Powell proving yet again he can be spark for Raptors come playoff time
Arden Zwelling
Norman Powell’s late-game surge is only a marginally important thing in a marginally important loss. But it does give Nurse something to ponder over the coming weeks, as he shrinks his rotations and figures out who he’ll be leaning on come the playoffs.
Triano stepping away from Canadian men's national team coaching role
Michael Grange
Raptors' dramatic loss can't obscure continued ascent of Pascal Siakam
Michael Grange
There's no way Toronto would have even had a chance in this one without Pascal Siakam, who was flawless even as Jeremy Lamb’s fading heave from beyond half court at the buzzer snatched the win for the visitors.
Blue Jays leave Florida with roster decisions still looming
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays finished off their spring training schedule in Florida but injuries to the starting rotation and bullpen now have the team looking at both internal and external candidates ahead of opening day.
Beyond Headlines: Is 'load management' feasible in NHL?
Chris Johnston
Blue Jays to sign pitcher Daniel Hudson to one-year contract
Shi Davidi
The Toronto Blue Jays added another proven reliever to their wide-open bullpen race Sunday by reaching agreement with right-hander Daniel Hudson on a one-year, major-league deal, according to an industry source.
Canucks taken to school by Flames as playoff hopes keep slipping
Iain MacIntyre
Still learning how to win, the Vancouver Canucks got a lesson in Hockey 101 on Saturday night.
Canadiens' Domi shows another sign of growth in performance vs. Sabres
Eric Engels
Slow-footed, slow-starting Oilers continue to disappoint at home
Mark Spector
Foot speed is the Oilers' problem, according to the coach. Or perhaps it's being ready to play opponents who are down the standings. Or maybe it's playing at home. Unfortunately, they're all correct.