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Sunday's Games

NHL

Toronto 3 Detroit 2

Winnipeg 7 Florida 2

Edmonton 4 Colorado 2

Philadelphia 7 N.Y. Rangers 4

New Jersey 3 Carolina 2 (OT)

Pittsburgh 5 Columbus 2

San Jose 5 Dallas 2

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AHL

Bridgeport 4 Hartford 0

Syracuse 3 Charlotte 1

Springfield 3 Providence 2

Binghamton 2 Rochester 1 (SO)

Chicago 5 Cleveland 3

Texas 6 Iowa 3

Rockford 4 San Antonio 3

Lehigh Valley 4 WB/Scranton 1

Ontario 5 San Diego 2

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NBA

All-Star Game at Los Angeles

Team LeBron 148 Team Stephen 145

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NLL

Colorado 19 New England 11

 

Sunday results

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NHL

Philadelphia 7 N.Y. Rangers 4

Edmonton 4 Colorado 2

New Jersey 3 Carolina 2 OT

Pittsburgh 5 Columbus  2

Toronto 3 Detroit 2

Florida 1 Winnipeg 1 (1st)

Dallas 0 San Jose 4 (2nd)

 

OHL

Kingston 6 Kitchener 1

North Bay 4 Mississauga 3

Windsor 7 Flint 0

Erie 5 Guelph 4

 

GOJHL

Brampton 4 Waterloo 1

Elmira 7 Guelph 2

LaSalle 0 Chatham 5 (3rd)

Brantford 1 Kitchener 4 (3rd)

 

PJHL

Port Dover 6 Niagara 5

(Port Dover wins best-of-seven series 4-3)

 

NBA

All-Star Game at Los Angeles

Team LeBron vs. Team Stephen, 8 p.m.

 

National Basketball League of Canada

Halifax 108 Cape Breton 104

London 136 KW Titans 133

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NLL

Colorado at New England, 2 p.m

 

Saturday results

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NHL

Vancouver 6 Boston 1

Florida 6 Calgary 3

Ottawa 6 N.Y. Rangers 3

Arizona 1 Edmonton 0

Vegas 6 Montreal 3

Pittsburgh 5 Toronto 3

Los Angeles 4 Buffalo 2

Anaheim 3 Minnesota 2 (SO)

New Jersey 4 Tampa Bay 3

Detroit 3 Nashville 1

Chicago 7 Washington 1

 

OHL 
 
London 5 Erie 4 OT
Saginaw 5 Flint 3
Hamilton 8 Subury 4
Sault Ste. Marie 7 Sarnia 1
Barrie 3 Niagara 1
Owen Sound 9 Ottawa 6
 
 
GOJHL
 
Sarnia 3 Leamington 0
St. Thomas 3 Komoka 2
London 4 Strathroy 1
Listowel 4 Guelph 3
 
 
PJHL
 
-Dundas 3 Hagersville 0
  (Dundas wins best-of-seven series 4-2)
Port Dover 4 Niagara 3 OT
  (Best-of-seven series tied 3-3)
Exeter 5 Port Stanley 3
  (Exeter wins best-of-seven series 4-2)
North Middlesex 6 Thamesford 0
  (North Middlesex wins best-of-seven series 4-2)
 

GMJHL

Tillsonburg 8 London 6
 
 

AHL

Hershey 3 Belleville 0

Toronto 4 Laval 2

Grand Rapids 5 Manitoba 0

Cleveland 5 Rockford 2

Texas 1 Milwaukee 0

Charlotte 2 Syracuse 0

Hartford 3 Lehigh Valley 2 (SO)

Providence 3 Springfield 2 (OT)

Utica 5 WB/Scranton 4 (OT)

Binghamton 1 Rochester 0 (OT)

San Antonio 2 Chicago 1

Stockton 2 San Jose 1

Tucson 5 Bakersfield 4

San Diego 5 Ontario 2

 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE OF CANADA 
 
St. John's 107 Niagara 104
Moncton 101 Saint John 83

 

NLL

Georgia 14 Toronto 13 (OT)

Rochester 16 Saskatchewan 11

 

Friday's Scores, Saturday's Schedule

Randy Owen
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Friday's Games (All Times Eastern)
 
OLYMPIC HIGHLIGHTS
 
Men's Hockey, Preliminary Round (4)
-Czech Republic 3  Canada 2 (SO)
     The Canadian mens' hockey team has suffered its first loss at the Olympics, falling 3-2 in a shootout to the Czech Republic.  That drops Canada's record to 1-and-1.  Former N-H-L-ers Rene Bourque and Mason Raymond scored.
-Finland 5  Norway 1
-Olympic Athletes of Russia 8  Slovenia 2
-Sweden 1  Germany 0
 
Women's Hockey, Playoff Quarter-final (1)
-Olympic Athletes of Russia 6  Switzerland 2
 
Men's Curling, Fifth Draw
-Canada 7  South Korea 6
-Sweden 8  Britain 6
-Switzerland 6  Japan 5
-United States 9  Denmark 5
 
Canada's Patrick Chan finished ninth in his final Olympic appearance.  Skating to Jeff Buckley's haunting “Hallelujah,” the three-time world champion from Toronto scored 173-point-4-2 points in what might have been his final competitive program, and 263-point-4-3 overall.  He opened with a quadruple toe loop, but tripled his second quad in a shaky skate.
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NHL (4)
 
-Winnipeg 6  Colorado 1
     Goalie Connor Hellebuyck (HELL'-ih-buhk) made 30 saves to pick up his 30th win of the season as the Jets downed Colorado 6-1 in Winnipeg.  It's the most wins by a Jets goalie since the franchise moved to Winnipeg from Atlanta prior to the 2011-12 season.  Blake Wheeler led the offence with two goals and an assist.
Elsewhere:
-Philadelphia got by Columbus 2-1 in overtime.
-N.Y. Islanders shutout Carolina 3-0.
-Dallas edged St. Louis 2-1.
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AHL (7 - Can. teams only)
 
-Belleville 3  Toronto 1
-Hershey 6  Laval 3
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OHL (7)
 
-London 6  Kitchener 2
     Evan Bouchard scored twice as the London Knights downed Kitchener 6-2.
-Ottawa 2  Guelph 1 (SO)
     The Ottawa 67's earned their sixth straight victory with a 2-1 shoot-out win over Guelph.
Elsewhere:
-Sault Ste. Marie shamed Hamilton 10-0, with Hayden Verbeek notching a hat-trick.
-Sarnia stopped Saginaw 3-0.
-Owen Sound doubled Niagara 6-3, handing the IceDogs their eighth loss in-a-row.
-Oshawa shutout Sudbury 6-0.
-Kingston edged Peterborough 2-1.
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GREATER ONT. JR. HOCKEY (7)
 
-Chatham 5  St. Thomas 1
     Chatham forward Bryce Yetman scored the Maroons first and last goals on their way to a 5-1 win over the St. Thomas Stars.
Elsewhere:
-Stratford stomped on Brantford 8-2.
-St. Marys squeaked by Komoka 3-2.
-St. Catharines doubled Thorold 4-2.
-Caledonia clobbered Niagara Falls 8-1.
-Brampton doubled Waterloo 6-3.
-Listowel eliminated Elmira 5-3.
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WOAA SR. AA HOCKEY PLAYOFFS (3)
 
-Tillsonburg Thunder 8  Shelburne Muskies 3
     (Tillsonburg wins series 4-0)
     With a solid 4-1 lead in the first period, thanks to a two-goal effort from Shane Balcomb, Tillsonburg went on to an 8-3 win over the Shelburne Muskies in WOAA Senior Double-A playoff action.  The Thunder take the series 4 games to none and advance to the next round.
Elsewhere:
-Shallow Lake Crushers 2  Tavistock Royals 1
     (Tavistock leads series 2-1)
-Petrolia Squires 8  Lucknow Lancers 6
     (Series tied 1-1)
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PROVINCIAL JR. HOCKEY PLAYOFFS (5)
 
West Conference, Yeck Division (3)
-Dorchester 9  Mt. Brydges 5
     (Dorchester wins series 4-1)
-North Middlesex 4  Thamesford 1
     (North Middlesex leads series 3-2)
-Exeter 4  Port Stanley 1
     (Exeter leads series 3-2)
 
North Conference, Pollock Division (1)
-Kincardine 5  Walkerton 2
     (Kincardine leads series 1-0)
 
North Conference, Carruthers Division (1)
-Penetang 7  Midland 2
     (Penetang wins series 4-2)
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GREATER METRO HOCKEY (3)
 
-Kingsville 6  Tillsonburg 2
     The Tillsonburg Hurricanes had nothing in the first and third periods, dropping a 6-2 decision to Kingsville.
Elsewhere:
-Temiscaming nipped West Nipissing 7-6.
-Ville-Marie shutout South Muskoka 5-0.
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ALLAN CUP HOCKEY (2)
 
-Brantford blasted Hamilton 6-2.  Paul McIlveen led the Blast with two goals.
-Dundas defeated Stoney Creek 6-2.
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NBA - All-Star Weeked at Los Angeles (1)
 
-Team World 155  Team USA 124
     Canadian Jamal Murray did his part to tip off the N-B-A's All-Star weekend.  He scored 21 points in the World's 155-124 victory over the U-S team in the Rising Stars Challenge.  Teammate Bogdan Bogdanovic scored 26 points with seven three pointers to take home the M-V-P trophy.
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE OF CANADA (1)
 
-Halifax 87  Moncton 86 (OT)
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NLL (1)
 
-Calgary 20  Vancouver 12
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Saturday's Games  (All Times Eastern)
 
OLYMPIC HIGHLIGHTS
 
Men's Hockey, Preliminary Round (4)
-South Korea vs. Switzerland, 2:30am
-Olympic Athletes of Russia vs. United States, 7am
-Slovenia vs. Slovakia, 7am
-Germany vs. Norway, 10pm
 
Women's Hockey, Playoffs Quarter-final and Classification (2)
-Quarter-final:  -Finland vs. Sweden, 2:30am
-Classification -Korea vs. Quarter-final loser, 10pm
 
Men's Curling
-Sixth Draw:  South Korea vs. Britain; Switzerland vs. Norway; Canada vs. Sweden; Japan vs. Italy, 12:05am
-Seventh Draw:  Norway vs. Denmark; United States vs. Japan; Switzerland vs. Canada, 7:05pm
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NHL (11)
 
-Los Angeles at Buffalo, 1pm
-Anaheim at Minnesota, 2pm
-N.Y. Rangers at Ottawa, 2pm
-Edmonton at Arizona, 4pm
-New Jersey at Tampa Bay, 7pm
-Montreal at Vegas, 7pm
-Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7pm
-Detroit at Nashville, 8pm
-Washington at Chicago, 8:30pm
-Boston at Vancouver, 10pm
-Florida at Calgary, 10pm
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AHL (14 - Can. teams only)
 
-Hershey at Belleville, 7pm
-Toronto at Laval, 7pm
-Grand Rapids at Manitoba, 8pm
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OHL (6)
 
-London at Erie, 7pm
-Saginaw at Flint, 7pm
-Hamilton at Subury, 7:05pm
-Sarnia at Sault Ste. Marie, 7:07pm
-Niagara at Barrie, 7:30pm
-Ottawa at Owen Sound, 7:30pm
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GREATER ONT. JR. HOCKEY (7)
 
-Buffalo at Welland, 7pm
-Leamington at Sarnia, 7:10pm
-Caledonia at Fort Erie, 7:15pm
-St. Thomas at Komoka, 7:15pm
-London at Strathroy, 7:30pm
-Listowel at Guelph, 7:30pm
-Niagara Falls at Ancaster, 7:30pm
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WOAA SR. AA HOCKEY PLAYOFFS (3)
 
-Milverton Four Wheel Drives at Ripley Wolves, 7pm
     (Ripley leads series 3-1)
-Tavistock Royals at Shallow Lake Crushers, 7:30pm
     (Tavistock leads series 2-1)
-Petrolia Squires at Lucknow Lancers, 7:30pm
     (Series tied 1-1)
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PROVINCIAL JR. HOCKEY PLAYOFFS (8)
 
South Division, Bloomfield Division (2)
-Dundas at Hagersville, 7:30pm
     (Dundas leads series 3-2)
-Port Dover at Niagara, 7:30pm
     (Niagara leads series 3-2)
 
West Conference, Yeck Division (2)
-Exeter at Port Stanley, 7pm
     (Exeter leads series 3-2)
-Thamesford at North Middlesex, 8pm
     (North Middlesex lead series 3-2)
 
West Conference, Stobbs Division (1)
-Amherstburg at Mooretown, 7:30pm
     (Amherstburg leads series 3-2)
 
North Conference, Pollock Division (1)
-Wingham at Mount Forest, 8pm
     (First game of series)
 
East Conferenc, Tod Division (1)
-Picton at Port Hope, 7:30pm
     (First game of series)
 
East Conference, Orr Division (1)
-Clarington at North Kawartha, 7:25pm
     (North Kawartha leads series 3-2)
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GREATER METRO HOCKEY (7)
 
-Oshawa at North York, 4:45pm
-Northumberland at Windsor, 7:30pm
-Toronto at Tottenham, 7:30pm
-Bradford Rattlers at Seguin, 7:30pm
-Ville-Marie at West Nipissing, 7:30pm
-Tillsonburg at London, 8pm
-Almaguin at Temiscaming, 8pm
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ALLAN CUP HOCKEY (1)
 
-Dundas at Whitby, 6:30pm
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE OF CANADA (2)
 
-St. John's Edge at Niagara River Lions, 7pm
-Saint John Riptide at Moncton Magic, 7pm
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NLL (2)
 
-Toronto at Georgia, 7:05pm
-Saskatchewan at Rochester, 7:30pm
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A person familiar with the deal says All-Star pitcher Jason Vargas and the Mets have agreed to a $16 million dollar U-S, two-year contract, adding depth to a New York rotation that's been riddled by injuries the past two seasons.  The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal was pending a physical and had not been announced.
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The Carolina Panthers have reinstated interim general manager Marty Hurney after an N-F-L investigation found no wrongdoing into charges of harassment by his ex-wife.  Hurney had been placed on a paid leave of absence during the investigation.  Hurney is one of four candidates who have interviewed for the team's vacant general manager position, which is expected to be filled soon.
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Thursday results

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(All Times Eastern)

NHL

Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.

N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m.

Carolina at New Jersey, 7 p.m.

Detroit at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m.

Buffalo at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m.

Calgary at Nashville, 8 p.m.

Washington at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Anaheim at Chicago, 8:30 p.m.

Montreal at Arizona, 9 p.m.

Edmonton at Vegas, 10 p.m.

Vancouver at San Jose, 10:30 p.m.

 

OHL

Oshawa at North Bay, 7 p.m.

Mississauga at Peterborough, 7:05 p.m.

Barrie at Windsor, 7:05 p.m.

 

GOJHL

LaSalle at Leamington, 7:10 p.m.

St. Marys at Sarnia, 7:20 p.m.

Guelph at Brantford, 7:30 p.m.

 

PJHL

Niagara at Port Dover, 7:30 p.m.

(Best-of-seven series tied 2-2)

Hagersville at Dundas, 7:30 p.m.

(Best-of-seven series tied 2-2)

Port Stanley at Exeter, 8:30 p.m.

(Port Stanley leads best-of-seven series 2-1)

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AHL

Grand Rapids at Manitoba, 8 p.m.

Cleveland at Chicago, 8 p.m.

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NBA

Denver at Milwaukee, 8 p.m.

L.A. Lakers at Minnesota, 9 p.m.

 

National Basketball Leage of Canada

Cape Breton at Island Storm, 6 p.m.

St. John's at London, 7 p.m.

Windsor at Niagara, 7 p.m.

 

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