Jay Onrait's New Wilderness

From Max Scherzer showing his frustration after being checked by umpires twice for sticky substances to Luka Modric magic at Euro 2020, relive the best plays and moments from Tuesday in this edition of Jay Onrait's New Wilderness.

Between Two Reporters: Habs' centres dominating against Knights

John Lu and Mark Masters join SC with Jay Onrait to discuss what part of the Habs' performance stood out the most in Game 5, how the Knights could come out so flat in a crucial game at home, rookie Cole Caufield's growing confidence as the playoffs have gone on, and what's going on with Mark Stone.

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Carey Price was brilliant in Game 5, making 26 saves against the Knights to help the Habs move within one win of the Stanley Cup Final.

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A Jay in the life

A Jay in the life

Wayne Gretzky showed off his lacrosse skills on Monday night, see what else earned a second look in the latest "A Jay in the life".

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Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Who Delivered? Presented by McDelivery

Andrei Vasilevskiy delivered on Monday night, the Lightning goaltender made 21 saves for his third shutout of this year's postseason, helping the Lightning take the series edge over the Islanders.

Coors Timeout: Supermommy

Allyson Felix qualified for her fifth Olympic Games and first time as a mom, Jay looks at her incredible career the will conclude with the Games in Tokyo.

Mark Masters: Roving Reporter

Be on the look out as Mark Masters is reporting from Vegas.

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DeLaet: Rahm was 'Tiger-like' in U.S. Open win

DeLaet: Rahm was 'Tiger-like' in U.S. Open win

TSN Golf analyst Bob Weeks and Graham DeLaet join Jay Onrait to discuss Jon Rahm's impressive win at the U.S. Open, and how his performance was almost "Tiger-like." As well, they talk about Canadian Mackenzie Hughes' strong showing and where he goes from here.

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Father's Jay

Father's Jay

On a special Father's day edition of the segment with no name, we take a look at Robin Lehner's heroics on the ice, Devin Booker's heroics on the court, and Ben Simmons' interesting choices on the court.

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Jay's ewws and ahhs

Jay's ewws and ahhs

Jay Onrait brings you the plays not good enough to be the Highlight of the Night, and not bad enough to be the Worst Play of the Day in the segment that has a different name every day.

Koepka shines in first round of U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka impressed, shooting 2-under to stay be in the hunt, while the defending champ Bryson DeChambeau struggled, and sits well off of the lead. TSN's Bob Weeks and Graham DeLaet breakdown the rivals first rounds, and examine Adam Hadwin's strong play.

Did controversial call turn the tide of Game 3?

Brayden Point scored his league leading 11th goal of the playoffs to lead the Lightning to a series lead over the Islanders. What makes Point such an impact player come the post-season? TSN Hockey analyst Mike Johnson shares his thoughts on that, and a controversial call that helped turn the tide of the game.

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Will Toronto trade for some bullpen relief?

Will Toronto trade for some bullpen relief?

Another rough week for the Jays bullpen was compounded with the addition of Rafael Dolis to the 10-day injured list with a right middle finger strain. Will the Toronto trade for some bullpen help? What is the latest with George Springer's comeback? TSN's Scott Mitchell joins Jay Onrait with more.

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What has the Habs scoring early and often?

What has the Habs scoring early and often?

Montreal has scored first in all nine of it's playoff victories and, lead the playoffs in first period goals with 12 in 13 games. TSN Hockey's Mike Johnson shares his thoughts on the Habs' penchant for scoring early.

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The Average Jays

The Average Jays

Jay Onrait brings you the plays not good enough to be the Highlight of the Night, and not bad enough to be the Worst Play of the Day in the segment that has a different name every day.

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How Petry's return influenced Montreal's defence

How Petry's return influenced Montreal's defence

Mark Masters and John Lu join Jay Onrait to discuss Jeff Petry's influence on the Habs' defence in Game 2, take a closer look at a game-saving stop by Carey Price, and explain what Marc-Andre Fleury said about the game-winning goal.

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The Also-Rannies

The Also-Rannies

Giannis Antetokounmpo's emphatic block on Jeff Green headlines the best plays from Tuesday night in this first-ever edition of The Also-Rannies.

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The segment we've got...

The segment we've got...

A couple nice plays from Euro and on the ice as the Habs and Golden Knights opened their series are featured in "The segment we've got so much mileage out of looking for a name that we'll never, ever change the name?"

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Between Two Reporters: Vegas puts on a show

Between Two Reporters: Vegas puts on a show

It was a full house in Vegas for Game 1 that saw the Golden Knights win their fifth game in a row. Mark Masters has more on the atmosphere and John Lu breaks down what went wrong for the Habs after their strong start.

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Will there be fans in the stands when the CFL returns?

Will there be fans in the stands when the CFL returns?

With the CFL announcing they will be playing a 14-game season at the start of August, Dave Naylor joins Jay Onrait to discuss how the deal got done, whether fans will be in the stands and if the league will be any different from when we last saw it in 2019.