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Harvey suspended 60 games by MLB for distributing oxycodone

Right-hander Matt Harvey has been suspended 60 games for distributing a drug of abuse under Major League Baseball's drug program. Harvey, who is currently with the Baltimore Orioles' Triple-A affiliate, said he provided oxycodone to late Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs.

Harvey suspended 60 games by MLB for distributing oxycodone

Woods to be paired with Spieth, McIlroy at PGA Championship

Tiger Woods, a 15-time major champion, will play in a featured group with Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth in the first two rounds. The threesome will tee off on No. 10 at 9:11 a.m. ET in Thursday's first round and on No. 1 at 2:36 p.m. ET on Friday in the second.

Woods to be paired with Spieth, McIlroy at PGA Championship

Malkin: 'I want to play in the NHL'

Evgeni Malkin says he doesn't plan to return to Russia next season. The 35-year-old impending free agent centre says he plans on staying in the NHL and hopes to remain with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Malkin: 'I want to play in the NHL'

Leafs reflect on season

What kind of offseason can we expect from the Maple Leafs?

Brendan Shanahan made it clear Kyle Dubas and Sheldon Keefe are staying put and the Leafs' GM said his 'core' isn't going anywhere, so what kind of offseason can we expect in Toronto? Mark Masters is joined by Chris Johnston to discuss.

Dubas doesn't believe in the Matthews' 'doomsday' clock

With two-years left on Auston Matthews contract, is there any extra pressure to not only win a round but win a Stanley Cup? Kyle Dubas and Brendan Shanahan don't believe so, because they feel like Matthews will be around for much longer.

Pounder surprised Leafs plan to stay status quo: 'The reality is, they didn't get it done'

After Brendan Shanahan said he isn't going to make changes just to make changes, Cheryl Pounder joins That's Hockey to share her thoughts on what the Maple Leafs president had to say at his season-ending news conference, and discuss whether the team should bring back Jason Spezza for another year.

Dubas: 'It falls on me to find the right pieces to move us ahead'

Kyle Dubas believes this year was different and knows the team is closer but still hasn't been able to get over the hump. He says not only do the players have to get better, but it's also on him again to find the right pieces that help them move ahead.

Keefe: 'Progress was made, even though it doesn’t feel that way'

Even though the end result was the same, Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe truly believes progress was made this year and says everyone will be working harder knowing they need a different result next year.

Matthews: The belief is still high despite the outcome

Auston Matthews says even though the outcome wasn't what they were expecting, he says the belief is still high within their room and he's looking forward to next year. He also touches on the small margin of error in the playoffs and they just weren't able to come out on the right end of things against the Lightning.

Campbell: 'It's definitely been a lot of reflecting'

Jack Campbell spoke about Toronto's Game 7 loss to Tampa Bay, including how the team responded following the loss. The Leafs' goalie also shares his desire to stay in Toronto, and reflects on his growth and accomplishments over the course of the season.

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Oilers and Flames alumni recall Battle of Alberta from playoffs past

Alumni from both the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers will no doubt be watching as this second-round series unfolds starting Wednesday in Calgary, and a new chapter of the Battle Of Alberta is written. Salim Valji has more from Calgary.

Salim Valji

Salim Valji

How do Woodcroft and Sutter match up behind the bench?

The players on the ice will determine the outcome of the game, but how big of an impact will the coaching matchup have on the Battle of Alberta? Ryan Rishaug joins SportsCentre to look at what Jay Woodcroft and Darryl Sutter bring to the table.

Oilers' Woodcroft coy with statuses of Draisaitl, Kane and Nugent-Hopkins

Leon Draisaitl, Evander Kane and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins were absent from practice this morning, as the Oilers prepared for Wednesday's series opener against the Flames. Edmonton head coach Jay Woodcroft channeled counterpart Darryl Sutter when asked about their status for Game 1.

Flames' Tanev a full participant in Tuesday's practice

Calgary Flames defenceman Chris Tanev was on the ice at Tuesday morning's practice and was a full participant in drills, tweets TSN's Salim Valji.

Valji: Gaudreau's Game 7 winner gave Calgary fans a license to believe

TSN's Calgary reporter Salim Valji joins Jay Onrait to discuss the Flames' dramatic series victory over the Stars, and what makes him optimistic about the team's chances against the Oilers in the second round.

Lightning vs. Panthers - Game 1

Crosby says he plans to play at least three more seasons

Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Penguins star Sidney Crosby said he plans to play at least three more seasons and possibly more. “Three for sure and then we’ll see after that,” Crosby said. Crosby's contract runs through the 2024-25 season with an annual cap hit of $8.7 million.

'They're still the team we faced last year': Blues looking for different result against Avs

The Blues looks to avenge last season's first round sweep at the hands of the Avalanche tonight, and head coach Craig Berube was asked if he sees any difference in this year's Avs tem, he laughed and said ''they're pretty good still.''

Will we ever see Mickelson on the PGA Tour again?

Phil Mickelson will not be at Southern Hills to defend his PGA Championship title as he continues to deal with the fallout from his comments regarding the Saudi-backed LIV Golf League. Graham DeLaet joins Bob Weeks to discuss Mickelson's absence at Southern Hills and what it means for his future on the PGA Tour.

How will extended length, weather at Southern Hills affect the PGA Championship?

Southern Hills hasn't hosted a major golf tournament since 2007, when Tiger Woods captured his fourth PGA Championship title. As Bob Weeks and Graham DeLaet explain, the course has been lengthened and will provide new challenges for golfers in their pursuit of a major championship.

PGA Championship - Begins Thursday on TSN

Tiger 'definitely' feels like he can win at the PGA Championship, can he?

Tiger Woods said he "definitely" feels like he can win at this week's PGA Championship. Bob Weeks and Graham DeLaet assess Tiger's chances, and discuss what part of his game has to shine for him to have a chance.

McIlroy chasing elusive fifth major title at PGA eight years later

Rory McIlroy was 25 years old when he hoisted the Wanamaker Trophy over his head and looked primed for a run at the PGA record books. But eight years later, McIlory heads into this week's PGA Championship at Southern Hills still looking for that surprisingly elusive fifth major victory.

Canadians on Tour: Connors, Hadwin and Hughes set for PGA Championship

Three Canadians are set to participate in the PGA Championship beginning this Thursday at Southern Hills. Bob Weeks has more with his weekly Canadians on Tour roundup.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

Tiger Woods confident heading into PGA Championship

Tiger Woods outlines the progress he's made since playing at the Masters ahead of the start of the PGA Championship.

PGA Championship: First Look At The Odds

The second major of the PGA TOUR season gets underway this Thursday at Southern Hills. Adam Scully has our first look at the odds to win the PGA Championship.

NBA Playoffs

The NBA draft lottery: Where dreams and nightmares come true

Take a look at the best moments from the draft lottery as teams look to rebuild for their future.

Stephen A.: Luka's great play won't be enough for Mavs

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith says that as good as Luka Doncic is, he won't be enough for the Mavericks to get past the Warriors.

Stephen A. dares James Harden to come on First Take to debate

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith says James Harden's inability to ramp up in the playoffs is the reason he doesn't deserve a supermax contract.

Tyrese Haliburton's funny NBA welcome, via Kyrie and Harden

Omar Raja shares his favorite Tyrese Haliburton highlight, and Haliburton recounts a "welcome to the NBA" moment courtesy of Kyrie Irving and James Harden.

Redick grills Pat Bev over Harden/supermax contract stance

JJ Redick and Patrick Beverley passionately disagree on whether James Harden is worthy of receiving a supermax contract from the 76ers.

What must Tatum do to carry the Celtics to the championship?

Patrick Beverley, JJ Redick and Monica McNutt detail what Jayson Tatum needs to do for the Celtics to beat the Heat.

Stephen A.: Boston needs Marcus Smart to advance

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith breaks down the Heat's strengths and why the Celtics need to be healthy to beat them.

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Stützle to be re-evaluated in coming days

The injury to Tim Stützle does not appear to be as serious as initially feared and he will be re-evaluated over the next few days, tweets TSN Hockey's Gord Miller.

WHC: Kazakhstan 2, Switzerland 3

Denis Malgin, Dario Simion and Fabrice Herzog all found the back of the net as the Switzerland remained unbeaten. The win moves the Swiss into a tie with Canada for top spot in Group A.

WHC: Great Britain 0, Sweden 6

Anton Bengtsson and defenceman Rasmus Dahlin led the Swedish offence with three points each, and Rasmus Asplund chipped in with two goals of his own as Sweden won in a rout.

WHC: Austria 2, Czechia 1 (SO)

Austria claimed its first ever victory over Czechia after a tense shootout success in Tampere. Brian Lebler tied the game in the last minute of regulation time and Peter Schneider had the game-winning shot after the teams tied 1-1 through 65 minutes.

WHC: Denmark 2, Italy 1

It was harder than expected, but Denmark pulled off a 2-1 win over Italy in Helsinki on Tuesday. Mathias Bau led the way with a goal, including the early third-period winner, and an assist.

Returnee Comtois shares what has been different this year at WHC

Team Canada started 0-3 last year at the World Championships, and are 3-0 so far this year. Forward Max Comtois shares what has been different this time around, what it has been like to be the only returning player to the tournament for Canada, and more.

Dubois strikes twice again, Canada tops Slovakia to remain perfect

Pierre-Luc Dubois scored twice as Canada remained undefeated at the world hockey championship with a 5-1 win over Slovakia on Monday.

Laryea, Forest head to play-off final

Laryea, Forest head to play-off final

Richie Laryea and Nottingham Forest are one step closer to a Premier League return for the first time in over two decades. Forest defeated Sheffield United 3-3 (3-2 on penalties) to reach the Championship play-off final to take on Huddersfield Town. Brice Samba made three saves in the penalty shootout.

Liverpool beats Southampton, title race goes down to the wire

Liverpool took the Premier League title race with Manchester City to the final round of the season after coming from behind again to beat Southampton 2-1 on Tuesday.



Xhaka slams Arsenal teammates in Newcastle loss 'We didn't deserve to be on the pitch'

Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka said his teammates did not deserve to be on the pitch following their 2-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Monday, putting a major dent in their Champions League qualification hopes.


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Castroneves starts record Indy 500 quest with 'perfect' car

Defending Indianapolis 500 champion Helio Castroneves started his record-breaking quest with the perfect car. Now he just needs to run another perfect race. Less than a month after the four-time race winner slammed his No. 6 Honda into the wall during an Indianapolis Motor Speedway test, the Brazilian gave a stamp of approval to his rebuilt car.

Castroneves starts record Indy 500 quest with 'perfect' car

Which MLB town would you take right now - L.A. or NYC?

Both New York teams -- the Mets and Yankees -- and both Los Angeles teams -- the Angels and Dodgers -- are on pace to win 100-plus games. But even more historic: All four teams are in first place in their respective divisions -- the first time that has happened in MLB history.

- Alden Gonzalez and Joon Lee
Which MLB town would you take right now - L.A. or NYC?

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Homer-happy Dodgers surge past Diamondbacks, win doubleheader opener

Mookie Betts, Trea Turner and Justin Turner homered in a five-run sixth inning, and the Los Angeles Dodgers outlasted the Arizona Diamondbacks 7-6 Tuesday to begin the first doubleheader ever played by the NL West rivals.

McNeil, Smith help Mets beat Cardinals doubleheader opener

Jeff McNeil and Dominic Smith helped New York chip away at Miles Mikolas, Trevor Williams was sharp in a spot start and the Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 Tuesday to open a doubleheader.

Cease strikes out nine as White Sox top Royals

Jose Abreu hit a two-run double in a three-run fifth inning, Dylan Cease pitched scoreless ball into the sixth, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas City Royals 3-0 in the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday.

MRI reveals continued healing of Mets ace deGrom's shoulder blade injury

The New York Mets announced Tuesday that an MRI performed Monday on Jacob deGrom's right shoulder blade revealed continued healing of a stress reaction that has sidelined him all season.

Yankees beat Orioles to extend AL East lead

Luis Severino allowed one hit in six innings, and Jose Trevino became the first New York catcher with a home run this year when he hit a three-run drive in the fourth to lift the surging Yankees over the Baltimore Orioles 6-2 Monday night.

Story, Bogaerts homer to help Red Sox beat Astros

Trevor Story homered to tie the game in the seventh inning and Xander Bogaerts hit a two-run shot in the eighth to propel the Boston Red Sox to a 6-3 victory over the Houston Astros on Monday night.

Rangers chase Syndergaard in six-run first, beat Angels

Eli White had the first and last of five Texas hits during a six-run first inning off Noah Syndergaard, and the Rangers beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-4 on Monday night.

Brady featured in upcoming Netflix 'Greatest' roast

Netflix announced Tuesday that Tom Brady will be featured first in a series of upcoming specials called “Greatest Roasts of All Time: GROAT.” Brady is the executive producer of the series, with his roast set to tape in 2023.

Medvedev loses to Gasquet in return from injury

Second-ranked Daniil Medvedev lost his comeback match Tuesday after a six-week injury layoff, beaten 6-2, 7-6 (5) by Richard Gasquet in the second round at the Geneva Open.

Doctor Strange 2 stars join The Shift

From 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,' Benedict Wong and Xochitl Gomez join The Shift's Kevin Yeung to discuss the newest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the inclusion of the MCU's first Latina LGBTQ+ hero.

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Calls For Change

NHLPA investigation clears Fehr of fault in handling Beach allegations

Toronto law firm says it can’t identify any individual wrongdoing or institutional failure in handling of former Blackhawks player’s sexual abuse allegations.

Rick Westhead

Rick Westhead

Aldrich used NHL names, memorabilia to build trust, alleged victim says

Former Miami University student among three potential plaintiffs weighing lawsuits against the Blackhawks, Rick Westhead writes.

Rick Westhead

Rick Westhead

Lawsuit dismissed against Blackhawks in Aldrich case

A lawsuit filed against the Chicago Blackhawks by a former Michigan high school student who said he was sexually assaulted by ex-assistant coach Brad Aldrich has been dismissed, an attorney said Monday.

The Canadian Press, with files from TSN

Beach, Blackhawks reach confidential settlement

The Chicago Blackhawks have settled a negligence lawsuit filed by former player Kyle Beach, who alleged he was sexually assaulted during the 2010 Stanley Cup playoffs by former team video coach Brad Aldrich.

Rick Westhead

Beach 'courageous', says mother of high school player assaulted by Aldrich

The mother of a former high school hockey player who was sexually assaulted by one-time Chicago Blackhawks video coach Brad Aldrich says she was overcome with emotion watching Kyle Beach apologize to her son and thank him for filing a police complaint against Aldrich.

Rick Westhead

Rick Westhead

Kyle Beach: John Doe

The 2008 Chicago Blackhawks first-round draft pick Kyle Beach identified himself as the player abused by Brad Aldrich in an exclusive interview with TSN’s investigative reporter Rick Westhead.

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Onraits and Wrongs

Jay Onrait brings you all of the plays not good enough to be the Highlight of the Night and not bad enough to be the Worst Play of the Day from Monday in the Onraits and Wrongs.

Onraits and Wrongs

TSN Originals

TSN Original: Relentless

In 2018, hockey prospect Owen Brady was on a path towards the OHL, and quite possibly the NHL, until a sudden diagnosis of Osteosarcoma - bone cancer - changed everything. Rick Westhead has the story of his remarkable journey back in the TSN Original: Relentless.

TSN Original: Relentless

TSN Original: High Heat

There is no one in Canada like Alli Schroder. She is a forest firefighter who has battled blazes in British Columbia and is the first woman to play in the Canadian College Baseball Conference. This is the TSN Original 'High Heat'.

TSN Original: High Heat

TSN Original: Why Not Me?

On January 22, 2022 in an ECHL game, defenceman Jacob Panetta was accused of making a monkey gesture toward Jordan Subban. Remarkable to many in this day and age but sadly not an isolated incident. Former St. Mike Major Daryl Devonish knows this all to well. His negative experience during his own hockey career has driven him to make hockey a safer place for BIPOC youth. A space where Black kids can ask the question “Why Not Me?”

TSN Original: Why Not Me?

TSN Original: Rhythm & Flow

In the world of elite swimming, athletes of colour are still under-represented but Canadian Joshua Liendo is changing the narrative. From a young age, Liendo has not only shown he belongs in the water, he's one with it. Jermain Franklin has more in our TSN Original: Rhythm & Flow.

TSN Original: Rhythm & Flow

TSN Original: Left Behind

Addiction doesn't just affect the addict. It affects their entire family. Ian White played over 500 NHL games, but retired broke and addicted to painkillers. His wife Tess was left to repair their family, alone. Rick Westhead has more in our TSN Original - Left Behind.

TSN Original: Left Behind

Naked - A TSN Original on Saroya Tinker

Saroya Tinker plays defence for the Toronto Six of the Premiere Hockey Federation. She’s also a Yale graduate, an artist and a mentor to Black female hockey players. She has her own Foundation as well. At 23, it’s an impressive resume and she’s done it all this while dealing with an eating disorder and depression. She finds therapy in her artwork and is able to tie it in with her body image issues by painting female nudes to celebrate all body types.

Naked - A TSN Original on Saroya Tinker

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Long Gone Summer

It was one of the most memorable and significant seasons in the history of baseball. In the summer of 1998, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Mark McGwire and the Chicago Cubs’ Sammy Sosa embarked on a chase of one of the game’s most hallowed records, igniting the passion and imagination of fans and non-fans everywhere. The drama, excitement, and results would be remembered for generations. If we only knew then just how complex our feelings about it all would eventually become.

Long Gone Summer

Four Falls of Buffalo

The Buffalo Bills of the early '90s made it to four straight Super Bowls, yet never brought home the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Four Falls of Buffalo

The Two Bills

The relationship between coaching masters Bill Belichick and Bill Parcells that spans over four decades.

The Two Bills


The story of Maya Moore, who was one of the best basketball players in the world when she stepped away from the sport to fight for a man she believed was wrongly improsoned.


Al Davis vs. The NFL

Directed by Ken Rodgers (“The Two Bills,” “Elway to Marino”), the documentary presents an intimate look inside one of the great rivalries in the history of the National Football League – former Raiders owner Al Davis and former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle, whose battle grew so intense that players, owners, franchises – even the League itself – became characters in a three-decade long Shakespearean feud that changed football forever.

Al Davis vs. The NFL

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Back for a 31st season starting on October 15, TSN's Gino Reda, along with our cast of hockey experts from across the country, has the latest news, interviews and analysis of the junior game.

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