Jan. 19, 2017
Morning Update 1/18/2017
Yes way Jose! The Toronto Blue Jays have come to a deal with slugger Jose Bautistsa. The deal includes 18 million dollars guarenteed with mutual options that could add an additional two years worth up to 42 million. With the outfield addressed, the Jays may now focus on retooling the Bullpen for the 2017 season
The Toronto Maple Leafs came back from a two goal deficit against the Sabres to win 4-3. But the win came at a Price. Top defenseman Morgan Riley left the game in the first period with a lower body injury after crashing into the boards. An announcement is expected later this afternoon to address the severity of Reilly's injury.
Good night all around for Canadian Hockey fans.
A pair of goals from Mark Stone and Mike Hoffman saw the Senetors win their fourth straight in the Scoottrade Centre 6-4. Ottawa hasn't lost in that building since 2011.
After dropping four of their last six, the Flames get back in the win column with a 5-2 win over Florida. The Panthers head to Edmonton to play the Oilers tonight.
Henrick Sedin's goal gave the Canucks the 1-0 win over Nashville. Henrick is just one point shy of 1,000 points in his career.
Kyle Lowry got the night off ahead of the second half of the back to back in his home town of Philadelphia. The offense didn't skip a beat. Cory Joseph posted a career high of 33 points and DeMar DeRozan added 36 with 11 rebounds for the double double. The Raptors are 9-0 against the Atlantic this season.
James Harden recorded his thirteenth triple double of the season with 40 points, 12 boards and 10 assists in Houston's 109-103 loss to Miami.
Clippers point guard Chris Paul is expected to miss 6-8 weeks following thumb surgery.
Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard is through to the third round of the Australian open after defeating China's Peng Shuai in straight sets.