Jake Muzzin picks up three points in the Leafs 6-1 pounding of the Ducks. The Woodstock native says he’s been blown away by the reception he’s received since arriving in Toronto in a trade with L-A.

The Leafs will look to make it four straight wins at home tomorrow against the Sens.

The Flyers on an 8-game winning streak after edging the Canucks 2-1.

Tyler Toffoli scores in overtime giving the L-A a 4-3 win over the Rangers and the Dallas Stars edge Arizona 5-4.

A busy schedule around the N-H-L sees four Canadian teams hit the ice tonight.  The Vancouver Canucks continue their East Coast road trip with a stop in Washington.  The Montreal Canadiens host Anaheim, the Winnipeg Jets welcome San Jose, and Chicago is in Edmonton against the Oilers.

The Super Bowl reached 100.7 million viewers in the United States, continuing a downward trend that has lasted four nears now.

Sunday’s game was the least-watched Super Bowl in a decade.

Traditionally, the Super Bowl gets more television viewers than any other program each year.

The Toronto Raptors are in Philadelphia to take on the 76ers in a crucial N-B-A Atlantic Division matchup.  Toronto holds a three-and-a-half game lead over Philadelphia and the Boston Celtics in the division standings. The Raptors have won six of their past 10 but the Sixers have won seven of their past 10.

Canada’s Baseball Hall of Fame in St. Marys, Ontario, will announce its list of inductees for 2019 this morning. The induction ceremony itself will take place on June 15. Last year’s inductees were former major league players Pedro Martinez and Lloyd Moseby as well as historian William Humber.

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