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Saturday's Games NHL Colorado 3 Buffalo 0 San Jose 3 St. Louis 2 (OT) N.Y. Rangers 4 New Jersey 2 Philadelphia 5 N.Y.

Saturday's Games

Saturday's Games NHL Colorado 3 Buffalo 0 San Jose 3 St. Louis 2 (OT) N.Y. Rangers 4 New Jersey 2 Philadelphia 5 N.Y.

Canadian Justin Kripps takes bronze in 4-man bobsled world championship

WHISTLER, B.C.

Toronto Raptors clinch NBA playoffs berth for sixth straight season

TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors have clinched their sixth straight post-season berth after a loss by the Charlotte Hornets. Charlotte fell 131-114 against the Eastern Conference-leading Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, which gave Toronto the playoff spot.

Brad Gushue's Brier run wrecks on ice rubble, Brendan Bottcher into semifinal

BRANDON, Man. — The way the reign ended stung Brad Gushue more than losing the crown.
Krejci's late goal helps Bruins extend points streak to 19

Krejci's late goal helps Bruins extend points streak to 19

BOSTON — The points — and comebacks — keep coming for the Boston Bruins. David Krejci scored on a tip-in with 44.

Alberta's Koe cruises to Brier final with 9-4 win over Northern Ontario's Jacobs

BRANDON, Man. — Kevin Koe took the quick route to a Brier final for once. The Alberta skip will appear in his sixth final at the Canadian men's curling championship Sunday with a decisive 9-4 win Saturday over Northern Ontario's Brad Jacobs.

Georgetti, Ramsay to head CFLPA's collective bargaining unit in talks with CFL

TORONTO — Senior advisor Ken Georgetti and executive director Brian Ramsay will lead the CFL Players' Association into contract talks with the league.
No. 3 UNC tops No. 4 Duke 79-70 to earn share of ACC title

No. 3 UNC tops No. 4 Duke 79-70 to earn share of ACC title

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Third-ranked North Carolina handled every push fourth-ranked Duke could manage, both in building a big lead and then hanging onto what was left of its edge in the final minutes.

Vancouver's Rachel Cliff breaks Marchant's Canadian record in the marathon

NAGOYA, Japan — Rachel Cliff raced to a Canadian record in the Nagoya Women's Marathon on Sunday. The 30-year-old from Vancouver crossed in two hours 26.