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Is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason?

The Maple Leafs finished second in the Atlantic Division this past season before suffering another disappointing playoff exit. With most of the core back, is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason? What will Toronto look to accomplish at the NHL Draft on Thursday? That's Hockey examines.

Does Dorion have a sense of urgency heading into the NHL Draft?

Why did the Senators decide to move on from Colin White? Will Pierre Dorion actually go through with dealing the No. 7 pick to find immediate help? What is the top priority for the team following the NHL Draft? Postmedia's Bruce Garrioch joins SC with Jay Onrait to discuss.

What's the best landing spot for Fleury?

There were rumours about a potential Marc-André Fleury return to Pittsburgh this offseason but with the Penguins re-signing backup netminder Casey DeSmith, that door appears to be closed. So what's the best landing spot for Fleury? TSN Hockey analyst Dave Poulin joins That's Hockey to share his thoughts.

Senators place White on unconditional waivers for buyout

The Ottawa Senators have placed forward Colin White on unconditional waivers for purposes of a buyout. Since White is under 26, the buyout will save the Senators $3.875 million of White's $4.75 million cap hit over the next two seasons and result in $5.375 million in additional cap space for the 2024-25 campaign.

‘Unrivaled’ premieres Wednesday on TSN

The fiercest rivalry in hockey history like you've never seen before, as told by the Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings players who lived it. ‘Unrivaled’ premieres Wednesday on TSN at 7:30pm et.

Blue Jays vs. Athletics

Kikuchi struggles again as Blue Jays drop fifth straight

Stephen Piscotty homered, Adrián Martínez struck out five over five solid innings, and the Oakland Athletics beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-3 on Tuesday night. Yusei Kikuchi (3-5), who went 1-0 with a 4.20 ERA over three starts versus Oakland last year, matched his season high with five walks in 2 1/3 innings.

Kikuchi struggles again as Blue Jays drop fifth straight

Weeks: Tiger wants to savour last chances at a major championship

Following his 39th-place finish at the JP McManus Pro-Am, Tiger Woods spoke at length for the first time since withdrawing from the PGA Championship. Bob Weeks joins SportsCentre to share his takeaways from Tiger's comments and what we should expect from the 15-time major champion at St. Andrews.

NHL Draft

Does Dorion have a sense of urgency heading into the NHL Draft?

Why did the Senators decide to move on from Colin White? Will Pierre Dorion actually go through with dealing the No. 7 pick to find immediate help? What is the top priority for the team following the NHL Draft? Postmedia's Bruce Garrioch joins SC with Jay Onrait to discuss.

Any chance the Habs trade the first overall pick?

With the draft just days away and the Canadiens openly stating they haven't made a choice on who they'll be selecting first overall. John Lu joins Jay to discuss all things Habs and if they might even trade the first overall pick.

Lu on what Canadiens are debating between top three prospects ahead of NHL Draft

The Canadiens aren't giving any indication of which direction they may take in the NHL Draft but what could they still be debating with the top three prospects? What will this pick mean to Kent Hughes as his first selection as general manager of the franchise? TSN Canadiens reporter John Lu discusses.

A 'giraffe' at times, Pickering brings plenty of upside to NHL draft

Owen Pickering has shot up draft boards over the course of the season and now heads to Montreal on Thursday as a projected first-round pick in the 2022 NHL Entry Draft. Mark Masters caught up with the Swift Current Broncos defenceman ahead of what should be the biggest night of his young career.

Mark Masters

Mark Masters

'A crazy experience': Flames' Mangiapane recalls NHL draft roller-coaster

Plenty of young hockey players are set to live out childhood dreams this week. The NHL's first in-person draft since 2019 will see teenagers hear their names announced inside the cavernous Bell Centre before hugging family members, climbing on stage, and donning the hat and jersey of a new team. Andrew Mangiapane eventually got that experience. It just took a while. A long, long while.

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.

What to expect from Canada's teams as NHL off-season heats up

The NHL off-season is in full swing with the NHL Draft taking place in Montreal on Thursday and Friday and free agency getting underway on July 13. TSN Hockey reporters and analysts give their takes on the storylines for Canada's teams going into a very important couple weeks.

Latest on the Blue Jays

Phillips on Kirk's impact on Jays, why team should 'go for it' at midway point of season

At the halfway point in the MLB season, the Blue Jays sit third in the AL East and currently hold the second wild card spot in the American League. TSN MLB Insider Steve Phillips shares his thoughts on who has had the most positive and significant performance so far on the team, the struggles in the meat of their starting rotation and how aggressive the team should be heading into the trade deadline.

Grading the first half of the Blue Jays' season

After closing the first half of the regular season at 44-37, the Toronto Blue Jays find themselves hovering near the playoff cutline as the second half of the campaign begins.Here's a report card look at Toronto's first half of the 2022 season.

TSN Edge By the Numbers: Jays' odds heading into second half of season

The Blue Jays have had some inconsistent play throughout the first half of the season and are losers of four straight. TSN Edge goes inside the numbers at the midway point of the schedule.

Olney: Jays should focus on adding left-handed bat ahead of deadline

ESPN Baseball Insider Buster Olney believes the Toronto Blue Jays need to focus on hitting, not pitching, as the Aug. 2 trade deadline approaches.

Can the Blue Jays compete with the Yankees and Astros?

Bryan Hayes and Gord Miller are joined by The Athletic’s Senior Baseball writer and MLB Network analyst Jayson Stark to discuss if there’s concern about the Blue Jays at the halfway point, or if they're among the elite in the American League.

Wimbledon 2022 on TSN

Cahill details Djokovic's comeback win: 'He has that inner belief that many players don't'

Novak Djokovic dropped the first two sets of his quarters clash with Jannik Sinner, only to storm back to capture his 26th consecutive victory at Wimbledon and advance to the semis in thrilling fashion. ESPN's Darren Cahill and James Blake have more on Djokovic's comeback win.

Djokovic storms back to beat Sinner in five sets

Three-time defending champion Novak Djokovic recovered from two sets down to beat Jannik Sinner 5-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 and advance to the Wimbledon semifinals. The top-seeded Serb extended his winning streak at the All England Club to 26 matches.

Norrie becomes seventh British male to reach semis of a Grand Slam

Down 2-1, Cameron Norrie came from behind to take the final two sets and defeat David Goffin 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5. He becomes the seventh British male player to qualify for the semi-finals of a Grand Slam tournament.

Norrie, Jabeur, Maria reach Wimbledon first semifinals

In all four singles quarterfinals on a sunny day, the player who dropped the first set ended up victorious. Cameron Norrie edged David Goffin of Belgium 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5; No. 3 Ons Jabeur of Tunisia beat Marie Bouzkova of the Czech Republic 3-6, 6-1, 6-1; Tatjana Maria defeated Jule Niemeier 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 in an all-German matchup.

Jabeur overcomes slow start to reach Wimbledon semis

World No. 3 Ons Jabeur moved closer to achieving a dream at Wimbledon, overcoming a slow start against Marie Bouzková to win 3-6, 6-1, 6-1 and book her spot in the semi-finals.

Exploring Wimbledon's new fan area in the Southern Village

The All England Club underwent some changes for 2022, with one of them being a brand new fan section in Wimbledon's Southern Village. TSN's Claire Hanna takes you through Wimbledon's newest attraction.

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.

Could Cristiano Ronaldo join Chelsea?

The Cristiano Ronaldo saga doesn't seem like it will be resolved anytime soon as Manchester United have been clear that he is not for sale. What clubs are interested in the Portuguese star? ESPN's Rob Dawson has more.

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NHL

What's the best landing spot for Fleury?

There were rumours about a potential Marc-André Fleury return to Pittsburgh this offseason but with the Penguins re-signing backup netminder Casey DeSmith, that door appears to be closed. So what's the best landing spot for Fleury? TSN Hockey analyst Dave Poulin joins That's Hockey to share his thoughts.

Grier 'extremely proud' to be first Black NHL GM, hopes this opens doors for others

After being introduced as the newest general manager of the Sharks, Mike Grier spoke about how proud he is to make history and said his hope is that he can do a good enough job so that it may open doors for other minorities to find front office positions.

Is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason?

The Maple Leafs finished second in the Atlantic Division this past season before suffering another disappointing playoff exit. With most of the core back, is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason? What will Toronto look to accomplish at the NHL Draft on Thursday? That's Hockey examines.

Dubas looking for the right formula to finally push talented Leafs over the hump

It was another bitter ending for the Leafs and their fans, still stuck on zero playoff series wins since 2004. Following an impressive record-setting regular season, Toronto heads into the offseason loaded with questions, especially between the pipes. Mark Masters has more on what's ahead for Kyle Dubas this offseason.

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.

TSN Columnists

‘Unrivaled’ premieres Wednesday on TSN

The fiercest rivalry in hockey history like you've never seen before, as told by the Colorado Avalanche and Detroit Red Wings players who lived it. ‘Unrivaled’ premieres Wednesday on TSN at 7:30pm et.

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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

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.

TSN Hockey Mock Draft

Around MLB

Dodgers beat Rockies; stretch NL West lead to 5 1/2

Max Muncy and Mookie Betts hit first-pitch home runs to power the Los Angeles Dodgers past the last-place Colorado Rockies 5-2 on Tuesday night.

Kiermaier knocks in four, Rays beat Red Sox at Fenway

Kevin Kiermaier hit an early three-run double and broke a tie with an RBI grounder during a four-run sixth inning that sent the Tampa Bay Rays past the Boston Red Sox 8-4 on Tuesday night.

Scherzer strong in return, but Mets fall to Reds in 9th

The New York Mets wasted a stellar performance by Max Scherzer in his return from an oblique injury, losing 1-0 to the Cincinnati Reds on Mike Moustakas’ game-ending sacrifice fly on Tuesday night.

Greene, Reyes lead Tigers to 3rd straight win over Guardians

Riley Greene and Victor Reyes drove in three runs apiece, Eric Haase blasted a two-run homer and the Detroit Tigers pounded the Cleveland Guardians 11-4 on Tuesday night.

Schwarber homers twice in Phillies' romp past Nationals

Kyle Schwarber homered twice, running his NL-best total to 25, and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Washington Nationals 11-0 on Tuesday night.

Pirates spoil Taillon's return to Pittsburgh, top Yankees

Rookie outfielder Jack Suwinski hit his 14th home run, Daniel Vogelbach added his 11th and the Pittsburgh Pirates spoiled Jameson Taillon's return to PNC Park with a 5-2 win over the New York Yankees on Tuesday night.

Riley homers, Anderson shines as Braves beat Cards

Austin Riley homered and drove in three runs, Ian Anderson allowed one run in a bounce-back start, and the Atlanta Braves beat the struggling St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 on Tuesday night.

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

Is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason?

The Maple Leafs finished second in the Atlantic Division this past season before suffering another disappointing playoff exit. With most of the core back, is goaltending the clear priority for Leafs this offseason? What will Toronto look to accomplish at the NHL Draft on Thursday? That's Hockey examines.

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Dubas looking for the right formula to finally push talented Leafs over the hump

It was another bitter ending for the Leafs and their fans, still stuck on zero playoff series wins since 2004. Following an impressive record-setting regular season, Toronto heads into the offseason loaded with questions, especially between the pipes. Mark Masters has more on what's ahead for Kyle Dubas this offseason.

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What's the best landing spot for Fleury?

There were rumours about a potential Marc-André Fleury return to Pittsburgh this offseason but with the Penguins re-signing backup netminder Casey DeSmith, that door appears to be closed. So what's the best landing spot for Fleury? TSN Hockey analyst Dave Poulin joins That's Hockey to share his thoughts.

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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.

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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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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