Canadiens leave Carey Price out to dry in Game 2 loss to Penguins
Eric Engels
It was Carey Price versus the Pittsburgh Penguins, and the Penguins won. Tie series. Just like that.
Undisciplined Flames follow familiar script in Game 2 loss
Eric Francis
On career-high day, VanVleet's biggest play for Raptors was on defence
Michael Grange
The biggest play Fred VanVleet made on the night he set a career mark for scoring came on defence and with the game in the balance. It's just the latest highlight in a young career full of them.
Blue Jays adding Bass reflects team's approach to building bullpens
Shi Davidi
On Oct. 29, in the hours before Game 6 of the 2019 World Series, the Toronto Blue Jays claimed Anthony Bass on waivers, the type of move that occurs routinely every off-season, and gains little notice beyond a transaction-line mention.
Canucks need to re-establish offensive identity going into Game 2 vs. Wild
Iain MacIntyre
Oilers need more from McDavid, blue-line leaders to survive series
Mark Spector
After debuting in the 2020 post-season with a shellacking at the hands of Jonathan Toews and Co., the Oilers know they need to be better. And that needed improvement starts with their captain and their blue-line leaders.
Five adjustments Canadiens must make in Game 2 vs. Penguins
Eric Engels
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are all about adjustments and with that being said, here are five things the Canadiens are going to have to do in order to prevail in Game 2 against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Worry over Blue Jays' Guerrero Jr. understandable but sample size too short
Jeff Blair
Veterans must step up after Canucks struggle to find offence vs. Wild
Iain MacIntyre
The Vancouver Canucks waited 1,926 days to play a National Hockey League playoff game and now have to wait at least another two to score a playoff goal.