CINCINNATI—No matter how high the stakes, how big the deficit, or how late in the game, Ben Roethlisberger and his tough-to-catch play-makers always find a way to leave the Bengals wondering what just happened.
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CALGARY—Brian Elliott's return to Scotiabank Saddledome went much better than when he last played there during the playoffs.
Elliott made 43 saves as the Philadelphia Flyers snapped a 10-game losing skid with a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames last night.
HOUSTON — J.J. Watt raised more than $37 million for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts and Jose Altuve led the Houston Astros to their first World Series title, both giving hope to the city as it picked up the pieces from the devastating storm.
WINNIPEG—Connor Hellebuyck was relieved to finally shut the door on an opponent this season.
The Winnipeg Jets' goalie got his first shutout of the season with a 21-save performance in a 5-0 victory over the Ottawa Senators yesterday but shared the credit with his high-flying teammates.
ATLANTA—The Vikings frustrated Matt Ryan, blanketed Julio Jones, and kept the Atlanta Falcons out of the end zone.
Minnesota's eighth straight victory was all about defence.
EDMONTON—Patrick Marleau earned one of the easiest goals of his career last night against the Edmonton Oilers.
Marleau was credited with the game-winner in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 6-4 victory over Edmonton after Oilers' defenceman Kris Russell blasted the puck into his own net while trying to clear it with just over a minute to go.
NASSAU, Bahamas—Tiger Woods looked a lot better in his return to golf than he did when he left.
Playing for the first time since his fourth back surgery, Woods returned from a 10-month layoff with a three-under 69 on a breezy Thursday in the Bahamas that left him three shots behind Tommy Fleetwood after the opening round of the Hero World Challenge.
ARLINGTON, Tex.—Dak Prescott was getting X-rays on his swollen right hand when rookie Ryan Switzer scored his first career touchdown on an 83-yard punt return.
GOLD COAST, Australia—Sergio Garcia withstood two rain delays and his earliest career starting time for a five-under 67 and was a stroke behind the leaders at the Australian PGA Championship.
Adam Bland, who bogeyed his final hole, and fellow Australian Jordan Zunic, who chipped in for eagle on his last, shared the first-round lead today after afternoon starts.
TORONTO—Dwane Casey called his team's third quarter effort last night mind-boggling.
With the Raptors leading 71-52 at halftime, the Charlotte Hornets came out of the break on a 19-2 run and cut Toronto's lead to two points.