The Kam River Fighting Walleye are definitely putting up a fight. They now trail the SIJHL playoff final 3-2 under the Red Lake Miners after a 7-5 home win last night. The Miners started the finals on a winning note, taking the first three games of the best-of-seven series. Game six will be tomorrow night back in Red Lake. 

In the N-H-L, the Florida Panthers blanked the Ottawa Senators 4-0 and, thanks to Nashville's 5-4 shootout win over Colorado, they clinched the Presidents' Trophy as the league's top regular-season team. Elsewhere, the Calgary Flames lost to the Minnesota Wild 3-2 in overtime, the Edmonton Oilers beat the San Jose Sharks 5-4 in O-T and the Vancouver Canucks downed the L-A Kings 3-2, also in overtime.

The Toronto Raptors' season is over. They fell to the Philadelphia 76ers 132-97 to get bounced in the first round of the playoffs. Toronto had been looking to become the first team in N-B-A history to win a playoff series after being down 3-0. 

Alek Manoah struck out seven, walked just one and pitched three-hit ball over seven innings as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 1-0. The Jays took three of four games over their A-L East rival. Toronto's lone run was unearned off starter Garrett Whitlock in the third inning. The Jays open a three-game home series with the Houston Astros tonight. 

The second day of the N-F-L Draft goes tonight. John Metchie, a Canadian wide receiver who attended Alabama last season, is expected to go sometime today in either the second or third round.

And it’s a crazy night in the NHL with 15 games on the schedule, as games gear up ahead of the playoffs.

The last place Habs take on the first place Panthers, the Senators face off against the Flyers and the Bruins are up against the Leafs at 6, with the Flames taking on the Jets tonight in Winnipeg at 7. And it’s a battle of the west coast between the Canucks and the Oilers at 8.

The Jets will play their final game of the season against the Kraken on Sunday afternoon, and The first round of the playoffs officially begins on Monday. Matchups are still being set. The only ones that are confirmed are the Wild taking on the Blues, and the Oilers facing off against the Kings in the first round.