Flames Notebook: Teammates thinking of Kylington; New top line hits ice
Oliver Kylington was not with the Calgary Flames for the first on-ice session at camp, a sad development for the defenceman and his teammates. Eric Francis has more in his Flames notebook.
Can this Sutter finally do what no other family member has done: Play for Oilers?
Blue Jays' Alek Manoah receives right-arm injections, season officially ends
Toronto Blue Jays opening day starter Alek Manoah has received multiple injections to his right pitching arm in recent weeks following extensive visits with medical professionals, industry sources told Sportsnet.
Blue Jays win fifth in a row after concerning late scratch of Guerrero Jr.
With Vladimir Guerrero Jr. a late scratch because of a knee injury, the Blue Jays had some pre-game worries. They took care of business on the field, though, beating the New York Yankees 6-1 to maintain second place in the wild-card race.
'Do or die': Demko ready to lead Canucks to success from between the pipes
St. Louis must ensure Canadiens' youth continues to develop
With recent additions and a healthy team, Martin St. Louis might have a harder time than he did a year ago ensuring young and emerging players get opportunities. But as Eric Engels writes, it's imperative that he does.
Oilers' Campbell has to stop beating himself up after every goal
The element of Jack Campbell’s game that needs improvement isn’t his glove hand, his quickness down low or his rebound control. Campbell’s mental approach is what he had to address, the part of his game that relegated the $5-million starter to the backup role last season. 
Flames’ Lindholm ready to put family scare, hockey drama behind him
Blue Jays show they can be Bronx Bombers, slugging three homers in win
Homers from George Springer, Bo Bichette and Alejandro Kirk propelled the Blue Jays to a 7-1 win over the New York Yankees on Tuesday. The power surge comes at a wonderful time for a Blue Jays team chasing a playoff berth.