Pre-Season Primer: Vancouver Canucks

Training Camp Questions: Vancouver Canucks

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Vancouver Canucks.

Mike Beauvais, TSN.ca Staff

Pre-Season 7: Hughes and Pettersson contracts remain Canucks' biggest question mark

Both Quinn Hughes and Elias Pettersson are restricted free agents and according to Farhan Lalji, neither young star is close to signing a new deal with Vancouver. Our Canucks reporter has more on the contract situation, how big of an impact Oliver Ekman-Larsson can make and who should flank Vancouver's captain.

Canucks betting Ekman-Larsson rebounds on defensive side of the ice

The Seven Questions series continues today in Vancouver. When you are talking about the Canucks, you are talking about an organization under the gun – the team having reached the postseason just once in the past six seasons. Pressure is building.

Travis Yost

Travis Yost

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Perez breaks Bench's home run record in Royals' win

Salvador Perez hit his 46th home run, breaking Johnny Bench’s record for most by a catcher in a season to highlight the opener, then the Kansas City Royals completed a doubleheader sweep by beating Cleveland 4-2 Monday night.

Perez breaks Bench's home run record in Royals' win

Green hopeful RFAs Pettersson, Hughes re-join team soon

As training camp looms, restricted free agents Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes have yet to sign extensions with the Vancouver Canucks. However, Canucks head coach Travis Green remains hopeful that his two stars will re-join the team soon.

Green hopeful RFAs Pettersson, Hughes re-join team soon

Warriors: Thompson all set for 'controlled drills' at camp

Klay Thompson is making "good progress" in his rehabilitation from a right Achilles injury and will participate in "controlled drills" during training camp, but his return within the season will be made at a later date, the Golden State Warriors announced Monday.

Warriors: Thompson all set for 'controlled drills' at camp

AL Wild Card Race

Comeback falls short as Jays lose ground in wild card race

Shane Baz pitched two-hit ball for five innings to win his major league debut and the AL East-leading Tampa Bay Rays cut Toronto's lead in the wild-card chase, holding off the Blue Jays 6-4 on Monday night.

Where do the Blue Jays rank among the best teams in baseball?

Where do the Blue Jays rank among the best teams in baseball right now? What is the most likely matchup in the AL Wild Card game on October 5th? How much money will Cy Young contender Robbie Ray command in the offseason? ESPN's Baseball Insider Buster Olney joins SportsCentre to answer these questions and more.

Packers win on MNF

Jones scores four TDs as Packers bounce back to beat Lions

Aaron Jones caught three of Aaron Rodgers’ four touchdown passes and rushed for a fourth score, and the Green Bay Packers had a welcome return to normal after an embarrassing opening-week loss, beating the Detroit Lions 35-17 on Monday night.

Jones scores four TDs as Packers bounce back to beat Lions

NHL

Flames top prospects aiming to make team despite limited spots

With the Flames prioritizing depth and adding veterans in the off-season, there don’t seem to be many opportunities for prospects to make the big club when main training camp gets underway on Thursday. But that isn't changing how Calgary's youngsters play, writes Salim Valji.

Salim Valji

Salim Valji

Jets place D Niku on unconditional waivers for contract termination

The Winnipeg Jets placed defenceman Sami Niku on unconditional waivers Monday for purposes of a buyout.

Marlies coach Moore on Robertson: 'He's very driven, it's one of his strengths'

Maple Leafs prospect Nick Robertson received a major penalty and game misconduct at the end of regulation against the Blue Jackets for cross-checking Carson Meyer. After the game Marlies head coach Greg Moore explained that Robertson’s intensity is part of what makes him special.

Panarin on captaincy: 'I'd rather say no, actually'

While the New York Rangers are looking to name a captain this season, Artemi Panarin appears to have taken himself out of the running to wear the "C".

UFC 266

Ortega's journey back to the top

After getting complacent and the worst loss of his career, Brian Ortega took two years off to recover and develop into a totally new fighter and that hard work paid off with his win over Chan Sung Jung. No he looks to build off that success this Saturday when he takes on Alexander Volkanovski at UFC 266.

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CFL Week 8

Scianitti details the latest on a long list of injuries plaguing the Ticats

David Watford will start at quarterback over Jeremiah Masoli Wednesday against the Redblacks, but he’ll still be without top receiver Brandon Banks. TSN's Matthew Scianitti has the latest on a long list of injuries plaguing the Tiger-Cats.

Lawrence also an offensive threat for Tiger-Cats

He's one of the CFL's most active and productive linebackers but Hamilton Tiger-Cat Simoni Lawrence is showing he also has a nose for the end zone.

TSN Edge: Recapping Week 7 in the CFL

The Lions continued to come through against the spread with their win over the Alouettes while the Blue Bombers won and covered against the Elks and remain the Grey Cup favourites at +250.

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Morning Coffee: Packers pull away in second half, cover on MNF

After falling behind 17-14 at the half against the Detroit Lions on Monday Night Football, the Packers finally started to show some signs of life over the final two quarters. More on Green Bay covering and winning from Domenic Padula.

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Is the NFL issuing too many taunting penalties?

Sam Acho joins KJM and explains why taunting penalty calls will decrease as the year progresses.

Peyton, Eli joke about Patriots bugging locker rooms

Peyton and Eli Manning make some jokes about the Patriots bugging their locker rooms back when they were playing.

Can the Vikings turn things around after rough start?

Marcus Spears highlights why the Vikings are the most disappointing team to start the 2021 NFL season.

MMQB: Did Jackson finally silence his critics after beating Mahomes?

Lamar Jackson took some weight off his shoulders by finally beating Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs, but was his performance good enough to silence his critics? How has Kyler Murray been able to elevate his game? How clutch was Derrick Henry in the Titans' comeback win? TSN NFL analyst Jesse Palmer shares his thoughts.

Pre-Season Primer: Toronto Maple Leafs

Training Camp Questions: Maple Leafs

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Toronto Maple Leafs.

- Kristen Shilton
Training Camp Questions: Maple Leafs

Drouin ready to rejoin Canadiens

Corson: Glad Drouin got the help he needed

Former Hab Shayne Corson joined the show to trade some war stories with Knuckles, Jonathan Drouin getting help for the personal issues that forced him to leave the team last year, his own struggles with anxiety and more.

Corson: Glad Drouin got the help he needed

Pre-Season Primer: Montreal Canadiens

Training Camp Questions: Montreal Canadiens

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Montreal Canadiens.

- Brianne Spiker, TSN.ca Staff
Training Camp Questions: Montreal Canadiens

Pre-Season 7: Canadiens will need to fill void left by Weber's absence

How will the Canadiens fill the void left by Shea Weber’s absence? How will Montreal’s depth down the middle measure up? Will wild-card left wingers Jonathan Drouin and Mike Hoffman deliver on talent? TSN Canadiens reporter John Lu shares his take on these three key questions for Montreal heading into the new season.

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Pre-season Primer: Ottawa Senators

​Training Camp Questions: Ottawa Senators

With summer officially coming to an end and training camps set to open across the National Hockey League this week, TSN is getting ready for the preseason by looking at the three biggest questions facing each of the seven Canadian franchises. A look at the Ottawa Senators.

- Brianne Spiker, TSN.ca Staff
​Training Camp Questions: Ottawa Senators

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The storylines to watch from the final weeks of MLB's regular season

Eduardo Perez details the storylines that are intriguing him the most as baseball's regular season enters its final two weeks.

Sanchez goes deep, Yankees gain ground

Gary Sánchez rebounded from poor defensive play with a go-ahead home run, four pitchers combined for scoreless relief and the New York Yankees gained in the AL wild-card race with a 4-3 victory over the Texas Rangers on Monday night.

Phillies' NL East-chase hindered in loss to 100-loss O's

John Means struck out six and stymied Bryce Harper and a Philadelphia Phillies team in an eleventh-hour playoff push to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-0 win Monday night.

White Sox lose to Tigers but close in on division crown

Carlos Rodón was pulled after three rocky innings and the Chicago White Sox, closing in on the AL Central title, squandered a three-run lead in a 4-3 loss to the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.

Perez breaks Bench's home run record in Royals' win

Salvador Perez hit his 46th home run, breaking Johnny Bench’s record for most by a catcher in a season to highlight the opener, then the Kansas City Royals completed a doubleheader sweep by beating Cleveland 4-2 Monday night.

TSN Edge

The Shift: Episode 13

In Episode 13 of The Shift, Kayla Grey talks about how Leylah Annie Fernandez and other first generation Canadians are changing the national sports stigma. Plus, she speaks with L.A. Kings forward Akil Thomas about new looks coming to his clothing line Zale, as well as Canadian writer and actor Bilal Baig on their new show 'Sort Of' debuting at TIFF.

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This Sept. 11, ESPN has teamed up with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum to celebrate its newest exhibition, "Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11," which explores how sports helped to unite a nation after the 2001 terrorist attacks.

Breakaway

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Imperfect: The Roy Halladay Story

In May of 2020, the Philadelphia Phillies will retire Hall of Famer Roy Halladay’s number to mark the tenth anniversary of the perfect game he threw against the Miami Marlins. Two and a half years ago, Major League Baseball lost one of its most revered figures, when Halladay died doing the thing he loved most- not pitching, flying. While most baseball fans know about Roy Halladay’s on the field accomplishments- a postseason no-hitter, the perfect game, two Cy Young awards, they don’t know much about the man- someone who struggled with mental health issues and an addiction to prescription painkillers. In exclusive E60 interviews with Halladay’s wife, family, close friends and teammates, correspondent John Barr tells the story of one man’s obsessive pursuit of perfection and how that led to a complicated life.

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Vladdy or Ohtani for AL MVP?

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by former MLB pitcher and NBCS California Baseball analyst Dallas Braden to discuss Vladimir Guerrero Jr.’s bid for the MVP.

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