The Swift Current Broncos start a busy stretch of four games in five days when they host the Medicine Hat Tigers tonight at InnovationPlex.

The Broncos have won all three meetings with the Tigers this season, all happening after the Christmas break, defeating them 4-3 in overtime at home on New Year's Eve, 6-4 at Co-op Place on January 7, and 3-1 at home last Tuesday.

Swift Current will also host Regina on Friday before visiting the Pats and Tigers on the weekend, and then they embark on a two-week long US road swing next week.

Tonight’s game starts at 7:00pm and you can hear it live on the Eagle 94.1 FM with Living Sky Casino Broncos Hockey starting at 6:30pm. 

In the WHL last night, Moose Jaw beat Saskatoon 3-1 and Medicine Hat beat Prince George 5-2. Tonight's other action has the Blades hosting the Warriors, Prince Albert welcoming Winnipeg, Lethbridge visiting Everett and Calgary hosting the Cougars.

In minor hockey, the Graphic Edge U15 AA Wildcats host the Warman Wildcats tonight at 6:45pm from S3 Arenas.

In the NHL, William Nylander scored the winning goal 1:53 into overtime as the Toronto Maple Leafs beat Florida 5-4. Elsewhere, Evgenii Dadonov scored twice as Montreal beat Winnipeg 4-1, and Zach Hyman had a three-point night as the Edmonton Oilers beat Seattle 5-2 for their fourth win in a row. Three Canadian teams are in action tonight with Ottawa hosting Pittsburgh, Calgary welcoming Colorado and Vancouver entertaining the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Raptors lose to shorthanded Bucks

Jrue Holiday scored a season-high 37 points as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Toronto Raptors 133-122 in the NBA on Tuesday night. The Bucks were without star Giannis Antetokounmpo for the fourth straight game.

Fred VanVleet had 39 points and Gary Trent Jr. added 28 for the Raptors, who visit the Minnesota Timberwolves Thursday night.

Felix and Shapo move on, Bianca eliminated at Aussie Open

Montreal’s Felix Auger-Aliassime avoided an upset as the sixth seed rallied from two sets down to defeat Slovakia’s Alex Molca 3-6, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 in the second round of the Australian Open late last night. 

Meanwhile, Denis Shapovalov of Richmond Hill, Ontario, defeated Japan's Taro Daniel in straight sets this morning to move on to the third round, and Mississauga’s Bianca Andreescu fell in her second-round match in three sets to Cristina Bucsa of Moldova. Leylah Fernandez of Montreal had her match with Caroline Garcia of France moved to tonight after rain stopped play on the outer courts for much of the day.

In other action, nine-time champion Novak Djokovic defeated Roberto Carballes Baena in his return to Melbourne Park and defending champion and 23-time grand slam winner Rafael Nadal lost to Mackenzie McDonald in straight sets.

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