Canadiens Notebook: Lost season would be nightmare scenario for Montreal
Eric Engels
A lost season due to the COVID-19 pandemic would be a nightmare scenario for a team like the Montreal Canadiens, who are looking to take advantage of the last years of Shea Weber and Carey Price's careers.
Raptors' Pascal Siakam entering pivotal season without mentor Serge Ibaka
Michael Grange
Flames prospect Martin Pospisil standing out in Slovakian league
Eric Francis
Of the more than a dozen Flames prospects scattered around Europe getting valuable game experience in, few are standing out as much as Martin Pospisil.
Four NHL teams exploring possibility of playing outdoor home games
Elliotte Friedman
In an effort to try and get some fans back in the seats, four NHL teams are investigating the possibility of hosting their home games outdoors for the coming season.
Alex Edler experiencing deja-vu as last of a generation of Canucks
Iain MacIntyre
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Blue Jays' free-agent groundwork could soon yield payoffs
Shi Davidi
Given all the groundwork the Toronto Blue Jays have laid in recent weeks, and with the virtual winter meetings right around the corner, payoffs on a number of fronts may be on the horizon.
Blue Jays non-tender infielder Travis Shaw, reliever A.J. Cole
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays announced they did not tender contracts to infielder Travis Shaw and reliever A.J. Cole.
Raptors' Nurse not making excuses as team prepares for season in Tampa
Michael Grange
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NHL, NHLPA collaboration remains clouded with Jan. 1 start in question
Chris Johnston
According to Gary Bettman, there’s been no ultimatum. But there are financial considerations to discuss if the NHL and its players go ahead with a season that might not even see a ticket sold.