On emotional day in Toronto, pitching costs Blue Jays series against Rays
Ben Nicholson-Smith
The Toronto Blue Jays' pitching was hit hard once again on the way to a 7-3 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays as they look to bank some wins on their west-coast road trip.
32 Thoughts: What's up with every team heading into the NHL Draft?
Elliotte Friedman
Rays' doubleheader sweep highlights lack of rotation depth for Blue Jays
Ben Nicholson-Smith
The day began with a full stadium, Kevin Gausman on the mound and high hopes for the Toronto Blue Jays. It ended nearly nine hours later with a lopsided loss in a far emptier ballpark.
After challenges on and off ice, Canucks' Boeser has 'a lot to prove'
Iain MacIntyre
Armed with a new three-year contract, Vancouver Canucks forward Brock Boeser is eager for a fresh start after an emotionally draining 2021-22 season.
Gausman’s injury underscores vulnerability of Blue Jays’ starting rotation
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Blue Jays' Gausman suffers ankle contusion, X-rays come back negative
Ben Nicholson-Smith
A scary moment gave way to relief for the Blue Jays early Saturday afternoon.
The Raptors believe they can make the best Durant offer. But does that mean they should?
Michael Grange
The Raptors are not only “lurking” in the Durant sweepstakes. As Michael Grange reports, Toronto feels it can put together the best package of assets the Nets are likely to get. But you can only go all-in once, and just because they could, doesn’t necessarily mean they should.
Canucks, Boeser take gamble, demonstrate mutual belief with three-year deal
Iain MacIntyre
Canada's 'Core 14' deliver in solid FIBA World Cup qualifying win over Dominican Republic
Michael Grange
It wasn’t perfect, but the new iteration of the Canadian men’s senior national team more than got the job done against the Dominican Republic in World Cup Qualifying on Friday night, winning 95-75.