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What's different about McDavid on this year's run?

The supporting cast around Connor McDavid has changed, but so has McDavid's game which appears to be on another level. TSN Hockey analyst Cheryl Pounder joins Gino Reda to discuss what has made McDavid's run so special so far in the playoffs.

CFL on TSN - Argonauts vs. Redblacks

WATCH LIVE: Argonauts vs. Redblacks

CFL preseason action hits the gridiron with the Ottawa Redblacks hosting the Toronto Argonauts at TD Place Stadium. Watch LIVE NOW on TSN1/5 and streaming on TSN.ca, the TSN App and TSN Direct.

Avalanche vs. Blues - Game 6

FOLLOW LIVE: Avalanche vs. Blues - Game 6

The Colorado Avalanche look to advance to the Western Conference finals tonight in Game 6 against the St. Louis Blues. The Avalanche lead the series 3-2. Follow along with the action HERE on TSN.ca.

FOLLOW LIVE: Avalanche vs. Blues - Game 6

MacKinnon, Avs can't risk a Game 7 vs Blues

With a chance to wrap up their second round series in six, Nathan MacKinnon and the Avalanche know they can't take their chances in a Game 7 with the Blues. TH discusses how Colorado can move on to the Western Conference Final on Friday night.

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Game on!

CFL commissioner Ambrosie feels new deal provides benefits for both CFL and players

For the first time in months, Randy Ambrosie can think solely about football. The CFL commissioner was in a very upbeat mood Friday, and with good reason. On Thursday night, the CFL Players' Association membership ratified a seven-year labour agreement with the league, ending a lengthy, sometimes contentious negotiation that included just the second strike in league history and first since 1974.

With CBA put to bed, it’s finally time for CFL football

All it took was some money and a little more guaranteed playing time for Canadian players to send the nastiest CFL labour fight in decades into the history books, Dave Naylor writes.

Dave Naylor

Dave Naylor

CFLPA ratifies new collective bargaining agreement with CFL

The CFL Players' Association ratified its new collective bargaining agreement with the CFL on Thursday night. The CFLPA made the announcement via email. The players' vote came hours after the two sides hammered out a seven-year tentative agreement.

2022 CFL on TSN Broadcast Schedule

The new Canadian Football League season kicks off June 9, with preseason games starting May 27.

Ames shares lead at Senior PGA Championship

Canada’s Stephen Ames rides his hot putter to a second-round 66 for a share of top spot with American Scott McCarron at the Senior PGA Championship at Harbor Shores, Bob Weeks writes.

Ames shares lead at Senior PGA Championship
- Bob Weeks
Ames shares lead at Senior PGA Championship

Monaco Grand Prix

Touring Tracks: Monaco

It's arguably the most famous race on the Formula 1 calendar...Monaco. A track rich with history but slim on real estate. The narrow streets make it a challenging circuit, and the perfect focus for the latest edition of Touring Tracks. Here's Tim Hauraney.

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Leclerc out to avenge years of heartbreak in Monaco

Charles Leclerc returns to his home country to try and win the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend. Can Leclerc, one of racing's rising stars, push aside the homecoming pressure and avenge years of heartbreak at one of the most famous circuits?

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Stanley Cup Playoffs

McDavid continues to raise the bar as quest for Stanley Cup continues

After wrapping up a fantastic regular season with a career-high 123 points, Connor McDavid has reached another level in the playoffs. When the Oilers were pushed to the brink in the first round, their Captain rose to the occasion and his goal against the Flames to close out their series propelled McDavid to new heights yet again.

Calgary's future hinges on Gaudreau

Despite a bitter end to the playoffs, Johnny Gaudreau is coming off of a massive season at just the right time. That's Hockey takes a look at the pending Free Agent's options, and why Calgary needs to figure out a way to keep him around.

By the Numbers: Oilers' Stanley Cup Playoffs run

Two rounds in the books and two more to go for the Oilers as they await their next opponent in the Western Conference finals. SportsCentre takes a look at the numbers behind Edmonton's run thus far.

Regardless of opponent, confidence, winning attitude a must for Oilers in conference finals

Halfway through the ultimate goal of winning the Stanley Cup, the competition for the Oilers will no doubt stiffen in the Western Conference finals. That's Hockey discusses what it will take for Edmonton to find success in the next round.

Where did Flames fall short in Battle of Alberta?

The Flames were hoping that they could dictate the pace, and style of play against the Oilers like they did against the Stars, but it never happened. That's Hockey looks at how Edmonton was able to frustrate Calgary all series long.

Hockey Canada, CHL settle lawsuit over alleged sexual assault involving World Junior players

A woman who alleged she was sexually assaulted by eight Canadian Hockey League players, including members of Canada’s gold medal-winning 2017-18 World Junior team, has agreed to drop a lawsuit against the players, Hockey Canada, and the CHL after reaching a settlement.

Rick Westhead

Rick Westhead

Roland-Garros 2022

Fernandez takes down Bencic, advances to fourth round at Roland-Garros

Canadian Leylah Annie Fernandez is moving on to the fourth round at Roland-Garros for the first time in her career. The 19-year-old knocked out Olympic champion and No.14 seed Belinda Bencic in their third-round meeting 7-5, 3-6, 7-5.

Alcaraz becomes youngest player in fourth round at Roland-Garros since 2006

Carlos Alcaraz will be the youngest player in the fourth round at Roland-Garros since Novak Djokovic accomplished the feat in 2006. Alcaraz bested American Sebastian Korda in straight sets and continues to make waves at Roland-Garros.

Nadal advances with straight-sets win

No. 5 Rafael Nadal moved into the fourth round at Roland Garros by beating Botic van de Zandschulp 6-3, 6-2, 6-4. The 13-time champion said it was the best of his three wins this week, at least up until Van de Zandschulp crept back into the third set.

Djokovic gets straight-sets win, Schwartzman next

Defending champion Novak Djokovic recorded another straight-set victory and will face Diego Schwartzman for a spot in the quarterfinals at the French Open.

Gauff off to the fourth round at Roland-Garros

18-year-old Coco Gauff has reached the fourth round at Roland-Garros by beating Kaia Kanepi 6-3, 6-4. Gauff has not dropped a set in her first three matches, and will face off against Elise Mertens in the next round.

Daily Roland-Garros coverage across the TSN Networks

Follow all the action from Roland-Garros across the TSN networks, the TSN App and TSN.ca all tournament long and keep checking back for broadcast information on specific match-ups.

Heat vs. Celtics - Game 6

IIHF Men's World Championship on TSN

What is the strength of the Canadian World Championship squad?

Andi Petrillo, Jamie McLennan and Frank Corrado are joined by TSN Hockey Analyst Mike Johnson who is covering the World Hockey Championship and they break down the play of Canada so far at the tournament and look ahead to their Semi-final matchup with Czechia.

How essential to Canada's success is its top line's performance?

If Canada was going to have any success in the knockout stage, it would need a big performance from its top line of Pierre-Luc Dubois, Drake Batherson and Dylan Cozens. How essential to Canada's success is its top line? TSN Hockey analyst Dave Reid joins Laura Diakun with more.

Canada completes comeback to beat Sweden at Worlds

Drake Batherson scored 43 seconds into overtime, powering Canada to a 4-3 comeback victory over Sweden in the quarterfinals at the world hockey championship Thursday.

Must See: Batherson scores OT-winner as Canada completes stunning late comeback

Seconds after William Nylander is called for tripping, Drake Batherson scores the overtime-winner on the power play to help Canada complete the stunning late comeback against Sweden.

'Those are moments you live for': Chabot on belief Canada had to claim comeback win

Canada mounted a remarkable third-period comeback to defeat Sweden at the World Hockey Championship and afterwards, captain Thomas Chabot spoke about the thrilling finish and the play of his Senators' teammate Drake Batherson, who scored the overtime-winner.

Taylor, Weir off to fast starts in opening rounds

Nick Taylor and Mike Weir, two Canadians looking for a boost in play, finished atop or near the top of the leaderboard in their respective events after Thursday’s opening-round play, Bob Weeks writes.

Taylor, Weir off to fast starts in opening rounds
- Bob Weeks
Taylor, Weir off to fast starts in opening rounds

Around MLB

Fantasy baseball pitcher rankings, lineup advice for Friday's MLB games

Look for our fantasy baseball starting pitcher rankings, hitter upgrades and downgrades daily to help you make smart fantasy baseball lineup decisions and for MLB betting tips.

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Story's seventh homer in seven games helps Red Sox top White Sox

Trevor Story kept up his hot hitting with a three-run homer and four RBIs, and the Boston Red Sox beat the White Sox 16-7 Thursday night to take two of three from Chicago.

Cortes shines as Yankees beat Rays

Nestor Cortes took a three-hit shutout into the ninth inning, Matt Carpenter sparked a go-ahead, three-run rally in his Yankees debut and New York beat the Tampa Bay Rays 7-2 Thursday night in the first meeting of the AL East rivals this season.

Freeman's five RBIs, lift Dodgers over D-Backs

Freddie Freeman highlighted a five-RBI, four-hit night with a three-run homer for his first long ball in more than a month, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers over the Arizona Diamondbacks 14-1 on Thursday night.

Royals score three in 8th inning to rally past Twins

Whit Merrifield drove in two runs with a double and scored on Bobby Witt Jr.’s double, as the Kansas City Royals rallied for three runs in the eighth inning and beat the Minnesota Twins 3-2 Thursday night.

Cabrera's late hit lifts Tigers over Guardians

Miguel Cabrera hit a game-ending single in the ninth inning with his third hit, lifting the Detroit Tigers to a 4-3 win over the Cleveland Guardians on Thursday.

Liverpool

Liverpool

NFL Offseason

New Steelers GM Khan says new job is 'a dream come true'

Omar Khan tried to keep the smile from overtaking his face when Art Rooney II told him the news. But minutes after accepting the Pittsburgh Steelers general manager position, Khan couldn't contain his emotions.

Brooke Pryor

Mahomes: Our offence will involve 'everybody'

Patrick Mahomes discusses how the Chiefs' offence will have to involve everyone in the absence of Tyreek Hill.

Why Mike Tannenbaum is concerned that Lamar Jackson's deal isn't done

Mike Tannenbaum and Jeremy Fowler discuss the level of concern over the Ravens and Lamar Jackson not having a new deal in place.

Harbaugh: Jackson can speak for self on OTA absence

Lamar Jackson is missing the first week of the Baltimore Ravens' organized team activities, marking the first time that the former NFL MVP quarterback hasn't been present at the voluntary spring workouts.

Jamison Hensley

Report: Cards ink RB Williams

Darrel Williams is staying in red. Boardroom's Jordan Schultz reports the former Kansas City Chiefs running back is signing with the Arizona Cardinals.

Mayfield to skip Browns' OTAs; Belichick in no rush to name Pats' offensive play caller

When the Browns begin OTAs on Tuesday, disgruntled QB Baker Mayfield will not be on the field with his teammates. Meanwhile, the Patriots began organized team activities on Monday and New England still hasn't named an offensive play caller for the upcoming season. Bill Belichick isn't in any rush to name who it will be.

Orlovsky, Tannenbaum disagree on Rodgers' OTAs decision

ESPN's Mike Tannenbaum and Dan Orlovsky disagree over the importance of QB Aaron Rodgers showing up for the Packers' OTAs.

OVO Niko discusses bringing J. Cole, pro basketball to Scarborough

OVO Niko, co-founder of the CEBL's Scarborough Shooting Stars, joins The Shift's Kayla Grey to discuss the importance of bringing a pro basketball team to his hometown, how they signed J. Cole to the roster and representing his Scarborough roots.

TSN Columnists

Latest from 7-Eleven That's Hockey

MacKinnon, Avs can't risk a Game 7 vs Blues

With a chance to wrap up their second round series in six, Nathan MacKinnon and the Avalanche know they can't take their chances in a Game 7 with the Blues. TH discusses how Colorado can move on to the Western Conference Final on Friday night.

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Calgary's future hinges on Gaudreau

Despite a bitter end to the playoffs, Johnny Gaudreau is coming off of a massive season at just the right time. That's Hockey takes a look at the pending Free Agent's options, and why Calgary needs to figure out a way to keep him around.

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Where did Flames fall short in Battle of Alberta?

The Flames were hoping that they could dictate the pace, and style of play against the Oilers like they did against the Stars, but it never happened. That's Hockey looks at how Edmonton was able to frustrate Calgary all series long.

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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.

NHL Videos

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.

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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'.

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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?”

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Doc Collection Staff Picks

Lance: Part 2

Based around extensive interviews and conversations with Lance Armstrong, the two-part, four-hour film tells the story of the cyclist’s rise out of Texas as a young superstar cyclist; his harrowing battle with testicular cancer; his recovery and emergence as a global icon with his seven consecutive Tour de France titles; and then his massive fall after he was exposed in one of the largest doping scandals in history.

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Lance: Part 2

Lance: Part 1

Based around extensive interviews and conversations with Lance Armstrong, the two-part, four-hour film tells the story of the cyclist’s rise out of Texas as a young superstar cyclist; his harrowing battle with testicular cancer; his recovery and emergence as a global icon with his seven consecutive Tour de France titles; and then his massive fall after he was exposed in one of the largest doping scandals in history.

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The Bad Boys

Through interviews with Isiah Thomas, Bill Laimbeer, Joe Dumars, Dennis Rodman, Adrian Dantley, Mark Aguirre and others, viewers are provided an inside look at what made the Detroit Pistons, of the late 80's and early 90's, tick.

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You Don't Know Bo

This documentary film takes a close look at the creation of a legend -- two-sport athlete Vincent Edward "Bo" Jackson, the only person ever selected to play in the NFL Pro Bowl and the MLB All-Star Game.

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Kings Ransom

Filmmaker Peter Berg documents the 1988 trade of hockey superstar Wayne Gretzky from the Edmonton Oilers to the Los Angeles Kings.

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Kings Ransom

9.79

The men's 100-meter final at the Seoul Summer Olympic Games was riddled in scandal. This one race still haunts the eight athletes who took part.

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Latest Overdrive Videos

Dear Andi-P

Andi Petrillo fills in for Bryan Hayes in the weekly advice segment and Andi opines on a wide range of listeners questions.

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Should Coleman’s disallowed goal have counted?

Andi Petrillo, Jamie McLennan and Frank Corrado discuss Blake Coleman’s disallowed goal and debate whether it should have counted or not and TSN 1260 Host Dustin Nielson joins them and breaksdown what fans in Edmonton thought of the call.

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OverDrive’s Best Bets

The Grappler joins Andi Petrillo, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan to make the Best Bets of the night brought to you by FanDuel.

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TSN Podcasts

7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine

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.

7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine