MONDAY SPORTS | Ocean 100
It’s the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 57 in Arizona on Sunday, February 12.
The Eagles won the NFC 31-7 against San Francisco.
The Chiefs beat the Bengals 23-20 in the AFC final.
For the first time this season, the Boston Bruins have lost back-to-back. They fell 4-1 in Carolina in a battle between the top two teams in the NHL. The Hurricanes have won five straight games. Paul Stastny scored the winning goal on a power play in 2nd place.
Toronto capitalized on a four-goal-2. Third to beat Washington 5-1. William Nylander got his 28th of the season.
First-place Quebec Remparts had to go into overtime to defeat the Charlottetown Islanders 2-1 in the Q. Zach Bolduc had the winner. Isaac Vos scored his first goal for the Isles, who sit 15th in the league.
Summerside won Grand Falls 3-2 in the MHL. Landon Clow had the winner. The Caps are second in the North with Campbellton.
Suzanne Birt and Tyler Smith return to Nationals in curling. Birt defeated Darlene London 9-2 on Saturday to win the Scotties. Smith on Darren Higgins, 9-5 in the Tankard men. Both were events in Crapaud.
Holland College is 9-3 in both men’s and women’s basketball. The men’s Canes lost 101-92 to St. Thomas.
The women’s Hurricanes won their game 68-62 against the Tommies.
Canadian Paralympic star Mark Arendz of Hartsville, PEI, won his third consecutive world championship title in the standing skating ski race at the World Championships in Sweden. The 32-year-old has won six world titles.
NFL Conference Championships
Philadelphia 31 San Francisco 7
Kansas City 23 Cincinnati 20
Toronto 5 Washington 1
Carolina 4 Boston 1
Calgary 4 Ontario 1
Tucson 5 Abbotsford 2
Manitoba 3 Toronto 2
Bridgeport 2 Hershey 0
Syracuse 4 Providence 0
Grand Rapids 5 Chicago 3
Charlotte 122Miami 117
Memphis 112 Indiana 100
Cleveland 122 LA Clippers 99
Milwaukee 135 New Orleans 110
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Schedule for Monday
(All Times Eastern)
St Louis in Winnipeg, 8 p.m
Iowa, Texas, 8 p.m
Orlando in Philadelphia, 7 p.m
LA Lakers in Brooklyn, 7:30 p.m
Golden State in Oklahoma City, 8 p.m
Sacramento, Minnesota, 8 p.m
Washington in San Antonio, 8 p.m
Detroit at Dallas, 8:30 p.m
Toronto in Phoenix, 9 p.m
Atlanta in Portland, 10 p.m
(The Canadian Press)