The Senators play their first game since the All-Star break when they take on the Penguins tonight in Pittsburgh.

Flyers   dump the Bruins 3-2 in overtime….Rangers edge the Devils 4-3 and the Jets get by the Blue Jackets 4-3.

It was Kanata blanking Brockville 2-0 in CCHL action and Cornwall knocks off Pembroke 3-1.

Smiths Falls home to the Ottawa Junior Sens tonight.

There’s basketball at Canadian Tire Centre tonight…the annual Capital Hoops Classic featuring Carleton and the University of Ottawa.  The women play at 6, the men at 8.

Bucks top the Raptors 105-92.

Defensive tackle Aaron Arnold will look to add to his league-leading sack total when the Rams lineup against Tom Brady and the Patriots in Super Bowl 53.

Canada’s David Hearn finds himself in the early hunt heading into the second round of the Phoenix Open. Hearn opened with a 4-under 68 yesterday at T-P-C Sawgrass and sits three strokes back of the lead. Harold Varner the Third, Rickie Fowler and Justin Thomas opened with 64s for a share of the lead.

A spot in the Davis Cup Finals is on the line as Canada faces Slovakia at the National Tennis Centre in Bratislava. Teenagers Denis Shapovalov and Felix Auger-Aliassime were selected yesterday to play both singles and doubles in the best-of-five qualifier that begins today. The winning team will advance to the Davis Cup Finals in Madrid.

Nolan Arenado shatters a major league record without breaking a sweat.  The Colorado Rockies third baseman will make 26 million dollars this season after accepting the largest one-year salary   for an arbitration-eligible player.  Arenado breaks the mark set by Josh Donaldson. He worked out a 23 milliion dollar deal with the Blue Jays before last season.

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