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Jets use four-goal third period to win against the Blackhawks

WINNIPEG—Andrew Copp may have found his calling playing centre.

Moving from the wing to the middle due to injuries, the Winnipeg forward has been a force for the Winnipeg Jets lately.

Copp scored the go-ahead goal as part of a four-goal third period, and the Jets came from behind to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 5-2 last night.

Djokovic nabs 8th Australian Open title

MELBOURNE, Australia—Novak Djokovic was looking weary and worn down. He felt dizzy and trailed Dominic Thiem in the Australian Open final—miscues mounting, deficit growing.

Djokovic did what he does, though. He refused to lose, waited for a chance to pounce and found his best tennis when absolutely necessary. Even threw in a wrinkle, serve-and-volleying twice when facing break point.

Flames edge rival Oilers

EDMONTON—There was definitely an old-school, playoff atmosphere on display in Edmonton last night.

Sean Monahan scored the shootout winner as the Calgary Flames snapped a two-game skid with a 4-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.

Andrew Mangiapane had a pair of goals and Elias Lindholm also scored for the Flames, who improved to 27-19-6.

Djokovic adds to Slam streak vs. Federer at Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia—Novak Djokovic was wondering, right along with everyone else, what sort of shape Roger Federer would be in for their Australian Open semifinal.

At age 38, despite dealing with a painful groin muscle and coming off a draining five-setter, Federer came out just fine, it seemed, and soon was up 4-1 and love-40, holding a trio of break chances as Djokovic served.