The Dryden GM Ice Dogs head into game three of the SIJHL playoff semi-finals tonight. They'll host the Red Lake Miners at the Dog pound. The best-of-seven series is tied at one game apiece.
The Kenora Special Olympic Bowlers are on a hot streak this week. In last night's bowling action, Jem Moeller scored the highest for the ladies, pinning 165. Tara Creason came second with 139. Michael Vivian was the top bowler for the men with 174, followed by Andrew Gordon with 150. MVP for the night went to Tanya Shaw with 65.
The Winnipeg Jets know they have to pull out all the stops to have any chances of making the N-H-L playoffs. The Jets started star goaltender Connor Hellebuyck for the second time in as many nights, and he made 23 saves in Winnipeg's 4-2 win at Montreal. Winnipeg was coming off a 4-3 win in Ottawa.
The Jets moved within five points of Dallas for the second Western Conference wild-card spot, but the Stars have played two fewer games. The Jets now have one point over the Canucks, who could pass them tonight with a win over Vegas.
It’s a crazy night in the NHL with 14 games on the schedule. Canadian action includes the Leafs taking on the Sabres at 6, the Senators face the Red Wings at 6:30, the Oilers are up against the Wild at 7, the Kraken take on the Flames at 8 and the Canucks face off against the Golden Knights at 9.
George Springer had a two-run homer and an R-B-I double as the Toronto Blue Jays won their first road game of the baseball season, 3-0 over the New York Yankees. Canadian closer Jordan Romano picked up his 26th consecutive save, setting a new club record. The win improved Toronto's record to 3-and-1.
Shelina Zadorsky scored a late tying goal as the Canadian women's soccer team salvaged a 2-2 draw with Nigeria in Langford, B-C. Zadorsky headed home a cross from Janine Beckie in the 88th minute. Canadian captain Christine Sinclair added to her record tally with her 189th international goal. The match was part of the Canadian team's celebration tour commemorating its gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics.