Dubas not bending on potential Hyman sign-and-trade

The Maple Leafs will get nothing in return for Zach Hyman when he hits the open market on Wednesday. And general manager Kyle Dubas can live with that. Kristen Shilton has more.

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Oilers to wait until Wednesday to sign F Hyman

It looks as though the Edmonton Oilers will wait until Wednesday to sign pending unrestricted free agent Zach Hyman to a contract rather than complete a deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs, according to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger.

Oilers to wait until Wednesday to sign F Hyman

Avs re-sign D Makar to six-year, $54M contract

A familiar bearded face is going back to Columbus, and the Blue Jackets' longest tenured player is off to Philadelphia. The player the Flyers got back? Well, Cam Atkinson is already in love with Philly’s favorite, familiar orange-bearded face.

Avs re-sign D Makar to six-year, $54M contract

NHL Draft Analysis

A Shocking Move At The Draft

How problematic is the Habs' selection of Mailloux?

After Logan Mailloux renounced himself from this year's NHL Draft, the Montreal Canadiens decided to draft him anyways. Sports journalist Shireen Ahmed joins SportsCentre to discuss how problematic this decision is by the Habs' organization.

How problematic is the Habs' selection of Mailloux?

NHL Draft

Button's standout picks from the Canadian teams in the East

With Day 2 of the 2021 NHL Draft wrapping up on Saturday, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button joins SportsCentre to discuss some of his standout picks that were made by the Maple Leafs, Canadiens and Senators.

Button's standout picks from the Canadian teams in the West

With Day 2 of the 2021 NHL Draft wrapping up on Saturday, TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button joins SportsCentre to discuss some of his standout picks that were made by the Canucks, Oilers, Jets and Flames.

NHL Off-season News

Sabres showing patience when it comes to potential Eichel deal

The Sabres have been very busy over the last couple of days as they have dealt away a few of their key assets, with one big name remaining in Jack Eichel. Gino Reda and TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger discuss the latest with Eichel in Buffalo and where things stand with Zach Hyman and the Oilers.

'We've got a lot of work to do': Dubas knows Leafs need to improve for next season

The Maple Leafs will be back in the competitive Atlantic Division next season competing against the Stanley Cup champion Lightning, as well as the Bruins, Panthers and, of course, the Canadiens. Kyle Dubas spoke about the challenges ahead next season and his plans to improve the team to set them up for success.

Caps anticipate Ovechkin deal getting done before free agency opens

Washington Capitals general manager Brian MacLellan told reporters Saturday that he anticipates getting a deal done with Alex Ovechkin before the start of free agency on Wednesday.

Blue Jackets re-acquire Voracek from Flyers

Jakub Voracek is on his way back to Columbus, as the Blue Jackets have acquired the winger from the Philadelphia Flyers for forward Cam Atkinson.

Rangers buy out defenceman Tony DeAngelo

The New York Rangers announced Saturday that the team has bought out the remainder of defenceman Tony DeAngelo's contract, making him an unrestricted free agent.

Oilers ink G Smith to two-year, $4.4M extension

The Edmonton Oilers have signed goaltender Mike Smith to a two-year, $4.4 million contract extension, the team announced on Saturday.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics

Canada's women aim to plant flag again in Olympic swimming despite pandemic

Canada's women are trying to pick up where they left off in the Olympic pool. Six swimming medals tied the track and field team for the most in Rio's Summer Olympics five years ago.

Beckie scores twice to lead Canada's women's soccer team over Chile

Janine Beckie made up for a missed penalty shot in emphatic fashion on Saturday, scoring twice to lead Canada's women's soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Chile.

Fernandez wins tennis opener, but Canada eliminated in women's doubles on Day 1

Leylah Fernandez needed three sets to win her Olympic debut on a mixed day for Canadian tennis players at the Tokyo Games on Saturday.

Woods comes close for Canada on first full day of competition at Tokyo Olympics

Michael Woods came agonizingly close to opening Canada's medal account on the first full day of competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Canada rebounds from loss, thumps Australia in softball

Jennifer Salling and Erika Polidori each drove in two runs, Jenna Caira was outstanding over 4 2/3 innings of relief, and Canada downed Australia 7-1 in softball at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday.

MLS Doubleheader

WATCH LIVE: Chicago vs. Toronto FC

Toronto FC looks to continue building momentum and earn points for a fourth-straight match against the Chicago Fire. Watch LIVE NOW on TSN1/4, the TSN App, and TSN Direct.

WATCH LIVE: Chicago vs. Toronto FC

Canucks-Coyotes Blockbuster

OEL ready to step up his game with new opportunity on a winning Canucks team

New Canucks defenceman Oliver Ekman-Larsson says that he's excited and ready for a fresh start with Vancouver's young core. He admits that he hasn't been playing good hockey lately and explains what he wants to improve about his game.

Canucks acquire Ekman-Larsson, Garland from Coyotes for ninth pick, three players

The Vancouver Canucks have acquired defenceman Oliver Ekman-Larsson and forward Conor Garland from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for the ninth overall pick in the 2021 NHL Draft, a 2022 second-round pick, a 2023 seventh-round pick and forwards Loui Eriksson, Jay Beagle and Antoine Roussel.

Trade Verdict: Button believes Ekman-Larsson can thrive under Green

The Canucks made a splash by sending Jay Beagle, Loui Eriksson, Antoine Roussel, the ninth-overall pick in the 2021 NHL Draft and a few more picks to the Coyotes for defenceman Oliver Ekman-Larsson and forward Conor Garland. TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button breaks down the deal and whether or not Ekman-Larsson can become a top pairing guy in Vancouver.

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NHL Trade Tracker

Keep track of the NHL's latest deals with TSN's Trade Tracker.

Blackhawks acquire Jones from Blue Jackets

The Columbus Blue Jackets have traded defenceman Seth Jones, the 32nd overall pick in tonight's draft and a 2022 sixth-round pick to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for defenceman Adam Boqvist, 2021 first- and second-round picks and a first-round pick in 2022.

Bruins re-sign Hall to four-year contract

The Boston Bruins have officially re-signed forward Taylor Hall to a four-year with a $6 million annual cap hit.

CFL Kickoff is August 5

A curler and a quarterback

Stampeders quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell made a new friend recently. His name is Ben Hebert. Bo may not have realized Hebert was an athlete when they first met, but now he is painfully aware. An Olympic gold medalist, Hebert’s sport is curling and he is one of the best leads in the game having won four Brier Championships. A curler and a quarterback may seem like an odd couple, but these two bring out both the best – and perhaps the worst – in one another.

O'Shea says Harris wants to go but they're holding him back

Blue Bombers head coach Mike O'Shea explains what happened with Andrew Harris at practice after he was forced to watch from the sidelines.

Mitchell enters season rested and ready to connect with new receiving group

After an injury-plagued 2019 season, Bo Levi Mitchell has been able to benefit from an extended recovery break and has come into Stampeders training camp the lightest he has been in several seasons. Salim Valji has more on the targets Mitchell will have to work with.

What will the CFL season look like?

Gord Miller and Steve Simmons are joined by TSN Football Insider Dave Naylor and they discuss what the upcoming CFL season could look like.

Remember When? Simoni Sets Record

September 27th, 2019 Simoni Lawrence was hitting everything in sight against the Blue Bombers and set a CFL record with 17 tackles in one game.

NFL Training Camps open next week

Around MLB

Mets newcomer Hill expected to start Sunday vs. Jays

Mets newcomer Rich Hill is expected to make his debut for the NL East leaders on Sunday when New York plays Toronto at Citi Field.

Nationals' Scherzer scratched due to triceps injury

Washington Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer was scratched from his start at Baltimore on Saturday night due to mild discomfort in his right triceps, according to the team.

Associated Press

Cleveland CEO explains significance of Guardians nickname

Paul Dolan, CEO of the Cleveland Baseball Team, sheds light on why the organization chose Guardians as their new team name.

Must See: Giants fans have intense kayak race over home run ball

Steven Duggar belts a solo homer into McCovey Cove, and a pair of Giants fans race to retrieve it.

TSN Edge

Daily Wager: Heisman Trophy futures

Can Spencer Rattler become the third Oklahoma quarterback in the last five years to win the Heisman Trophy? The Daily Wager panel discuss who has the best odds to win the award.

Daily Wager: Heisman Trophy futures

Daily Wager: Panthers futures

The Carolina Panthers have a new quarterback in Sam Darnold. The Daily Wager panel debate whether or not the Panthers can be a playoff team in the NFC.

Daily Wager: Panthers futures

Daily Wager: Saints futures

With news that Michael Thomas is undergoing ankle surgery, Tyler Fulghum, and Joe Fortenbaugh discuss if the Saints can compete with the Buccaneers in the NFC South.

Daily Wager: Saints futures

Reading Between The Lines: Parlaying Favourites

Sijara Eubanks and Ian Heinisch will both compete on this Saturday's UFC Fight Night card as favourites to win their respective fights. Aaron Bronsteter explains why it makes sense to parlay Eubanks and Heinisch for this card.

Reading Between The Lines: Parlaying Favourites

The Shift: Episode 8

In Episode 8 of The Shift, Kayla Grey is joined by Toronto’s own Charlotte Day Wilson to discuss her debut album ‘Alpha.’ Kayla also discusses the rise in Black coaches in the NBA and highlights Olympic athletes to watch.

Bob McKenzie's Draft Rankings

McKenzie's Draft Rankings: Power pulls away from crowded draft field

This year’s NHL draft class is showing signs of major unpredictability, but the Michigan defenceman cemented his status as hockey’s top prospect with a strong performance at the IIHF World Championship, Bob McKenzie writes.

Hot Button Issues: Who's the best goal-scorer in this year's Draft?

Who is the best goal-scorer in this year's NHL Entry Draft? Who is the slickest player coming into the draft? TSN's Director of Scouting Craig Button joins James Duthie to answer these questions and more.

Which prospects might be available late in the first round?

Who might be able to sneak into the first round of this year's draft? Bob McKenzie reveals his rankings from 21 to 32, as he finishes off his Final Draft Rankings.

Another year at Michigan or the NHL? Power discusses his future ahead of the draft

Owen Power is expected to go first overall in this year's draft, but is leaning towards another year in the NCAA with Michigan, what will be the deciding factor in that decision? He joins James Duthie to discuss this and more.

Goalies Wallstedt, Cossa both crack top 15 on McKenzie's final draft rankings

As Bob McKenzie reveals more of his final draft rankings, the first goalie makes an appearance on the list. In fact, two goalies emerge in the top 15 as Jesper Wallstedt of the SHL and Sebastian Cossa of Edmonton in the WHL come in at 12 and 15 respectively. As McKenzie explains, however, one could even rise to the top 10.

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TSN Columnists

The Shift: Episode 7

In Episode 7 of The Shift, Kayla Grey heads to Phoenix and Milwaukee for the NBA Finals. We follow Kayla as she explores these cities, their culture and chats with Deandre Ayton of the Suns.

The Shift: Episode 7

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


The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

An analysis of competitive eating's most storied pair -- Japan's Takeru "Kobi" Kobayashi and Californian Joey Chestnut. Includes candid interviews with both competitors.

The Good, The Bad, The Hungry

Al Davis vs. The NFL

Directed by Ken Rodgers (“The Two Bills,” “Elway to Marino”), the documentary presents an intimate look inside one of the great rivalries in the history of the National Football League – former Raiders owner Al Davis and former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle, whose battle grew so intense that players, owners, franchises – even the League itself – became characters in a three-decade long Shakespearean feud that changed football forever.

Al Davis vs. The NFL

Latest Overdrive Videos

How good can Owen Power be?

Gord Miller and Steve Simmons are joined by TSN Radio First Up Co-host Carlo Colaiacovo and they break down the play of Owen Power and project how good of a player he could be.

How good can Owen Power be?

Kyle Dubas joins the guys on OverDrive!

Mark Roe and Gord Miller are joined by Maple Leafs General Manager Kyle Dubas and they discuss the possibility of losing Zach Hyman as well as Dubas’ plan to address the rest of the teams needs this off-season.

Kyle Dubas joins the guys on OverDrive!