The Edmonton Oilers rallied from an early 2-0 deficit with five unanswered goals to beat the Dallas Stars 5-2 and even up the NHL's Western Conference Final at two games apiece.

Ryan McLeod, Evan Bouchard, Mattias Janmark, Leon Draisaitl and Mattias Ekholm scored for the Oilers and Connor McDavid added three assists. Game five is in Dallas on Friday.

Tonight, the New York Rangers host the Florida Panthers in game five of the Eastern Conference Final, which is also tied at 2-2.

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At the Memorial Cup, the OHL champion London Knights doubled up the host Saginaw Spirit 4-2 to clinch first place and a spot in Sunday's final, where they'll face the winner of Friday's semi-final between the Spirit and the Moose Jaw Warriors.

And Minnesota claimed the PWHL's inaugural championship with a 3-0 road win over Boston in the fifth and deciding game of the Walter Cup Final. Sophie Jacques scored twice and Nicole Hensley made 20 saves for Minnesota, while Taylor Heise, the first overall pick in the league's first-ever draft, was named the playoff MVP.

Manoah hurt as Jays complete sweep of Southsiders

Toronto's bullpen carried the load as the Blue Jays beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1 to complete a three-game sweep on Wednesday. Starter Alex Manoah left the game with elbow discomfort in the second inning and is scheduled to undergo an MRI today.

Isiah Kiner-Falefa drove in two runs for Toronto, who are off until Friday when they face the Pittsburgh Pirates in the opener of a seven-game homestand.

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