- For a team that's only existed for 20 years, the Toronto Raptors have produced an inordinately large number of villains. But who is it - Vince Carter aside - that Raptors fans hate the most now? As always, it's Your! Call.
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- With one draw remaining in roundrobin play at the Tim Hortons Brier on TSN today, four teams are battling for the final playoff spot. Through seven ends, Quebec (6-4) has a 6-4 lead over first-place Alberta while Saskatchewan (6-4) is tied 4-4 with New Brunswick (5-5). Newfoundland and Labrador (6-5) needs some help to get in. Stay with TSN.ca for scoring updates throughout the draw.
- The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have brought back a familiar face and fan favourite, naming former quarterback Buck Pierce the team's new running backs coach. Pierce announced his retirement from the CFL on Tuesday after nine seasons with the Blue Bombers and B.C. Lions.
- A security guard working in Oscar Pistorius' gated community says the athlete told him everything was "fine" when he called to investigate neighbours' reports of gunshots on the night Reeva Steenkamp was killed.
- Major League Soccer's referees and other on-field officials have been locked out, a day before the season openers. The Professional Referee Organization, which manages game officials for the U.S. Soccer Federation and MLS, notified the Professional Soccer Referee Association of the lockout Friday. PRO says replacement officials will be used.
- After making a huge off-season splash, Toronto FC prepares to start their eighth MLS season still looking for a first ever playoff berth. TSN soccer analyst Gareth Wheeler tells you everything you need to know about Toronto FC heading into 2014, while TSN soccer analyst Jason deVos tells you how they will succeed or fail during the new campaign.
- The Vancouver Whitecaps have loaned five players to the Charleston Battery of the United Soccer League Pro division, the team announced on Friday. Midfielders Aminu Abdallah and Andre Lewis and striker Mamadou Diouf will join the Battery from the Whitecaps roster. U-23 striker Marlon Ramirez and U-18 defender Jackson Farmer will also be loaned to the USL side.
- Russian President Vladimir Putin has opened the Winter Paralympics in Sochi against the backdrop of his country's military action in Crimea. During the athletes' parade, the 23-strong Ukrainian team was represented by a lone flagbearer in an apparent protest at the presence of Russian troops in Ukraine's Crimean peninsula.
- B.C. Lions centre Angus Reid announced his retirement on Friday. The Richmond, BC native and Simon Fraser product dressed for 200 career CFL games over 13 seasons as well as 11 playoff games and three Grey Cup appearances.
- The Atlantic Division-leading Toronto Raptors are well rested and will get back to work Friday versus Rudy Gay and the Sacramento Kings in the finale of a three-game homestand at Air Canada Centre. Since shipping Gay to Sacramento in a seven-player trade in early December, the Raptors have risen to the top of the Atlantic Division and are 26-14. Watch the game on TSN2 and listen on TSN Radio 1050 Toronto at 7pm et/4pm pt.
- The Calgary Flames are giving their future a chance to perform and had to like what they saw last time out. The Flames take aim at a second straight victory on Friday night as they welcome the New York Islanders to town.
- Ukraine will compete in the Winter Paralympics in Sochi despite Russia's military moves in Crimea. The Ukrainian Paralympic Committee decided against boycotting the games, announcing a few hours before Friday's opening ceremony that its athletes would stay.
- Kevin Glenn doesn't want to continue his CFL career with the expansion Ottawa Redblacks. The veteran quarterback says he's asked the Redblacks to be traded. Ottawa selected Glenn, 34, on Dec. 15 in the first round of the CFL expansion draft after compiling a 20-8 record as a starter the last two years with the Calgary Stampeders.
- You'd be hard pressed to find a man who's had a greater impact on baseball over the past 40 years. We're not talking about Hank Aaron, or Bob Gibson or Roger Clemens, Cal Ripken Jr. or Barry Bonds. As Scott Ferguson of TSN Radio 1050 writes, Dr. Frank Jobe, who passed away Thursday, prolonged many careers.
- In his brief 10-month stint with the Raptors, Rudy Gay averaged just under 20 points per contest, accounting for the bulk of Toronto's offence while hitting some big, game-winning shots before he was whisked away to Sacramento. His tenure won't be remembered for any of that, rightly or wrongly, and the Kings forward has mostly come to terms with that. TSN 1050's Josh Lewenberg has more on Gay's return to Toronto.
- Yes, all of that Gucci Couture and Atelier Versace is fun to fantasize about, but does anyone ever walk down the red carpet in something that you could actually, you know, buy? Once in a while, the answer is actually yes. These stars made fast-fashion finds look like a million bucks. By Ryan Porter