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Cullen: Seabrook, Habs, Sharks and more

Scott Cullen looks at the Brent Seabrook suspension (and wakey, wakey), the Habs putting the Lightning on the brink and the Sharks smacking down the Kings, while the Flyers and Bruins both got back to even ground. ...more

Jack: Growing pains for TFC, Nelsen's system in Dallas

When Ryan Nelsen named his starting XI featuring Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio and Kyle Bekker, it appeared we could be in for a change of system. Osorio did play a bit deeper than a normal forward, making the fluid system look, at times, like a 4-2-3-1 but, in truth, this system wasn't much different to the one Nelsen has trusted this season. TSN Soccer analyst Kristian Jack has more in his latest edition of Shapes of MLS. ...more

Lewenberg: Budding rivalry between the Raptors and Nets?

The Raptors and Nets don't like each other, even after one playoff game that has been made abundantly clear. If you're looking to trace back that animosity, start with Toronto's one-point victory at Barclays Center in late January. TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg has more on the battle lines that are being drawn in the series. ...more

MacArthur: Jays give away final game of productive trip

Ask a Blue Jays fan still hesitant to believe in the team whether a 5-4, nine-game run through Baltimore, Minnesota and Cleveland would be satisfactory early in the season, and the answer likely would be in the affirmative. Yet it's those defeats, snatched from the jaws of victory, which sting the most and Toronto had two of them on the trip. TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur has more from Cleveland. ...more

Rusnak: Happy to be home, Habs not resting on series lead

There are very few rinks in the NHL that can match the energy and excitement level of the Bell Centre which can make for a hostile environment for the visiting team especially during the playoffs. But as Jessica Rusnak of TSN Radio 690 Montreal explains, the Canadiens know they despite their 2-0 lead, there is still plenty of work to do. ...more

Cullen: Notes on MacKinnon, Calvert, Blackhawks, more

Scott Cullen looks at Saturday's playoff action, including tough times for the undisciplined Chicago Blackhawks, Matt Calvert lifting the Blue Jackets to their first playoff win, and Nathan MacKinnon putting on a show as Colorado takes a 2-0 series lead over Minnesota. ...more

Bartlett: Different contributors making Habs tough opponent

The playoffs are a brand new season, and each night offers different players chances to be difference-makers. After the fourth line took the headlines following the Canadiens victory in Game 1, it would be the third line, along with goaltending, that would help propel the Habs in Game 2 to take a 2-0 series lead. John Bartlett of TSN Radio 690 has more from Montreal. ...more

Lewenberg: Raptors show their age in Game 1 loss to Nets

In the battle of youth against experience, it was experience that took round one between the Nets and Raptors on Saturday at the Air Canada Centre. In the end, future Hall of Famer Paul Pierce proved to be the difference. As TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg explains, Toronto has to study some film and find an answer for Game 2. ...more

MacArthur: Reyes returns; Francisco arrives for Jays

What a difference a year makes. Twelve months ago Jose Reyes spent part of April on the disabled list with a severely sprained left ankle but there was no clear return date in sight. On Saturday, Reyes was back from a strained left hamstring. TSN Blue Jays reporter Scott MacArthur has more from Cleveland. ...more

Cullen: Habs, Ducks take 2-0 series leads

The Montreal Canadiens follow Rene Bourque's lead, Pavel Datsyuk makes the difference for the Red Wings and Ryan Getzlaf makes the difference for the Ducks. Scott Cullen looks at Friday night's NHL playoff games. ...more

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