Former Bronco Adam Lowry scored 1:39 into overtime to lift the Winnipeg Jets to a 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning in NHL action on Wednesday night.
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The Jets' captain has three goals and 12 points in 18 games this season.
Meanwhile, former Bronco Stuart Skinner allowed four goals on 13 shots and was pulled in the first period of Edmonton’s 6-3 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes. In other action, Montreal beat Anaheim 5-3, Nashville doubled up Calgary 4-2 and Vancouver dropped a 5-2 decision to Colorado.
There are no NHL games scheduled for the US Thanksgiving holiday today, and action resumes with a 15-game slate on Friday.
Tigers rout Pats in WHL action
Oasiz Weisblatt and Cayden Lidstrom had two goals each as the Medicine Hat Tigers routed the Regina Pats 8-0 at Co-op Place on Wednesday night.
Elsewhere in the WHL, Austin Roest scored twice as the Everett Silvertips beat the Saskatoon Blades 6-2, Nate Danielson and Charlie Elick had a pair of goals each in Brandon’s 5-3 win over Edmonton, and Brayden Edwards scored twice as Lethbridge beat Kamloops 7-3.
The Swift Current Broncos return to action Friday night in Moose Jaw.
Raptors edge Pacers to take second half of back-to-back
Pascal Siakam scored 36 points and Scottie Barnes added 20 points, including the go-ahead dunk with 27 seconds left, as the Toronto Raptors beat the Indiana Pacers 132-131 in NBA action on Wednesday.
The Raptors were playing their second road game in as many nights after a loss to Orlando in an In-Season Tournament game on Tuesday.
Full day of football for US Thanksgiving
The NFL's traditional Thanksgiving tripleheader goes all day today, starting with the Detroit Lions hosting the Green Bay Packers before the Dallas Cowboys entertain the Washington Commanders. The nightcap has the Seattle Seahawks hosting the San Francisco 49ers in a battle of the top two teams in the NFC West.
The CFL season came to an end with the Grey Cup on Sunday, but Canada has one more big football game to come this season as the Vanier Cup between the UBC Thunderbirds and Montreal Carabins kicks off in Kingston, Ontario, on Saturday.
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