Decades of Blues frustration coming to an end as Sharks' seem to deepen
Iain MacIntyre
By the end of Sunday’s game, which felt a lot like the end of their season, the San Jose Sharks’ bench was depleted. So were their spirits.
Little things matter even as Blue Jays face big-picture questions
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Raptors facing familiar outcome despite season spent investing in change
Michael Grange
Masai Ujiri invested in changing the available pieces, Nick Nurse will likely try to create more value by moving them around differently. But can you rearrange four quarters and come up with more than a dollar?
Weird baseball on display as Blue Jays lose rain-shortened game
Ben Nicholson-Smith
Left-handed knuckleballer Ryan Feierabend joined some exclusive company when he took the mound for the Blue Jays on Saturday, but his performance suggests Toronto's search for dependable starting pitching will continue a little longer.
Increased roles for Ibaka, Powell could aid Raptors in Game 3
Arden Zwelling
Sinclair one step closer to history as Canada cruises past Mexico
John Molinaro
Christine Sinclair’s date with destiny draws closer, as she looks poised to make history on the biggest stage in women’s sports.
Bouwmeester's role as shutdown veteran helping Blues in Cup quest
Iain MacIntyre
As the St. Louis Blues frantically defended their 2-1 lead Friday against the San Jose Sharks, Bouwmeester was on the ice at the end to help his team even the Western Conference Final after four games. That’s what shutdown guys do: defend.
What they're saying after Raptors' Game 2 blowout loss
Dave Zarum
Raptors have no answer for Bucks' depth in Game 2 loss
Arden Zwelling
It was the best bench performance the Toronto Raptors have gotten since the Orlando Magic series and the Bucks bench still outscored them by 20.