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Bulldogs beat Cataractes in OT, move on to Memorial Cup Final

Jan Mysak scored 10:08 into overtime Monday as the Hamilton Bulldogs clinched a berth in Wednesday’s Memorial Cup final with a 4-3 victory over the Shawinigan Cataractes at TD Station in Saint John, New Brunswick.

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Nevin, Winker get biggest suspensions after Angels - Mariners brawl

Los Angeles Angels interim manager Phil Nevin was suspended 10 games and Seattle Mariners outfielder Jesse Winker received a seven-game ban from Major League Baseball for their roles in a benches-clearing brawl during the second inning of Sunday's game.

Nevin, Winker get biggest suspensions after Angels - Mariners brawl

Lions WR Burnham to miss the next 3-6 weeks

BC Lions wide receiver Bryan Burnham, who suffered a punctured lung and fractured ribs in Saturday's win over the Toronto Argonauts, will miss the next three-to-six weeks with his injures, according to TSN CFL Insider Farhan Lalji.

Lions WR Burnham to miss the next 3-6 weeks

Report: Jays close to signing veteran reliever Romo

The Toronto Blue Jays are close to signing reliever Sergio Romo to an MLB deal, according to Jon Heyman of the New York Post.

Report: Jays close to signing veteran reliever Romo

Possible candidates for the 2023 HHOF class

After the election of six to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday, here is a look at candidates for next year's class featuring holdovers from this year and fist-time eligible players. Just like this year’s group, there are plenty of deserving candidates.

Possible candidates for the 2023 HHOF class

Hockey Hall of Fame: Class of 2022

Button and Pounder examine the star-studded HHOF class of 2022

Henrik and Daniel Sedin, Roberto Luongo, and Daniel Alfredsson are headed to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Craig Button and Cheryl Pounder join Jay Onrait to break down the star-studded 2022 class of HHOF inductees.

The HHOF Class of 2022 is painted in gold and draped in success

This year's class for the Hockey Hall of Fame is littered with golden winners, as Roberto Luongo joins former teammates Henrik and Daniel Sedin in their first year of eligibility, while Daniel Alfredsson gets his due as well. Gino Reda and Dave Poulin react to the new class of inductees, which also includes Riikka Sallinen and Herb Carnegie.

Garrioch: Passed up four times, it felt like it was Alfredsson's time to enter the HHOF

The fifth time was the charm for Daniel Alfredsson. Passed up four times, the former Senators star finally got the call to the Hall of Fame on Monday. Bruce Garrioch joins That's Hockey to discuss Alfredsson's induction and what it means to the fans in Ottawa.

Seems only fitting that the Sedins enter the Hall together

They played their entire careers beside one another, so, it only seems fitting that Daniel and Henrik Sedin will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame together. That's Hockey discusses the greatness of the twins, and also what made Roberto Luongo's career so special.

Sedin twins, Luongo, Alfredsson highlight 2022 inductees for Hockey Hall of Fame

The Hockey Hall of Fame announced its class of 2022 on Monday, highlighted by a trio of former Canucks teammates – Henrik and Daniel Sedin and Roberto Luongo – in their first year of eligibility. Senators star Daniel Alfredsson, Finnish women’s hockey legend Riikka Sallinen and builder Herb Carnegie round out the Class of 2022.

Entering the HHOF together, the Sedins' story continues the same as it begun

After a few trades allowed the Canucks to draft Swedish twins Henrik and Daniel Sedin back in 1999, the duo's career ran side-by-side in Vancouver. Both men excelled and currently sit atop some of the team's all-time records. Now, they enter the Hockey Hall of Fame the same way as they entered the NHL. Together.

Debating the HHOF Class of 2022

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan discuss the Hockey Hall of Fame’s class of 2022 and why are some older players being overlooked for first year eligible inductees.

Blue Jays rout Red Sox in opener

The 2022 Memorial Cup on TSN

How does Hamilton stack up against Saint John in the Memorial Cup Final?

Craig Button joins Jay Onrait to examine the Bulldogs' entertaining overtime victory over the Cataractes and assess how Hamilton stacks up against the Sea Dogs in the Memorial Cup Final.

Bulldogs overcome Cataractes in an OT thriller to advance to Memorial Cup Final

Jan Mysak's first goal at the 2022 Memorial Cup came at the perfect time, as he tipped home the game-winning goal in overtime to send Hamilton to the final where they'll meet the hometown Sea Dogs. Craig Button and Cheryl Pounder break down the Bulldogs' big OT victory over Shawinigan.

'I was waiting for that': Mysak makes an impact with biggest goal of his CHL career

Jan Mysak netted the overtime-winner to lead the Bulldogs past the Cataractes and into the Memorial Cup Final, earning first star of the game honours in the process. After the game, he spoke about the clutch goal and how Hamilton has been able to meet the lofty expectations put on them all season long.

Memorial Cup: Hamilton 4, Shawinigan 3 (OT)

Jan Mysak scored the game-winner in overtime as the Bulldogs booked a spot in the Memorial Cup Final with a thrilling victory over the Cataractes on Monday. Hamilton and Shawinigan went back-and-forth all game with neither team leading for longer than 4:26.

Dufour nets four as Sea Dogs rally past Cataractes, advance to Memorial Cup final

The Shawinigan Cataractes scored 49 seconds into Saturday's final round robin game at the Memorial Cup and enjoyed a 3-0 lead after 20 minutes.

Dufour helps Sea Dogs storm back to book ticket to Memorial Cup Final

Shawinigan looked to be in the driver seat with their 3-0 lead after the opening period, but William Dufour had other ideas, his natural hat trick tied things up and ultimately sparked five-unanswered goals from Saint John. The CHL on TSN panel breaks down the Sea Dogs huge comeback win that earns them a bye to the Final.

CHL on TSN - Broadcast Schedule

TSN is home of the Canadian Hockey League, featuring games from the WHL, OHL and QMJHL. Check back for more games on our broadcast schedule as they are made available.

Around MLB

Best-in-MLB Yankees top worst-in majors A's on late rally

The Yankees took advantage of two catcher’s interference calls, a hit batter and a walk to spark a bizarre six-run seventh inning, and Josh Donaldson followed with a go-ahead, two-run double that led best-in-the-majors New York over the big-league worst Oakland Athleics 9-5 Monday night.

Angels rally late to beat White Sox

Taylor Ward hit a go-ahead double in the seventh inning, Noah Syndergaard snapped a four-game losing streak and the Los Angeles Angels rallied for a 4-3 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.

Kuhl tosses three-hit shutout, Rockies beat Dodgers

Chad Kuhl pitched a three-hitter for his first career shutout and the Colorado Rockies beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0 on Monday night.

Garver, Calhoun power Rangers to win over Royals

Mitch Garver and Kole Calhoun each had two hits, two runs and two RBIs, leading the Texas Rangers to a 10-4 win over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night.

Two Yepez home runs lead Cardinals over Marlins

Juan Yepez had his first career multi-homer game and Adam Wainwright pitched seven scoreless innings in St. Louis Cardinals' 9-0 rout of the Miami Marlins on Monday night.

Sánchez, Gray power Twins past Guardians in series opener

Gary Sánchez had four RBIs and Sonny Gray pitched seven superb innings to help the Minnesota Twins stretch their lead in the AL Central with an 11-1 blowout of the Cleveland Guardians on Monday night.

Franco's two-run homer carries Nationals past Pirates

Maikel Franco hit a go-ahead, two-run home run in the eighth inning, and the Washington Nationals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 Monday in the opener of a three-game series.

Wimbledon 2022 on TSN

‘Today was definitely a challenge’: Canadian Marino reflects on first round loss

After dropping the first set, Rebecca Marino said she was able to come back with a good plan following the rain delay to take the second set, but could get over the hump to pull it off. The Canadian admits that while it is disappointing, there are no WTA ranking points to win or lose, so she will focus on her next task at hand.

Alcaraz made to fight for a spot in second round at Wimbledon

No. 5 seed Carlos Alcaraz had to fight back twice to dispose of Jan-Lennard Struff 4-6, 7-5, 4-6, 7-6, 6-4 to earn his spot in the second round of Wimbledon.

Not Wimble-Done

At the Australian Open in 2017, Serena Williams was at the height of her powers and had collected her 23rd major title, sitting on the verge of history. Now, 65 months later, arguably the most dominant tennis player in the history of the sport is still seeking that elusive 24th. ESPN's Jeremy Schaap has more.

Canada's Marino gives up two late breaks in first-round loss to Kawa at Wimbledon

Poland's Katarzyna Kawa converted two pivotal break points late in the match to secure a 6-4, 3-6, 7-5 win over Vancouver's Rebecca Marino in first-round women's action Monday at Wimbledon.

Djokovic advances to second round at Wimbledon

Novak Djokovic needed one set more than expected to reach the second round at Wimbledon on Monday. The top-seeded Serb, a six-time champion at the All England Club, beat Kwon Soon-woo 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 on Centre Court.

Davidovich Fokina upsets Hurkacz in opening round of Wimbledon

Unranked Alejandro Davidovich Fokina dispatched of seventh seed Hubert Hurkacz in a five-set marathon 7-6, 6-4, 5-7, 2-6, 7-6 to move on to the second-round of Wimbledon.

Daily Wimbledon coverage on TSN

TSN is the home of Wimbledon. Follow all the action from the All England Club across the TSN Network and on TSN App all tournament long.

NBA Offseason

Windhorst on Irving situation: 'Kyrie is the perfect player to play alongside LeBron'

ESPN's Brian Windhorst explains why Kyrie Irving would be a great fit with LeBron James and the Lakers.

Windhorst on Brooklyn: Nets sending signals that they're prepared to lose Kyrie and KD

ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst breaks down the potential of both Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving departing from the Brooklyn Nets.

Wojnarowski discusses future for Irving and Durant

ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski breaks down what is going on with the Brooklyn Nets with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant.

The latest rumblings on Zach LaVine, Bradley Beal and James Harden

ESPN NBA Insider Brian Windhorst details the latest rumours surrounding Zach LaVine, Bradley Beal and James Harden.

Lowe: Nets won't give Kyrie a max extension

ESPN's Zach Lowe explains why he sees a scenario in which Kyrie Irving leaves the Nets and says the Kevin Durant situation is 'wobbly.'

What are the chances Durant has played his last game with the Nets?

ESPN's Tim Bontemps and Zach Lowe detail what teams would need to do to entice Kevin Durant to join them.

Panthers make a big bet on Maurice

Last week, the Florida Panthers opted to replace head coach Andrew Brunette with Paul Maurice. It was a curious decision for two reasons. Travis Yost explains.

Panthers make a big bet on Maurice
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Panthers make a big bet on Maurice

Off-Season Countdown: Could Devils target Campbell?

Ahead of the NHL Draft on July 7 and the opening of free agency on July 13, TSN.ca keeps you up to date with all the latest rumours and speculation from around the NHL beat. In Monday's roundup, looking at a potential suitor for Jack Campbell's rights ahead of free agency.

Off-Season Countdown: Could Devils target Campbell?

Davies signs five-year endorsement deal with BMO

Canadian men’s national soccer team player Alphonso Davies has signed a five-year sponsorship with Bank of Montreal, giving the bank a tie to one of Canada’s most recognizable young sports superstars. Rick Westhead has more.

Davies signs five-year endorsement deal with BMO
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Davies signs five-year endorsement deal with BMO

Cabot grows with addition of Castle Stuart

Cabot, the Canadian-based company, which creates master-planned golf resort communities, has acquired Castle Stuart in the Scottish Highlands and will rename the facility Cabot Highlands. Bob Weeks has more.

Cabot grows with addition of Castle Stuart

Avs Win Stanley Cup

Avalanche defeat Lightning in Game 6 to win Stanley Cup

Behind a goal and an assist from Nathan MacKinnon, the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup for the third time in franchise history and first in more than two decades by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the final Sunday night.

Avalanche's Makar wins Conn Smythe as playoff MVP

Cale Makar has won the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP after leading the Colorado Avalanche to their first Stanley Cup title since 2001 and third in franchise history.

Must See: Avalanche capture the Stanley Cup

After a defensive clinic and holding on to a 2-1 lead, the Avalanche closed out the two-time defending champs and capture their third Stanley Cup in franchise history.

Emotional Lightning taste defeat at the hands of the Avs

Patrick Maroon and Steven Stamkos were emotional after losing in Game 6 to the Avalanche. For once the Lightning weren't able to climb out of a playoff deficit and tasted defeat in the Stanley Cup Final after back-to-back wins.

How Sakic built the Avalanche into a Stanley Cup winner

Nathan MacKinnon, Mikko Rantanen and Cale Makar were all high draft picks by the Avalanche, but many other playoff performers were acquired via trade or free agency. The TSN Hockey panel examines how Avs general manager Joe Sakic built Colorado into a Stanley Cup winning team.

Avalanche win Stanley Cup

Rishaug and LeBrun on MacKinnon's triumph, Makar's starring role in the playoffs

After nine years in the NHL and tons of playoff heartbreak, Nathan MacKinnon has been crowned champion. TSN Hockey's Ryan Rishaug and Pierre LeBrun join Jay Onrait to discuss MacKinnon's long road to the Stanley Cup and Cale Makar's starring role all playoffs for the Avalanche.

LeBrun: It was a 'keep away clinic' by the Avs in the third period

While everyone was expecting a typical Lightning push in the third period of Game 6, the Avalanche put on a defensive clinic to eliminate the defending champs and capture the Stanley Cup. Ryan Rishaug and Pierre LeBrun take a closer look at Colorado's defence and the determination of Nathan MacKinnon.

Avs beat the Bolts at their own game in the third

The Avalanche limited the Lightning to just four shots in the final period and it ultimately won them the Stanley Cup. Jamie McLennan joins Jay Onrait to explain how Colorado beat Tampa Bay at their own game.

MacKinnon says they wouldn't have won without the growing pains of losing

Nathan MacKinnon joins Ryan Rishaug to talk about the emotions of finally winning the Stanley Cup. He also touches on the growing pains and why they were ready to win before and how that helped them grow into a winning team.

Makar happy to help Avs' veterans capture the Cup

A humble Cale Makar says he couldn't be happier to help the Avalanche veterans capture their first Stanley Cup and also touches on how difficult the journey is to hoist the ultimate prize.

Landeskog on rebounding from Game 5 heartbreak: 'We've been quick learners all season'

Gabriel Landeskog talks about the heartbreak they felt after losing Game 5 on home ice, but says they've been quick learners all season and the plan was to be aggressive all night in Game 6 and it paid off.

Emotional Lightning taste defeat at the hands of the Avs

Patrick Maroon and Steven Stamkos were emotional after losing in Game 6 to the Avalanche. For once the Lightning weren't able to climb out of a playoff deficit and tasted defeat in the Stanley Cup Final after back-to-back wins.

Top prospect Jiricek: Maybe my slap shot will be hardest in the NHL

David Jiricek is one of the top defenceman available in the NHL draft thanks in part to a blistering shot. "Maybe [my] slap shot will be hardest in the NHL," the 18-year-old, who plays for Plzen in Czechia, said with a smile. "We will see." What's his secret? "I close my eyes and just shoot," he said. "I want to hit the net. It doesn't matter where."

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Russian court sets July 1 trial date for Griner

More than four months after she was arrested at a Moscow airport for cannabis possession, American basketball star Brittney Griner is to appear in court Monday for a preliminary hearing ahead of her trial.

Latest On Settled Hockey Lawsuit

Canada's Minister of Sport explains freezing Hockey Canada’s funding

Minister of Sport Pascale St-Onge explains the reasoning behind the Hockey Canada freeze on funding, including the need for it to sign up with a new federal agency that has the power to independently receive and investigate abuse complaints and issue sanctions for inappropriate behaviour.

Kennedy 'disturbed' Hockey Canada didn't require players take part in assault probe

Sheldon Kennedy tuned in as Hockey Canada executives faced question after pointed question. Tom Renney and Scott Smith were getting grilled by parliamentarians in Ottawa about the organization's handling of an alleged sexual assault involving eight players and a subsequent out-of-court settlement.

Trudeau speaks out about investigation of Hockey Canada’s settled lawsuit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared his thoughts on Monday’s investigation of Hockey Canada’s settled lawsuit: "We have continually stood up to sexual misconduct and harassment at workplaces across the country. Hockey Canada is no different. We want to get to the bottom of this and all options are being considered to determine the next steps."

Hockey Canada says players weren’t required to participate in assault investigation

When Hockey Canada hired an independent law firm in 2018 to investigate an alleged sexual assault by eight Canadian Hockey League players following a golf tournament and gala, the organization didn’t require players who attended the event to participate in its third-party investigation, a government hearing was told Monday.

Rick Westhead

Rick Westhead

NHL says investigation into Hockey Canada lawsuit settlement is underway

NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly explains that the league is underway with its investigation into the Hockey Canada lawsuit settlement, while Gary Bettman says he assumes the league will release its findings.

Joey King joins The Shift

“The Princess” actress and executive producer Joey King and director Le Van Kiet join The Shift to discuss empowerment, influential women in their lives, challenging the norm and the powerful themes of their new film.

TSN Columnists

Latest from 7-Eleven That's Hockey

What are the biggest takeaways from the Avs' Stanley Cup winning season?

The Avalanche finally took down the dynasty that was the Lightning to capture their third Stanley Cup in franchise history. What were some of the biggest takeaways from this year's championship team? That's Hockey discusses.

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Seems only fitting that the Sedins enter the Hall together

They played their entire careers beside one another, so, it only seems fitting that Daniel and Henrik Sedin will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame together. That's Hockey discusses the greatness of the twins, and also what made Roberto Luongo's career so special.

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Garrioch: Passed up four times, it felt like it was Alfredsson's time to enter the HHOF

The fifth time was the charm for Daniel Alfredsson. Passed up four times, the former Senators star finally got the call to the Hall of Fame on Monday. Bruce Garrioch joins That's Hockey to discuss Alfredsson's induction and what it means to the fans in Ottawa.

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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

Long Gone Summer

It was one of the most memorable and significant seasons in the history of baseball. In the summer of 1998, the St. Louis Cardinals’ Mark McGwire and the Chicago Cubs’ Sammy Sosa embarked on a chase of one of the game’s most hallowed records, igniting the passion and imagination of fans and non-fans everywhere. The drama, excitement, and results would be remembered for generations. If we only knew then just how complex our feelings about it all would eventually become.

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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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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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ESPN SC Presents: espnW - History in the Making

Celebrating Women's History Month, a vast and diverse line-up of stories will highlight the voices, achievements and contributions of contemporary sports figures including Serena Williams, WNBA activism, Sarah Fuller, Sarah Thomas, and Claressa Shields

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The House of Steinbrenner

Filmmaker Barbara Kopple examines the legacy of baseball owner George M. Steinbrenner, including the building of a new Yankee Stadium and the transition of ownership to his heirs, led by his younger son, Hal.

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Latest Overdrive Videos

What’s wrong with Berrios?

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by TSN Baseball Insider Steve Phillips to discuss Jose Berrios’ pitching struggles and how could the situation be rectified.

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Debating the HHOF Class of 2022

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan discuss the Hockey Hall of Fame’s class of 2022 and why are some older players being overlooked for first year eligible inductees.

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Why was Florida the right spot for Maurice?

Bryan Hayes, Jeff O’Neill and Jamie McLennan are joined by Panthers Head Coach Paul Maurice to discuss his move from Winnipeg to Florida and why were the Panthers the right fit for him to return to the bench.

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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