- In the latest edition of C'Mon, Ref! Kerry Fraser looks at a pair of incidents from late in the Montreal Canadiens' Wednesday night win over the New Jersey Devils. See what Kerry thinks of Max Pacioretty's breakaway stick explosion and P.K. Subban's slew-foot.
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- The Edmonton Oilers are coming off Tuesday's 6-2 home loss against Phoenix, but will look to rebound tonight at home against the Colorado Avalanche. Thursday's encounter is the first of three scheduled meetings between the Oilers and Avs this season.
- The Ottawa Redblacks are looking at the architect of the CFL's most aggressive defence as their first-ever head coach. TSN has confirmed the Redblacks have settled upon Calgary Stampeders defensive co-ordinator Rick Campbell as their inaugural head coach.
- With the Senators facing the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight, TSN 1200's Ian Mendes tries to answer three questions about the Ben Bishop-Cory Conacher trade from earlier this year.
- Receivers Chris Getzlaf and Rob Bagg and offensive linemen Brendon LaBatte and Dominic Picard all signed contract extensions to remain with the Grey Cup-champion Saskatchewan Roughriders.
- Derrick Rose isn't quite ruling out a return to the Chicago Bulls this season. The superstar point guard left the door slightly open for a comeback in the playoffs if his surgically repaired right knee is healed -- even though the team has said he will miss the rest of the year.
- With injuries and losses mounting, the Toronto Maple Leafs get set to host the Dallas Stars Thursday night at the ACC. The latest Leaf to go down is centre Tyler Bozak who, according to head coach Randy Carlyle, will be out for an "extended period of time" with an oblique strain. Despite not participating in the morning skate, Phil Kessel is expected to be in the lineup.
- The Montreal Canadiens will try to extend their point streak to nine straight games and grab possession of first place in the Atlantic Division on Thursday night when they host the rival Boston Bruins. Viewers in Montreal region can see the game live on TSN Habs at 7:30. You can also listen to the game on TSN 690.
- Buffalo Sabres interim coach Ted Nolan spoke to the Buffalo News Wednesday and said he believes they should build their team around goaltender Ryan Miller, who is set to become an unrestricted free agency this summer.
- The Pittsburgh Penguins will be without forward Evgeni Malkin tonight when they face the San Jose Sharks. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Malkin is day-to-day after suffering a lower-body injury during the morning skate.
- The Winnipeg Jets will try to pick up another win on what has so far been a successful road trip when they visit the sliding Florida Panthers for Thursday's clash at the BB&T Center. Viewers in the Jets region can watch the game live on TSN Jets at 6pm ct/7pm et. You can listen to the game on TSN 1290 Radio at 6:30pm ct.
- The Toronto Argonauts have named Tim Burke as the club's new defensive coordinator. Burke replaces Chris Jones, who was named head coach of the Edmonton Eskimos last Wednesday. Argos head coach Scott Milanovich announced the move on TSN Radio 1050 Thursday morning.
- With the NHL having paid Wayne Gretzky the remaining funds owed to Wayne Gretzky from the Phoenix Coyotes, the rumours of his next NHL destination are in full swing. And they're pointing to the NHL's biggest market: Toronto.
- We are told 'the table never lies'. It is a cliché dragged out by fans and pundits regularly when discussions take place around which teams are better than others. However, the only lies being told are coming from the ones who deliver the cliché. TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack has more.
- No team in the NHL relies more on a core group to produce offence than do the Toronto Maple Leafs. Seven players have combined for 84 per cent of the team's 74 goals this season. Dave Bolland and Tyler Bozak have each missed a month's worth of games due to injury already this season and yet remain amongst the team's scoring leaders. TSN Radio 1050's Jonas Siegel has more.
- It isn't often that we get to bring you a home with its very own stables and, yet, here we are bringing you a home with its very own stables! Consider it a holiday present. And not only does this home have a place to keep horses, but it also has a pool, tennis court, and sand volleyball court (and some crazy cool windows). Check out 1538 75th Street, which is on the market for $8,180,275. By Brandon Miller