How unlikely series of events led Stars' Kiviranta from obscurity to history
Somewhere along the way, Joel Kiviranta made peace with the possibility his NHL dream was out of reach, that he should simply be realistic. Today, he woke up inside the NHL bubble, having scored what could be some of the biggest goals in Stars history.
Slumping Vladimir Guerrero Jr. trying to finish Blue Jays season on high note
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. went 3-for-3 with a walk Monday, but nights like that have been few and far between. Arden Zwelling explores what's causing Guerrero's struggles and how he can improve as his second MLB season comes to a close.
How Giles and Blue Jays can use Phelps' contract as framework to stay together
As Ken Giles now thinks about his future after making the decision to have Tommy John surgery, the Toronto Blue Jays’ deal with David Phelps last year presents the type of framework that could benefit both player and club.
Amid night of prestigious honours, Draisaitl's gaze stays fixed on the Cup
McDavid casts a large shadow in Edmonton, one from which Draisaitl permanently emerged as hockey’s newest best player, claiming both the Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award — and if he has anything to say about it, he's just getting started.