Debrincat on Bowman resigning: 'Probably a change that needed to happen'

Chicago Blackhawks winger Alex Debrincat said Wednesday that the team parting ways with general manager Stan Bowman was "probably a change that needed to happen."

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Quenneville stands by July statement ahead of Bettman meeting

Joel Quenneville is sticking to his story. The former Chicago Blackhawks head coach and current bench boss of the Florida Panthers told reporters on Wednesday that he stands by a statement he made in the summer regarding allegations of sexual assault made by a former player against then-Blackhawks video coach Brad Aldrich in 2010.

Quenneville stands by July statement ahead of Bettman meeting

Report: Panthers not expected to pursue QB Watson

It appears the Carolina Panthers are out of the Deshaun Watson sweepstakes. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Panthers are not expected to pursue the Houston Texans quarterback, who has only waived his no-trade for the Miami Dolphins to date.

Report: Panthers not expected to pursue QB Watson

Morton threw 16 pitches on a broken leg, apologized that it wasn't more

Inside the training room of the visiting clubhouse at Minute Maid Park during Game 1 of the World Series, friends kept dropping by to apologize to Atlanta Braves pitcher Charlie Morton for his misfortune. His response to them, and to others who reached out and wished him well after a comebacker broke his leg, was the same: "I'm sorry."

Jeff Passan

Baker: Astros 'very confident' despite dropping Game 1

The Astros lost their fifth consecutive World Series home game dating back to 2019 as they dropped Game 1 of the 2021 Fall Classic to the Braves 6-2 on Tuesday night.

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Packers, Cardinals to open Week 8

Gauging the Cardinals, Packers and potential Super Bowl contenders in top-heavy NFC

The unbeaten Arizona Cardinals and once-beaten Green Bay Packers meet in one of the most anticipated Thursday night games in recent memory. But come Friday morning, there still might not be a clear-cut favorite in the NFC.

Rob Demovsky

Morning Coffee: Packers’ absences continue to move number For TNF

At first glance, it looked like Thursday Night Football would give us the marquee matchup for Week 8 in the NFL. Now just over 24 hours away from kickoff, there is plenty of uncertainty surrounding a showdown that could turn out to be more lopsided than anticipated.

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Daily Wager: Packers at Cardinals

With Davante Adams and Allen Lazard currently on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, the Daily Wager panel discusses who might be the primary receivers for Aaron Rodgers on Thursday Night Football.

On Second Thought: Winter is coming

What's wrong with Patrick Mahomes? Jabari Greer offers up some changes for the Kansas City quarterback after another loss, so the Chiefs don't get left out in the cold come playoff time.

CM Punk makes Dynamite in-ring debut on TSN2

CM Punk steps into the ring on Dynamite for the first time on Wednesday night when he takes on Bobby Fish. Plus Sammy Guevara puts his TNT Championship on the line against Ethan Page and in eight-man tag-team action The Elite meet the Dark Order. You can catch AEW Dynamite LIVE at 8pm et/5pm pt on TSN5, streaming on TSN Direct and on TSN.ca.

CM Punk makes Dynamite in-ring debut on TSN2

With Leafs struggling, Tavares vows to become captain consistent

Throughout his career, John Tavares has been a model of consistency but early in 2021-22 his three-point total matches his lowest seven-game output to open an NHL season. Like the Maple Leafs, who are winless in four straight (0-3-1), the captain can't seem to find the sweet spot in his game but vows to work his way out of the rut, Mark Masters writes.

With Leafs struggling, Tavares vows to become captain consistent
- Mark Masters
With Leafs struggling, Tavares vows to become captain consistent

The Exchange

This video is about an EXCHANGE – where talented people push each other to new heights. In it, Georges St-Pierre motivates Canada’s National Para Hockey Team to push the needle towards gold. In addition he took home a lesson in Sledge Hockey as he worked alongside these powerful athletes. Both Georges St- Pierre and Canada’s National Para Hockey Team are powered by Tempur-Pedic.

World Series

Morton fractures fibula vs. Astros

Charlie Morton exited in the third inning of World Series Game 1 on Tuesday night with an apparent ankle injury, forcing the Atlanta Braves to tap into their bullpen much sooner than they would have liked.

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How significant is the loss of Morton for the Braves?

After Atlanta came out the gate hot, scoring five runs in the first three innings, TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips discusses the key to the Braves' early offence in Game 1, and explains how significant the loss of starter Charlie Morton is for the Braves.

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Fallout from the Blackhawks investigation

TSN's Hockey Insiders discuss the timeline on Gary Bettman's planned meetings with Kevin Cheveldayoff and Joel Quenneville, what's next for USA Hockey with Stan Bowman stepping down, and much more.

Fallout from the Blackhawks investigation

CFL Week 13

Dropping Back with Dave: Bombers' D could be the best ever

The Blue Bombers wrapped up the West division last weekend, improving to 10-1 on the season. The defending champs are far and away the best team in the league, but Dave Naylor explains why their defence deserves a lot of credit for their impressive season.

Strong quarterback play, running game powers Alouettes

The Alouettes find themselves in first place in the East Division after defeating the Toronto Argonauts on Friday night and got strong play from both the quarterback and running back positions.

Naylor: Arbuckle has the most experience on Elks' QB chart

The Elks have acquired quarterback Nick Arbuckle from the Argonauts for a third-round pick and the rights to a player on Edmonton's negotiation list. This comes a week after Edmonton traded away Trevor Harris to the Alouettes. CFL Insider Dave Naylor has more on the move.

Around the NHL

Anderson: Habs 'just not executing individually'

The Montreal Canadiens disastrous start to the season continued Tuesday with a 5-1 loss to the expansion Seattle Kraken. Canadiens winger Josh Anderson said his team is failing to execute individually and adding they "didn't deserve to win" Tuesday.

Canucks D Hamonic reports to Vancouver

Canucks general manager Jim Benning announced Tuesday that defenceman Travis Hamonic has reported to Vancouver and he will join AHL Abbotsford in the coming days.

Ehlers takes control of game late to steal stunning win for Jets

After coming up huge late in the game with a pair of goals 19 seconds apart, TSN Hockey analyst Jamie McLennan praises Nikolaj Ehlers for taking control of the game late to steal the win for the Jets.

Feeling better, Mrazek hopes to return to Leafs lineup 'in a few days'

Petr Mrazek's Maple Leafs debut was cut short due to a groin injury suffered on October 14th. Feeling better and practicing in full again with the team, Mrazek hopes he is just a few days away from a return and credits Toronto's training staff for helping him heal fast.

World Series Game 1

Soler, Braves overcome Morton injury, top Astros in Game 1

A healthy swing by Jorge Soler powered the Atlanta Braves to a smashing start in the World Series. Making his first start since testing positive for COVID-19, Soler became the first player to begin a World Series with a home run and the Braves, despite the loss of pitcher Charlie Morton to a broken leg, hushed the Houston Astros 6-2 Tuesday night in Game 1.

The Shift

The Shift: Dragan Andic on touring with Drake, and directing Roy Woods

Dragan Andic joins Kayla Grey to talk about how he ended up touring with Drake and other musicians. As well as his transition from photographer to music video director.

The Shift: RJ Barrett on elevating his game, Canada's national team, and Steve Nash

RJ Barrett joins The Shift's Kayla Grey to share his outlook and the new developments in his game going into his third NBA season. Plus, he discusses the rise of Canadian talent in basketball as well as the presence of his godfather, Steve Nash.

Chicago Blackhawks

Bowman steps down as USA Olympics GM

Hours after stepping down as president and general manager of the Chicago Blackhawks, Stan Bowman has also stepped down as the GM of USA Hockey's entry in February's Beijing Winter Olympics. Both moves come in the wake of the results of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010.

Bettman to meet with Cheveldayoff, Quenneville on Blackhawks report

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced Tuesday he plans to arrange "personal meetings in the near future" with Florida Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville and Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff in the wake of the independent investigation commissioned by the Chicago Blackhawks into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010.

Blackhawks GM Bowman steps down in wake of investigation

Stan Bowman’s time with the Chicago Blackhawks is over. The team announced their general manager and president had stepped down on Tuesday on Tuesday in the wake of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010.

Paul Vincent feels vindicated and also sad for the people who 'didn't do the right thing'

Paul Vincent, the former Blackhawks skills coach who was crucial in bringing the sexual assault accusations to light, explains why he approached TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead to tell his side of the story. Vincent also says although he feels vindicated, he also feels sad for the people who "didn't do the right thing".

Lawyer of victim shares client's reaction to outcome of Blackhawks investigation

Susan Loggans, the attorney representing the former Blackhawks player who was sexually assaulted by Brad Aldrich, shares her client's reaction to the outcome of the investigation, and weighs in on the punishment handed down to the organization.

What's the likely next step in the lawsuit against the Blackhawks?

TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead shares his reaction to the final report issued by Chicago law firm Jenner & Block and the immediate consequences announced. Westhead also discusses what's the likely next step in the lawsuit launched by John Doe against the Blackhawks, and whether he gets the sense that Paul Vincent, the Hawks former skills coach who was crucial in helping the story come to light, finally feels vindicated.

Chicago Blackhawks allegations - Follow the timeline

The Chicago Blackhawks have been at the centre of an independent investigation into allegations that a then-assistant coach sexually assaulted two players in 2010 - a developing story covered throughout the year by TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead. A timeline of the stories following the allegations and investigation.

Canada’s women’s soccer team returns to its trademark one-goal win

The gold medallists from the Tokyo Olympics were honoured pre-game before beating New Zealand 1-0 in the second game of their Celebration Tour Tuesday night in Montreal. It was the first game the national team has played here in more than six years.

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Brown atop women's standings with 3-0 record at Olympic curling pre-trials

Corryn Brown of Kamloops, B.C., scored four in the sixth and three in the ninth to beat Jestyn Murphy of Mississauga, Ont., 11-5 on Tuesday in the sixth draw of Canada's Olympic curling pre-trials.

NFL Week 8

NFL's investigation into Washington won't be released despite pressure, commissioner Goodell says

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell doubled down Tuesday on the league's decision not to make public the results of its investigation into the workplace culture at the Washington Football Team, saying the anonymity of the people who cooperated with the investigation was too high a priority to allow the league to do so.

Dan Graziano

Why the Browns shouldn't rush Baker Mayfield back onto the field

Marcus Spears and Domonique Foxworth aren't convinced that the Browns are any worse without Baker Mayfield playing.

Why Stephen A. doesn't have much faith in Green Bay without Davante Adams

Stephen A. Smith doesn't think the Packers have what it takes to beat the Cardinals without Davante Adams.

Packers place Lazard on reserve/COVID-19 list

The Packers put Allen Lazard on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Tuesday, meaning the team could be without its top three wide receivers heading into Thursday's game against the unbeaten Arizona Cardinals.

Rob Demovsky

NFL doesn't yet have enough information about Watson lawsuits to make decision, commissioner Goodell says

The playing status of Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, one of the hottest topics in the NFL ahead of next Tuesday's trade deadline, does not sound as if it will be altered any time soon.

Dan Graziano

Around the NBA

Gobert leads Jazz over Nuggets as Jokic gets hurt

Rudy Gobert had 23 points and 16 rebounds and Donovan Mitchell added 22 points to lead the Utah Jazz to a 122-110 win over the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night in a game where Nikola Jokic left with a knee injury.

Davis, Westbrook lead Lakers by Spurs minus James

Anthony Davis had 35 points and 17 rebounds, Russell Westbrook added 33 points and 10 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied without LeBron James to beat the San Antonio Spurs 125-121 in overtime Tuesday night.

Doncic, Mavs beat Rockets in Kidd's home debut

Luka Doncic had 26 points and 14 rebounds, Reggie Bullock had his best game with his new team by scoring 16 points and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Houston Rockets 116-106 in coach Jason Kidd's first home game Tuesday night.

Curry scores 23, Warriors top Thunder to remain unbeaten

Stephen Curry scored 23 points and the Golden State Warriors remained unbeaten, rallying in the second half to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 106-98 on Tuesday night.

Knicks romp to end 15-game skid vs. 76ers

Kemba Walker scored 19 points in his best game with his hometown team and the New York Knicks snapped a 15-game losing streak against the Philadelphia 76ers with a 112-99 victory Tuesday night.

Love, Allen guide Cavaliers to win over Nuggets

Kevin Love scored 22 points, Jarrett Allen recorded his second straight double-double and the Cleveland Cavaliers held off the Denver Nuggets 99-87 on Monday night.

Pelicans snap 3-game skid with win over Timberwolves

Brandon Ingram scored 27 points, Jonas Valanciunas had 22 points and 23 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans snapped a season-opening three-game losing streak with a 107-98 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night.

NFL Early Lean: Week 8

We have a huge primetime clash on Thursday Night Football on TSN when Green Bay travels to Arizona. Davis Sanchez makes his case why it is best to bet the undefeated Cardinals now at this price.

TSN Edge: Who has the upper hand in Bermuda?

The PGA Tour is in Bermuda this week! Golf Talk Canada makes their picks for the Bermuda Championship.

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