- Jiri Hudler scored 3:14 into overtime as the Calgary Flames avoided joining Edmonton in the Western Conference basement, defeating the Oilers 2-1 on Saturday. Edmonton tied the game with 10.1 seconds left to spoil rookie goalie Reto Berra's bid at his first career shutout. With their own goalie pulled, Oiler David Perron was able to send the puck behind the Calgary goalie from the side of the goal to Taylor Hall, who shovelled it into a wide-open net.
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- James van Riemsdyk scored the decisive shootout goal as the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Ottawa Senators 4-3 Saturday at Canadian Tire Centre. The Maple Leafs have now won two straight after snapping their five-game losing streak with an overtime win over Dallas on Thursday.
- Brandon Prust and Tomas Plekanec each had a goal and an assist to lead the Canadiens over the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 on Saturday and extend Montreal's win streak to five games. Alex Galchenyuk also scored for the Canadiens (19-9-3). Carey Price made 23 saves for the win. Tyler Ennis and Zemgus Girgensons scored for the Sabres (6-22-2), while Jhonas Enroth stopped 16 shots.
- Mark Scheifele scored 1:04 into overtime and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 on Saturday night. Scheifele scored from the near post off a nifty pass by Blake Wheeler. Wheeler also had a goal for Winnipeg, which finished 4-2 on its longest road trip of the season. The Jets were coming off a 5-2 loss Thursday night at Florida.
- Jennifer Jones scored three in the second end and never looked back as her Winnipeg rink rolled to an 8-4 win over Ontario's Sherry Middaugh in the women's final of the Canadian Curling Trials on Saturday. Jones and her rink will now represent Canada at Sochi 2014 in February.
- Some key misses Saturday by Kevin Martin handed his former third John Morris a ticket to the final to see which men's curling team will represent Canada at the Olympics. Martin lost 7-5 after leading 3-1 midway by letting Morris score a deuce in six and another in eight, then losing the hammer in nine when he failed to blank on an open hit.
- Michigan State shook up the BCS title chase again Saturday night. The No. 10 Spartans regained the lead on Connor Cook's 9-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Price with 11:41 left and upset No. 2 Ohio State 34-24 to take the Big Ten title and put Auburn back in the national title hunt.
- Emotions boiled over in a game between the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night, resulting in a pair of ugly incidents. Penguins forward kneed Brad Marchand of the Bruins in the head and then Bruins' tough guy Shawn Thornton pulled down Brooks Orpik of the Penguins with a slew foot, punched him in the head on the ice and left him unconscious. What suspensions should be handed out? It's Your! Call.
- Tiger Woods birdied two of his last three holes to salvage an even-par 72 in the wind and keep his two-shot lead over Zach Johnson in the World Challenge on Saturday. The score looked routine. The third round was not. Wind that pushed away some light rain at the start of the round created havoc in the foothills of Sherwood Country Club.
- Askia Booker brought Colorado fans storming onto the court by swishing a 30-footer at the buzzer Saturday to lift Colorado to a 75-72 victory over No. 6 Kansas, marking the program's first victory over the Jayhawks in 20 tries.
- The most unpredictable Premier League season in years threw up more surprises Saturday when Chelsea conceded an injury-time winner at Stoke and beleaguered defending champion Manchester United lost to Newcastle for a second home defeat in four days.
- Canada picked up its fifth gold medal at the World Sledge Hockey Challenge with a 3-1 win over the United States on Saturday. Canada got goals from Adam Dixon, Billy Bridges and Greg Westlake to open a 3-0 after 20 minutes and never looked back.
- Tessa Virtue of London, Ont., and Scott Moir of Ilderton, Ont., were edged out by Americans Meryl Davis and Charlie White for top spot in record performances Saturday in ice dancing at the ISU Grand Prix Final. Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat of France were third.
- Accompanied by a couple of his scouts, Raptors GM Masai Ujiri was returning from a road trip to Syracuse, where he watched the Orange defeat the Hoosiers Tuesday evening. All the while he kept an eye on what was unfolding on the opposite end of the country. With the Raptors on the verge of a historic collapse, all he could do was watch the score. TSN Radio 1050's Josh Lewenberg has more.
- Going into Friday's game the Raptors had one noticeable advantage over the surprisingly competitive Suns - their size. Dwane Casey's club misjudged this Suns team like others have done early in the season. As Toronto found out, their stature can be misleading. Their toughness set the tone and the Raptors, for all of the mismatches they planned to exploit, were in over their heads once again. TSN Radio 1050's Josh Lewenberg has more.
- It was late November and Jake Gardiner was trying to figure out what had gone wrong. The 23-year-old wanted to pinpoint precisely what was keeping him from having success. So he decided to hit the tape. Gardiner pulled out his iPad and scrutinized video of his performance in the first round against Boston last spring. TSN Radio 1050's Jonas Siegel has more.
- Fees, fees, fees. There are far too many of them that we know of and even a few more that we don't know about that are, sneakily, just added to our accounts. If you hate those fees (and who doesn't?) then here are a few ways you can either eliminate them completely or reduce them substantially. Some of the amounts may be small but they add up. By Gina Monaco
- Everyone knows it isn't enough to buy a new smartphone. You need accessories to go with it, too. As a perennial best-seller, Apple's iPhone has become one of the most accessorized mobile devices out there. If you can imagine it, chances are it's available for sale somewhere. But availability and affordability don't always get along. Once you're finished buying the phone and you start paying the monthly bill, you'd be forgiven for not having leftover budget for cases, chargers and other necessities of modern mobile life. That's why the holiday season was invented. And why we've compiled this handy list of cheap - but not fall-apart-cheap - accessories for your iPhone. By Carmi Levy.