- Tyler Seguin had three goals and two assists to lead the Dallas Stars to a 6-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night. Jamie Benn, Alex Goligoski and Ryan Garbutt also scored for Dallas, which built a 5-0 lead. Kari Lehtonen made 31 saves, and Benn and Rich Peverley each had two assists.
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- Jhonas Enroth made 43 saves to spoil the return of Tampa Bay star Steven Stamkos and the Buffalo Sabres beat the Lightning 3-1 on Thursday night. Stamkos had been sidelined since breaking his right shin Nov. 11 at Boston, causing him to miss 45 games.
- Mike Richards scored the game winner on a Winnipeg Jets' giveaway to lift the Los Angeles Kings to a 3-1 win Thursday night. The victory ran the Kings' (36-22-6) winning streak to six games.
- Andre Benoit scored off an assist from rookie Nathan MacKinnon with 31.4 seconds left in overtime, lifting the Colorado Avalanche to a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night. MacKinnon has a point in 13 straight games, breaking Wayne Gretzky's record for an 18-year-old NHL player.
- Kevin Glenn doesn't want to continue his CFL career with the expansion Ottawa Redblacks. The veteran quarterback says he's asked the Redblacks to be traded. Ottawa selected Glenn, 34, on Dec. 15 in the first round of the CFL expansion draft after compiling a 20-8 record as a starter the last two years with the Calgary Stampeders.
- The National Hockey League is reversing part of its punishment against the New Jersey Devils for cap circumvention when they signed forward Ilya Kovalchuk nearly four years ago. The NHL is forgiving $1.5 million of its original fine and is giving the club the the 30th overall pick in this year's draft.
- The favourites going into the 2014 Canadian men's curling championship are the favourites coming out as the round robin draws to a close with Alberta, Manitoba and B.C. sitting one, two, three. Alberta's Kevin Koe sits at 9-1 in top spot with only one game left Friday norning, after a 9-6 win over Prince Edward Island Thursday afternoon.
- The Toronto Raptors will celebrate their 20th anniversary in the NBA by bringing purple back -- for a few games, anyway. The team announced Thursday it will return to the original purple jersey used by the Raptors in the 1990s for select home games during the 2014-15 season.
- Tiger Woods only made it through 10 holes Thursday - this time because of the weather, not his back. The opening round of the Cadillac Championship was stopped for more than two hours because of menacing thunderstorms. Woods failed to make a birdie in the 10 holes he played.
- Andrew Wiggins remembers sitting in the bleachers of Allen Fieldhouse long after the final whistle, watching as the crowd showered the departing Kansas players with love. It may not have been that exact moment that the nation's No. 1 recruit decided he would play his only season of college basketball with the Jayhawks. But the outpouring of support on senior night certainly played a role in his decision, one that he doesn't regret for a moment.
- Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson announced Thursday that his office has filed a criminal complaint to charge Aaron Hernandez with assault and battery after a jailhouse fight. The fight, which took place Feb. 24, was between Hernandez and another inmate while the two were supposed to be in isolation.
- New head coach Tom Higgins introduced the coaching staff for the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday, which includes three former coaches from the Quebec football conference as well as former Alouettes defensive end Anwar Stewart.
- The Denver Broncos say they have released cornerback Champ Bailey after 10 seasons with the team. His release Thursday was a cost-cutting move, with the 12-time Pro Bowler scheduled to make around $10 million next season.
- The Los Angeles Kings' 3-1 vicotry over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday made it six straight wins since the Olympic break, a team that won once in 10 games before the break. The loss drops the Jets to three points back of Dallas for the final spot in the Western Conference. Dennis Beyak has more.
- Scott Cullen spent the past weekend at the 2014 Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston. Among many interesting matters discussed, as it pertains to the use of statistics in sports: tanking in the NBA, advances in defensive analytics in baseball, projections, injury prevention, big data and more.