Red Wings dump Canucks
— At Detroit, Pavel Datsyuk scored twice and the Detroit Red Wings beat the Vancouver Canucks 5-3 on Sunday for their fourth straight victory. About a third of the arena, including the Vancouver zone, went dark 29 seconds into the game after a minor power failure. The game was delayed 33 minutes. ... Gordie Howe is comfortable as he makes a long recovery from two strokes, but the hockey great can’t walk and has limited speech, one of his sons said. Mark Howe said his 86-year-old father’s vital signs are good and he’s aware of the reasons for his condition.
Stampeders win Grey Cup
— At Vancouver, British Columbia, Hamilton star Brandon Banks’ 90-yard punt return for an apparent go-ahead touchdown with 35 seconds left was wiped out by an illegal block, and the Calgary Stampeders held off the Tiger-Cats 20-16 in the Grey Cup. Calgary won its seventh Canadian Football League title and first since 2008. Bo Levi Mitchell was 25 for 34 for 334 yards passing for Calgary.
Hosp takes title
— At Aspen, Colo., Nicole Hosp of Austria raced to her first World Cup victory since 2008 with a powerful final slalom run. American Mikaela Shiffrin struggled to a fifth-place finish.
From Wire Reports