• Former NHL All-Star Bill White dies at 77

    CHICAGO (AP) — Bill White, a former Chicago Blackhawks all-star defenseman and a member of Canada’s 1972 Summit Series team, has died. He was 77.

  • Logan Brown helps Windsor rout Seattle in Memorial Cup

    WINDSOR, Ontario (AP) — Logan Brown capped an early 38-second, three-goal burst and had two assists to help the Windsor Spitfires beat the Seattle Thunderbirds 7-1 on Sunday night in the Memorial Cup.

  • Penguins strike early, rout Senators 7-0 to take 3-2 lead

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan calls it “getting to our game.”

  • Castillo leads Orioles past Blue Jays 7-5

    BALTIMORE (AP) — When Welington Castillo came to the plate, a sellout crowd at Camden Yards began to cheer in anticipation of another electrifying performance.

  • Castillo leads Orioles past Blue Jays 7-5

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Welington Castillo hit a go-ahead home run for the second consecutive game to lead the Baltimore Orioles past the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 on Saturday night at sold out Camden Yards.

  • Ignacio Piatti scores twice, Impact beat 10-man Timbers 4-1

    MONTREAL (AP) — Ignacio Piatti scored twice to become Montreal’s career MLS goals leader, Kyle Fisher had his first career goal and the Impact beat the 10-man Portland Timbers 4-1 on Saturday.

  • Sidney Crosby, Penguins beat Senators 3-2 to tie series

    OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist and the resurgent Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 on Friday night to even the Eastern Conference finals at 2-2.

  • Penguins turn to Matt Murray for Game 4 of Eastern final

    OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — The Pittsburgh Penguins will give Matt Murray his first start of the playoffs in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final Friday night in Ottawa.

  • Stroman hits first HR; Blue Jays top Teheran, Braves 9-0

    ATLANTA (AP) — John Gibbons thought Marcus Stroman might be the perfect choice to stop the Toronto Blue Jays’ skid after three straight losses to Atlanta.

  • Toronto CF Kevin Pillar apologizes for using anti-gay slur

    ATLANTA (AP) — Toronto Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar apologized Thursday for directing an anti-gay slur at a Braves pitcher, which could lead to disciplinary action from Major League Baseball.