- Reilly Smith and David Krejci scored goals 98 seconds apart late in the third period to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 victory in Jarome Iginla's first ever visit to Calgary. The former Flames captain was met with a standing ovation when he skated out to represent the Bruins at the ceremonial puck-drop.
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- The Los Angeles Kings got goals from six different players and romped past the Montreal Canadiens 6-0 on Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. Peter Budaj replaced Carey Price after the fourth goal in the second period for the Canadiens. Rookie Martin Jones stopped 30 shots for his second straight shutout.
- Led by Manu Ginobili's 16 points, seven Spurs scored in double figures as San Antonio recovered from a slow start to thump the depleted Toronto Raptors 116-103 in NBA play Tuesday night. Toronto (7-13) led by as much as 14 in the first quarter but, with little help available on the bench, faded fast and San Antonio (16-4) pulled ahead as the game wore on.
- Alex Ovechkin scored four goals, including the equalizer with 32.4 seconds left in regulation, and the Washington Capitals rallied to beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 6-5 in a shootout Tuesday night. Ovechkin increased his NHL-leading total to 26 goals and became Washington's career leader in power-play goals.
- Kevin Shattenkirk slammed a power-play goal through traffic Tuesday that was deflected into the Winnipeg Jets net to give the St. Louis Blues a 2-1 win. Bryan Little scored for the Jets (14-14-4), who started a little slow but more than held their own in the first period, outshooting the Blues (20-6-3) by an 8-2 margin.
- Zemgus Girgensons scored the tying goal in the second period and added a score in the 10th round of a shootout to lift the Buffalo Sabres to a 2-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night. Ryan Miller made 35 saves for the Sabres, who snapped a three-game losing skid. Matt Moulson, Brian Flynn and Steve Ott also scored for Buffalo in the shootout.
- New York Rangers captain Ryan Callahan will be sidelined for four to six weeks because of a sprained left knee sustained Tuesday night in a 4-1 loss to the Nashville Predators. Callahan, tied for second on the Rangers with seven goals, was injured midway through the first period and didn't return to the game.
- The Toronto Maple Leafs will be without their top defenceman for the next couple of games. Dion Phaneuf was suspended two games following his phone hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety for a hit from behind on Boston Bruins defenceman Kevan Miller on Sunday.
- Gary Bettman has always been careful not to get fans' hopes up in cities that want an NHL franchise. That continued Tuesday when the commissioner reiterated the league has no official expansion plans in the offing. It won't happen for the 2014-15 season and maybe not even in 2015-16, but that hasn't stopped the calls from pouring in.
- Roy Hibbert scored 24 points and Paul George had 15 of his 17 points during a second-half rally to lead the Pacers past Miami 90-84 Tuesday night in a matchup of the Eastern Conference's top two teams. Indiana improved its league-best record to 19-3 and extended its lead to three full games by beating Miami at home for the fourth straight time.
- Scottie Wilbekin scored a career-high 18 points, Dorian Finney-Smith added 15 and No. 19 Florida held on to beat No. 13 Kansas and Andrew Wiggins 67-61 Tuesday night. Freshman Wiggins of Vaughan, Ont., led the Jayhawks (6-3) with 26 points and 11 rebounds -- his first double-double and both career highs. Kansas has lost two straight.
- TSN Hockey Insiders Bob McKenzie, Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger gathered for the latest installment of Insider Trading and the topics discussed were what a rising salary cap means for PK Subban's contract negotiations, the coaching situation with the New York Islanders, the Buffalo Sabres' search for a new general manager, what stories emerged from Tuesday's Board of Governors meetings and more.
- The Chicago Blackhawks will be forced to rely on their backup goaltenders for the next three weeks. Blackhawks coach Joe Quenneville announced Tuesday that goaltender Corey Crawford will miss three weeks with a groin injury.
- With Blue Jays GM Alex Anthopoulos uncomfortable, at least for the time being, with the market price for mid-range starting pitching and with no acquisition, either through free agency or via trade apparently imminent, Brandon Morrow's return to health is crucial to the Jays becoming the contender many thought they would be a year ago. TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur has more from the baseball winter meetings.
- Baseball's Winter Meetings used to be the highlight of the off season. They still are, to a certain degree, but not nearly what they once were. Alex Anthopoulos has presided over four Winter Meetings and has made just two trades of note over that span. To be fair to Alex, he did most of his heavy lifting last year before the meetings; including that mammoth 12-player deal with the Marlins.
- In Tuesday's editon of C'Mon Ref, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser answers a question about the discipline process for the officials themselves. Players are subject to fines and suspensions that are announced publicly - what happens to officials who make mistakes?
- Hands up if you've ever turned a trip to the grocery store into a chance to pick up a new accessory or two with your milk and bread. Nearly everybody has the desire to keep some of their spending on the down-low. A 2012 poll conducted for the website creditcards.com found that 7% of live-in couples have some sort of hidden financial account. It is much healthier, however, for couples to agree to a set amount of discretionary spending they don't need to talk to their partner about. Here are seven seemingly innocent expenses that you should never hide from your partner. by Rebecca Cuneo Keenan