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OT turnover costly for Ducks

ANAHEIM, Calif.—After Ryan Getzlaf inexplicably left the puck sitting at the Arizona blueline in overtime, Mikkel Boedker gratefully accepted the gift and exchanged it for a big road win for his Coyotes.

Boedker scored on a breakaway 1:18 into OT after an atrocious turnover by the Ducks’ captain as the Coyotes snapped Anaheim’s four-game winning streak with a 4-3 victory last night.

Redblacks clinch East title

OTTAWA—Veteran Henry Burris never doubted his ability—despite age not being on his side at this point in his career.

Burris threw for six touchdowns, and set a single-season record for completions, as the Ottawa Redblacks clinched first place in the East Division with a 44-28 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Saturday afternoon.

Jets edged in shootout

OTTAWA—The Senators may not have played perfect hockey last night.

But they were satisfied with the end result.

Mika Zibanejad scored the shootout winner as Ottawa edged the Winnipeg Jets 3-2, giving the Senators just their second home this season.

“There were small, very small lapses where we got away from it at times, but I think we rebounded well,” said Kyle Turris.

Heat beat T’wolves

MINNEAPOLIS—The Miami Heat were pummelling the young Minnesota Timberwolves into submission, but couldn’t quite get the knockout punch they were looking for.

Dwyane Wade delivered it. In a flash.

Wade showed no ill effects from a migraine headache two days ago, scoring 25 points to lead the Heat to a 96-84 victory last night.