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DeBrusk rescinds trade request from Bruins

After requesting a trade from the team last year, it appears Jake DeBrusk is now content to stick around with the Boston Bruins. TSN's Ryan Rishaug reports DeBrusk's agent, Rick Valette, informed Bruins general manager Don Sweeney last week that the winger's trade request has been rescinded.

DeBrusk rescinds trade request from Bruins

Grier front-runner to be named Sharks new GM on Tuesday

Mike Grier is the front-runner to be named as the San Jose Sharks new general manager on Tuesday, according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun.

Grier front-runner to be named Sharks new GM on Tuesday

Gausman's next scheduled start up in the air

Toronto Blue Jays right-hander Kevin Gausman told reporters Monday that he is still dealing with pain in his right ankle and is not a certainty to make his next scheduled start.

Gausman's next scheduled start up in the air

Blue Bombers outlast Argonauts

Argos miss tying convert as Bombers escape with win

A missed convert by Boris Bede with 25 seconds left in regulation time after the Toronto Argonauts rallied to within a point was the difference Monday as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers escaped BMO Field with a 23-22 victory and their unbeaten streak intact.

Argos miss tying convert as Bombers escape with win

Canada set for CONCACAF W Championship opener

Eight teams from the region are vying for four automatic berths to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, as well as spot at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Canada set for CONCACAF W Championship opener
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Canada set for CONCACAF W Championship opener

NHL Off-Season

Johnson on how Giroux would fit with Oilers, if Fleury could help Leafs' goaltending

There are reports that the Oilers could have interest in Claude Giroux but how would he look up front with Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl? Could the Maple Leafs attempt to bring in Marc-Andre Fleury to address their goaltending? TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson joins Gino Reda to discuss.

Mikheyev seeking multi-year deal on the heels of career-best season

Pending unrestricted free agent Ilya Mikheyev is looking for a multi-year deal in the range of $4.75-5.5 million per season according to TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun. Last season, the winger set career highs of 21 goals and 32 points with the Maple Leafs.

Will Winnipeg make any moves ahead of the draft?

Now that the Jets have named a head coach, the focus shifts to the players and management, Will Winnipeg be making many moves leading up to and during the draft? TSN's Sara Orlesky has more.

Hughes: Habs down to three choices at No. 1 overall

Montreal Canadiens general manager Kent Hughes said Monday the team is picking between three players at No. 1 overall in Thursday's NHL Draft.

Kane's 2nd grievance hearing vs. Sharks unlikely to fall before July 13

With the opening of free agency less than 10 days away, TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports a date has still not been set for Evander Kane's second grievance hearing with the San Jose Sharks.

Blue Jays vs. Athletics

LA Galaxy vs. CF Montreal

Morning Coffee: Blue Bombers Still Perfect After A Narrow Win In Toronto

The final game of Week 4 in the CFL went down to the wire last night. In the end, the favourite won and the underdog covered. Here’s the TSN EDGE Morning Coffee for Tuesday July 5th, 2022.

Domenic Padula (@DomPadulaEDGE)

TSN Hockey Mock Draft

Button has Habs making the Wright pick in final Mock Draft

TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button has Kingston Frontenacs’ centre Shane Wright going No. 1 over Slovakian left winger Juraj Slafkovsky in the TSN Mock Draft just three days before the NHL Montreal Draft.

Button explains why Wright will top Slafkovsky in NHL Draft as first overall pick

Despite Juraj Slafkovsky being No. 1 in Bob McKenzie's Final Draft Ranking show, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button explains why he still has Shane Wright being selected first overall by the Canadiens. Button joins TSN's James Duthie to recap how he sees the top five rounding out in the 2022 NHL Mock Draft and where all the Canadians will go in the top 30.

What makes Cutter Gauthier a perfect fit for Ottawa?

While there is some talk that the Sens could ship out the seventh overall pick, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button believes that Ottawa should take Cutter Gauthier. What makes Gauthier so special? Hockey Canada's Kori Cheverie explains the left winger's skill set.

Button: Jets should take Strathclair, MB native Geekie 14th overall

Winnipeg has two picks in the first round, the first of which is 14th overall. TSN's Director of Scouting Craig Button believes that the Jets should select Manitoba native Conor Geekie, and explains what makes the centre so special.

Is Pickering a perfect pick for Canucks with 15th overall selection?

With talented defenceman Quinn Hughes already on Vancouver's blueline, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button believes to help bolster their defence, the Canucks should look no further than 6'4'' Owen Pickering with the 15th overall pick. Hockey Canada's Kori Cheverie digs deeper into Pickering's play, and reveals some of his intangibles.

'Coach's dream' Ohgren should be selected by Leafs with 25th overall pick

Due to a number of trades over the years, the Maple Leafs have a limited number of picks in this year's draft, and TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button believes that Sweden's Liam Ohgren makes the most sense for Toronto at the 25th spot. Hockey Canada's Kori Cheverie also breaks down the captain's two-way game.

Schaefer's 'size and skill' a perfect pick for Oilers with 29th overall selection

After a series of number one picks, and high selections in the draft, the Oilers have the 29th overall selection in this year's draft, and TSN's Director of Scouting Craig Button says that Reid Schaefer fits for Edmonton as his size and skill will complement the lineup.

Around the pitch

CWNT focused on “the next mountain to climb”

Canada’s women’s soccer team kicks off the CONCACAF Championship Tuesday which serves as qualifiers for both next year’s World Cup and the 2024 Olympics. According to head coach Bev Priestman, the World Cup is “the next mountain to climb” for the defending gold medalists as they look to replicate their Olympic success on the biggest world stage. TSN's Meaghen Johnson has a breakdown of the tournament.

Gilles feels right at home in the NWSL

Canadian defender thriving in the league’s fast, physical style of play with expansion club Angel City FC, Meaghen Johnson writes.

Meaghen Johnson

Meaghen Johnson

CanMNT's Vitoria joins Portuguese club GD Chaves

Canadian international defender Steven Vitoria is joining Portuguese Liga club Grupo Desportivo de Chaves.

CanMNT striker Larin joins Club Brugge

Canadian striker Cyle Larin is headed to Belgium. Club Brugge announced Monday that Larin is joining the team on a free transfer.

Canadian F Leon leaves West Ham for Man United

Canadian striker Adriana Leon is leaving England's West Ham for Manchester United. The 29-year-old from King City, Ont., who spent the last 3 1/2 seasons with the Hammers, has signed with the Red Devils through the end of the 2023-24 season.

Canada Soccer makes new compensation offer to its national teams

Canada Soccer says it has made a new compensation offer to its men's and women's national teams.

Blue Bombers vs. Argonauts

Must See: Missed extra-point costs Argos the game

McLeod Bethel-Thompson finds Markeith Ambles with what appears to be the game-tying touchdown, but Boris Bede misses the extra-point! Handing the Blue Bombers the victory.

Argonauts' errors help the Blue Bombers stay undefeated on the season

Milt Stegall explains why this was the Argonauts game to win and they ultimately handed the Blue Bombers the victory. The CFL on TSN panel discuss Toronto's shortcomings in a tough loss.

Collaros: 'The defence was unbelievable all night long'

TSN's Matthew Scianitti talks to Blue Bombers quarterback Zach Collaros on the missed extra point and how his team's defence stepped up.

Bighill on win over Argos: 'It was a dog fight'

Blue Bombers linebacker Adam Bighill talks to TSN's Matthew Scianitti about coming away with the win and the missed extra point by Boris Bede.

Must See: Banks incredible 52-yard TD grab

Argonauts wideout Brandon Banks makes an improbable grab over Blue Bombers defensive back Demerio Houston for the incredible 52-yard touchdown to give Toronto some life.

Bombers' LB Wilson leaves early with injury

Winnipeg Blue Bombers linebacker Kyrie Wilson left Monday's game against the Toronto Argonauts in the first half and did not return.

Must See: Rose picks off Bethel-Thompson and returns it to the house

Winston Rose picks off Argonauts quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson and takes it 46-yards into the end zone to give the Blue Bombers the early lead.

Around MLB

Alvarez's 9th-inning HR lifts Astros over Royals

Yordan Alvarez homered with two outs in the ninth inning, and the Houston Astros beat the Kansas City Royals 7-6 on Monday for their seventh straight win.

Swanson's three-run double helps Braves outlast Cardinals

Dansby Swanson hit a three-run double in a five-run second inning and the Atlanta Braves held off the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 early Tuesday in a game delayed more than 2 1/2 hours by rain.

Nimmo, Lindor homer to help Mets beat Reds

Brandon Nimmo and Francisco Lindor homered, helping the New York Mets beat the lowly Cincinnati Reds 7-4 on Monday night.

Caratini homers in 10th to lead Brewers past Cubs

Victor Caratini hit a three-run homer with two outs in the 10th inning to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 5-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Monday.

Red Sox win eighth straight on Fourth of July, beat Rays

Trevor Story hit a solo homer, Kutter Crawford pitched 5 1/3 innings of two-hit relief and the Boston Red Sox won their eighth straight Fourth of July game, beating the Tampa Bay Rays 4-0 on Monday.

O's beat Rangers on a hit batter, 37-44 at midpoint

Jorge Mateo limped to first base when Matt Moore hit him near the left knee with the bases loaded in the 10th inning, and the Baltimore Orioles reached the season's halfway point by coming from behind late to beat the Texas Rangers 7-6 Monday.

Hill wins MLB debut; Tigers sweep DH against Guardians

Jonathan Schoop had two singles to close out a six-hit night, Eric Haase had his sixth home run and Tyler Alexander pitched three-plus scoreless innings of relief to lead the Detroit Tigers to a 5-3 win in the second game on Monday night for a sweep of the day-night doubleheader against the Cleveland Guardians.

Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest

TSN Hockey Mock Draft

Wimbledon 2022 on TSN

Nadal defeats Van de Zandschulp, will face Fritz in Wimbledon quarterfinal

Everything went smoothly for Rafael Nadal against Botic van de Zandschulp until it came time to close out their fourth-round match at Wimbledon.

Everything clicking as Halep reaches Wimbledon quarterfinals

Simona Halep's serve was working, her returns were landing, and the points were piling up fast. That's a pretty good combination for a player who just advanced to the Wimbledon quarterfinals by winning her 11th straight match at the All England Club but says she is still trying to get back to her best tennis and regain the confidence she lost while injured.

Quieter Kyrgios overcomes shoulder, US foe at Wimbledon

Much quieter, much calmer than in his previous match, Nick Kyrgios overcame a troublesome right shoulder to deliver 35 aces and beat Brandon Nakashima 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 (2), 3-6, 6-2 at Wimbledon on Monday to reach a Grand Slam quarterfinal for the first time in 7 1/2 years.

Wimbledon appealing fine from WTA over Russia ban

The All England Club is appealing a fine levied by the WTA women’s professional tennis tour for banning Russian and Belarusian players from tournaments in Britain because of the war in Ukraine.

Must See: Kyrgios wins point with help of slick between-the-legs return

Nick Kyrgios returns a ball with style against Brandon Nakashima during their match at Wimbledon.

Djokovic gets past van Rijthoven to reach Wimbledon quarters

Novak Djokovic ended Dutch wild card Tim van Rijthoven’s eight-match grass-court winning streak in the round of 16 at Wimbledon on Sunday night, 6-2, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, and in doing so extended his own grass-court winning streak to 25 matches in a row.

Sinner advances to quarterfinals with win over Alcaraz

No. 5 seed Carlos Alcaraz fell to No. 10 seed Jannik Sinner in four sets (6-1, 6-4, 6-7, 6-3). Sinner failed to be broken the entire match and held on to win as he advances to his first career Wimbledon quarterfinals.

TSN Columnists

On the move...again

Six years ago today, Kevin Durant flipped the landscape of the NBA on its head by agreeing to sign with the Warriors as a free agent helping them to three consecutive NBA Finals appearances and a pair of titles. Durant is once again looking for a new home and ESPN's Nick Friedell outlines his rollercoaster ride throughout his NBA career.

UFC 276

Munhoz suffered corneal abrasion vs. O'Malley at UFC 276

Pedro Munhoz suffered a right corneal abrasion from an accidental eye poke by Sean O'Malley at UFC 276 on Saturday night, Munhoz told ESPN on Sunday.

Marc Raimondi

Adesanya content with title defence, even though he wished he put on better performance

Israel Adesanya said he wished that his performance could have lived up to his Undertaker entrance at UFC 278.

Adesanya successfully defends middleweight title against Cannonier

UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya beat Jared Cannonier by unanimous decision to retain his title at UFC 276. After the fight Adesanya called out Alex Pereira, who won earlier on the same night, and who has beaten Adesanya in the past in kickboxing.

Pereira on fighting Adesanya again, disappointment in main event

Alex Pereira says he was surprised that Sean Strickland tried to stand with him and was disappointed to see Israel Adesanya perform in an unexciting fashion.

Pereira KOs Strickland in first round to set up title shot against Adesanya

Alex Pereira knocked out Sean Strickland in the first round of their middleweight title eliminator fight at UFC 276, setting up a likely meeting with champion Israel Adesanya, who Pereira has beat in the past.

Volkanovski settles trilogy against Holloway with shut out victory

UFC featherweight champion Alexander Volkanovski beat Max Holloway for the third time, with a unanimous 50-45 decision victory in the main event at UFC 276.

Volkanovski knew he had to be at his best to beat Holloway, explains next-level intensity

Alexander Volkanovski would accept a lightweight title bout whenever he gets the opportunity following a dominant victory over former champion Max Holloway.

Bob McKenzie's Final Draft Ranking

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.

Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Havrda discuss diversity in motorsport with Kayla Grey

Lewis Hamilton and young Canadian driver Nicole Havrda joined The Shift's Kayla Grey to discuss diversity in motorsport, Hamilton's efforts to continue growing F1 within different communities and the paths they have taken to where they are now.

Latest from 7-Eleven That's Hockey

How will Bowness' hiring be received by Jets players?

Rick Bowness is known as a defensive specialist but how will his style mesh with the current Jets roster? TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson played under Bowness in Arizona and shared his thoughts on this and how Mark Scheifele might respond to the hire.

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Would drafting Wright first overall be the smart move for the Canadiens?

Even though the Canadiens claim they have not made a decision yet, the speculation seems to be picking up steam that they could be drafting Shane Wright first overall, but is that the smart pick for Montreal? That's Hockey takes a closer look at the Habs' options and how easy it would be to move Jeff Petry if the team needed financial flexibility.

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Anderson returning to Sabres after signing one-year deal

The Sabres have re-signed Craig Anderson to a one-year, $1.5 million contract. Anderson posted a 17-12-2 record with an .897 save percentage in 31 starts with the Sabres this past season.

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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: High Heat

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: Why Not Me?

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

Blue Jays should be eyeing Frankie Montas

Bryan Hayes, Gord Miller and Frank Corrado are joined by former MLB pitcher and NBCS California Baseball analyst Dallas Braden to discuss why the Blue Jays should have interest in Athletics pitcher Frankie Montas and what he could add to Toronto’s rotation.

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Freeman vs. his agent

Bryan Hayes, Gord Miller and Frank Corrado are joined by TSN Baseball insider Steve Phillips to discuss Freddie Freeman’s claim that he did not receive the Braves’ last contract offer from his agent and the relationship between the player and their agent.

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TSN Podcasts

7-Eleven Junior Hockey Magazine

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