Brian Mckeever of Canada competes in the cross country men's 10km, free.Jets fall to Caps: Ovechkin, Laine put on show but Kuznetsov snipes OT winner for Washington.
- Hardware haul: Brian McKeever becomes Canada's most decorated winter Paralympian
- Doug Brown: Bombers can't afford to miss out on Muamba
- Crusaders three-peat: St. Paul's claims third straight provincial high school hockey title with 4-1 win against Sturgeon Heights Huskies.
- Golden Knights edge Flyers: Las Vegas goaltender Fleury registers 400th win in 3-2 victory in Philadelphia.
- Sens stop Panthers' streak: Duchene, Pajaarvi pot two goals apiece as Ottawa ends Florida's eight-game home win streak.
What we're reading
Tiger Woods watches his birdie putt at the Valspar Championship Saturday.Jeff Blair: Why Vladimir Guerrero Jr. should flourish in his father’s shadow
- Tigermania in top form: The sight of Woods in contention on Sunday, clad in his traditional red shirt and black pants, was reminiscent of his heyday
- On the hot seat: As Capitals vie for division crown, Barry Trotz’s status remains uncertain
In case you missed it
- Rebounding for life: U of W student stunned doctors by returning to basketball court 192 days after horrific near-fatal stabbing
- Rare double: Brad Gushue wins second straight Canadian men's curling championship
What to watch
- NHL: The Jets wrap up their six-game road trip in Nashville vs the Predators / 7 pm / TSN3
Let's look ahead
- Elite 10: The St. James Civic Centre will host the world’s best men’s curlers this week as the fifth event of the 2017-18 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling season rolls into town. Starting Thursday and wrapping up Sunday, the event includes PyeongChang 2018 gold-medallist Team Shuster (Duluth, USA) and Canada’s Olympic team Team Koe (Calgary). Winnipeg’s Team Carruthers, Team Gunnlaugson and Team McEwen will also be part of the action
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