- Twenty-six saves by Carey Price and two goals by Rene Bourque helped the Montreal Canadiens to a 4-1 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference first round series. David Desharnais and Brendan Gallagher also scored for the Canadiens, who now have a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series heading into Sunday's Game 3 in Montreal.
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- Pavel Datsyuk scored at 16:59 of the third period, moments after Jimmy Howard's best save of the game, and the Detroit Red Wings beat the top-seeded Boston Bruins 1-0 in the opener of their Eastern Conference playoff series Friday night. The opening loss was the Bruins' first playoff game since they dropped the deciding Game 6 of last season's Stanley Cup final.
- Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf have scored to give the Anaheim Ducks a 2-1 lead over the Dallas Stars after the second period of Game 2 of their Western Conference first round series. Alex Chiasson has replied for the Stars. The Ducks lead the best-of-seven series 1-0. Ducks captain Getzlaf was hit in the face with a puck in the final seconds of Game 1, but he is in the lineup tonight wearing a mouth shield. The action can be seen live on TSN.
- Melky Cabrera had four hits and scored Toronto's go-ahead run in the seventh inning on Edwin Encarnacion's single, and the Blue Jays held on for a 3-2 win over the Cleveland Indians on Friday night. Steve Delabar (1-0), one of three Toronto relievers to combine for eight walks in the eighth inning in a loss at Minnesota on Thursday, got the win in relief of starter Drew Hutchison.
- James Loney drove in four runs and the Tampa Bay Rays overcame a four-run deficit to beat the New York Yankees 11-5 on Friday night. Pinch-hitter Desmond Jennings had an RBI single before Loney's two-run single off Adam Warren (0-1) in the seventh inning that gave Tampa Bay a 6-5 lead.
- Jonathan Schoop went 4 for 5 with two doubles and two RBIs, and the Baltimore Orioles pounded Red Sox starter John Lackey in an 8-4 victory over Boston on Friday night.
- The Raptors, who finished the season with the same record as the Bulls, lost the coin flip tie breaker with Chicago this afternoon - as a result, Toronto will pick 20th in the 2014 NBA Draft on June 26th. The Bulls will select 19th. Toronto didn't have a pick in the 2013 draft. In 2012 they finished with the same record as the Golden State, but lost the tiebreaker and selected Terrence Ross with the 8th pick.
- Experience is the early theme of the Raptors' opening-round playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets. The Nets' expected starting five have 417 post-season starts between them while the Raptors' starters have none.
- The New York Mets have traded slumping first baseman Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates for minor league pitcher Zack Thornton and a player to be named. The Mets announced the move just minutes before they played Atlanta on Friday night. Davis was on the field during batting practice earlier in the day.
- The second round of the RBC Heritage was cut short because of rain Friday, with K.J. Choi shooting a 4-under 67 for a one-stroke lead over Robert Allenby. Allenby was among 65 players left on the course when the storm hit Harbour Town Golf Links. Officials delayed the round shortly before 3 p.m. and then suspended it until Saturday morning after waiting through about 90 minutes of steady, heavy rain.
- Former Olympic curling champion Kevin Martin has announced his retirement. A four-time Brier champion, Martin won Olympic gold in Vancouver in 2010, and won the World Curling Championship in 2008. He has 17 career Grand Slam wins.
- Chad Johnson's signing with the Montreal Alouettes capped a month long period of speculation; CFL fans wondering if one of the most notorious receivers in recent memory would actually sign in the league, or if he was just having some fun on Twitter. The player formally known as Ochocinco is officially taking his act north of the border. He'll help the Alouettes at the turnstiles, but will he help them on the field?
- Rafael Nadal lost to Spanish compatriot David Ferrer 7-6 (1), 6-4 in the quarterfinals on Friday, his earliest exit at the Monte Carlo Masters in 11 years. Meanwhile, Stanislas Wawrinka reached his first semifinals since winning the Australian Open after beating eighth-seeded Milos Raonic.
- On Saturday afternoon, less than three years after winning an unlikely championship together in Dallas, Dwane Casey and Jason Kidd will meet at centre court of the Air Canada Centre. They'll shake hands, exchange a few words then return to their respective benches in the hopes of sending the other home for an early summer vacation. TSN Radio 1050's Josh Lewenberg has more.
- Is an eight-man bullpen feasible over the duration of the season? Which journeyman pitcher has the best chance to maintain their success? What effect do the comments of Archie Bradley's agent have? What has happened to the number of the African-American players? TSN's Steve Phillips provides his answers.
- When Colorado Avalanche defenceman Erik Johnson raced back to stop the puck from entering the empty net in Game 1 on Thursday, he knocked the net off its moorings. TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser explains why no delay-of-game penalty was called on the play.
- 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
- Between the corner-office chic she embodies as Washington fixer Olivia Pope on 'Scandal' and the stylish elegance she shows on the red carpet, Kerry Washington is a style overachiever (even when nine months pregnant!). With looks from office to evening, swipe these style tips from the perennially best-dressed star. By Ryan Porter
- It's been 102 years since the 'Titanic' sank on April 15, 1912. But how much of what you know about that fateful night is based in fact and how much is based in film? While James Cameron was obsessive about getting many details right in his 1997 Oscar-winning blockbuster, he was careless about many others. Here's a look at 11 of his film's most egregious errors. By Jonathan Doyle
- Whether you care about the environment, your pocketbook, or both, avoiding kitchen waste is a good policy. But can you really eat those less-than-stellar fruits and veggies lurking in your produce drawer? Actually, yeah. Here's how to manage them. By Devon Scoble