MALMO, Sweden — Canada scored three goals in the last 5:58 for a comeback 5-3 win over Slovakia on Monday in the world junior tournament.
Lightning 2013 top draft pick Jonathan Drouin tied it for Canada at 3 with 5:58 left, and Jets prospect Nic Petan scored twice in the last 2:46, one an empty-net goal. Drouin also had an assist. Canada wrapped up a spot in the playoff round with the win.
Canada and the defending champion United States end round-robin play facing off against each other today (11:30 a.m., NHL Network).
pre-Olympics: The U.S. women's team finished its tour with its fourth straight win over Canada, 3-2 at Toronto.
Doctors: Schumacher 'fighting for his life'
Formula One legend Michael Schumacher was "fighting for his life" and was being kept in an artificial coma after suffering brain injuries in a skiing accident in the French Alps, doctors in Grenoble, France, said.
Schumacher, who won a record seven F1 titles before retiring for a second time in 2012, fell and hit his head on a rock while skiing off the trail with his 14-year-old son at the Meribel resort Sunday.
Schumacher, 44, had been wearing a helmet, but it wasn't enough to prevent brain bruising and bleeding.
"We cannot predict the future for (Schumacher)," Jean-Francois Payen, the doctor in charge of Grenoble University Hospital's intensive care unit, said at a news conference.
The prosecutor in Albertville opened an investigation into the accident, the Mountain Gendarmerie in Bourg-Saint-Maurice said. The goal is to determine the accident's cause.
Sharapova returns to play with victory
Maria Sharapova, in her competitive comeback from injury, beat 74th-ranked Caroline Garcia 6-3, 6-0, to begin the season-opening Brisbane International in Australia.
The four-time major winner played only one match after an early exit at Wimbledon this year due to a right shoulder injury.
ASB Classic: Venus Williams beat Andrea Hlavackova 6-3, 7-6 (7-1) in her opening match at Auckland, New Zealand.
Hopman Cup: Sloane Stephens and Tampa resident John Isner won their singles matches and their mixed doubles match to eliminate Spain in the mixed team competition at Brisbane, Australia.