- Tomas Plekanec scored the game-winner in the third period as the Montreal Canadiens moved one win away from advancing to the second round of NHL playoffs with a 3-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday night. Montreal leads the best-of-seven series 3-0 and can sweep the Lightning with a win Tuesday night at the Bell Centre.
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- The Boston Bruins beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 on Sunday to tie their first round series at one game apiece. Justin Florek, Reilly Smith, Milan Lucic and Zdeno Chara scored for Boston, while Luke Glendening had Detroit's goal. The series shifts to Joe Louis Arena in Detroit for Games 3 and 4 on Tuesday and Thursday.
- A year after a pair of homemade pressure-cooker bombs killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the Boston Marathon, runners and spectators filtered in Monday morning at the starting line in Hopkinton amid tight security.
- The New York Knicks have fired head coach Mike Woodson and his entire coaching staff after a disappointing 2013-14 season. New Knicks president Phil Jackson announced the decision Monday.
- Canada is through to the World Group of the Fed Cup after sweeping the first the first three matches of its playoff tie with Slovakia. Montreal's Eugenie Bouchard, ranked 18th in the world, defeated Jana Cepelova 7-6 (6), 6-3 Sunday to clinch the series and send Canada to the prestigious World Group for the first time.
- David Murphy hit a three-run double in the sixth inning and John Axford worked out of bases-loaded jam in the ninth, lifting the Cleveland Indians to a 6-4 win over the Toronto Blue Jays on Sunday to avoid a series sweep.
- The Flyers are headed back to Philadelphia tied 1-1 in their Best-of-Seven First Round series with the New York Rangers. Luke Schenn's goal on a delayed penalty in the second period proved to be the difference maker, as the Flyers erased a two-goal deficit to beat the Rangers 4-2 in Game 2 on Sunday.
- Fourth-liners Mike Brown and Raffi Torres scored second-period goals to spark a San Jose comeback and lead the Sharks to a 7-2 victory Sunday over the Los Angeles Kings and a 2-0 lead in their first-round series. Justin Braun, Patrick Marleau, Joe Pavelski, Logan Couture and Joe Thornton also scored for the Sharks.
- Chicago Blackhawks defenceman Brent Seabrook has been suspended three games for his hit on St. Louis Blues forward David Backes on Saturday. Seabrook had a phone hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety on Sunday afternoon. The ban was the first given out by the league since the departure of Brendan Shanahan from the Player Safety department last week.
- The Chosen One may soon be chosen for the chopping block. The Daily Telegraph reports that Manchester United will soon fire manager David Moyes, just 11 months after his was hand-picked by Sir Alex Ferguson as his successor. According to the paper, Moyes has lost the backing of the Glazer family, along with other senior club executives.
- Every night of the Stanley Cup playoffs, TSN hockey analyst and former NHL goaltender Jamie McLennan breaks down each goalie's performance. Take a look at his quick analysis for Sunday's netminders.
- In his latest blog, TSN basketball analyst Jack Armstrong offer his thoughts on the Eastern Conference first-round series between the Toronto Raptors and Brooklyn Nets following Game 1.
- Scott Cullen looks at the Brent Seabrook suspension (and wakey, wakey), the Habs putting the Lightning on the brink and the Sharks smacking down the Kings, while the Flyers and Bruins both got back to even ground.
- When Ryan Nelsen named his starting XI featuring Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio and Kyle Bekker, it appeared we could be in for a change of system. Osorio did play a bit deeper than a normal forward, making the fluid system look, at times, like a 4-2-3-1 but, in truth, this system wasn't much different to the one Nelsen has trusted this season. TSN Soccer analyst Kristian Jack has more in his latest edition of Shapes of MLS.
- When twin bombs went off at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, the city plunged into chaos. The lives of both participants and spectators alike would never be the same again. One year later, the survivors of that harrowing day returned to the finish line to share their thoughts on healing and moving on. In its touching collection of portraits, Dear World, an organization dedicated to telling the world's stories, offers a glimpse at the strength of these brave men and women. Although some days they struggle, the survivors sure as hell aren't giving up"and that's something we call all learn from. By Matilda Miranda
- This week's stars were all over the place with their fashion selections, and we're not sure what they were thinking. Katie Holmes can't pull off kiddie prints like Suri can, and Maitland Ward doesn't do "naked" as well as Miley. Good news though ladies, we can help! Here are the worst looks of the week and how to fix 'em. By Jayne Heaton
- We're only halfway through the Cambridges' tour of Australia and New Zealand, but it's already been sooo good. The best way to get an inside look at what's been happening Down Under is through Prince George's Instagram, which is royally awesome (and royally fake, but why nitpick?). But if you were hoping to find pictures of anyone other than Prince George, think again. As with any human under the age of two, there is only one star in the room: him. By Denette Wilford
- By now you must know all about quinoa and its superfood powers: it's gluten-free, packed with protein and best of all, pretty darn-easy to cook. The next time you go with the grain, try out any of these recipes as a simple, but delicious, meal idea.