Aaron Loup's longevity allows him to become longest-tenured Blue Jay
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Aaron Loup is now the longest-tenured member of the Toronto Blue Jays, and the reliever's longevity has caught the attention of his teammates this spring.
Celebration of Canada's best overshadowed by Olympic controversy
Shi Davidi
Canada sets aside disappointment to prevail in bronze-medal game
Shi Davidi
To their credit, the men’s Olympic team brought it in their final outing of the Pyeongchang Games, avoiding the Canadian hockey hubris that sees anything other than gold as a worthless consolation prize.
Canucks' inconsistency the perfect tonic for Golden Knights
Iain MacIntyre
The Vancouver Canucks were good enough in the first period to beat the miraculous Vegas Golden Knights, but didn’t look good enough in the second to beat anybody and lost 6-3 to the record-setting expansion team.
Complex Brassard trade shows Senators are a motivated seller
Chris Johnston
Loss to Bucks proves Raptors have issues in the clutch
Michael Grange
There are several lessons that can be gleaned from the Toronto Raptors' 122-119 overtime loss to the visiting Milwaukee Bucks. Their need to work on closing out games is a main one.
Bench Mob's 3-point woes still problematic for Raptors
Jeff Blair
The aspect of the Raptors 122-119 overtime loss to the Milwaukee Bucks that ought to be most disconcerting was the three-point shooting by the Raptors bench.
Blue Jays Takeaways: Off-season additions shine in spring debuts
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Matthews' absence won't change Maple Leafs' trade deadline approach
Chris Johnston
An MRI on Friday revealed damage to Auston Matthews’ shoulder that will require him to miss games for the third time this season, but that won't change the Toronto Maple Leafs' efforts to bolster their centre depth at the deadline.