After five long years out of NHL, Canucks' Martin makes storybook return
Iain MacIntyre
Journeyman goalie Spencer Martin may not have won the game on Friday, but you won't find the short-handed Vancouver Canucks complaining. Making his first NHL start in five years, Martin deserves plenty of praise for taking the Canucks to a shootout against the high-powered Florida Panthers.
Raptors' Barnes shines in win over Wizards as Nurse sticks with tight rotation
Michael Grange
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Changes forthcoming as MLB takes logical step towards automated strike zones
Jeff Blair
Jeff Blair explores MLB taking logical step towards automated strike zones, how the dream of the 'Sister City' between Montreal and Tampa Bay came to a disappointing ending and the confrontation between Leon Draisaitl and an Edmonton reporter.
All eyes on Tippett, Koskinen, Holland with reeling Oilers in turmoil
Mark Spector
Ahead of a pivotal game against the Flames tonight on Hockey Night in Canada at 8 p.m. MT / 10 p.m. ET, the free-falling Oilers are feeling the heat. Three men in particular are under immense pressure — head coach Dave Tippett, general manager Ken Holland and goalie Mikko Koskinen.
Who's trending to be elected to baseball's hall of fame – and who could miss the cut
Arden Zwelling
'Dikembe' Montembeault seizing big opportunity with Canadiens
Eric Engels
Montreal Canadiens goalie Samuel Montembeault and Dikembe Mutombo both have shown the ability to block plenty of shots. That's why some members of the media have dubbed Montembeault 'Dikembe' in the midst of an impressive week.
No goals, no goaltending, no answers: Oilers simply look lost
Mark Spector
The Edmonton Oilers are not the worst team in the NHL. But they've been playing like it for too long now. So something has to change. Because as the Oilers exist today, this collection of players and coaches can not effect change by themselves.
Bronfman left to mull next steps for Montreal after MLB nixes Rays' plan
Shi Davidi
Demko, Miller enter COVID protocol as Canucks finally return home
Iain MacIntyre
The good news for the Vancouver Canucks is they actually have a home game on Friday. The bad news is top goalie Thatcher Demko and leading scorer J.T. Miller have entered COVID-19 protocol.