A bronze medal at the Winter Games for Alex Beaulieu of Quebec City in the men`s ski slopestyle.
Canada`s Rachel Homan came back for a 10-8 victory over Switzerland in women`s curling to improve to 2-3.
Canada has 5 gold, 5 silver and 6 bronze so far and sits in 3rd place with 16 medals. That’s one behind Germany for second place. Norway leads with 25 medals including 9 gold.
The Charlottetown Islanders edged the Val-d’Or Foreurs, 4-3 in overtime in the Q. Pascal Aquin tied the game early in the third and defenseman P.O. Joseph was set up by Aquin and Keith Getson at 2.28 of overtime for the winner. Sullivan Sparkes and Brett Budgell also scored for Charlottetown. The Islanders went 2-1 on their three game Quebec road trip.
Summerside defenseman Noah Dobson set up two goals including the winner as Acadie-Bathurst got by Cape Breton, 5-4 in overtime.
Rouyn-Noranda dropped Saint John, 5-3.
The Summerside Western Capitals surrendered four goals in the third and fell 7-4 in Campbellton in the MHL. Sebastien Cormier scored twice for the Caps. Jordan Spence added a goal and assist.
The UPEI men’s hockey Panthers are in Halifax tonight in the third and deciding game of the AUS quarter-finals. UPEI won 2-1 on Friday night to force the final game with Saint Mary’s. Defense appears to be the key. Saint Mary’s had outscored UPEI 42-12 prior to the third period in Game 1 in seven games this season. The Panthers have allowed the Huskies to score just once in the past four periods.
Two goals in the third was the difference for Pittsburgh in a 5-3 win over Toronto in the NHL.
Reilly Smith had pair of goals and assist as the Las Vegas Golden Knights routed Montreal, 6-3.
Derick Brassard had a goal and two helpers as Ottawa dropped the NY Rangers, 6-3.
Lou Eriksson scored twice as Vancouver surprised Boston, 6-1.
Vancouver 6 Boston 1
Florida 6 Calgary 3
Ottawa 6 N.Y. Rangers 3
Arizona 1 Edmonton 0
Vegas 6 Montreal 3
Pittsburgh 5 Toronto 3
Los Angeles 4 Buffalo 2
Anaheim 3 Minnesota 2 (SO)
New Jersey 4 Tampa Bay 3
Detroit 3 Nashville 1
Chicago 7 Washington 1
The UPEI women’s basketball Panthers lost 88-56 at UNB. Jenna Mae Ellsworth scored 21 points. Kiera Rigby was held to 9 points.
The men’s Panthers fell to 3-16 as they lost 77-66 to the Reds. Milo Sedlarevic led UPEI with 18 points.
South Side swept its first round playoff series in Island Jr. C with a 9-2 win over the Georgetown Eagles winning the quarter-final, 3-0.
North River is up 2-1 after a 4-2 win over Summerside.
UPEI at Saint Mary’s in the deciding game of the AUS men’s hockey quarter-finals at 7.00 in Halifax.
Island Jr. B hockey tonight.
Sherwood Metros at the Western Red Wings in Evangeline at 7.00.
Also at 7.00 the Eastern Maniacs visit the Kensington Vipers.