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  • Rangers have big third period to beat Flyers in Game 1

    Rangers have big third period to beat Flyers in Game 1

    Brad Richards and Derek Stepan scored power-play goals 47 seconds apart in the third period, and the New York Rangers beat Philadelphia 4-1 in the playoff opener on Thursday night to stretch their home-winning streak over the rival Flyers to nine games. Henrik Lundqvist made 14 saves for the win, while Ray Emery stopped 32 shots in the loss.

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  • Wild rally gives Twins doubleheader sweep of Blue Jays

    Wild rally gives Twins doubleheader sweep of Blue Jays

    What started as a bad day for the Toronto Blue Jays turned into a record-breaking disaster by night's end. Minnesota scored three straight runs on wild pitches by the Toronto's Sergio Santos in the eighth inning, when the Twins walked eight times off three relievers in rallying for a 9-5 victory and a sweep of Thursday's day-night doubleheader.
  • Sabathia bests Price in Yankees' win over Rays

    Sabathia bests Price in Yankees' win over Rays

    CC Sabathia pitched seven innings for a rare win at Tropicana Field, leading the New York Yankees past David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays 10-2 Thursday night in a matchup of former AL Cy Young Award winners. Sabathia (2-2) allowed two runs and seven hits, improving to 2-7 in 12 starts at Tropicana Field since joining the Yankees in 2009. He lowered his ERA to 5.19.
  • Lester goes eight strong in Red Sox win over White Sox

    Lester goes eight strong in Red Sox win over White Sox

    Jon Lester pitched eight sharp innings and David Ross hit a tiebreaking RBI double in Boston's two-run ninth, leading the Red Sox to a 3-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday night. Lester (2-2) allowed one run and seven hits for his second straight win after opening the season with two losses.
  • Habs hope to keep leaning on depth but must fix other areas

    Habs hope to keep leaning on depth but must fix other areas

    There are two ways to look at Dale Weise scoring the Game 1 overtime winner for the Montreal Canadiens. From a glass-half-empty perspective, the Habs probably shouldn't have needed the fourth-liner to score after outshooting the Tampa Bay Lightning by more than double in regulation and dominating the play. From a glass-half-full perspective, they can be thankful they spread the scoring around five different players.
  • Alouettes agree to terms with former All-Pro WR Chad Johnson

    Alouettes agree to terms with former All-Pro WR Chad Johnson

    The Montreal Alouettes have signed former Pro Bowl wide receiver Chad Johnson. The team announced on Thursday that they had agreed to terms with the 36-year-old whose NFL career spanned 11 years, a decade with the Cincinnati Bengals and one year with the New England Patriots. Johnson had been working out with the team since Monday in Florida.
  • Lewenberg: Raps look to squash playoff inexperience stigma

    Lewenberg: Raps look to squash playoff inexperience stigma

    The Toronto Raptors are a young, inexperienced team. They've heard about it, it's the narrative that drives this series. They'll be reminded of it over and over again for two weeks and then, should they advance to round two, it'll be revisited once again. TSN Radio 1050's Josh Lewenberg has more.
  • TSN features complete coverage of the Raptors' playoff run

    TSN features complete coverage of the Raptors' playoff run

    Canada's Sports Leader delivers every game from the Toronto Raptors first playoff run in six seasons, as TSN and TSN GO have complete live coverage of the Raptors' series against the Brooklyn Nets during the first round of the NBA playoffs. TSN is also the home of the NBA Playoffs and the NBA Finals.
  • Despite laceration, Ducks' Getzlaf plans to play Game 2

    Despite laceration, Ducks' Getzlaf plans to play Game 2

    day after Anaheim captain Ryan Getzlaf took a slap shot to the head, the Ducks had already found the lighter side of a potentially disastrous playoff injury. "Luckily, he's married, has a couple of kids," Anaheim defenceman Ben Lovejoy said. "He's not trying to impress anybody with his face."
  • 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.
  • Kuchar keeps Masters edge with strong start at RBC Heritage

    Kuchar keeps Masters edge with strong start at RBC Heritage

    Matt Kuchar continued his stellar play from the Masters by putting together a strong start at the RBC Heritage, shooting a 5-under 66 on Thursday to share the first-round lead with Scott Langley and William McGirt.
  • Canada opens defence of U18 worlds with win over Sweden

    Canada opens defence of U18 worlds with win over Sweden

    Jake Virtanen scored twice as Canada opened its defence of the under-18 men's hockey title with a 3-1 win over Sweden on Thursday. Virtanen opened the scoring at 6:45 of the first period, then gave Canada a two-goal lead with a power-play goal 1:03 into the second.
  • Cullen: Reflecting on 2013-14 NHL Power Rankings

    Cullen: Reflecting on 2013-14 NHL Power Rankings

    Scott Cullen looks back at the TSN.ca NHL Power Rankings, comparing the preseason to end-of-season results and see what kind of factors contributed to unanticipated results. Injuries, goaltending and unexpected individual performances, both good and bad, tend to play the largest role.
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