Sunday, September 18, 2016
Team USA's Patrick Kane, of the Chicago Blackhawks, attends a training session for the World Cup of Hockey in Toronto on Friday, Sept. 16, 2016.
TORONTO - Gaborik, Leon Draisaitl and Bellmar scored Galak made 35 saves and Team Europe upset 3-0 N US on Saturday in a stunning opening match at the World Hockey Championship.
Jonathan Quick allowed three goals on 17 shots, but fell victim to bad mistakes in front of him. A mistake by defender Ryan McDonagh has allowed Europe to get a peak of 2-by-1 for the purpose of Gaborik and by the winner of the Hart Trophy turnover Patrick Kane Jersey has created for the purpose of the 2-to-0 in Draisaitl.
US went 0-for-4 in the game.
Loss in regulation puts Americans in a deep hole with two games left in the preliminary round. They face Canada on Tuesday.
More Hockey: Sidney Crosby opened the scoring and serves Canada cruised past Czech Republic 6-0 in the first round at the World Hockey Championship. Brent Burns and Patrice Bergeron also scored in the first period for Canada.
Tennis: McHale from the United States beat Chepelova 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 to reach the final of Japan Women's Open. McHale plays Sinyakova, who beat Zhang Shuai 6-3, 6-0.
College Basketball: George Washington said that he parted with coach Mike Lonergan, and that the school "will not tolerate behavior that runs counter to" the principles of inclusion and diversity. The school conducted an investigation into allegations of player behavior and the behavior of Lonergan. He came to the conclusion that Lonergan "engaged in conduct inconsistent with the values of the university." The school said the ad on an interim coach in the near future.
Horse Racing: Tepin beat Texas tower to win the Woodbine Mile and earn an automatic place in the Breeders Cup 'Mile.
Paralympics: Iranian cyclist Bachmann Golbarnezhad, 48, died after an accident in the race on the bike road C4-5 in Rio de Janeiro Paralympics. Officials said the crash occurred in the rider down the steep slope.