The Dryden GM Ice Dogs are in dire need of a win after they fell another game to the Red Lake Miners last night 5-4. Dryden scored the first goal of the game in the first period, but Red Lake answered back with 2 goals and then 16 seconds later added another. The game went into overtime where the Miners' Noah Kramps got past Ice Dogs netminder Cole Johnston. The Miners lead 3-1 in the best-of-seven series. 

The Blue Jays will conclude their four-game series with the New York Yankees in the Bronx tonight with Kevin Gausman getting the start for Toronto. The Jays won 6-4 after three home runs from Vladdy Guerrero Junior. 

And five Canadian teams are in action tonight in the NHL. It kicks off with the Leafs taking on the Capitals and the Senators facing off against the Bruins at 6, with the Oilers up against the Predators at 7. The red hot Flames look to keep winning against Vegas, while the Canucks keep clawing their way closer to a wildcard spot in the west, and play the Coyotes at 9. 

The Winnipeg Jets are in action against the east leading Panthers tomorrow night at 6. A win for Florida would tie them with Colorado for the top spot in the league.