STOCKHOLM - Paul Henderson is having such a good year, he threatened to steal Mats Sundin's No. 13 at the International Ice Hockey Hall of Fame induction.
It's been non-stop recognition in 2013 for Henderson and his heroics for Canada in the 1972 Summit Series against the Soviet Union.
Henderson joined Sundin in a class of IIHF player inductees on Sunday, which also included Sweden's Peter Forsberg, Finland's Teppo Numminen and Canada's Danielle Goyette.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Sunday's game between the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees has been postponed due to rain.
No makeup date was set for the AL East rivals, who are not scheduled to meet again in the Bronx until August.
Toronto manager John Gibbons said before the game that right-hander R.A. Dickey would pitch Monday at home against Tampa Bay if the game were rained out. Yankees left-hander C.C. Sabathia is likely to pitch on Monday as well. The Yankees had previously said that either Phil Hughes or rookie Vidal Nuno would go against Baltimore on Monday.
VANCOUVER - Will Johnson got mad — and then he helped his team get even.
Johnson scored on a penalty kick and earned an assist as the short-handed Portland Timbers came back to earn a 2-2 draw with the Vancouver Whitecaps on Saturday in Major League Soccer action.
Johnson's heroics occurred after his foul enabled Vancouver to take a 1-0 lead into the dressing room at halftime. The 26-year-old Toronto native felt extra motivation after his early miscue.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The Los Angeles Kings are now the team bemoaning a late penalty while the San Jose Sharks celebrate a dramatic win.
With the script being flipped from Game 2 in Los Angeles, the Sharks have played their way back into this second-round series against their Southern California rivals.
SASKATOON - Nathan MacKinnon doesn't think Saturday's performance at the MasterCard Memorial Cup will change the minds of many NHL scouts, but the flashy centre is sure of one thing — the Halifax Mooseheads deserve their ranking as the No. 1 team in the Canadian Hockey League.
BALTIMORE - Matt Joyce hit a big two-run double in a six-run ninth-inning rally, lifting the Tampa Bay Rays to a 10-6 victory over the Orioles on Saturday, ending Baltimore's franchise-record streak of 109 straight wins when leading after seven innings.
Joyce also homered and finished 3 for 5 with five RBIs.
It was the third straight road victory for the Rays, all of them come-from-behind wins.
Trailing 6-4, Kelly Johnson hit a one-out homer off Jim Johnson (1-4), whose club-record streak of 35 straight saves ended Tuesday.
INDIANAPOLIS - Indiana spent the entire season perfecting its defence.
On Saturday, it produced the biggest payoff for the Pacers in nearly a decade.
Roy Hibbert's block of Carmelo Anthony's dunk attempt midway through the fourth quarter spurred an 11-2 run that rallied the Pacers to a 106-99 victory in Game 6 of their second-round series, sending them into their first Eastern Conference final since 2004.
JARAGUA DO SUL, Brazil - Vitor Belfort delivered one of the most spectacular knockouts of his career on Saturday, beating Luke Rockhold in the first round of the main event of "UFC on FX 8: Belfort vs. Rockhold."
Known as an aggressive striker, Belfort (23-10) instead paced himself as the engaged in the early going and showed restraint by not overcommitting against the larger Rockhold (10-2).
SAN DIEGO - Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn was ejected from San Diego State's game Saturday for arguing with the umpires following the ejection of one of his players that was then overturned.
It was Gwynn's third ejection in 11 seasons as coach at his alma mater. The Aztecs lost 11-7 to New Mexico.
Plate umpire Dominic Giarratano called SDSU's John Spirk out and ejected him after he collided with New Mexico catcher Alex Real in the seventh inning, believing the SDSU player had thrown an elbow.
CHICAGO - In case they weren't aware already, the Chicago Blackhawks now know they're going to have to earn it if they want to get past Detroit.
The Red Wings hammered home that message on Saturday.
Damien Brunner and Brendan Smith scored in the second period and Detroit beat the Blackhawks 4-1 in Game 2 to even their Western Conference semifinal series.
It was a strong response by the Red Wings after Chicago handled them easily in the series opener, 4-1.