CALGARY - There is no quit in the Calgary Flames.
Curtis Glencross scored twice and Jiri Hudler had one goal along with the shootout winner as the Flames staged a late rally to beat the New Jersey Devils 5-4 on Saturday night.
Down 4-2, Flames coach Bob Hartley pulled goaltender Karri Ramo with 3:33 remaining in the game. It worked, as Calgary pulled to within one when Hudler scored from the side of the net with 2:22 left.
EDMONTON - Just when you thought things couldn't get much worse for the Edmonton Oilers, the Chicago Blackhawks come to town and hand the team its seventh straight loss at home.
Marian Hossa had a goal and three assists and Jonathan Toews added a pair of goals as Chicago scored early and often in a 7-1 drubbing on Saturday.
TORONTO - Tyler Bozak had a pair of third period goals as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 Saturday night.
Leo Komarov and Peter Holland had the other goals for Toronto (11-8-2). Jonathan Bernier made 26 saves to improve to 7-5-2 on the season.
Tomas Tatar had the lone goal for Detroit (10-5-5). Jimmy Howard made 24 saves in the loss.
CLEVELAND - LeBron James has a blunt assessment for where the Cavaliers stand after 12 games.
"We're a very fragile team right now, we were a fragile team from the beginning," James said after Cleveland squandered an early 18-point lead and lost 110-93 to the Toronto Raptors on Saturday for its fourth straight loss. "Any little adversity hits us, we just shell up."
TORONTO - Don Cherry says he can't believe the Toronto Maple Leafs would be "dumb enough" to not salute fans at Air Canada Centre following their win on Thursday.
The Leafs, who broke an ugly three-game losing streak by downing the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-2, didn't raise their sticks to the crowd as they left the ice — a move the popular hockey commentator called "unbelievable" during his Coach's Corner segment on Hockey Night in Canada on Saturday.
BOSTON - Montreal winger Max Pacioretty had a simple explanation for why the Canadiens have had so much success lately against the Boston Bruins.
They play just like them.
Carey Price made 33 saves, Tomas Plekanec had a goal and an assist, and Montreal beat the Bruins 2-0 on Saturday night.
The Canadiens improved to 9-1 in their last 10 regular-season games against the Bruins. That doesn't include ousting them from last year's Stanley Cup playoffs.
PASADENA, Calif. - UCLA is honouring Jackie Robinson by retiring the former four-sport athlete's iconic No. 42 for all of its athletic teams.
The school announced the honour Saturday night during the Bruins' football game against Southern California.
Robinson played baseball, basketball and football and ran track at UCLA from 1939-41 before breaking baseball's colour barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers. The No. 42 was painted on the Rose Bowl turf.
TORONTO - Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Roman Polak left Saturday's game against the Detroit Red Wings after suffering a lower-body injury and will not return.
The 28-year-old blue liner delivered a hit on Detroit's Tomas Tatar in the corner of his own end to the left of goaltender Jonathan Bernier midway through the second period, but fell awkwardly with his left leg caught underneath his body. Tatar got up first while Polak stayed down on the ice in pain.
HAMILTON - Mark Mackie and Wayne Moore stepped up when the McMaster Marauders needed them most.
Mackie was named most valuable player of the Mitchell Bowl after a three-sack performance as McMaster downed the Mount Allison Mounties 24-12 on Saturday in the semifinal for the Canadian university football championship.
CALGARY - The Calgary Stampeders' regular-season record in seven seasons under head coach and general manager John Hufnagel is 88-37-1 for a winning percentage of almost 70.
They've posted the best record in the CFL or tied for it five times.
Calgary's playoff record to date is 5-5, which includes its Grey Cup victory in 2008.
Upset losses in the West Division final to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2010 and 2013 — when Calgary's records were 13-5 and 14-4 respectively — kept the Stampeders from backing up dominant regular seasons with a championship.