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Andersen 36-save performance helps power Maple Leafs past Oilers 4-1

Andersen 36-save performance helps power Maple Leafs past Oilers 4-1

EDMONTON — The bottom six forwards stepped up to the plate to give the Toronto Maple Leafs a big road win on Saturday. Alexander Kerfoot had a goal and an assist as the Leafs powered their way to a 4-1 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Players hope US-Canada rivalry game helps spawn pro league

Players hope US-Canada rivalry game helps spawn pro league

HARTFORD, Conn.
Canadians become 1st females to race World Cup doubles luge

Canadians become 1st females to race World Cup doubles luge

WHISTLER, B.C. — Caitlin Nash and Natalie Corless made luge history Saturday, becoming the first female team to compete in a World Cup doubles race.
James Reimer makes 32 saves, Hurricanes beat Flames 4-0; Calgary win streak over

James Reimer makes 32 saves, Hurricanes beat Flames 4-0; Calgary win streak over

CALGARY — It took a hot goalie, a surging power play and a close non-offside call to end Calgary's seven-game winning streak.

Canadian bobsledders take gold and bronze at World Cup

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Justin Kripps and his Canadian crew took World Cup gold on Saturday in four-man bobsled, while Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski claimed bronze in the women's race. Kripps, from Summerland, B.C.
Milanovich says "gut" decision, Trevor Harris, reasons to join Esks as head coach

Milanovich says "gut" decision, Trevor Harris, reasons to join Esks as head coach

EDMONTON — Scott Milanovich said ultimately it was a gut decision, not to mention a chance to be reunited with quarterback Trevor Harris, that led him say yes to becoming the new head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos.
Hamilton welder loses first-round match at World Darts Championship in London

Hamilton welder loses first-round match at World Darts Championship in London

LONDON — Matt Campbell, the lone Canadian in the field, lost his first-round match to England's Mark (The Gladiator) McGeeney on Saturday at the William Hill World Darts Championship in London.
Duclair completes hat trick in overtime as Senators edge Blue Jackets 4-3

Duclair completes hat trick in overtime as Senators edge Blue Jackets 4-3

OTTAWA — Anthony Duclair couldn’t have scripted a better ending. Duclair scored on the power play in overtime to complete the hat trick and give the Ottawa Senators a 4-3 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday afternoon.
Kaillie Humphries wins another bobsled race for US

Kaillie Humphries wins another bobsled race for US

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Kaillie Humphries’ first two races for the U.S. could not have turned out better. Humphries improved to 2-for-2 on the young season, winning another women’s bobsled World Cup race at Mount Van Hoevenberg on Saturday.

Thompson wins skicross World Cup gold; Canada earns four medals overall

MONTAFON, Austria — Canada's Marielle Thompson and Courtney Hoffos were first and third, respectively, in the women's final of the skicross World Cup event on Saturday. Sweden's Sandra Naeslund was second, earning silver.