Nadal takes out Shapovalov in Australian Open quarters

Rafael Nadal held off Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3 in four hours to reach the Australian Open semifinals for the seventh time and keep his bid on track for a men’s-record 21st Grand Slam singles title.

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CanMNT's Eustaquio joins Porto on loan

Canada midfielder Stephen Eustaquio completed his loan move to Porto on Monday, the Portuguese giants confirmed. Eustaquio, 25, was in his third season at Pacos. The deal comes with an option to buy.

CanMNT's Eustaquio joins Porto on loan

NHL hopeful to conclude Kane investigation by mid-week

TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reports there are rumblings about the conclusion of the league's investigation into a possible COVID-19 breach involving Evander Kane, who is currently a free agent. Dreger adds the NHL is hopeful it will have something by the middle of the week.

NHL hopeful to conclude Kane investigation by mid-week

Canadiens vs. Wild

Wild match team goals record, rout Habs

Connor Dewar got his first career goal and added an assist when Nico Sturm scored 22 seconds later, helping the Minnesota Wild match their franchise record for goals in an 8-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night.

Wild match team goals record, rout Habs

Blues vs. Flames


Yandle ties NHL Iron Man mark; Flyers lose 12th straight

Keith Yandle tied the NHL record for consecutive games played with 964 and the Philadelphia Flyers tied a franchise record with their 12th straight winless game, losing 3-1 to the Dallas Stars on Monday night.

Fox lifts Rangers past Kings in SO

Adam Fox scored the deciding goal in the sixth round of a shootout and the New York Rangers beat the Los Angeles Kings 3-2 on Monday night for their ninth win in 12 games.

Terry scores team-leading 23rd goal, Ducks beat Bruins

Troy Terry scored his team-leading 23rd goal, Ryan Getzlaf had a goal and set up another, and the Anaheim Ducks cooled off the Boston Bruins with a 5-3 victory Monday night.

Lehner makes 34 saves, Golden Knights shut out Capitals

Robin Lehner made 34 saves for his first shutout of the season, backstopping the Vegas Golden Knights to a 1-0 victory over the Washington Capitals on Monday night.

NHL's best line vaults Flames up in Power Rankings

Powered by Johnny Gaudreau, Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tkachuk, the Calgary Flames are the biggest risers in this week's NHL power rankings with momentum to go up even further.

This year feels different for Maple Leafs

Toronto looks comparable (and in some cases, better) than the top teams in the league, something the numbers have been reticent to say in seasons past, Travis Yost writes.

Travis Yost

Travis Yost

Reilly's incredible run in the CFL

After 11 seasons in the CFL, quarterback Michael Reilly announced his retirement from the game. He won two Grey Cups over the course of his career and currently sits 14th on the league's all-time passing list. Farhan Lalji has more on his incredible career.

Reilly's incredible run in the CFL

Canadian phenom Fillier poised for breakout at Beijing Games

The first time Sarah Fillier played for Canada's women's hockey team, she found herself looking across a hotel room at her heroine.

Olympic hockey teams permitted six-player taxi squad

As many as six extra players will be able to travel with each team during the hockey portion of the 2022 Olympics, TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger reports.

Triple threat: Leafs put Matthews, Marner, Nylander on different lines

Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe is taking advantage of the rare opportunity to experiment now that he has a fully healthy forward group, so at Monday’s practice stars Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William Nylander all skated on different lines, Mark Masters writes.

Triple threat: Leafs put Matthews, Marner, Nylander on different lines
- Mark Masters
Triple threat: Leafs put Matthews, Marner, Nylander on different lines

Question Period with Craig Button: Who should the Leafs and Oilers target in a trade?

TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button joins Jay Onrait for another edition of Question Period, where he answers questions from fans around the NHL. What defenceman should the Leafs be eyeing? Which goaltenders make sense for the Oilers? Button answers these and more.

Oilers not out of the woods but the talent is there to turn things around

The Oilers eased some of the tension surrounding the team with a win in the Battle of Alberta over the weekend and while they are not out of the woods just yet, That's Hockey explains why the talent on the team should be enough to lift them out of their current funk.

Julian De Guzman: Fight or Flight

As Canada is set to embark on trips to both Honduras and El Salvador during the upcoming CONCACAF World Cup qualifying window, former Canada midfielder Julian de Guzman looks at what Canada can expect and what its young core must do to come out of those trips on course for their first World Cup berth since 1986.

- Julian De Guzman, special to TSN
Julian De Guzman: Fight or Flight

Eustaquio, Hoilett included in CanMNT squad for qualifiers

Despite his positive test for COVID-19, Porto midfielder Steven Eustaquio has been included on John Herdman's Canada roster for its three upcoming CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers against Honduras, United States and El Salvador. Reading forward Junior Hoilett was also selected after having recently been a question mark with a hamstring injury.

Canadians in Europe: Eustaquio on the move

Stephen Eustaquio's whirlwind week included a positive test and a move to Porto, Steven Vitoria saw red and there was disappointment for Jonathan David and Lille. Here's a look at what some Canadian internationals got up to over the weekend in European club football.

Bonds, Clemens belong in Cooperstown

Every era of baseball history has had some form of performance enhancement, Steve Phillips writes. We should be inducting the great players and telling the stories of their time in the game.

Bonds, Clemens belong in Cooperstown
- Steve Phillips
Bonds, Clemens belong in Cooperstown

CFL Off-Season

Report: Elks re-sign RB Wilder Jr. on one-year deal

James Wilder Jr. is returning to the Edmonton Elks. The Elks signed their 2021 leading rusher and team offensive most outstanding player to a one-year contract extension.

Stampeders re-sign Canadian OL Williams

The Calgary Stampeders agreed to a new contract with Canadian offensive lineman Zack Williams on Monday. Williams had been eligible to become a free agent in February.

Roughriders sign WR Kidsy, Sunderland

The Saskatchewan Roughriders have signed American wide receiver Darvin Kidsy and American defensive back Will Sunderland, it was announced Monday.

Blue Bombers re-sign long-snapper Benson

The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and long-snapper Mike Benson have agreed to terms on a one-year contract extension, the team announced Monday.

Ticats sign national players Brown, Glave

The Hamilton Tiger-Cats have signed national kicker Dante Brown and national defensive lineman Donovan Glave, it was announced Sunday.

Auburn No. 1 for first time in history of AP Top 25 men's basketball poll

Auburn climbed past Gonzaga to No. 1 in the AP Top 25 poll released Monday. The Tigers beat Kentucky over the weekend for their 15th consecutive win, then scooped up 45 of 61 first-place votes.

Raptors stick at No. 14 in Week 15 Power Rankings

After all of the injuries they have suffered this season, the Raptors have to feel pretty good about sitting at .500 with a couple of weeks to go before the trade deadline.

Morris putting Aussie connection aside for Beijing Olympics

John Morris has helped the Australian mixed doubles team of Tahli Gill and Dean Hewitt reach new heights the past few seasons as their coach. However, Morris won’t be working double duty in Beijing, calling Canada his “No. 1 priority.”

- Ryan Horne,
Morris putting Aussie connection aside for Beijing Olympics

MLB negotiators to meet in person for first time since Dec. 1

Negotiators for locked-out baseball players and management met in person Monday for the first time since Dec. 1, the day before the start of the sport's first work stoppage since 1995.

Fab’s Five: Fantasy basketball streaming options for Week 15

Week 15 of the fantasy basketball league season is upon us. With only six weeks left, it's important to try and gain as much of an advantage as possible with team schedules if you’re battling for important seeding or a playoff spot at this stage.

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Australian Open on TSN

Keys moves into Australian Open semis

Madison Keys continued her resurgent 2022 season by advancing to the Australian Open semifinals. And resurgent might be a major understatement. Her 6-3, 6-2 quarterfinal win over French Open champion Barbora Krejcikova on Tuesday was her 10th match win in a row and 11th of the new year.

Tennis Australia reverses ban of “Where is Peng Shuai” shirts at Australian Open

Tennis Australia has reversed their decision to ban Australian Open spectators from donning shirts and bringing signs with the hashtag “#WhereisPengShuai” in support of on-going concern over the whereabouts of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai.

Alcott defeats Lapthorne to reach quad wheelchair singles final

Dylan Alcott's beaten opponent Andy Lapthorne paid an emotional tribute to the world number one, with the pair embracing following their Australian Open quad wheelchair singles semifinal. Alcott had just defeated Lapthorne 6-3, 6-0 on Kia Arena when they met at the net to shake hands.

Felix's coach explains how the Canadian can finally get past Medvedev

Coming off his win over Marin Čilić, Felix Auger-Aliassime's coach Frederic Fontang explains how the Canadian's calmness helped him fend off the early heat from the Croatian. He also looks ahead to his quarter-final match against Daniil Medvedev, who Felix is 0-3 against in his career.

Daily Australian Open coverage on TSN

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Will the Bengals be able to top the Chiefs in the AFC Championship?

ESPN's Ryan Clark looks back at the Bengals and Chiefs meeting earlier in the season and is eager to see their matchup in the playoffs.

How will Rams' and 49ers' familiarity with each other affect NFC title game?

ESPN's Ryan Clark looks ahead to the NFC title game matchup between the 49ers and Rams.

Brady says he plans to spend a lot of time with family to figure out his future

Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady indicated Monday that family will play a substantial role in determining whether he will return to play next season. He also said that if this is it, he could walk away "proud and satisfied," even though the Bucs lost 30-27 when they were eliminated in the divisional round of the playoffs Sunday by the Los Angeles Rams.

Jenna Laine

Stephen A.: Bills 'wasted' Josh Allen's performance

ESPN's Stephen A. Smith laments the Bills' inability to stop the Chiefs on their final drive after Josh Allen's remarkable performance.

Fantasy basketball waiver wire finds - This Nets duo is your safest option

Working the waiver wire is pivotal to succeeding in fantasy basketball. With so many games, injuries and endless shifts in rotations throughout the marathon campaign, we'll need to source stats from free agency to maximize imaginary rosters.

Jim McCormick

Around the NBA

Booker, Paul lead Suns past depleted Jazz

Devin Booker scored 33 points, Chris Paul had 15 of his a season-high 27 points in the fourth quarter, and the Phoenix Suns rallied for a 115-109 win over the short-handed Utah Jazz on Monday night.

Graham, Valanciunas push Pelicans past Pacers

Devonte Graham scored 25 points, Josh Hart had 22 points and 10 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans defeated the Indiana Pacers 117-113 on Monday night.

Vucevic, Bulls withstand late Thunder rally

Nicola Vucevic had 26 points and 15 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls withstood a fierce rally by Oklahoma City to beat the Thunder 111-110 on Monday night.

Love, Garland help Cavaliers hold off Knicks

Kevin Love scored 20 points — nine straight in a 3-point barrage in just over a minute — and Darius Garland had 12 assists as the Cleveland Cavaliers survived a late rally by New York to beat the Knicks 95-93 on Monday night.

Embiid's double-double helps 76ers hold off Spurs

Joel Embiid had 38 points and 12 rebounds and the Philadelphia 76ers held off a late rally to beat the San Antonio Spurs 115-109 on Sunday night.

Tatum scores 51 in Celtics' rout of Wizards

Jayson Tatum scored 51 points — 48 of them in the first three quarters — and the Boston Celtics breezed to a 116-87 victory over the Washington Wizards on Sunday.

Poole scores 20 points, Warriors hold off Jazz

Jordan Poole scored 20 points to lead a balanced Golden State scoring attack, and the Warriors held off a late Utah rally to beat the Jazz 94-92 on Sunday night.

TSN proudly supports Bell Let's Talk Day

Bell Let’s Talk Day 2022 is on Wednesday, January 26 and everyone is invited to join the Canadian conversation that’s leading the world in confronting the stigma around mental illness and sharing ideas to move mental health forward.

Bell Let's Talk: Going the Distance

Bell Let's Talk: Going the Distance

John Tomasino and Melanie Locke are connected by a passion for distance running. And in a year that has kept us isolated and apart, John and Melanie came together. From Rick Westhead, here is a story about supporting one other.

Bell Let's Talk: With Open Arms

Bell Let's Talk: With Open Arms

In Missisauga, Ontario there's a nine-year-old greyhound called Tux who began his life as an elite athlete. In retirement he's helping people in need now more then ever with his unique brand of comfort. From Rick Westhead and in support of Bell Let's Talk, this is With Open Arms.

McKenzie's Mid-Season Draft Rankings

McKenzie: Wright still No. 1, but gap closing due to underwhelming season

Although nine of 10 scouts have Shane Wright as the projected No. 1 pick for the 2022 NHL Draft, as Bob McKenzie explains, some scouts believe the gap is closing because of his underwhelming season. Meanwhile, Craig Button explains why the best NHL comparable to Wright is Patrice Bergeron.

McKenzie reveals picks 2-5, says Cooley represents most significant challenger to Wright

TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie reveals picks 2-5 for the 2022 NHL Draft, and explains why U.S. national team U18 centre Logan Cooley represents the most significant challenger to Shane Wright for the No. 1 spot.

McKenzie shares picks 11-20, which features five from the U.S. national U18 team

TSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie shares picks 11-20, which features five players from the U.S. national U18 team.

Savoie shares NHLer who best represents his style of play, Oilers' fandom growing up

Canadian Matt Savoie, who Bob McKenzie has No. 4 in his mid-season prospect rankings, joins Glenn Schiiler to discuss his excitement for the 2022 NHL Draft, which NHL player represents the best comparable to his style of play, being a big Oilers fan growing up, getting a chance to meet Connor McDavid, and more.

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The Shift: Episode 25

In Episode 25 of The Shift, Kayla sits down with the stars of the new series “The Book of Boba Fett” - Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen. The duo described what it was like working together and how one of them used to treat Star Wars as a religion. Kayla also shines a spotlight on OVO’s new hockey line – including a puck she can’t get enough of.

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Calls For Change

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.

'It was no longer my word against everybody else's...'

Kyle Beach, who is John Doe in the Chicago Blackhawks sexual assault investigation, talks to Rick Westhead about how his NHL experience 'changed forever' after his ordeal with former video coach Brad Aldrich and the team, his reaction to the investigation's findings and the need to support other victims of sexual assault so they can speak out.

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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.

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MLB Productions chronicles the 2004 American League playoff series between the Yankees and Red Sox that made baseball history and finally put an end to the "Curse of the Bambino."

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