Terry Sanderson, the patriarch of a successful Canadian lacrosse-playing family and the general manager of the Toronto Rock, has died. He was 62.
Siegel: Leafs looking for tenacious (even angry) Kadri more often
Despite a relatively slow start with 10 points in 22 games, Nazem Kadri is producing more offence at even-strength, winning more faceoffs, directing more shots on goal, drawing more penalties and boasting one of the best possession marks on the Leafs. As TSN Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel explains, he's adding a gritty and tenacious side to his play that the Maple Leafs are happy to see.
Ferraro: Impressed with how Santorelli's transformed game
TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro recaps the Leafs OT loss to the Penguins, and discusses some of the Leaf players who ahve impressed him of late including Mike Santorelli and Nazem Kadri. Ray also addresses the Justin Schultz benching and Martin Brodeur's tryout for the Blues.
Siegel: Maple Leafs rally for 'moral victory' in Pittsburgh
The Maple Leafs are surely thankful to snatch even a point from the all too powerful Penguins. While still being swept in the three-game season series on the third of three goals from Blake Comeau, the Leafs managed to dig out from under a 2-0 first period deficit and swipe a point on the eve of U.S. Thanksgiving in Pittsburgh. TSN Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has the details.
Armstrong: Raptors have best foursome of guards in NBA
TSN NBA analyst Jack Armstrong joined Bryan Hayes to discuss the Raptors' win over the Hawks saying they still need to prove their worth against elite teams in the league. Jack also chats about the quality of the team's guards, rebounding concerns, and how Kyle Lowry truly represents the "We the North" campaign.
Lewenberg: Raptors continue to roll, winning sixth straight over Hawks
As Dwane Casey summed up his team's latest victory, famed actor and Atlanta-native Chris Tucker, a regular at Hawks games, looked on and waited his turn to enter the Raptors locker room. The Rush Hour star hung around, chatting with players and coaches until it was time for them to get on the bus and head back to Toronto. He's not the only one that wants a piece of the East-leading Raptors. They've become the talk of the NBA.
MLB Off-Season Watch: Blue Jays eye OF Bruce
With the MLB Off-Season underway, many teams are looking to upgrade, find replacements, and make major renovations to their clubs. TSN.ca looks at the day's hottest off-season rumors and speculations.
Naylor: CFL needs to ensure stability sustains as Cohon nears exit
As the final Grey Cup under outgoing commissioner Mark Cohon, it’s fair to look back and say his eight-year run has marked a period of stability and growth for the CFL. That said, there are some clouds on the horizon that the CFL needs to address quickly in order to sustain the overall momentum it’s enjoyed over the past decade or so.
Chelios: Shanahan is a "politician"
Hall of Fame defenceman Chris Chelios joined Leafs Lunch to discuss his autobiography “Overtime” sharing some stories from the book and why it was time to write it. He also discussed some candid comments he made about his relationship with Maple Leafs President Brendan Shanahan in the book, and whether Shanahan is suited for the Leafs job.
TSN Drive: The Opening Bell
Kicking off Drive today with The Opening Bell, Dave dives deep into the CFL with the 102nd Grey Cup this weekend. He talks possibilities of the Argos moving to BMO Field and more
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