The Toronto Maple Leafs will aim for a fourth straight win tonight when they visit the San Jose Sharks as part of their five-game road trip. Toronto enters tonight with a one-point lead over Montreal for second place in the Atlantic Division, following their 3-1 Monday night win over the Anaheim Ducks. James Reimer is expected to get the start for the Leafs following Jonathan Bernier's 43-save performance versus the Ducks last night. Full Story.(Photo: The Canadian Press)
Brandon Morrow gave up four hits over three innings, Jose Bautista drove in a run and a Toronto Blue Jays' split squad beat the Canadian junior national team 12-2 Tuesday. Making his second start and third appearance of spring training following a season-ending forearm injury last May, Morrow allowed two runs -- one earned -- walked three and struck out two. Full Story.
Battling early-season back issues that have cut into his practice time and severely affected his on-course performance, Tiger Woods' hopes of ending his five-year major drought in 2014 appear to be in danger. "He's 38 years old, he's got plenty of time to break Jack Nicklaus' record, but I think, as Nicklaus said, it all depends on his health, and right now it doesn't look too good, does it?" his former coach Hank Haney said during an appearance Tuesday on TSN 1050. Full Story.
Jiri Fischer speaks about Rich Peverley’s collapse at the Dallas Stars bench and recalls his personal incident in 2005 that ended his own career.
Dave Zirin from Edge of Sports and The Nation talks about Barry Bonds, A-Rod, Andrew Wiggins and Johnny Manziel.
Leafs radio colour analyst Jim Ralph talks about the Toronto Maple Leafs West Coast Swing.