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The Reporters: Predicting the Stanley Cup winner

Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week, they give a special NHL playoff edition of Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, where the panel gives their Stanley Cup winner prediction. ...more

deVos: Understrength Toronto FC difficult to break down

Saturday's test against the Colorado Rapids was a big test for Toronto FC, given the quality and quantity of players that were unavailable. But despite losing the game to an Edson Buddle goal, TFC acquitted themselves quite well. TSN Soccer analyst Jason deVos has more in his latest edition of Shapes of MLS. ...more

Cullen: Forecasting the first round using shots, save pct.

Each year, Scott Cullen takes a relatively simple mathematical look at each series, using shots on goal and goaltender save percentages to determine which team might be expected to win the series. Which favourites should sail through? Which upset might not be that much of an upset? ...more

Ferguson: Jays must take advantage of AL East rivals' injuries

While injuries derailed the Toronto Blue Jays' chances of contending over the past couple of seasons, the shoe is on the other foot in the AL East in 2014 with the Tampa Bay Rays, New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox experiencing significant injury issues early on. TSN 1050's Scott Ferguson explains why the Jays must strike while the injury iron is hot. ...more

Bruins finish regular season on top of NHL Power Rankings

The Boston Bruins finish the 2013-2014 regular season on top of the TSN.ca NHL Power Rankings, ahead of the Chicago Blackhawks and San Jose Sharks. The Bruins finished on top of the league standings, with the league's best goal differential and had four regulation losses in 28 games against the Western Conference. ...more

MacArthur: Freak injury sidelines Izturis, Kawasaki returns

The Blue Jays won the game, 11-3, and the series, two out of three, at Camden Yards but it came at a price. Maicer Izturis, who'd begun to morph into the Blue Jays starting second baseman thanks to a hot start offensively, sprained his left knee in a freak accident in the first inning. As Scott MacArthur of TSN Radio 1050 writes, it happened as he was descending the dugout steps to the bat rack. ...more

MacArthur: Bautista addresses Jays' offensive struggles

The Blue Jays entered play Sunday with a team batting average of .209, on-base percentage of .283 and on-base plus slugging percentage of .643. As Scott MacArthur of TSN radio 1050 writes, make what you will of a small sample size, but slugger Jose Bautista acknowledges that change must come soon. ...more

MacArthur: Blue Jays' reinforcements nearing return

Jose Reyes ran the bases while Casey Janssen threw a bullpen session at Oriole Park on Saturday afternoon. Both men are close to being ready to play in minor league rehabilitation games. This is the one time when manager John Gibbons can't wait to see his starting shortstop and his closer leave the team. ...more

Siegel: Reimer chapter likely ends where it all began

The tenure sure was memorable for James Reimer, whose Leaf career almost certainly ended Saturday in the same place it began in earnest more than three and a half years earlier. The 26-year-old wondered aloud if this was it, if a strong 36-save performance in a 1-0 season-ending loss to the Senators was how his tenure in Toronto would ultimately end. ...more

Lewenberg: Bittersweet celebration as Raptors clinch division

As the Raptors wandered into the locker room, heads down after Friday's loss to the Knicks, they found a red t-shirt draped over each of their chairs. "Atlantic is ours," read the shirts, delivered by the league that afternoon. The celebration was not exactly how they expected it. ...more

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BOB MCKENZIE

Bob McKenzie is one of the most respected voices in the hockey community.


DARREN DREGER

Darren Dreger is known as one of hockey's top insiders.


DAVE NAYLOR

Dave Naylor offers his perspective on the CFL as well as other sports across the board.


STEVE PHILLIPS

TSN Baseball Analyst Steve Phillips breaks down all the big stories and issues around Major League Baseball on TSN.ca.


JASON DEVOS

Former Team Canada captain Jason deVos covers soccer for TSN.


LUKE WILEMAN

Luke Wileman takes a look at the beautiful game, with a focus on MLS.


KRISTIAN JACK

Kristian provides analysis on Premier League and Champions League soccer for TSN.


NOEL BUTLER

Noel Butler offers up his thoughts and analysis on everything from the soccer pitch.


GLEN SUITOR

Glen Suitor provides an in-depth look at the Canadian Football League.


RUSS ANBER

Russ Anber takes his best shots in the Boxing blog.


KERRY FRASER

NHL analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser answers your questions on rule interpretation ansd enforcement in 'C'mon Ref!'


JACK ARMSTRONG

Jack Armstrong gives his perspective on the NBA and sports in general.


DAVE HODGE

Dave Hodge and The Reporters give their thumbs to the week that was in sports.


SCOTT FERGUSON

Scott Ferguson covers the baseball beat with a focus on the Blue Jays.


SCOTT CULLEN

Fantasy sports guru Scott Cullen provides insight and analysis in his blog.

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