In Kenora Slo Pitch Action, Northern Harbour took out Devil’s Gap in a tight game, winning 14 to 11, as the A-side finals continue. Elsewhere, Kenora DJ Services edged out the No Frill’s Strykers 20 to 19.

Week 13 of the CFL season kicks off tonight in Montreal, where the Alouettes are set to welcome the Ottawa Redblacks.

The Alouettes are back after a week off and are looking to close the gap on Toronto for the top spot in the East Division. Montreal enters the game with a 4-and-6 record, while the Argonauts are at 5-and-5. Toronto visits Hamilton on Monday.

The Toronto Blue Jays kick off a 10-game road trip today when they face the Pirates in Pittsburgh. The lengthy road swing will also take the Jays through Baltimore and Texas.

Toronto enters today's action a game and a half up on Baltimore for the third American League wild-card playoff spot.

Sarah Potomak had a goal and an assist as Canada shut out Sweden 3-0 in a quarterfinal at the women's world hockey championships. The defending champions will face off against Switzerland on Saturday in Denmark.

In other news at the tournament, Hilary Knight became the highest-scoring player in women's world championship history.

The American had a goal and an assist as the United States beat Hungary 12-1 in a quarterfinal game. That gives Knight 87 career world championship points, surpassing the previous record of 86 held by Canada's Hayley Wickenheiser.