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Skaters break record

HELSINKI—Canadian ice dancing darlings Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir are poised to capture their third title at the world figure skating championships.

Skating to a Prince medley, the Olympic gold- and silver-medallists scored 82.43 points to break their own world record in the short dance today in Helsinki.

Fowler in early lead

HUMBLE, Tex.—Rickie Fowler shot an eight-under 64 for a one-shot lead over Sung Kang after the first round of the Houston Open yesterday.

Fowler had his best round in six appearances at the tournament, topping a previous low score of 68.

He overcame damp conditions and a chilly, breezy morning to jump out to a hot start.

Flames miss chance to clinch

CALGARY—Jarome Iginla hasn't decided yet if this will be his final NHL season.

But if it is, he had a stirring final game in the city that was his home for 16 seasons.

Iginla scored his 100th career game-winning goal, added an assist, and also had a fight as the L.A. Kings kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames.