Byron has worked whole career for security he's earned with Canadiens
Eric Engels
A former sixth-round draft choice of the Sabres who was waived by the Flames and has since become a consistent 20-goal scorer, Paul Byron has earned every penny of his new contract.
Nick Nurse unafraid, ready to get to work ushering in Raptors' new era
Michael Grange
Flames at forefront of NHL's downsizing movement
Eric Francis
While Austin Czarnik’s two-year deal attracted little attention in Calgary this summer, it was part of a much larger investment the Flames have been making in smaller players.
Kotkaniemi's emergence could change how Canadiens are assembled
Eric Engels
With each passing day, Jesperi Kotkaniemi is looking more and more like a player who could upset the apple cart in the best possible way for the Montreal Canadiens.
Pre-season assignment a sign of the load Auston Matthews can carry
Chris Johnston
What Blue Jays can expect of Russell Martin's final year
Jeff Blair
For the first time since breaking into the Major Leagues in 2006, Martin won’t be competing in the post-season two years in a row. In fact, Martin has missed the playoffs on just four occasions. But this has been different.
TFC 's playoff hopes all but gone in latest loss to Red Bulls
John Molinaro
Toronto FC’s slow march towards missing the playoffs continues unabated following a 2-0 loss to the New York Red Bulls on Saturday.
Pannone excels, but Blue Jays' pitching staff will still need work
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Jays' Gurriel Jr. getting his groove back, Reid-Foley a work in progress
Arden Zwelling
Good things are happening practically every time Lourdes Gurriel Jr. puts the ball in play these days, and he added another impressive performance to his body of work on Friday.