Grigsby to make Ticats debut against Argonauts on TSN
Nic Grigsby will make his Hamilton debut in the Tiger-Cats' most important game of the season. Hamilton coach Kent Austin said the speedy running back will definitely play Saturday when the Ticats (7-8) face the Toronto Argonauts (6-9) at Rogers Centre. Watch the Ticats vs. Argos game live today on TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5 at 4pm et/1pm pt. You can also listen to the game live on Newstalk 1010 radio with coverage beginning at 3pm et.
Senators make emotional return vs. Devils on TSN Radio
For the second time in recent years, the Ottawa Senators watched as hockey took a back seat in response to a national tragedy. The Senators return from a lengthy layoff caused by Wednesday's attack on Parliament Hill to host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday night. Listen to the Devils vs. Senators live tonight on TSN Radio Ottawa 1200 starting at 5pm et.
Royals try to take commanding World Series lead in San Francisco
The Kansas City Royals came to San Francisco with one goal in mind: get the series back to Kauffman Stadium. Mission accomplished. Now the Royals will take the field on Saturday with a World Series lead for the first time in team history when they play Game 4 of the Fall Classic against the Giants at AT&T Park.
Whitecaps control playoff destiny heading into finale on TSN
The Whitecaps have ripped off three wins and a draw in their last four to climb back up the standings. With one game to go on the schedule, a win, draw, or even a loss Saturday against the Colorado Rapids could be enough to get Vancouver into the playoffs for the second time in three years. Catch the action live on TSN1, TSN2 and TSN3 at 10pm et/7pm pt, beginning with the pre-game show on TSN2 at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt.
Hodge: Thumbs up to the Bolts, down to the Canes
Dave Hodge gives a thumbs up to the Tampa Bay Lightning's ability to endure injury. His thumb is down to the Carolina Hurricanes' ability to set an extremely low bar for the 2014-15 season.
Toronto FC look to end disappointing season with a win over Revolution on TSN2
A season that started with such promise for Toronto FC wraps up Saturday with a whimper rather than a bang. Toronto (11-14-8) visits playoff-bound New England (16-13-4) with nothing on the line. A Houston win in Chicago on Friday night could make it a little more interesting. That would propel the Dynamo past Toronto, with TFC needing a victory to win back seventh place in the Eastern Conference. You can catch the action live on TSN2 at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt.
McCoy signs huge seven-year extension with Buccaneers
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy has signed a seven-year extension with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers worth $98 million, making McCoy the highest-paid player at his position. McCoy, a 2013 All-Pro, will get $51.5 million guaranteed, the most ever given to a defensive tackle in NFL history. His new deal will average $14 million per year.
Bombers look to keep playoff hopes alive vs. Lions on TSN
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers had a gangbusters start to the year but the season has been a plain bust since August. Now they must beat the B.C. Lions on Saturday to keep their faint playoff hopes alive.
West Ham stuns Man City with victory over Premier League champions
West Ham inflicted Manchester City's second loss in its Premier League title defence on Saturday, maintaining its surprising form with a 2-1 victory. Morgan Amalfitano put West Ham in front in the first half and Diafra Sakho extended the lead in the 75th minute shortly before David Silva pulled one back for City.
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