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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

WEDNESDAY SPORTSBREAK

Addison Russell hit a grand slam and drove in a record-tying six runs, leading the Chicago Cubs past the Cleveland Indians 9-3 to force the World Series to a deciding Game 7. Kris Bryant had four hits for Chicago and homered for the second straight game. The Cubs are trying to overcome a 3-1 Series deficit tomorrow for their first championship since 1908.

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Patrick Kane had a goal and two assists to lead the Chicago Blackhawks past the Flames 5-1 for their third straight win. Corey Crawford finished with 33 saves after posting his first shutout of the season on Sunday. Michael Frolik scored a short-handed goal for Calgary. The Flames won the first matchup of the season between the two teams in October.

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Jay Beagle scored with 30 seconds left in the third period and Braden Holtby made 43 saves as the Capitals edged the Winnipeg Jets 3-2. The victory extended Washington's win streak to three games. Marcus Johansson had a goal and an assist and Karl Alzner also scored for the Caps. Mark Scheifele netted his fifth goal for Winnipeg. Adam Lowry had the other.

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Nazem Kadri got his second goal of the game in overtime, lifting the Maple Leafs over the Oilers 3-2 at Air Canada Centre. Connor McDavid and Auston Matthews were scoreless in the anticipated first matchup of the last two number one overall picks. McDavid was playing his first NHL game in Toronto.

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Craig Anderson continued his strong play with a 32-save performance as the Senators defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1. He was coming off a shutout on Sunday after learning his wife, Nicholle, had been diagnosed with cancer. Kyle Turris scored the overtime winner with Dion Phaneuf also chipping in for the Sens.

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Anthony Davis scored 35 points to go with 15 rebounds but once again, it was not enough for New Orleans in a 117-113 loss to the Bucks. It was the third time Davis has scored at least that many points. The Pelicans have dropped its first four games, including three at home. Giannis Antetokounmpo led Milwaukee with 24 points and 10 rebounds.

(The Canadian Press)

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