The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are back home after a split weekend against the Red Lake Miners. The Dogs took game one in the best-of-five semi-final series, but couldn't get the second win last night as the Miners won 3-2. The teams will face off tomorrow and Wednesday for games three and four at the Dog Pound. 

Jeff Gussy Gustafson of Kenora is happy with his recent result in the Guaranteed Rate Bassmaster Elite. He placed 19th overall in Tennessee over the weekend, catching his limit in his three days competing with a total of 46pounds 1 ounce. The top ten anglers after day three moved on to the championships. Jason Christie of Oklahoma placed first. 

Scottie Scheffler is the world's Number 1 golfer, and now the reigning Masters champion. Scheffler defeated Rory McIlroy by three strokes at Augusta National. He started Sunday with a three-shot lead, and made sure it held up, closing with a 1-under 71. Scheffler finished at 10-under 278 overall, winning for the fourth time in his last six tournaments.

The Toronto Raptors ended their regular season with a 105-94 loss to the New York Knicks, finishing with a 48-and-34 record. Toronto will get the week off before beginning the playoffs as the Number 5 seed Saturday against Number 4 Philadelphia.

Coming off their first loss of the season -- a 12-6 beating by the Texas Rangers -- the Blue Jays are hitting the road to take on the Yankees in New York in a four-game series. Alek Manoah (mah-NOH'-ah) will get the start for Toronto.

And there’s only one game in the NHL tonight, as the Winnipeg Jets are still looking for a few more points to make the playoffs, and they’ll face off against the Habs tonight at 6.  

The Jets are coming off of a win against the Senators Sunday, but an overtime loss against the Avalanche Friday night. They have 79 points, sitting 7 and 8 points back of Nashville and Dallas, who hold the final two wildcard spots in the west.

Winnipeg is also behind Vegas with 84 points and Vancouver with 80, in the same amount of games. To make things worse, Blake Wheeler and Mark Scheiffele are both out with injuries. Boston and Washington have all but locked up the wildcard spots in the east.