Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers extended the Stanley Cup Final by at least one more game with a 5-3 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday at Sunrise, Florida.

The Panthers lead the best-seven-series 3-2 but held a 3-0 lead before the Oilers won the last two games in a row. McDavid had two goals and two assists for the Oilers and Evan Bouchard added three helpers, while former Bronco Stuart Skinner made 29 saves.

Game six is on Friday in Edmonton with game seven, if necessary, set for Monday in Florida.

57's host Gulls tonight

After a lengthy break, the Swift Current 57's return to action tonight when they welcome the Sylvan Lake Gulls. The 57's haven't played since an 18-13 win over the Bombers in a rain-shortened game in Brooks, Alberta, on Saturday.

Tonight's game starts at 7:00 p.m. from Mitchell Field.

In the WCBL on Tuesday, Brooks routed the Saskatoon Berries 24-7 and the Weyburn Beavers ran past the Medicine Hat Mavericks 11-3.

Red Sox edge Jays to take series win

Ceddanne Rafaela hit a go-ahead RBI single in the eighth inning as the Boston Red Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 4-3 to take the second game of a three-game set at Rogers Centre. Burnaby, B.C.'s Tyler O'Neill homered for the second straight night for the Red Sox, who won for the seventh time in nine games.

Kevin Gausman starts for the Jays as the series wraps up tonight.

Giants' legend Willie Mays passes away

Willie Mays, one of baseball's most beloved players, has passed away at the age of 93. Mays' family and the San Francisco Giants shared the news of his death on Tuesday evening.

The electrifying centre fielder known as the "Say Hey Kid" hit more than 600 home runs and totalled more than 3,000 hits over 23 seasons with the San Francisco and New York Giants, and his over-the-shoulder running basket catch at the wall that prevented an extra-base hit in the 1954 World Series remains one of the greatest defensive plays in baseball.

Inducted in his first year of eligibility in 1979, Mays was the oldest living member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

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