Mendes: A little eerie deja vu
On the morning of April 15, 2013, I tweeted out a picture of a bowl of Frosted Flakes from the concierge lounge inside a hotel in downtown Boston: A couple of hours later, an unspeakable tragedy would unfold at the finish line at the Boston Marathon.
Goodell must testify in Rice case
Adam Schefter reacts to the news that an arbiter has ruled that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell must testify in the Ray Rice case.
Jets F Kane expected to begin skating this weekend
Winnipeg Jets forward Evander Kane is expected to begin skating on his own this weekend as recovers from a lower-body injury. Jets head coach Paul Maurice said Thursday Kane is progressing well but has not skated since suffering the injury.
Fraser: When is an instigator not an instigator?
TSN Hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser explains why Flyers forward R.J. Umberger was not assessed an instigator penalty after his fight with Penguins defenceman Simon Despres.
Yost: Giordano excels amid Flames' struggles
Though Mark Giordano had the counting numbers to legitimize his Norris Trophy candidacy last season, with 14 goals and 33 assists in 64 games, the crux of the argument in support was based on how much better the Flames were when Giordano was on the ice. Travis Yost examines the Flames' defensive standout.
Statistically Speaking: Couturier does the heavy lifting for Flyers
Couturier does it all for the Flyers, Perry has a hat trick, Scrivens saves the Oilers and more in Scott Cullen’s Statistically Speaking.
Williams rebounds to eliminate Bouchard at WTA Finals
Serena Williams rebounded from the worst beating of her professional career to rout Eugenie Bouchard 6-1, 6-1 at the WTA Finals on Thursday. Williams was humbled by Simona Halep the previous day, when the 18-time Grand Slam champion won only two games. She turned around and eliminated Bouchard from semifinals contention with a 0-3 record in the round-robin stage, while Williams improved to 2-1.
Toronto FC striker Defoe to see specialist in Germany, may need operation
A frustrated Jermain Defoe says he may have to undergo an operation because of persistent pain when he plays. And the 32-year-old Toronto FC striker, who has missed 10 of the last 14 games because of a groin injury, says he is upset that people have questioned whether he is really injured.
Toronto FC sells Henry to European club
Doneil Henry is leaving Toronto FC. His next destination, however, remains something of a mystery. Toronto FC manager Greg Vanney told local media today that the Canadian-born defender has been "sold to a club in Cyprus or a club in Europe, but he's with us for an indefinite amount of time."
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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: In the clutch, Manning or Brady?
Let's say your team is in the Super Bowl, down by six with two minutes to go, starting from your own 10. Who do you want at the helm for a championship winning drive? Peyton Manning or Tom Brady?
20 Questions with Dave Hodge
Does the NHL look good or bad for suspending Slava Voynov following his arrest on domestic violence charges after not suspending Semyon Varlamov last season? That and more in 20 Questions.