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Statement from the Western Hockey League Regarding Mumps Virus

Calgary, AB -- The Western Hockey League was informed of confirmed cases of mumps within one of our member Clubs in early February. Since that time, the WHL has been working closely with its Team Services Committee, all 22 WHL member Clubs and their training staff members as well as the applicable health authorities to ensure proper steps are being taken to minimize the spread of the virus. All WHL Clubs were immediately advised by the WHL Office to take all necessary precautions, including s... Full Story

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TIGER-CATS TO LAUNCH 2017 BeFIT PROGRAM PRESENTED BY

TIGER-CATS TO LAUNCH 2017 BeFIT PROGRAM PRESENTED BY SUMMER FRESH ON MONDAY WHO: Tiger-Cats players, including offensive lineman Mike Filer, defensive end Adrian Tracy, defensive backs Craig Butler ... Full Story

San Jose Giants Helping Local Flood Victims

San Jose, CA - The San Jose Giants in conjunction with the city of San Jose and Silicon Valley Community Foundation are offering a way for the community to aid in providing relief for victims impacted ... Full Story

Chicago Fire and CSN Chicago Expand Regional Broadcast Plans

CHICAGO- The Chicago Fire Soccer Club and CSN Chicago announced Thursday expanded regional broadcasting plans for the Fire's 2017 MLS campaign, including 29 Major League Soccer fixtures (four with Spa ... Full Story

Hockey Challenge 2017 Raises over $150,000

KENT - The Seattle Thunderbirds and Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Western Washington & Alaska (RMHC) are pleased to announce the 19th Annual Hockey Challenge, held Saturday, February 18, at ... Full Story

Tiger-Cats Mourn the Loss of Hall of Famer and Football Pioneer Bernie Custis

Former Ticat was first black starting quarterback in pro football history It is with deep sadness that the Hamilton Tiger-Cats learned of the passing of Canadian Football Hall of Famer and former T ... Full Story

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Newest Teams on OSC

The most recent minor league and alternative professional sports teams added to OurSports Central:

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Most Popular Teams on OSC

The following minor league and alternative professional sports teams on OurSports Central have been viewed the most over the last seven days:
  1. Boston Blaze - CAN-AM Indoor Football League (CAN-AM)
  2. Rapid City Rush - ECHL (ECHL)
  3. Houston Dynamo - Major League Soccer (MLS)
  4. Canton Charge - NBA Development League (D-League)
  5. Toronto Maple Leafs - Intercounty Baseball League (ICBL)
  6. Saskatchewan Rush - National Lacrosse League (NLL)
  7. Seattle Thunderbirds - Western Hockey League (WHL)
  8. Idaho Steelheads - ECHL (ECHL)
  9. South Carolina Stingrays - ECHL (ECHL)
  10. Alaska Aces - ECHL (ECHL)


Minor Leagues on OSC

OurSports Central provides coverage of select alternative and minor league professional sports leagues in addition to the top junior hockey leagues and college wood bat baseball leagues:

BASEBALL
Affiliated Minor League Baseball
ApL, AzFL, AzL, CalL, CarL, EL, FSL, GCL, IL, ML, MWL, NWL, NYPL, PCL, PL, SAL, SL, TL
College Wood Bat Baseball
Alaska, Cape Cod, Coastal Plain, FCBL, GLSCL, GWL, NECBL, Northwoods, PGCBL, Prospect, TCL, WCL, WMBL
Independent Minor League Baseball
AA, AtL, Can-Am, EPL, FL, ICBL, PA, Pecos, USPBL

BASKETBALL
Men's Minor League Basketball
D-League, NBL Canada
Women's Basketball
WNBA

FOOTBALL
Indoor/Arena Football
AFL, APF, CAN-AM, CIF, EIFC, IFL, NAL, SIF
Outdoor Football
CFL

HOCKEY
Junior Hockey
NAHL, OHL, QMJHL, USHL, WHL
Minor League Hockey
AHL, ECHL, FHL, SPHL
Women's Hockey
NWHL

LACROSSE
Indoor Lacrosse
NLL
Outdoor Lacrosse
MLL

OTHER
Other Sports
PFL, PRO Rugby
Other Women's
NPF, WTT

SOCCER
Indoor Soccer
MASL
Outdoor Soccer
MLS, NASL, USL
Women's Soccer
NWSL