(NHL)  Last night at the NHL Awards the Vegas Golden Knights put their roster on paper. To nobody’s surprise Marc-Andre Fleury will be the goalie, James Neal, Marc Methot, and Alexei Emelin, are among some of the notables that were picked. Award winners last night include Auston Mathews who won the Calder trophy as best rookie, Connor McDavid won the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s most valuable player and the Ted Lindsay Award as the most outstanding player in the regular season as judged by the members of the NHL Players Association. Patrice Bergeron won the Selke Trophy for the fourth time as the NHL’s best defensive forward, and San Jose’s Brent Burns won the Norris Trophy as the top defenceman. Nashville’s David Poile was named the NHL’s top executive after the Predators’ first Western Conference title, and Columbus’ John Tortorella won the Jack Adams Award as the top coach.

(MLB)  The Toronto Blue Jays are again within one game of their first .500 record this season. Toronto scored six runs in the first inning and then hung on for a 7-5 win over the Texas Rangers last night. Joe Biagini struck out five in 5 and two third innings for his first win in seven starts since May 12.

(Soccer)  The Montreal Impact and Toronto FC played to a 1-1 draw last night in the first leg of the Canadian championship final at Saputo Stadium. Because they scored an away goal, TFC will have the advantage going into the second leg of the two-game, total-goals series next Tuesday at BMO Field in Toronto.