The Swift Current Kal Tire U15 AAA 57's fell 5-0 to the Southeast A's on Tuesday night in Regina.

Jase Johnson went 2-for-3 and Mason Fauser struck out six batters over five innings for the 57's, who return home for a doubleheader against the Saskatoon Expos on Saturday and a matchup with the Regina Wolfpack on Sunday.

In the Sask-Alta League tonight, the Gull Lake Greyhounds will head to Maple Creek to face the Mohawks.

Kikuchi shines as Jays get bounce-back win

Yusei Kikuchi struck out six batters and allowed two hits over six innings as the Toronto Blue Jays rebounded from Monday’s 11-0 loss to the Marlins with a 2-0 win over Miami on Tuesday night. 

Ernie Clement and George Springer had RBI singles for the Jays, who start Kevin Gausman in the rubber match of the series later this morning.

Game 7 of Calder Cup Final goes tonight

The AHL's Calder Cup will be awarded tonight as the Coachella Valley Firebirds host the Hershey Bears in the seventh and deciding game of the series. It's the first time since 2018 that the Calder Cup Final has gone the distance, and the home team has won every game in the series.

Shaunavon's Kole Lind leads the AHL in playoff scoring with nine goals and 30 points for the Firebirds who are looking to claim the Calder Cup in their inaugural season. Former Swift Current Broncos forward Beck Malenstyn has four goals and eight points for the Bears who are seeking a record 12th Calder Cup title.

Face-off from Acrisure Arena in Palm Springs, California, is at 8:00pm CST, and the game will be available to stream for free on AHLTV.

Lundqvist leads first-year HHOF candidates

This year’s induction class for the Hockey Hall of Fame will be announced this afternoon. 

Longtime New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist is a favourite to be called to the hall of fame in his first year of eligibility. He spent his entire 15-year career with the Rangers and ranks sixth all-time in wins. 

Other players eligible for the first time include former Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg and Chicago Blackhawks goalie Corey Crawford.

Bo Levi Mitchell to sit out Ti-Cats' home opener

Bo Levi Mitchell will be sidelined for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ home opener. Mitchell, who was acquired by the Ti-Cats in the off-season after 10 years and two Grey Cups in Calgary, suffered a lower-body injury late in Sunday’s loss to the Toronto Argonauts. 

Matthew Shiltz will start for Hamilton against Montreal on Friday night. 

The Saskatchewan Roughriders visit the Stampeders on Saturday.

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