World Series: Will the Giants adjust their strategy?
Ahead of Game 4 of the World Series, Paul Hollingsworth and Dan Shulman discuss the Giants' strategy now that they find themselves down in the series.
Sabres snap four-game losing streak; continue recent dominance over Sharks
Cody Hodgson and Nicolas Deslauriers each scored their first goal of the season early in the third period and the Buffalo Sabres continued their dominance over San Jose, beating the Sharks 2-1 Saturday. Michal Neuvirth saved 29 of 30 shots to earn his first win over the Sharks in four career games and help end Buffalo's four-game losing streak.
Di Vaio scores in final career game as Impact holds United
Marco Di Vaio scored in the final game of his 20-year career as the Montreal Impact drew 1-1 with D.C. United on Saturday in the the Major League Soccer regular season finale for both clubs. The goal was Di Vaio's ninth of the season and the 34th in the 76 games he played since the former Italian Serie A striker became the Impact's first designated player in 2012.
Lewenberg: Raptors set season-opening roster, keep centre Stiemsma
The Raptors' final roster decision was always going to be based on need more than anything else, but it proved to be more difficult than anyone in the organization expected. After huddling up following their win in Friday's pre-season finale, Masai Ujiri and Dwane Casey opted to hang onto veteran centre Greg Stiemsma, making him the 15th and final player on their season-opening roster, and subsequently waive forward Jordan Hamilton and guard Will Cherry in the process. TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg has the details from Toronto.
Sounders shut out Galaxy to claim Supporters' Shield for first time
Second-half substitute Marco Pappa scored in the 85th minute and again in stoppage time, and the Seattle Sounders beat the Los Angeles Galaxy 2-0 to win the MLS Supporters' Shield for the first time in the six-year history of the club. The Sounders (20-10-4, 64 points) and Galaxy (17-7-10, 61 points) started the day in a tie atop the overall standings. Seattle had more wins, so it only needed a tie to claim the Shield, while Los Angeles needed a victory to take the honour for the fifth time.
Westhead: MLSE may turn to another U.S. sports exec to replace Leiweke: Sources
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment may turn again to a U.S. executive to help guide Canada's largest sports company. Over the past weeks, MLSE's board has been compiling a list of those who might be qualified to succeed Tim Leiweke, the company's outgoing chief executive. As TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead explains, there are 6-12 candidates remaining and the board hopes to have a decision within a week or so.
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, TSN3, TSN4 and TSN5 at 10pm et/7pm 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.
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2014-15 NBA Divisional Previews
With the regular season right around the corner, TSN.ca profiles each NBA division before the first tip. TSN basketball analyst Jack Armstrong also gives his pick for division champ and a player to keep an eye on this season.
2014 MOP Watch
As CFL teams head into the stretch drive and make their final push for playoff spots and positioning, TSN.ca looks at the top candidates, this year led by the defenders, to take home this year's Most Outstanding Player award.
Hubub: The Legacy of Steve Nash
Steve Nash will miss the entire 2014-15 season with a back injury. There's no word on whether he will retire, but at 40 he's logged a lot of minutes. What is his legacy on the game and the history of Canadian sports?
Cabbie Presents: Terrence Ross
Toronto Raptors' Terrence Ross takes Cabbie to a park where he unwinds after a six month season and disappointing playoff series.