KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A couple hundred fans stood behind the Royals dugout for more than a half-hour after the final out, screaming and waving white rally towels.
Bring on Game 7!
VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Canucks made Ryan Miller's 300th NHL career win look easy.
Miller reached the milestone as the Canucks downed the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 on Tuesday night.
"It means I have been playing a while," said Miller. "It feels good. It's a collection of a lot of good teams, a lot of good players over the years. I'll take a little moment to reflect. It's been a lot of fun. Just winning's fun and I've gotten to do it quite a bit with some good guys. So I'll try and enjoy this."
VANCOUVER - Sophie Schmidt thought she was going to send the Canadian fans home happy on Tuesday night.
The reigning Women's World Cup champions had other ideas.
Second-half substitute Aya Sameshima scored in stoppage time after Schmidt had tied things late as Japan defeated Canada 3-2 in a wild international women's soccer friendly.
(All times Eastern)
World Series Game 6
Kansas City 10 San Francisco 0
(Series is tied 3-3)
Minnesota 4 Boston 3
Winnipeg 4 N.Y. Islanders 3
Philadelphia 3 Los Angeles 2 (OT)
Pittsburgh 8 New Jersey 3
Ottawa 5 Columbus 2
Toronto 4 Buffalo 0
Tampa Bay 7 Arizona 3
Anaheim 1 Chicago 0
St. Louis 4 Dallas 3 (OT)
San Jose 3 Colorado 2 (SO)
Montreal 2 Calgary 1 (SO)
Vancouver 4 Carolina 1
New Orleans 101 Orlando 84
SELKIRK, Man. - Winnipeg's Jennifer Jones didn't have the opening draw she was looking for in her home province.
Jones was beat 6-1 in seven ends by Allison Flaxey to open up the Masters Grand Slam of Curling on Tuesday.
Flaxey, the defending Ontario Scotties champion from Listowel, scored singles in each of the first five ends to take a 5-0 lead. Jones would reply in the sixth before giving up one in the seventh.
Another Winnipeg native, Kristy McDonald, was successful against Scotland's Eve Muirhead, beating her 8-6 in extra ends.
CALGARY - Carey Price had full confidence that P.A. Parenteau would score the winner in the shootout.
Parenteau did just that as he snapped a shot past Jonas Hiller to give the Montreal Canadiens a 2-1 shootout win over the Calgary Flames on Tuesday.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Clarke MacArthur and the Ottawa Senators used a big third period to put away the injury-riddled Columbus Blue Jackets.
MacArthur had two goals and an assist, and Ottawa beat Columbus 5-2 on Tuesday night in the Blue Jackets' first game since star goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky was sidelined by a broken finger.
"Our leadership group stepped up tonight on the road to make sure we went home with some points," Senators coach Paul MacLean said.
TORONTO - Jonathan Bernier stretched and skated around in circles in his crease that was barely scuffed up. The Toronto Maple Leafs' goaltender did everything he could to stay warm.
The result was the easiest shutout in Bernier's career as the Leafs tied a franchise record in allowing just 10 shots in a 4-0 rout of the lowly Buffalo Sabres on Tuesday night at Air Canada Centre.
UNIONDALE, N.Y. - When Winnipeg defenceman Mark Stuart got crunched into the boards early in the second period, the Jets woke up from their doldrums — and that was even before they made the New York Islanders pay on the power play.
A sluggish start put the Jets into a hole, but they snapped out of it, withstood a comeback, and put the finishing touches on a 4-3 win when Andrew Ladd scored his second goal of the game in the third period Tuesday night.
TORONTO - Dion Phaneuf returned to the Maple Leafs' game against the Sabres at the start of the third period after suffering an apparent right leg injury.
Late in the second period, Phaneuf took the brunt of a hit from Buffalo forward Marcus Foligno on Nazem Kadri.
Kadri fell into Phaneuf's right leg, and the Leafs' captain went immediately to the bench putting no weight on his right leg.
Phaneuf was in distress on the bench and went down the tunnel for medical attention.