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  • Surprising Avs open playoffs at home against Wild on TSN

    Surprising Avs open playoffs at home against Wild on TSN

    The Colorado Avalanche hope to carry their shocking regular season success into the playoffs, as they welcome the Minnesota Wild to Pepsi Center for Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals. Watch the game live on TSN and TSN GO at 9:30pm et/6:30pm pt.

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  • Flyers and Rangers renew playoff rivalry at MSG on TSN

    Flyers and Rangers renew playoff rivalry at MSG on TSN

    The Philadelphia Flyers will try to get by without their No. 1 goaltender when they visit the New York Rangers on Thursday for Game 1 of their first round series. The Flyers announced Wednesday that Steve Mason will not suit up for the opener and Ray Emery will get the start instead. Watch the game on TSN and TSN GO at 7pm et/4pm pt.
  • Blues open series with defending champion Blackhawks

    Blues open series with defending champion Blackhawks

    The St. Louis Blues need to put a rough ending to the regular season behind them if they want to get past the defending Stanley Cup champions in the opening round of the playoffs. The struggling Blues hope to get back on track when they host the Chicago Blackhawks in Thursday's Game 1 encounter at Scottrade Center.
  • NHL Play of the Year Showdown: Hertl vs. Shaw

    NHL Play of the Year Showdown: Hertl vs. Shaw

    TSN.ca's NHL Play of the Year showdown continues today with two of the flithiest and unlikeliest of goals from the past season. The fourth match-up of the Round of 32 sees Thomas Hertl pull a move that did not exactly ingratiate himself towards the League's vets while Andrew Shaw finds a beauty without even having to look.
  • Sharks host Kings in Game 1 of postseason rematch

    Sharks host Kings in Game 1 of postseason rematch

    The San Jose Sharks are out for revenge in the opening round of the playoffs, as they attempt to knock out the team that eliminated them from last spring's postseason. The Sharks have home-ice advantage this time against the Los Angeles Kings, who are visiting the SAP Center for Thursday's Game 1 battle between the Pacific Division rivals.
  • Cullen: Notes from opening night of the NHL playoffs

    Cullen: Notes from opening night of the NHL playoffs

    Scott Cullen breaks down the opening night of the NHL playoffs, including Daniel Briere looking good for the Habs, the supporting cast coming through for the Penguins and the Stars' comeback coming up short in Anaheim.
  • Bishop skates, does light work at Lightning practice

    Bishop skates, does light work at Lightning practice

    Ben Bishop took another step toward his return on Thursday but he's not there yet. The Tampa Bay Lightning goalie was in full gear at practice but he didn't take any shots. Instead, he skated on his own and did some light work with goalie coach Frantz Jean, according to reports.
  • Post To Post: Price, Fleury and Andersen were solid enough

    Post To Post: Price, Fleury and Andersen were solid enough

    In the first edition of Post To Post for the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down the goaltending performances in Game 1 by all eight starters on Wednesday night.
  • Defoe to miss third straight game for Toronto FC

    Defoe to miss third straight game for Toronto FC

    Toronto FC forward Jermain Defoe will miss his third straight game. The England international has been ruled out of Saturday's match at FC Dallas with the hamstring injury picked up in the 3-0 loss at Real Salt Lake at the end of March. Head coach Ryan Nelsen said he hopes to have Defoe back for the May 3rd home game against New England.
  • MacArthur: Dickey thinks knuckler is ready for the cold

    MacArthur: Dickey thinks knuckler is ready for the cold

    When R.A. Dickey takes the mound on Thursday afternoon at Target Field, the forecast temperature of one Celsius will test a man who throws a unique pitch, the knuckleball, which is better suited to climate-controlled, humid conditions. Dickey insists he'll be ready. "It would be the same challenge that I would have if I was pitching conventionally and just trying to get my body warm and going," said Dickey. TSN 1050's Scott MacArthur has more.
  • Duke All-American SF Parker declares for NBA Draft

    Duke All-American SF Parker declares for NBA Draft

    Duke standout forward Jabari Parker is entering the NBA Draft. The All-American freshman declared for this summer's draft on Thursday, following other high profile first year players including Kansas duo Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid. "Coming out of high school, I knew that Duke was going to be a great fit for me and it ended up being one of the best experiences of my life," Parker said in statement released by the school.
  • Prosecutor undermines defence expert at Pistorius trial

    Prosecutor undermines defence expert at Pistorius trial

    The prosecution in Oscar Pistorius' murder trial on Thursday challenged the credibility of an expert witness for the defence, which was trying to show that the athlete killed his girlfriend by mistake.
  • Raonic defeats Robredo to reach Monte Carlo quarters

    Raonic defeats Robredo to reach Monte Carlo quarters

    Canadian Milos Raonic defeated Spain's Tommy Robredo 6-4, 6-3 on Thursday to reach the quarter-finals at the Monte Carlo Masters. The 23-year-old from Thornhill, Ont., will next take on Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka.
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