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Oilers' win streak stopped at four games after 4-3 loss to Jets

Oilers' win streak stopped at four games after 4-3 loss to Jets

WINNIPEG — Concern and uncertainty clouded the Winnipeg Jets' celebration after a tough 4-3 victory over the surging Edmonton Oilers on Wednesday.
Colton Point makes most of start, earns shutout as Canada routs Slovakia 6-0

Colton Point makes most of start, earns shutout as Canada routs Slovakia 6-0

BUFFALO, N.Y. — When Colton Point was told by head coach Dominique Ducharme that he would be starting in Canada's net over Carter Hart, he didn't know what to do with himself.
Nash scores 2 goals as surging Bruins beat Senators 5-1

Nash scores 2 goals as surging Bruins beat Senators 5-1

BOSTON — Bruins captain Zdeno Chara didn't hesitate when he was asked if Boston is beginning to believe it's a top team. "We know we have a good hockey team with good players.
Hey! Baby! Canada routs Slovakia 6-0, but may change goal celebration music

Hey! Baby! Canada routs Slovakia 6-0, but may change goal celebration music

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Sometime during Canada's 6-0 rout of Slovakia Jordan Kyrou realized that he and his teammates had made a mistake. They had picked the wrong song to celebrate goals to at the world junior hockey championship.

George, Westbrook lead Thunder past Raptors 124-107

OKLAHOMA CITY — Russell Westbrook had 30 points, 13 assists and eight rebounds and the Oklahoma City Thunder held off the Toronto Raptors 124-107 on Wednesday night.
Aho scores twice, Hurricanes top Canadiens 3-1

Aho scores twice, Hurricanes top Canadiens 3-1

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Carolina Hurricanes are threatening to move up in the Metropolitan Division, thanks in part to the play of young forward Sebastian Aho and veteran goalie Cam Ward.
Johnny Bower was a fearless competitor and a fan favourite with Maple Leafs

Johnny Bower was a fearless competitor and a fan favourite with Maple Leafs

TORONTO — Johnny Bower didn't really want to come to Toronto. But the pint-sized goalie with the big heart went on to become part of Maple Leafs lore.
2018 World Cup chief Mutko quits; still involved in planning

2018 World Cup chief Mutko quits; still involved in planning

MOSCOW — Vitaly Mutko bowed to mounting pressure and stepped down as chairman of the 2018 World Cup organizing committee on Wednesday after being dogged by investigations that highlighted his role in a state-backed doping program.
Five thins to know about Johnny Bower's Hall of Fame pro hockey career

Five thins to know about Johnny Bower's Hall of Fame pro hockey career

TORONTO — Legendary goalie Johnny Bower, who helped the Toronto Maple Leafs win four Stanley Cups in the 1960s, died Tuesday at the age of 93. Here's a look at five things to know about Bower's pro hockey career.