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Price gets shutout as Habs beat Flames

MONTREAL—The Calgary Flames were determined to build on a very emotional game their last time out. Instead, they came out flat.

The Flames saw their five-game winning streak come to an end with a 2-0 loss to the Montreal Canadiens last night on Carey Price's 31-save shutout.

The defeat came two days after an intense 4-3 victory over the Edmonton Oilers.

Chiefs rally from 24-0 hole to beat Texans

KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Patrick Mahomes stalked up and down the sideline like a field marshal rallying his troops, the brilliant young quarterback imploring the Kansas City Chiefs to stay together even as the Houston Texans were on the verge of taking them apart.

The Chiefs already faced a 24-0 hole, bigger than any deficit they had overcome in franchise history.

Canada beats Russia for gold at world juniors

OSTRAVA, Czech Republic—Akil Thomas was in the crowd two years ago when little-used Tyler Steenbergen scored the winning goal for Canada at the world juniors.

Having just turned 18, he made a declaration to his friends.

“I'm going to score that goal one day," Thomas told them. "That's going to be me, watch.”

The statement turned out to be eerily prescient.