Brooke Henderson is in the mix after round one of the Founders Cup in Phoenix.  Brooke opening with a 5-under 67 at Desert Ridge to sit three shots back of the lead.

Playoff hockey at TD Place. 67’s begin their journey to the Memorial Cup tonight when they take on the visiting Hamilton Bulldogs.

The Sens, in Calgary, drop a 5-1 decision to the Flames.

Montreal gets some much-needed help from Edmonton.  Oilers play spoiler with a 4-1 win over Columbus.  The Blue Jackets fall out of a playoff spot with the loss combined with the Habs’s  4-0 win over the Islanders.  The Canadians now one point up on Columbus for the second wild card in the East.

The Vegas Golden Knights blank the Winnipeg Jets 5-0.  Bruins rout the Devils 5-1.

The Ottawa Junior Sens beat Kanata 5-1 for a two-one lead in their CCHL playoff series.

The Smiths Falls Bears, down two-nothing, are in Brockville tonight.

Ottawa Junior Canadians dump Casselman 3-1 in tier-two playoff action.

Felix Auger-Aliassime is one of three Canadians hitting the court today for men’ singles action at the Miami Open. The teenager faces Hungary’s Marton Fucsovics in the second round. Auger-Aliassime is joined by Number 12 seed Milos Raonic and Number 20 seed Denis Shapovalov. They received first-round byes.

Canadian Bianca Andreescu meets a familiar face in her next round at the Miami Open. Bianca faces Number 32 Sofia Kenin of the U-S. The American was the last player to beat Andreescu, back in the semifinals of the W-T-A tournament in Mexico _ the week before Andreescu’s title win at Indian Wells on Sunday. The Canadian is 29-and-3 on the year.

Canada’s Chelsea Carey is under some pressure at the world women’s curling championship in Denmark. Canada was tied with Japan and the United States for sixth place in the 13-team event heading into the final day of preliminary-round action. Only the top six teams make the playoffs after the round-robin concludes.

The Raptors will try and sweep a home-and-home set with Oklahoma City tonight at Scotiabank Arena. Pascal Siakim led the way with 33 points for Toronto in its 123-114 overtime road win over the Thunder on Wedneday. The Raptors will be without Kyle Lowry again because of a sprained ankle.

Roger Sloan of Merritt, B-C and Mackenzie Hughes of Dundas, Ontario have some ground to make up in the second round of the P-G-A’s Valspar Championship in Florida. They are the top Canadians at 1-under _ four shots back of co-leaders Joel Dahmen and Sepp Straka.

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