The Leafs four-game win streak comes to an end with a 4-1 loss to the Rangers.

Jets beat the Sabres 3-1.  Bruins get by the Avalanche 2-1 in overtime.  Blackhawks win their seventh in a row, 5-2 over the Wings.

The Anaheim Ducks fire coach Randy Carlyle.  G-M Bob Murray taking over on an interim basis.

Sunday in the CCHL saw the Ottawa Junior Sens edge Kanata  3-2.  Pembroke doubles Kemptviille  6-3. Rockland dumps Nepean  5-2 and Navan upsetting Carleton Place  5-4 in a shootout.

Phil Mickelson will try to win the A-T-and-T Pebble Beach Pro-Am today after the final round was suspended due to darkness. Phil has a three shot lead with two holes to play.

Calgary’s Kevin Koe is returning to the Canadian men’s curling championship after winning his provincial showdown. The last vacancies in the Brier field filled yesterday with the addition of Koe, Manitoba’s Reid Carruthers, Saskatchewan’s Kirk Muyres, Jamie Koe of Northwest Territories and Yukon’s Jon Solberg. The Brier goes March 1st in Brandon, Manitoba.

The Raptors put their four-game win streak on the line tonight against Brooklyn at Scotiabank Arena. Toronto enters the contest one game behind Milwaukee for first in the East. Brooklyn has surprised many in the N-B-A world this year and is sixth in the East.

A familiar number will start from the pole for the season-opening Daytona 500, but not a familiar name. William Byron was the fastest in Sunday’s qualifying at Daytona International Speedway, driving the Chevrolet with the Number 24 made famous by four-time cup champion Jeff Gordon.   Former Hendrick driver Casey Mears and Tyler Reddick secure two of the remaining spots in the Daytona  500.

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