- The Ottawa Senators will try to record consecutive wins for the first time since early February when they welcome the sliding Nashville Predators for tonight's clash at Canadian Tire Centre. Watch the action unfold live on TSN starting at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt.
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- With a chance to grab second in the Atlantic Division the Toronto Maple Leafs will have extra motivation as coach Randy Carlyle makes his return to the Honda Center to face his former team, the Anaheim Ducks tonight. Listen to the Maple Leafs vs. Ducks live on TSN Radio Toronto 1050 at 10pm et.
- Los Angeles Kings forward Jordan Nolan had a phone hearing with the National Hockey League Department of Player Safety on Monday regarding an incident that occurred during Sunday's game with the Edmonton Oilers. The league has not yet made a decision.
- Ottawa Senators forward Clarke MacArthur is not expected to play in Monday's game against the Nashville Predators with a hand injury but could return for Saturday's matchup with the Montreal Canadiens. The 28-year-old forward already missed Saturday's 5-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets with the same injury.
- Montreal Canadiens defenceman Josh Gorges underwent successful surgery Monday morning to repair a fracture in his left hand. Gorges is expected to miss the next four weeks of action.
- GMs hate to see a game end on an incorrect call and generally don't like to see one end in a shootout. So it's only natural that altering or extending overtime and expanding video review will be hot topics on the agenda for meetings Monday through Wednesday in Boca Raton, Fla. When it comes to overtime, the hope is to have fewer games even reach the shootout.
- Toronto police say there's no indication a missing 20-year-old Ontario Hockey League player with a Michigan team has entered Canada. Police say it's believed Terry Trafford, a centre with the Saginaw Spirit in Saginaw, Mich., may have left the state to return to his hometown of Toronto.
- The Vancouver Canucks will try to win two straight games for the first time since mid-January on Monday night as they play host to the struggling New York Islanders. The Canucks are coming off just their second victory in 13 games, having bested the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Saturday.
- The Winnipeg Jets have hit their first bump in the road under head coach Paul Maurice. The playoff hopefuls look to snap a three-game losing streak as they visit the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night. Watch the Jets vs. Avalanche live on TSN Jets at 7:30pm ct/8:30pm et or listen to the game live on TSN Radio 1290 Winnipeg.
- The red-hot Los Angeles Kings take aim at an eighth straight victory on Monday night as they wrap up a road trip versus the Calgary Flames. Calgary will be seeking to rebound tonight after dropping a 2-1 decision to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday.
- The Toronto Raptors look to distance themselves from the Brooklyn Nets in the Atlantic Division standings when the two teams collide Monday at Barclays Center. Watch the Raptors vs. Nets live tonight on TSN2 at 7:30pm et/4:30pm pt.
- Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Carl Robinson was quick to dampen expectations for his new look team following Saturday's victory, but the rookie head coach couldn't have asked for a better start to his managerial career as his side showed the attacking qualities he wants to be the trademark of his club. TSN Soccer Analyst Luke Wileman has more.
- TSN's Jack Armstrong offers his thoughts on Raptors small forward Steve Novak, Nets shooting guard Marcus Thornton's firepower and deep range, Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo's talent and the Chicago Bulls' harder work on the court.
- Over the winter, the Toronto Blue Jays came to terms with a pair of pitchers who were trying to become knuckleballers - Josh Banks and Tomo Ohka. Now there is a third. He's 30-year-old Frank Viola III. TSN Radio 1050's Scott Ferguson has more.
- Hands up if you find it difficult"if not impossible"to get to the gym three times a week. Or even once a week. Not everyone is as fortunate as Corporal Erin Anderson of CFB Borden who gets paid to include exercise in her work week. Even with allotted fitness time and access to world-class facilities, however, she concedes, "it's a challenge to find time to keep up my fitness levels." The good news is that there are dozens of ways to sneak exercise into your life. Even 10 minutes of cardio a day will help lower your risk of disease, reduce stress and improve sleep. That's the key: routine. Choosing physical activity over staying stationary should become so automatic that you don't even need to plan for it.