2017. 

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Michael "Pinball" Clemons is the New Toronto Argonauts GM!


Pinball Clemons is perhaps the most legendary figure in the Toronto Argonauts history. He won three grey cups as a player and one as a coach. He has also served as the teams president and CEO. 


He will now be tasked with rebuilding the  2017 Grey Cup champion Argonauts who have missed the playoffs the last two seasons. 

Toronto Raptors head coach Nick Nurse is preparing his new team

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Nick Nurse has been coaching basketball at a high level since 1989. 11 of those coaching years were spent in Europe and he is bringing that international experience to team Canada. It is an exciting time for Canada basketball as they get ready to try and qualify for the 2020 Olympics.


Nurse is bringing his outside the box coaching style to team Canada. He is prepared to try different lineup combinations from 3 point guards on the court at once to 3 guys six foot ten and taller on the court at once.

The 2019 NBA Awards Highlights

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The players traded in their suits and ties for the 2019 NBA Awards. Four international players take home awards including the Giannis Antetokounmpo who was named MVP.

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Giordano named NHL's best defenceman

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At 35 years old Mark Giordano had his best season in the NHL. He had a career high 74 points in 78 games. He led all NHL skaters with a +39 rating. He is the first Calgary Flames player to be named the Norris Trophy winner ( Best Defenseman)

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Kucherov is the MVP!

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Capturing 164 of the 171 first place votes Kucherov won the Hart Trophy awarded to the leagues most valuable player. It was well deserved as he finished the season with 128 points the most since 1995-06

Out There joined the fans at Jurassic Park to Cheer on the Raptors!

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The NBA finals is being shown in over 200 countries and for the first time ever it is being held outside of the United states. Making Toronto the center of the basketball world. Watch as Out There was at Jurassic park and caught some of the scenes of games 1 and interviewed some excited fans. Also follow our social media for game to game updates from the fans perspective. 

St. Louis Blues are the 2019 NHL Stanley Cup Champions

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For the first time in their 52nd season the St. Louis Blues are Stanley cup champions. On January 2nd the Blues were in last place and then turned their season around going 30-10-5 to end the season. They carried that momentum into the playoffs and became Stanley cup champions beating the Boston Bruins 4-1 in game 7.

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Lightning's Victor Hedman nominated for the third year in a row!

Ryan O'reilly wins some more.

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Ryan O'Reilly has be name the 2019 Selke trophy winner which is awarded to the best defensive forward. He led the league in face of wins and this award will go along great with his stanley cup trophy and conn smythe trophy ( mvp of playoffs).

Elias Pettersson is this years rookie of the year. 

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Elias Pettersson has be named the 2019 Calder Trophy award winner. Which is given to the rookie of the year. Out of 171 voters he received 151 first-place votes. He led all rookies and the Vancouver in points (66) in 71 games.

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Jason Zucker wins the King Clancy trophy.  

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The King Clancy trophy is awarded to the player that demonstrates leadership on and off the ice. Jason Zucker received the award this year for his contributions in the Minnesota community. 

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New York Islanders Goalie Robin Lehner is the 2019 Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy winner which is awarded to the player that shows the most dedication to hockey. On top of allowing the least amount of goals this season he revealed in a self penned article the he has been diagnosed with bipolar.

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The players MVP

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 Nikita Kucherov has be named the Ted Lindsay award recipient after the NHLPA voted him the most outstanding player during the 2018-19 NHL season. He led the Tampa Bay Lighting to the presidents cup. 

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McDavid nominated for the Hart Trophy again

At only 22 years old Conor McDavid is arguably the best player in the NHL. He is hoping to win his second Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player). The competition is tough in this category and McDavid pays his respect to the other two nominees Sidney Crosby and Nikita Kucherov.

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 Aleksander Barkov has won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy which is awarded to the most gentleymanly player. He finished the season 10th in points and a new panthers single season record for points. He only recived 4 minor penalties and 8 penelaty minuets this season which are the least among the NHL's top 50 scorers. 

The NHL's Gentleman 

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Canadian Underdog

Melissa sits down with Tristan Thompson from the Cleveland Cavaliers about how things might change now that Lebron has moved on! Also, what does being Canadian mean on the court?

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On of the NHL's top defensemen PK Subban has been traded to the New Jersey Devils.

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Boring Sean Monahan is a fun guy of the Ice

Sean Monahan is Nominated for the Lady byng trophy which is awarded to the most gentlemanly player. Sean is known for his calm domineer on the ice which even inspired a twitter account called " Boring Sean Monahan". He lets us know if he has that same domineer of the ice.

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Most Valuable Canadian!

Vancouver native Lemar Durant was very emotional after being named the most valuable Canadian of the 2018 Grey Cup. Durant said " I really just appreciated how much the coaches had faith in me and my quarterback had faith in me and believed in me to get the job done even though in this game itself there was ups and downs".

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Ekman-Larsson gets nominated for the King Clance Memorial Trophy

Oliver Ekman-Larsson ( King Clancy Memorial Trophy – Humanitarian Contributions)- On top of being one of the top Defenseman in the NHL Oliver has been a champion in the community. He has donated $250,000 Boys and Girls Club in Arizona and he has purchases a suite each season at Gila River Arena and invites branches of the club to allow the kids the opportunity to watch games and then meet him after every home game

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Bo Levi Mitchell Wins the Grey Cup MVP and looks forward to the NFL!

Bo Levi Mitchell has been dominating the CFL for the past three years. He has won the CFL's most outstanding player of the year award twice out of the last three seasons. " The last couple years have all came together right now" is what Mitchell said after winning this years Grey Cup and Grey Cup MVP. Since winning the 2018 Grey Cup Mitchell has worked out for 5 NFL teams and is scheduled to workout for 2 more. 


Alexander Ovechkin tells Melissa how it felt to win the Stanley cup for his team, The Washington Capitals, for the first time since the team joined the NHL in 1974. Ovechkin also received the Conn Smythe Trophy which is awarded to the Most Valuable Player of the playoffs. 

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20 years and counting!!

Almost 40 years old and playing in his 20th NHL season Roberto Luongo continues to play in the at a high level. By the end of the season he will be 2nd all in games played by a goaltender. Here is a throwback to the 2017 NHL awards when he told me that the drive to win the Stanley cup is what keeps him so motivated and playing." 

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He's on a Roll!

The 2018 NHL Hart Trophy winner Taylor Hall has started the 2018/2019 NHL season right where he left of. He can be the first player since 2009 to repeat as the Hart Trophy recipient.   

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Italy wants Giovinco!

Toronto FC forward and former MLS MVP Sebastian Giovinco has been called up to play for the Italian National team for the first time in three years.

It's all about the team!

Toronto Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray sounds off on why his team is so special to him.

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Melissa try's out James Wilder Jr's training routine

Melissa met up with Toronto Argonauts Running back James Wilder Jr to help put some kids through a CFL training routine. 

Who'S Cooler than who!


Jordan Morris and Cristian Roldan of the Seattle Sounders have a friendly disagreement about which of them is cooler!



Melissa talks to MLS Cup MVP Jozy Altidore about his game winning goal.

Go to Girl - Grey Cup up close! 

The Go to Girl has been called in to protect the Grey Cup! But it takes more than elbow grease to keep the Cup clean. It takes preparation and planning! What will Melissa do to keep the Grey Cup shiny and spotless?


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Ottawa REDBLACKS are ready for the playoffs!

The Ottawa REDBLACKS have named Brad Sinopoli as their nominee for Canadian player of the year. Sinopoli led the CFL in receptions and finished third in receiving yards. 

Sinopoli and Ottawa finished first place in the east division and have earned a spot in the Semi-finals. They are hoping for a repeat of 2016 when they won the Grey Cup.

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Calgary Stampeder fans aint Horseing around!

Bo Levi Mitchell thanks Calgary Stampeder fans for their support.

Switcheroo! Goalkeeper Alex Bono interviews Melissa!


The Toronto FC win the MLS Cup! Goalkeeper Alex Bono celebrates the win by interviewing the game's MVP - who else but Melissa DiMarco!


OH Captain My Captain!


Melissa DiMarco asks Toronto FC Captain Michael Bradley how the fans support the team


Go to Girl - Facing her toughest opponents!


Melissa meets up with Diontae Spencer and Kyries Herbert of the Montreal Alouettes to help them face off against their toughest opponents!



Out There at the Pan am Games!


Throw back to when we covered the 2015 Pan Am games in Toronto, Canada. We had so much fun interviewing medal winning athletes, cheering on the events, covering the opening and closing ceromonies and of coarse receiving our pan am swag! Check out some photos and videos from our coverage. 

Interviewing Canadian karate bronze medalist Jusleen Virk

Melissa DiMarco opening her Pan Am swag!

Watching the parade of champions at the closing ceramonies. 

Team Canada at the opening ceramonies.

Broadcasters commentary book. 

Artistic Gymnastics gold medalist Ellie Black

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