Montreal -- A second consecutive day of rainy weather forced another postponement of the Rogers Cup in Montreal Sunday.
Both semifinals and the finals of the women's tennis tourney were set for Sunday after rain on Saturday disrupted the proceedings. But more rain changed those plans.
The first semifinal between Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark and Svetlana Kuznetsova -- in which Wozniacki had posted a 2-0 lead in the first set before it was delayed -- was pushed back to 10 a.m. Monday.
The other semifinal between eighth-seeded Russian Vera Zvonareva and 10th-seeded Victoria Azarenka of Belarus will get under way simultaneously at National Bank Court.
Montreal -- Pamela Anderson flew to Montreal, Canada, for the unveiling of her new animal rights ad, but Canadian officials banned the "sexist" campaign.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said Anderson flew out to Montreal to unveil the ad campaign, which features the 43-year-old sex icon with parts of her body labeled like a butcher's diagram with the caption "All Animals Have the Same Parts," USA Today reported Friday.
However, PETA told the New York Daily News that Montreal officials rejected the ad campaign Thursday.
Montreal -- Andrei Markov (power play), Josh Gorges, and Saku Koivu scored first-period goals Saturday night and the Montreal Canadiens beat San Jose 3-2.
Koivu's 11th goal this season after an assist by Markov proved to be the game-winner.
Jaroslav Halak was bombarded by 48 shots, but yielded two goals for the Canadiens, who have won four in a row after a three-game losing streak. They had lost four of their previous five meetings with the Sharks.
San Jose's goals, both in the second period, were scored by Joe Pavelski (power play) and Joe Thornton, whose 16th at 1:55 of the second drew San Jose within 3-2.
Brian Boucher was beaten three times on 21 shots for the Sharks, who had won five of six.
They lead the Western Conference with 93 points, but are just three ahead of second-seeded Detroit.
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