Both of Swift Current's U18 AAA teams are in action tonight and will each face the Notre Dame Hounds.

The Home Hardware Legionnaires, coming off a weekend sweep of the Warman Wildcats, will take on the Hounds at Innovationplex tonight at 8:15pm, while the Innovation Federal Credit Union Wildcats will head to Wilcox to face the Hounds in their first league game since a 4-1 win over the Battlefords Sharks on November 5.

There are also three WHL games tonight and they're all out west. The Saskatoon Blades will start their US swing against the Wenatchee Wild while the Lethbridge Hurricanes visit the Kelowna Rockets and the Tri-City Americans host the Seattle Thunderbirds. The Swift Current Broncos visit the Moose Jaw Warriors in their next game on Friday.

Hughes takes NHL scoring lead as Canucks beat Sharks

Quinn Hughes scored his career-high eighth goal of the season and added an assist as the Vancouver Canucks beat the San Jose Sharks 3-1 Monday night at Rogers Arena. Hughes now has 30 points on the season and leads the early NHL scoring race.

Meanwhile, Andrew Mangiapane scored the tying goal with 4:07 left in regulation and Rasmus Anderson got the OT winner as the Calgary Flames rallied for a 4-3 win over the Seattle Kraken, and Nikko Mikkola had two goals to lift the Florida Panthers past Edmonton 5-3.

There are no NHL games tonight but action resumes with 14 games on Wednesday.

Eagles edge Chiefs in Super Bowl rematch

Jalen Hurts ran for two touchdowns as the Philadelphia Eagles rallied from 10 points down at halftime to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 21-17 in a rematch of Super Bowl LVII Monday night at Arrowhead Stadium.

The victory literally slipped away for the Chiefs when Marquez Valdes-Scantling dropped a would-be 51-yard touchdown pass with under two minutes left in the game, and then the Eagles sealed the victory with a fourth-down stand.

Raptors resume in-season tournament play tonight

The Toronto Raptors visit the Orlando Magic tonight as the NBA's In-Season Tournament resumes with five games.

The Raptors dropped their group play opener on Friday 108-105 to the Boston Celtics, who lead East Group C at 2-0. Brooklyn and Chicago are the other teams in the group.

The eight-team knockout stage will begin on December 4 with the championship game set for December 9.

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