Fredrik Modin scored twice in the Tampa Bay Lightning's 5-2 victory over Washington on Friday night.
Vincent Lecavalier, Martin St. Louis and Cory Stillman added goals to help Tampa Bay snap an 11-game regular-season losing streak in Washington.
Jaromir Jagr and Jason Doig scored for the Capitals.
Bruins 4, Blue Jackets 0
In Columbus, Ohio, Glen Murray scored twice and Boston goalie Felix Potvin made 24 saves for his second shutout of the season and the 30th of his 12-year career.
Dan McGillis and Brian Rolston each had a goal and an assist for the Bruins, 3-0-1-0 in their last four games.
Penguins 2, Sabres 1, OT
In Buffalo, New York, Aleksey Morozov scored at 3:09 of overtime to lift Pittsburgh past Buffalo.
Drake Berehowsky also scored and Sebastien Caron made 21 saves to help the Penguins snap a four-game losing streak. Daniel Briere scored for Buffalo.
Coyotes 3, Stars 3
In Dallas, Phoenix's Branko Radivojevic scored his second goal of the game with 49.5 seconds left in regulation.
A sudden shortage of locks in Australian rugby union has opened the door for Matt Philip to reclaim his Wallabies jersey, but the Melbourne Rebels player says that the uncertainties wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic have left him with a difficult choice. The Australian yesterday named Philip among 16 Rebels players either set to leave the Super Rugby club or seriously considering it, underscoring the challenge Rugby Australia faces to retain talent. Linked with a move to Section Paloise Bearn Pyrenees, commonly referred to as Pau, in France’s Top 14, Philip said that he had yet to settle his playing future, and
The Rakuten Monkeys remained atop the CPBL table, despite a 5-7 loss to the Uni-President Lions in Taoyuan yesterday, while the CTBC Brothers fell to the Fubon Guardians at the Taichung Intercontinental Stadium. The visiting Guardians blasted three home runs in their 7-3 triumph, helping Dominican pitcher Henry Sosa pocket his second win of the season. Improving his record to 2-2, Sosa sailed through seven innings, allowing six hits while striking out five. He gave up one earned run in the opening frame, with two Brothers relievers mopping up the final two innings. Fubon’s marquee stars, designated hitter Hu Chin-lung and first baseman
When Chinese Super League club Tianjin Tianhai surprisingly thrashed Rafael Benitez’s Dalian Yifang 5-1 to stay in the league in November last year, disgruntled fans were quick to allege corruption — the legacy of a murky past that exploded into scandal 10 years ago. Benitez, who led Liverpool to the 2005 UEFA Champions League title, was perplexed by one of the heaviest defeats of his coaching career, saying: “This is a game that I don’t quite understand.” Despite fan complaints to the Chinese Football Association (CFA), no case was brought and there is no evidence of wrongdoing. However, the haste with which some
Georgian tennis star Nikoloz Basilashvili, ranked 27th in the world, was on Sunday charged with physically assaulting his ex-wife, prosecutors said. A court in Tbilisi charged Basilashvili with perpetrating “violence against a family member committed in the presence of a minor,” before releasing him on US$30,000 bail, prosecutor Natia Guruli said. He faces up to three years in prison if found guilty. Basilashvili’s ex-wife, Neka Dorokashvili, on Sunday told Mtavari TV that Basilashvili “physically assaulted” her on Friday in the presence of their five-year-old son. Basilashvili denied the charges, his lawyer Irma Chkadua said. The 28-year-old won his second ATP Tour title at the China