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Gaudreau puts up 5 points, Calgary Flames score 3 per period to crush Oilers

Gaudreau puts up 5 points, Calgary Flames score 3 per period to crush Oilers

CALGARY — A big offensive display propelled two Calgary Flames players into the top five in NHL scoring.
Canada's Einarson falls 9-6 to South Korea in women's world curling semifinal

Canada's Einarson falls 9-6 to South Korea in women's world curling semifinal

PRINCE GEORGE — Another late-game letdown against South Korea cost Canada's Kerri Einarson a chance to play for a women's world curling championship.

Scoreboard for Saturday, March 26, 2022

Saturday's Scores NHL Boston 6 N.Y. Islanders 3 Tampa Bay 2 Detroit 1 (OT) Vegas 5 Chicago 4 (OT) Montreal 4 Toronto 2 Washington 4 New Jersey 3 Vancouver 4 Dallas 1 Florida 4 Ottawa 3 (SO) Carolina 7 St.
Allen's 49 saves, Byron's late goal lifts Canadiens over Maple Leafs to end homestand

Allen's 49 saves, Byron's late goal lifts Canadiens over Maple Leafs to end homestand

MONTREAL — Jake Allen had a spectacular outing, frustrating the Toronto Maple Leafs with 49 saves to lead the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-2 victory Saturday.
Raptors crush Pacers in front of no fans and after 70-minute fire delay

Raptors crush Pacers in front of no fans and after 70-minute fire delay

TORONTO — Precious Achiuwa spent much of the 70-minute fire delay changing into a fresh jersey, and going through his pre-game stretching routine -- again. Some players listened to music. Others had their ankles retaped.
Pettersson scores twice, Canucks rally past Stars 4-1

Pettersson scores twice, Canucks rally past Stars 4-1

DALLAS (AP) — Elias Pettersson had two goals and a pair of milestones as the Vancouver Canucks rallied past the Dallas Stars 4-1 on Saturday night.
Florida Panthers rally from three goals down, edge Ottawa Senators in shootout

Florida Panthers rally from three goals down, edge Ottawa Senators in shootout

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators were forced to settle for a single point after a 4-3 shootout loss to the Florida Panthers Saturday night, but knew they were lucky to walk away with anything.
Canada's Shapovalov, Auger-Aliassime upset in 2nd round, bounced from Miami Open

Canada's Shapovalov, Auger-Aliassime upset in 2nd round, bounced from Miami Open

MIAMI — The final two Canadians in singles play were bounced from the Miami Open Saturday. Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ont., and Montreal's Felix Auger-Aliassime both lost their second-round matches in Miami.
Raptors game vs. Indiana suspended due to speaker fire, resumes without fans

Raptors game vs. Indiana suspended due to speaker fire, resumes without fans

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors game against the visiting Indiana Pacers on Saturday was suspended for 70 minutes and fans evacuated due to a speaker fire at Scotiabank Arena.
Canadian men look to seal World Cup qualification on home soil against Jamaica

Canadian men look to seal World Cup qualification on home soil against Jamaica

TORONTO — After missing out on World Cup qualification in a loss Thursday in Costa Rica, Canada looks to seal the deal Sunday on home soil when it hosts Jamaica at BMO Field. For midfielder Stephen Eustaquio, Canada is fielding one heck of a team.
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