Legionnaires visit Pat-C's in Regina
The Home Hardware U18 AAA Legionnaires will make a trip to the Queen City tonight to take on the Regina Pat Canadians.
The Legionnaires are coming off a weekend split of the Prince Albert Mintos and have won seven of their last eight games to move into fourth place in the SMAAAHL standings with a 7-3-0-1 record. The Pat-C's sit in a tie with the Saskatoon Contacts for second with 18 points, three points ahead of Swift Current.
The Legionnaires return home this weekend with a pair of games against the Yorkton Maulers.
World Series game three rained out
A Halloween trick was played on baseball fans by Mother Nature Monday night.
Game three of the World Series was postponed by rain in Philadelphia with the Phillies and Astros tied up at a game apiece. The game will be made up tonight with games four and five in Philly tomorrow and Thursday.
Games six and seven, if needed, will be back in Houston on Saturday and Sunday.
Thompson puts up six points as Sabres rout Red Wings
Tage Thompson scored a career-high six points with three goals and three assists as the Buffalo Sabres routed the Detroit Red Wings 8-3 for their sixth win in nine games.
In other NHL action, Andrei Svechnikov scored the shootout winner as the Carolina Hurricanes edged the Washington Capitals 3-2, and Carl Grundstrom had a pair of goals as the LA Kings beat St. Louis 5-1.
Five Canadian teams are part of an 11-game NHL schedule tonight, where Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers look to extend a four-game winning streak when they host the Nashville Predators. Elsewhere, Montreal visits Minnesota, Ottawa travels to Tampa Bay, Calgary hosts Seattle and Vancouver welcomes New Jersey.
In the WHL tonight, Prince Albert hosts Tri-City, Medicine Hat welcomes Vancouver and Lethbridge entertains Victoria. The Swift Current Broncos host Vancouver in their next game on Wednesday.
Pan Continental Curling Championship underway in Calgary
A new international curling event got underway as the World Curling Federation sanctioned Pan Continental Championship started on Monday at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary.
The event features teams from Canada, the US and others from South America, Asia, Oceania, and Africa to determine qualifications for next year's World Championships.
Canada is represented by defending Scotties and Brier champions Kerri Einarson and Brad Gushue. Einarson started off with an 11-3 win over New Zealand while Gushue dropped a 10-8 decision to the USA in an extra end.
Einarson will face Kazakhstan and Hong Kong today while Gushue takes on Brazil.
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