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Canada dominates super-G podium

Erik Guay phoned up the mountain to teammate Manuel Osborne-Paradis after laying down a winning time in the super-G at the world alpine ski championship yesteray.

His scouting report helped put two Canadian men on the world championship podium for the first time in the 44-year history of the biennial event.

At 35, Guay became the oldest skier to win a world alpine title.

Blackhawks pull out OT win against Wild

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Sure, no game is a must-win this time of year.

Still, the Chicago Blackhawks couldn't afford to slip much further behind the Minnesota Wild.

Jonathan Toews scored a power-play goal 3:09 into overtime to lift the Blackhawks over the Western Conference-leading Wild 4-3 last night.

With the win, the Blackhawks closed within five points of Minnesota.

T'wolves stun Raptors

MINNEAPOLIS—That Andrew Wiggins came through with a huge night against his hometown team didn't come as a surprise.

That he did it with Lance Stephenson by his side certainly qualified as one.

Wiggins scored 31 points, and Tyus Jones hit a three-pointer with 19.5 seconds left, as the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Toronto Raptors 112-109 last night.

Leafs topped in OT

NEW YORK—After climbing back from a two-goal deficit, the N.Y. Islanders didn't get deflated when Toronto regained the lead late in regulation time.

They simply found a way to post another big home win.

Brock Nelson's second goal of the game at 2:42 of overtime lifted the Islanders to a 6-5 victory last night.

Oilers edge Habs

MONTREAL—Connor McDavid didn't have a goal or even an assist, but the Edmonton Oiler phenom's 100th NHL game was eventful just the same.

He led all forwards with 20:43 of ice time, topped all players with six shots on goal, and drew three penalties in the Oilers' 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Leon Draisaitl's shootout goal yesterday afternoon.