With Trent Jr. ejected at crucial moment, DeRozan’s cool composure downs Raptors
Michael Grange
Just as Raptors fans have seen so many times before, DeMar DeRozan's ability to calm the game and squeeze out advantages down the stretch meant everything. Only this time, Toronto was on the receiving end.
Swedish stars wrote Canucks history. As GM, Allvin will pen the next chapter
Iain MacIntyre
After rare injury and surgery, Phelps eager to win job in Blue Jays bullpen
Arden Zwelling
After undergoing an uncommon procedure to reattach the lat muscle to his shoulder followed by substantial rehabilitation, David Phelps is feeling optimistic as he prepares for spring training looking to win himself a job with the Toronto Blue Jays' bullpen.
Better late than never: Oilers elevate game in third to beat Canucks
Mark Spector
The Edmonton Oilers finally had a bounce go their way on Tuesday night. A weak goal by Ryan McLeod gave the Oilers the boost they needed to rally for a 3-2 overtime win over the Vancouver Canucks, giving Edmonton two victories in a row.
Martin shines for Canucks again, even in defeat, as the Allvin era draws near
Iain MacIntyre
Divergent HOF fates for Ortiz, Bonds and Clemens show history is a moving target
Shi Davidi
If the election of David Ortiz to the Baseball Hall of Fame, coupled with the rejection for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens taught us anything, it's that history is a moving target.
In VanVleet and Barnes' absence, Raptors step up with collective effort
Michael Grange
Down their leading scorer, best shooter and playmaker in VanVleet, not to mention Barnes, the Raptors' offence somehow flowed like water. From Siakam and Trent Jr. to Flynn and Banton, everyone pitched in to beat the Hornets.
32 Thoughts: A lesson to learn
Elliotte Friedman
Canadiens mid-season review: Hideous first half worst in franchise history
Eric Engels
The Montreal Canadiens have gone from Stanley Cup finalists in July to bottom dwellers through half of the 2021-22 season. Here is a look at where they stand.