The Carleton Ravens are once again Canadian university men’s  basketball champions after blowing out Calgary 83-49 in the national final in Halifax.  Fourth year guard  Yassiin Joseph led the Ravens with a  20 point performance. The win gives the Ravens their 14th title since  2003.

Make it four Brier titles for Kevin Koe. Koe has another Canadian men’s curling championship after a   4-3 win over Brendan Bottcher in an  all-Alberta final.   The skip says they’ll be   battle-tested for the world championship.

Tye Felhhaber scores two goals leading the  67’s  4-0 blanking of the Oshawa Generals.

The Carleton Place Canadians whip Kemptville  8-3 in CCHL action.  Rockland over Brockville  4-0 and Pembroke edges Navan  4-3.

Tier-2 playoffs… Ottawa Junior Canadians  double Char-Lan  6-3.

Matthew Tkachuk gets a hat trick in the Calgary Flames  6-3 win over Vegas.

The Bruins’  point streak finally comes to an end in Pittsburgh’s  4-2 win.  The Bruins had earned a point in 19 straight games.

Kyle Lowry and the Toronto Raptors have a quick turnaround as they take on the Cavaliers tonight in Cleveland. Toronto is coming off a 125-104 victory over the Miami Heat yesterday where Lowry scored 24 points and 10 assists. The Cavaliers have struggled to a 16-and-50 records this season and have been eliminated from playoff contention.

Contract talks between the C-F-L and the Players’ Association start today in Toronto with the two sides seeking a new collective bargaining agreement. The present contract is scheduled to expire in May. Senior advisor Ken Georgetti and executive director Brian Ramsay will lead the Players’ Association into contract talks with the league.

Canadian teenager Felix Auger-Aliassime is back on the court today with a third-round matchup against Yoshihito Nishioka of Japan at the B-N-P Paribas Open. The 18-year-old from Montreal is coming off a win over Stefanos Tsitsipas for the first top-10 victory of his career. Fellow Canadian Milos Raonic plays American qualifier Marcos Giron this morning.

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