NHL Training Camps

Ducharme: Price expected to ready for Game 1, Hoffman doubtful

Despite failing his medical on Thursday, Carey Price is expected to be ready for Game 1 on Oct. 13, Montreal Canadiens head coach Dominique Ducharme announced. Mike Hoffman, however, is doubtful to start the season on time.

Suzuki, Caufield ready to meet big expectations with Habs, Poehling eyeing roster spot

Canadiens forwards Nick Suzuki and Cole Caufield explain how they are looking to expand their roles with the team this season, while forward Ryan Poehling discusses how focused he is to crack the roster.

McDavid: Ultimately it's everyone's choice to take the vaccine or not

Oilers captain Connor McDavid shares his thoughts on vaccine hesitancy among NHL players.

Top Headlines

Campbell confirms Lions looking to trade Collins

Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell confirmed on Thursday that the team was attempting to trade veteran outside linebacker Jamie Collins. The 31-year-old Collins has been given permission to stay home while he awaits a move.

Campbell confirms Lions looking to trade Collins
Mikheyev sidesteps trade request questions at Leafs camp

Mikheyev sidesteps trade request questions at Leafs camp

The Maple Leafs’ Russian winger was asked Thursday to confirm reports that his agent, Dan Milstein, requested a trade from Toronto over the summer. Instead, Mikheyev chose to highlight the positives of his off-season.

Mikheyev sidesteps trade request questions at Leafs camp
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Eichel stripped of Sabres captaincy, placed on IR

Eichel stripped of Sabres captaincy, placed on IR

Jack Eichel is no longer captain of the Buffalo Sabres. Sabres general manager Kevyn Adams said Thursday morning that Eichel, who failed his physical, has been stripped of the "C" after three seasons in the role.

Thursday Night Football on TSN

Texans' Mills faces huge test in first start against Panthers on TSN

The Carolina Panthers will face a rookie quarterback making his first NFL start for the second time in three games Thursday night against Davis Mills and the Houston Texans. Watch the game LIVE across the TSN Network and streaming on TSN.ca, the TSN App and TSN Direct as coverage gets underway at 7:30pm ET/4:30pm PT.

NFL Week 3

Thursday Night Football Preview: Panthers look to stay unbeaten in clash with Texans

We have been treated to two barnburners on Thursday nights to start the season, and hopefully the Carolina Panthers (-7.5) and Houston Texans will keep that trend going.

Luke Bellus

Who will prevail in Panthers-Texans?

Ryan Clark likes the Panthers to get the win over Davis Mills and the Texans on Thursday night.

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Does Wheeler think the Jets look good on paper?: 'Paper means s**t'

When asked how he thinks the Jets look on paper this season, captain Blake Wheeler says the best team on paper is not the team that wins and uses the Lightning getting swept by the Blue Jackets as an example.

'I don't want to forget any of it': Spezza believes Leafs motivated by crushing loss to Habs

Maple Leafs forward Jason Spezza says he doesn't want to forget what happened last year when the team blew a 3-1 series lead to the Canadiens, and believes the players need to use it as motivation heading into the season. Spezza also stresses the importance of pushing for more as a club this year.

IIHF announces men's and women's schedules for Beijing 2022

The International Ice Hockey Federation announced its game schedules for the 2022 Beijing Olympic Winter Games on Thursday, with the women's tournament running from February 3 through February 17 and the men's tournament going from February 9 through February 20.

Staal hoping to sign with American team for 18th NHL season

Still unsigned as training camps open, veteran forward Eric Staal is looking to return for an 18th NHL season.

Caps' Backstrom to miss start of training camp (hip)

Washington Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom will miss the start of training camp due to ongoing rehabilitation on his hip. He is currently listed as week-to-week.

Report: Warriors' Wiggins unvaccinated, jeopardizing availability

Report: Warriors' Wiggins unvaccinated, jeopardizing availability

Golden State Warriors swingman Andrew Wiggins said earlier this year that the only way he would get a COVID-19 vaccine is if he were forced to do so. Now, as the start of the 2021-22 season nears, the organization is dealing with an ongoing headache behind the scenes because Wiggins' stance has not changed.

- Nick Friedell

Blue Jays stay ahead of Red Sox, Yankees in Power Rankings

The Blue Jays finish off the season with games against the Twins, Yankees and Orioles as they try to win an AL wild-card slot.

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CFL Week 8

Dinwiddie: Chris Jones is a good football mind, I'm gonna learn some things from him

With the Argonauts brining on Chris Jones as a defensive consultant, head coach Ryan Dinwiddie explains how the two can build a relationship and discusses the benefit of being surrounded by a veteran coaching staff.

Argos K Bede says no axe to grind with Alouettes

Boris Bede has no axe to grind with the Montreal Alouettes. Bede spent five seasons in Montreal (2015-19) before being traded to Toronto in February 2020 for fellow kicker Tyler Crapigna.

'Another week, another win': Watford proud of Ticats, wants to keep wins rolling

David Watford overcame the weather to lead the Tiger-Cats past the Redblacks in Ottawa. Watford spoke to Matthew Scianitti after the victory about his performance and what he's learned about his team over the last few weeks.

2021 Ryder Cup

Koepka pushes back on Ryder Cup reporting, downplays DeChambeau rift

Brooks Koepka took issue with the media's reporting of an interview with Golf Digest in which he expressed issues with the difficulty of Ryder Cup week.

Bob Harig

TSN Edge: Candidates to be top points scorer at Ryder Cup

Who are some of the candidates to be the top points scorer at the Ryder Cup for both the U.S. and the Europeans? Adam Scully has more.

Team Europe not unfamiliar with underdog status at Ryder Cup

With eight of the top ten players in the world, the YS looks like the favorite to win the Ryder Cup. However, entering as the underdog is nothing new for team Europe, as they have faced an uphill battle most of the time, even though they've won nine of the last 12 events. TSN's Bob Weeks has more on how the under the radar group is comfortable right where they are.

Harrington relying on vets for away Ryder Cup

The European team is stacked with veterans who know what to expect at the unique event, Bob Weeks writes.

Bob Weeks

Bob Weeks

SC Timeline: The Brooks and Bryson feud

It all began in January of 2019 when Brooks Koepka shared some candid remarks about Bryson Dechambeau's methodical approach to the game. SportsCentre looks back at the growing feud between the two golfers in the SC Timeline.

Top 5 moments in Ryder Cup history

Golf Talk Canada's Mark Zecchino and Bob Weeks look back at the top 5 moments in Ryder Cup history.

Return to the North: TSN Unveils 2021-22 Toronto Raptors Broadcast Schedule

TSN’s Raptors schedule includes the team’s homecoming game on Wednesday, Oct. 20; two games against Giannis Antetokounmpo and the defending NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks; a matchup with legendary former Raptor Kyle Lowry and the Miami Heat; and many of the NBA’s top teams visiting Toronto

Russian Grand Prix on TSN

The chase for the championship continues

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton both crashed out of their last race. Now with only eight races to go and five points separating them in the standings, the two heated rivals get set to square off at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

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NFL Week 3

Palmer 'cannot wait' to see Brady go toe-to-toe with Stafford

NFL analyst Jesse Palmer looks ahead to Sunday's showdown between the Buccaneers and Rams, and focuses on the quarterback duel between Tom Brady and Matthew Stafford.

What led Tom Brady to leave the Patriots?

Louis Riddick provides his perspective on why Tom Brady decided to part ways with Bill Belichick and the Patriots.

Stephen A.: Fields being thrown into the lion's den vs. Browns

Stephen A. Smith explains why he's concerned about Justin Fields getting his first start for the Bears against the Browns.

Why OBJ shouldn't expect the Browns' offence to run through him

Louis Riddick points out that the run-heavy Browns offence will no longer be focused on Odell Beckham Jr. in his return.

Are the Patriots in a must-win situation against the Saints?

Damien Woody can't believe Bart Scott is declaring Sunday a must-win scenario for the 1-1 Patriots.

2021 Laver Cup

2021 Laver Cup: Meet Team World

Team World is hungry to earn its first overall win in the event's fourth edition. Laver Cup veterans John Isner of the United States, Australian Nick Kyrgios, Argentine Diego Schwartzman and Canadian Denis Shapovalov will try to lead the charge alongside World No. 11 Felix Auger-Aliassime and American Reilly Opelka.

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2021 Laver Cup: Meet Team Europe

Team Europe brings six of the top 10 players in the FedEx ATP Rankings to Boston, led by recent US Open winner Daniil Medvedev, World No. 3 Stefanos Tsitsipas and Tokyo Olympics gold medallist Alexander Zverev. Russian Andrey Rublev, Italian Matteo Berrettini and Norwegian Casper Ruud join Medvedev in making their Laver Cup debuts.

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Blue Jays, Rays trade jabs

Kiermaier calls beanball 'weak,' wants to play Jays in playoffs

So much for that water under the bridge. Just one day after Toronto manager Charlie Montoyo downplayed the fact that Tampa Bay Rays center fielder Kevin Kiermaier had scooped up a scouting card that fell out of Blue Jays catcher Alejandro Kirk's wristband as "agua under the bridge," fireworks erupted on Wednesday.

Kiermaier calls beanball 'weak,' wants to play Jays in playoffs

Kane cleared of gambling on games, under investigation over latest claims

The NHL found no evidence that San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on NHL games or tried to throw games. Kane, however, won't take part in camp until further notice while the league investigates additional allegations of sexual and physical abuse made by Anna Kane in a restraining order application.

Kane cleared of gambling on games, under investigation over latest claims

Latest from 7-Eleven That's Hockey

Insider Trading: Eichel’s medical path, future remain unclear

TSN Hockey Insiders Darren Dreger and Pierre LeBrun join host Gino Reda to discuss Jack Eichel’s future and his medical path going forward, whether or not there is any sense of urgency for the Maple Leafs and Morgan Rielly to reach an extension and what the restricted free agent contracts handed out this week could mean for Elias Pettersson and Quinn Hughes in Vancouver.

Insider Trading: Eichel’s medical path, future remain unclear

Doctors condemn plans for packed arenas in reeling Alberta

More than a dozen infectious disease and critical care doctors are calling on the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers to drop plans to play games in full-capacity arenas this season as the province of Alberta lurches into an unprecedented medical crisis amid the fourth wave of COVID-19.

Doctors condemn plans for packed arenas in reeling Alberta
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Doctors condemn plans for packed arenas in reeling Alberta

NBA fines Warriors owner Lacob $50,000 for Simmons comments

The NBA fined Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob $50,000 for violating the league’s anti-tampering rule with comments he made about Philadelphia 76ers guard Ben Simmons.

NHL Training Camps Open

Treliving defends decision to not make major moves to Flames' roster

Flames fans were clamouring for major changes after another disappointing season, but general manager Brad Treliving kept most of his roster intact. Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Treliving defended that decision and emphasized the importance of the players having a full camp under Darryl Sutter. Salim Valji has more.

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Toronto Maple Leafs

How Ontario’s COVID regulations could affect the Grey Cup in Hamilton

How will Ontario's restrictions for fans at events affect the Grey Cup in Hamilton? Why is Bo Levi Mitchell struggling so much this season? CFL Insiders Dave Naylor and Farhan Lalji have the latest.

Nurse, Mercury meet Liberty, Sky and Wings clash in first round of WNBA playoffs

The WNBA’s race to the end of the regular season proved to be a furious fight to the finish, with the New York Liberty locking up the eighth and final playoff spot on the last day possible.

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Around MLB

Yankees win to pass Jays in wild card race

Gleyber Torres doubled home Joey Gallo for the tiebreaking run in the eighth inning, Gary Sánchez followed with a two-run homer and the New York Yankees rallied past the Texas Rangers 7-3 Wednesday night for a three-game sweep heading into a divisional gauntlet that will decide their postseason fate.

Schwarber, Sale help Boston win 7th in a row

Kyle Schwarber homered twice and scored four times, and Chris Sale struck out eight in five innings on Wednesday night to lead the yellow-and-blue-clad Red Sox to their seventh straight win, 12-5 over the New York Mets.

Mariners top A's, move up in playoff race

Kyle Seager hit his 35th home run, Ty France also connected and the Seattle Mariners moved up in the playoff race, beating the Oakland Athletics 4-1 Wednesday night for their fourth straight win.

Cards win 11th in row, best streak since 2001; stall Brewers

Paul Goldschmidt and Tyler O’Neill homered as the St. Louis Cardinals won their 11th straight game, extending their lead for the second NL wild-card spot and beating the division-leading Milwaukee Brewers 10-2 Wednesday night.

Soto takes over NL batting lead, Nationals beat Marlins

Juan Soto took over the NL batting lead, getting three hits and three RBIs to help the Washington Nationals beat the Miami Marlins 7-5 Wednesday night.

Harper's throw to plate saves Phillies' in win over O's

Bryce Harper threw out the tying run at the plate in the eighth inning and Andrew McCutchen hit a two-run home run to keep the Philadelphia Phillies pushing in the NL East race with a 4-3 win over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night.

Daily Wager: NFL futures

After a scorching hot start to the season, Kyler Murray is now the second betting choice to win NFL MVP. The Daily Wager panel discuss if there is any value left with Murray at his current odds.

Daily Wager: NFL Week 3

It’s a huge clash this week when the undefeated Rams host the defending Super Bowl Champion Buccaneers. The Daily Wager panel give their top plays for this NFC Showdown

TSN Edge

Akil Thomas on making history last season, diversity in hockey, and new looks to his clothing line

Los Angeles Kings prospect Akil Thomas joins The Shift’s Kayla Grey to talk about his clothing brand, ‘Zale,’ as well as making history as part of the first all-Black line in pro hockey since the 1940s and the state of diversity in hockey overall.

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Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11

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

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.

Project 11: Alex Smith's Final Drive

The final chapter of one of the most incredible comebacks in NFL history, a new extended version of Project 11 - Alex Smith’s Final Drive

Full Circle - Freddie Freeman

National League MVP Freddie Freeman of the Atlanta Braves opens up as never before on life, his battle with COVID-19 and his struggles with building a family

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.

The Life and Trials of Oscar Pistorius (Part 1)

The story of Oscar Pistorius will always be one of the most shocking stories in the history of sports

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