Canadiens' plan on consent, cybersexual violence a step in right direction
Eric Engels
Logan Mailloux was absent from the Canadiens' announcement Wednesday. But his selection in the 2021 NHL Draft was the impetus for their new plan to educate all employees on consent, respect and sexual cyberviolence. And that's a step in the right direction.
Oilers Rookie Notebook: Dylan Holloway's wrist injury a tough blow
Mark Spector
Blue Jays' loss to Rays an aberration, but Berrios' status a real concern
Shi Davidi
Lately an offensive onslaught from the Blue Jays has felt inevitable. That it didn't come in their 2-0 loss to the Rays on Tuesday was an aberration. But there are real concerns after Jose Berrios left his latest gem with abdominal tightness.
McDavid knows it's on Oilers players to find winning formula this season
Mark Spector
The Edmonton Oilers — as a whole — are better this season than last. As such, so are their chances of winning games without Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl leading the way are better.
Flames not making excuses for challenges in luring top players to Calgary
Eric Francis
Why Blue Jays now have a humidor and what it means for Rogers Centre
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Rogers Centre now has a humidor to regulate the moisture and temperature levels of game balls in an attempt to create more consistency and although it's far too early to draw reliable conclusions about its impact, some players have noticed a difference.
Holland believes 'time is now' for Oilers to evolve into contenders
Mark Spector
To Ken Holland, a man of process, “the time is now” means it is time for the Edmonton Oilers to move from being a good team to being an elite team.
Blue Jays' approach at plate, Manoah's slider overwhelm Rays in dominant win
Arden Zwelling
Canucks goalie Thatcher Demko eager to take next step this season
Iain MacIntyre
Thatcher Demko finished last season on an impressive streak and is so eager for this season that he has been in Vancouver for nearly a month to get some extra prep work in with Canucks goaltending coach Ian Clark.