Brooke Henderson is tied for 16th after the first round of the ANA Inspiration in Rancho Mirage, California. The Smiths Falls golfer shot one under and is three shots behind the leader. She’ll be teeing off just after 11, our time, this morning in the next round.

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The 67’s swept the Hamilton Bulldogs in their first-round playoff series. Second round will be a lot tougher.  The Sudbury Wolves were one of the hottest teams down the stretch. Wolves in at the TD Place Arena tonight for game one of should be a great series.   Game 2 goes Sunday, also at TD Place.

Joey Daccord makes his NHL debut but his 36-save effort wasn’t enough as the Sens fall 5-2 to the Sabres.

The Canadians will need some help to make the playoffs.   Capitals clinch the Metropolitan Division title with a 2-1 victory over Montreal. The loss leaves the Habs on the outside of the playoff picture with just one game to play. They must win it and have Columbus lose both of their games just to have any chance.

Carolina clinches with a 3-1 win over the Devils.

Leafs lose 3-1 to the Lightning but have defenceman Jake Gardiner back in the lineup after missing 18 games with a back injury.

The Winnipeg Jets fall out of first place in the Central Division with a 3-2 overtime loss against the Avalanche in Colorado.  The Predators beat the Canucks  3-2 to jump Winnipeg.

The Blue Jays didn’t get their first hit until the top of the ninth in a 4-1 loss to the Indians.

The Raptors can finish no better than second in the East after a big performance from Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo. Antetokounmpo outdueled fellow M-V-P candidate Joel Embiid, finishing with 45 points and 13 rebounds as the Bucks beat the Philadelphia 76ers 128-122 to clinch top spot in the Eastern Conference.

Canada’s Kevin Koe went 1-and-1 on the second last day of round-robin play at the world men’s curling championship. Canada opened with a 6-3 win against the U-S before falling 8-6 to Scotland. Canada is tied for fourth at 7-and-3. The top six teams will make the playoffs.

Emily Clark had a pair of goals as Canada defeated Switzerland 6-0 in the Group A opener of the women’s world hockey championship. Canada played without forward and captain Marie-Philip Poulin, who has a knee injury. Meanwhile, the defending champion U-S scored five unanswered third-period goals to beat host Finland 6-2.

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