U15 Broncos visit Regina tonight

The Pure Chem U15 AA Broncos will get an early start to the weekend when they visit the Regina Monarchs tonight.

Swift Current leads the south division standings with a 6-1 record and are one point ahead of the second-place Monarchs.

The Broncos have home games against the Saskatoon Bandits and Estevan Bruins this weekend.

Leafs bust out of slump against Philly

John Tavares scored his 11th career hat trick and added an assist as the Toronto Maple Leafs snapped a four-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Philadelphia Flyers. The only other NHL game last night had Buffalo doubling up Pittsburgh 6-3.

Six Canadian teams are in action including the Winnipeg Jets hosting the Montreal Canadiens at Canada Life Centre. Elsewhere, Ottawa hosts Vegas, Edmonton hosts New Jersey, Calgary welcomes Nashville and the Canucks entertain the Anaheim Ducks.

In the WHL, Saskatoon beat Tri-City 5-1 and Everett doubled up Brandon 6-3. The game between the Calgary Hitmen and Victoria Royals was postponed by poor travel conditions in the Calgary area and will be made up tonight.

More history made at World Series

Four Astros pitchers combined for the second no-hitter in World Series history as Houston blanked the Philadelphia Phillies 5-0 to tie the fall classic up at two games apiece.

Starter Cristian Javier pitched the first six innings with Bryan Abreu, Rafael Montero and Ryan Pressly coming out of the bullpen.

The only previous no-hitter in the World Series was a perfect game by Don Larsen of the New York Yankees in 1963.

Game five of the series is tonight in Philly and game six will be in Houston on Saturday.

Raptors dominate Spurs on the road

Pascal Siakam has 22 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists for his second triple-double of the season as the Toronto Raptors embarrassed the San Antonio Spurs 143-100 in the NBA Wednesday night. The Raptors continue their road trip in Dallas on Friday

Canada locks up spot at Women's World Curling Championship

Kerri Einarson and her team from Gimli, MB, beat Australia 11-6 and Brazil 10-2 to stay unbeaten at the Pan Continental Curing Championship in Calgary and help Canada officially qualify for next year’s World Women’s Curling Championship in Sweden.

Meanwhile, Brad Gushue and his rink from Newfoundland beat Japan 11-2 and South Korea 11-3 on the men’s side. Canada has already qualified for the men's worlds that will take place in Ottawa in April.

Einarson faces Team USA today while Gushue takes on Australia and New Zealand.

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