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Former Stars coach Montgomery working on recovery, thankful for 'deserved' firing

Former Stars coach Montgomery working on recovery, thankful for 'deserved' firing

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In Depth: Evander Kane, Myles Douglas discuss how racism affects hockey culture - TSN.ca

In Depth: Evander Kane, Myles Douglas discuss how racism affects hockey culture - TSN.ca

Even in 2020, racism persists in hockey. This week on TSN In Depth, San Jose Sharks forward and North York Rangers AAA U18 forward Myles Douglas joined Rick Westhead and Mark Masters to discuss.Here is an excerpt from their discussion:Rick Westhead: Through the course of your season (Myles Douglas), how often were you the target of racist abuse?Myles Douglas: I’d probably say half of the games someone said something. More happened when I was in corners, maybe I rubbed someone away and they didn’t like it or I hit someone and they get angry and they call me names. I couldn’t really do...

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Ottawa's only rink with ice closes due to health regulations - TSN.ca

Ottawa's only rink with ice closes due to health regulations - TSN.ca

After being opened for one day, the Minto Skating Centre, the only arena in Ottawa with ice, has had to close until further notice at the request of authorities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.The private arena, which had opened for skating sessions on Thursday, was attended by pro players including Philadelphia Flyers captain .Rules at the rink to maintain social and physical distancing included coming to the rink already dressed, signing in at the front door and a maximum of four skaters and one instructor on the ice at once.According to TSN's Brent Wallace, the Minto Skating Centre...

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Ian Cole: Colorado Avalanche can beat any team in a best-of-seven series - TSN.ca

Ian Cole: Colorado Avalanche can beat any team in a best-of-seven series - TSN.ca

With the NHL potentially closing on a 24-team Return to Play format, two-time Stanley Cup champion  expressed his confidence in the Colorado Avalanche's chances.Cole told the Denver Post that he believes the Avalanche can beat any team in the NHL in a best-of-seven series, should the NHL keep the traditional path to the Stanley Cup."You only have so many opportunities to be on a really great team that has a very legitimate chance, and I view us as a team that has a very legitimate chance to win a Stanley Cup," Cole . "I look around at all the teams in the league, and obviously I'm quite a...

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Insider Trading: Examining the NHL's 24-team Return to Play proposal

Insider Trading: Examining the NHL's 24-team Return to Play proposal

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Athletes speak on the risks of returning to play - TSN.ca

Athletes speak on the risks of returning to play - TSN.ca

Sports leagues and associations around the world are continuing to grapple with the best way to move forward amid the coronavirus pandemic.While some have returned to action in empty stadiums and under strict health protocols, others are still determining how to move forward.Amid the uncertainty, TSN has been asking athletes for their thoughts on the many issues they face surrounding a potential return to play.The following are edited and condensed transcripts of those interviews.  It sounds like the NBA has made some progress towards a return to play and maybe salvaging the season. What...

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Giroux among select few to skate in Ottawa's only open rink

Giroux among select few to skate in Ottawa's only open rink

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NHL discussing restart with 24 teams in two hub cities - TSN.ca

NHL discussing restart with 24 teams in two hub cities - TSN.ca

After talks over the weekend, a two hub city concept featuring 12 teams in each city has been discussed and remains one of the possibilities if the NHL is able to resume its 2019-20 season according to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger. Every option, including the location of play, how many teams return to play or whether or not play returns at all is still to be determined.NHL Board conference call today. The NHLPA was also busy this weekend working on return to play scenarios. Two Hub Cities with 12 teams in each has been discussed and remains one of the possibilities. TBD.— Darren Dreger...

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Insider Trading: Play-in format and its fairness remains a hot topic

Insider Trading: Play-in format and its fairness remains a hot topic

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Insider Trading: NHL/NHLPA working to finalize Phase 2 protocol

Insider Trading: NHL/NHLPA working to finalize Phase 2 protocol

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The Day The Music Played - TSN.ca

The Day The Music Played - TSN.ca

Hungary fansThey’ve come a long way to be here.They’ve flown in from Budapest - most connecting through Prague or Warsaw - flights that cost many hundreds of dollars in both directions. They hail from places like Debrecen, Szekesfehervar and other places you’ve never heard of, and likely can’t pronounce.  One particularly hearty trio decided to travel by train and bus, a journey that lead them through Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia – before finally crossing the Russian border and into St. Petersburg some 39 hours after they left.  When asked why one would choose such an arduous...

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NHL still not at ‘acceptable mass’ to open team facilities - TSN.ca

NHL still not at ‘acceptable mass’ to open team facilities - TSN.ca

TSN Senior Hockey ReporterThe National Hockey League is keeping track of the local government restrictions impacting each of its 31 clubs by way of a master chart.It’s one that deputy commissioner Bill Daly says is “dynamic and changes virtually every day.”The NHL’s two Ontario-based teams – the Toronto Maple Leafs and Ottawa Senators – moved into the clear on the league’s chart on Friday, when Minister of Heritage, Sport, Tourism and Culture Industries Lisa MacLeod announced that all professional teams in the province are permitted to reopen their respective practice facilities.But that...

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Ontario says pro teams can open training facilities - TSN.ca

Ontario says pro teams can open training facilities - TSN.ca

Professional sports teams in Ontario are one step closer to returning to action.The Ontario provincial government announced Friday it is enacting an emergency order that will allow athletes from professional sports teams in the province to start training at their club facilities, effective immediately. The order covers NHL, NBA, MLB, MLS and CFL clubs that play in the province, but it is up to each league to decide how to proceed. Amateur athletes and those who play in lower-tiered professional leagues in Ontario have not received the same level of clearance. The has lead the way in strict...

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Report: NBA says practice facilities can open Friday where permitted - TSN.ca

Report: NBA says practice facilities can open Friday where permitted - TSN.ca

 The NBA notified teams on Tuesday that it plans to allow practice facilities in states where shelter regulations have been eased to re-open on Friday as planned, according to a report by Marc Stein of the New York Times.The re-opening is “pending new developments” according to the report.The NBA, I'm told, just notified its teams that it intends to allow practice facilities in states where shelter-in-place regulations have been eased to re-open Friday as planned ... "pending new developments"— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine)The NBA plans to give teams more information on Wednesday but,...

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Craig, Nicholle Anderson reflect on most emotional game the Sens goalie has ever played

Craig, Nicholle Anderson reflect on most emotional game the Sens goalie has ever played

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University of Lethbridge axes men's and women's hockey teams, citing budget cuts - TSN.ca

University of Lethbridge axes men's and women's hockey teams, citing budget cuts - TSN.ca

University of Lethbridge axes men's and women's hockey teams, citing budget cuts, The Canadian PressLETHBRIDGE, Alta. — The University of Lethbridge has shut down its men's and women's hockey teams citing three straight years of cuts to its operating grant.Scuttling the hockey teams was one of several budget reductions in response to Alberta government cuts, the university said Monday in a statement on its website.A total of 52 student-athletes were affected by the decision, as well as coaches and recruits."We have had to make several difficult decisions in the past few months and this one...

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Insider Trading: Players take to ice in Sweden

Insider Trading: Players take to ice in Sweden

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Canada has yet to produce its first impact NFL star - TSN.ca

Canada has yet to produce its first impact NFL star - TSN.ca

Tyrone Crawford, Getty ImagesTSN Football InsiderLater this week, Oklahoma defensive tackle Neville Gallimore and Notre Dame receiver Chase Claypool are expected to be among the highest-selected Canadians ever at the National Football League Draft, projected as players with a chance to crack the late selections of the first round.There has never been an NFL Draft with two Canadians selected in the first round. Having two Canadians selected in the first two rounds has occurred only twice – in 2011, when Baylor offensive lineman and Miami offensive lineman went 23rd and 46th, respectively,...

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Calgary Flames executive Ken King dead at 68 - TSN.ca

Calgary Flames executive Ken King dead at 68 - TSN.ca

Ken King, Getty ImagesCalgary Flames executive Ken King has died at 68 after guiding the organization through several defining moments.King, from Hanley, Sask., was vice-chair of Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation, which owns the Flames.King became president and CEO of the NHL team in 2001 after three decades as a newspaper executive.He held those roles until recently and continued with the organization as vice-chair.He was the public voice of the Flames' ownership group comprised of Murray Edwards, Alvin Libin, Allan Markin, Jeff McCaig and the late Clayton Riddell."Ken was the...

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