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In era of shared decisions, ways of evaluating managers must also evolve
Jeff Blair
It is Montoyo's comfort level with the idea of "collaboration" that landed him with the Blue Jays in the first place. And with a high level of collaboration should come a new concept of managerial culpability.
NBA Draft Lottery offers Raptors many opportunities on and off court
Michael Grange
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Stamkos puts to rest questions about his play as Lightning seize series lead
Chris Johnston
Steven Stamkos put to rest any questions about his production with a three-point night during the Lightning's unexpected 8-0 win Monday over the Islanders in Game 5 of their Stanley Cup semifinal series.
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Islanders unrecognizable as they beat themselves in biggest game of season
Iain MacIntyre
The Islanders were utterly and fully putrid in the biggest game of their season, losing by eight goals Monday to the Lightning, providing about as much resistance as the humidity in Florida.
NHL officials losing the plot as missed penalties pile up
Mark Spector
Margins between Lightning, Islanders couldn't be slimmer entering Game 5
Chris Johnston
With a best-of-three remaining and not much to choose between, the challenge facing the Lightning and Islanders boils down to who can tilt the edge enough in their favour to survive a white-knuckle few days here. You can watch Game 5 of this semifinal series Monday night on Sportsnet and SN Now. Coverage begins at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT.
Josh-Anderson
Canadiens' Game 4 loss provides template to take series vs. Golden Knights
Eric Engels
They played masterfully, but just ended up on the wrong side of the scoreboard. That’s what the Canadiens have to keep in perspective as they head back to Vegas tied 2-2 with the Golden Knights in this Stanley Cup semifinal.
DeBoer's gamble to start Lehner pays off with critical Game 4 win
Mark Spector
Blue Jays beat Orioles to win series as GM Atkins looks to add help
Shi Davidi
As Ross Atkins preaches patience, it will come with more anxious moments -- even on days like Sunday, when the Blue Jays led 6-1 with six outs to go before the Blue Jays bullpen nearly allowed an Orioles comeback in late innings.