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  • Canadiens, Lightning kick off Stanley Cup playoff marathon

    Canadiens, Lightning kick off Stanley Cup playoff marathon

    The Montreal Canadiens hope to turn last year's playoff disaster into this year's success, as their mettle will be tested again when they face the Lightning in Game 1 tonight in Tampa. The Canadiens will have Brandon Prust back in the lineup after the rugged winger missed the end of the season with a suspected rib injury. You can listen to the game live on TSN Radio and on TSN.ca/Montreal.

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  • NHL Play of the Year Showdown: MacArthur vs. Benn

    NHL Play of the Year Showdown: MacArthur vs. Benn

    TSN.ca's NHL Play of the Year showdown continues today with a battle between two forwards creating unbelievable goals. The third match-up of the Round of 32 pits the Ottawa Senators' Clarke MacArthur against power forward Jamie Benn on the Dallas Stars.
  • Mason out; Flyers G Emery gets start in Game 1 against Rangers

    Mason out; Flyers G Emery gets start in Game 1 against Rangers

    Ray Emery will get the call in net for the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night when the team opens up its opening round Metropolitan Division playoff series in New York against the Rangers. Flyers coach Craig Berube announced on Wednesday that starter Steve Mason would be unavailable for the series opener. Mason incurred an upper-body injury last Saturday late in the second period in a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins when he collided with Penguins forward Jayson Megna.
  • Cullen: 2014 NHL Award Picks

    Cullen: 2014 NHL Award Picks

    With the 2013-2014 NHL season in the books, Scott Cullen has his final take on the award races. Some of the names, particularly for the winners, have been the same throughout the season, but there have been many changes among the top contenders.
  • Fraser: What to expect from officials as the playoffs begin

    Fraser: What to expect from officials as the playoffs begin

    The puck is set to drop for the 2013-14 Stanley Cup playoffs. And as TSN hockey analyst and former NHL referee Kerry Fraser writes, the first round is always the toughest brand of hockey and the most difficult for the officials to work effectively.
  • Canada adds Scheifele, Huberdeau; Tippett named coach

    Canada adds Scheifele, Huberdeau; Tippett named coach

    Four more players have accepted invitations to play for Team Canada at the World Championship, including forwards Jonathan Huberdeau of the Florida Panthers, Cody Hodgson of the Buffalo Sabres, and Mark Scheifele of the Winnipeg Jets, along with defenceman Jason Garrison of the Vancouver Canucks. Hockey Canada also named Dave Tippett of the Phoenix Coyotes as the team's head coach.
  • Oilers' Belov signs four-year deal to return to KHL

    Oilers' Belov signs four-year deal to return to KHL

    The Edmonton Oilers announced on Wednesday that defenceman Anton Belov has signed a four-year contract with SKA St. Petersburg of the KHL. Belov was a free agent last summer when he signed a one-year contract with the Oilers. In 57 games this season he had one goal and six assists with 34 penalty minutes in Edmonton.
  • Jets agree to terms with former Titan RB Johnson

    Jets agree to terms with former Titan RB Johnson

    The running game of the New York Jets may have added a significant piece on Wednesday. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, league sources say former Titans running back Chris Johnson has reached an agreement with Jets on a two-year deal.
  • Raonic, Federer, Nadal all advance at Monte Carlo

    Raonic, Federer, Nadal all advance at Monte Carlo

    Canada's Milos Raonic opened his clay-court season with a second-round victory over Taiwan's Yen Lu-Hsun at the Monte Carlos Masters on Wednesday. The No. 8 seed from Thornhill, Ont., rebounded nicely after dropping a first-set tiebreaker in the 6-7 (4), 6-2, 6-1 victory. "I did a lot of things well today," Raonic said. "I had the discipline I needed when things were not going so well.
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