HOCKEY

Corvo, Marchand score power-play goals to lift Boston past Montreal in exhibition

Joe Corvo and Brad Marchand each scored a power-play goal to lead the Boston Bruins to a 7-3 exhibition victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Zdeno Chara and Daniel Paille had short-handed scores for the Bruins, who posted five unanswered goals after falling behind early in the first period.

Pittsburgh’s Sidney Crosby played in a scrimmage as he continues his comeback from post-concussion symptoms that have kept him off the ice since January.

SOCCER

MLS: Sebastian Grazzini, Dominic Oduro and Patrick Nyarko scored to help the Chicago Fire beat the New England Revolution 3-2 in Bridgeview, Ill.

BASKETBALL

WNBA: Iziane Castro Marques moved into Atlanta’s starting lineup and scored a season-high 30 points as the Dream beat the Indiana Fever 94-77 to even the Eastern Conference finals at 1-1 in Atlanta.

TENNIS

MOSELLE OPEN: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga beat Ivan Ljubicic 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3 in the final in Metz, France.

KOREA OPEN: Jose-Maria Martinez Sanchez beat Galina Voskoboeva 7-6 (0), 7-6 (2) in the final in Seoul, South Korea.

GYMNASTICS

ABUSE ALLEGED: Two women told the Orange County Register they were sexually abused in the 1980s by the man who coached the 1984 Olympic team. USA Gymnastics is looking into the allegations against Don Peters, President Steve Penny said. Doe Yamashiro, who trained at Peters’ Huntington Beach, Calif., gym, told the Register that Peters began fondling her when she was 16 and had sex with her a year later. A second gymnast also told the paper Peters had sex with her when she was a teenager.

AUTO RACING

FORMULA ONE: Sebastian Vettel won the Singapore Grand Prix. He led throughout to finish 1.7 seconds ahead of Jenson Button, with Red Bull’s Mark Webber third.

ROAD RACING

BERLIN MARATHON: Patrick Makau of Kenya set the world record to win in Berlin. He pulled away after 27 kilometers and finished in 2 hours, 3 minutes, 38 seconds.

Haile Gebrselassie of Ethiopia, who held the previous record of 2:03.59, pulled up after Makau’s breakaway and seemed on the verge of giving up, but resumed running.

— From news service reports