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John Tortorella on Pierre-Luc Dubois: 'He wants out' - TSN.ca

John Tortorella on Pierre-Luc Dubois: 'He wants out' - TSN.ca

According to Columbus Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella, forward wants out."Yeah, he wants out," "He spoke to the team, as we do here. It's a little bit different than [forward ] and [goalie ] were. This is a 22-year-old kid. It doesn't happen that often, so he has been honest with the group. I wish he was a little bit more honest as far as reasons why. I still haven't really gotten to that, but I think he needs to speak on that. I won't."Dubois, 22, led the Blue Jackets with 49 points in 70 games last season and had 10 points in 10 playoff games. He recently signed a two-year, $10...

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Frank Seravalli's 31 bold predictions for the 2020-21 NHL season - TSN.ca

Frank Seravalli's 31 bold predictions for the 2020-21 NHL season - TSN.ca

TSN Senior Hockey ReporterHappy Hockey New Year. After 309 days, NHL regular-season hockey is back.It’s that time again, just a little later than usual, for my annual opportunity to look like a moron. There were hits, but plenty of misses, . (Definitely didn’t see that pandemic coming, either.)In hindsight, we were probably a year early in selecting the Colorado Avalanche to win the Stanley Cup. They might have if not for losing both goaltenders in the playoffs last August.The key is to go bold or go home. We’re not going to waste your time with the obvious.We’re doing it a little...

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Jan 13
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NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says he recovered last month from COVID-19 - TSN.ca

NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly says he recovered last month from COVID-19 - TSN.ca

Bill Daly says he feels fine and has fully recovered after getting COVID-19 last month.The NHL’s deputy commissioner made the revelation Wednesday during a taping of The Athletic’s Hockey Show podcast with Scott Burnside and TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun.Daly, 56, was asked about the long hours he put in to help negotiate the Return to Play protocols package for the 2020-21 season, a deal that was finally announced just before the holidays after non-stop days of talks between the NHL and NHL Players’ Association to put it together.Then, on Dec. 24, he got the news.“On Christmas Eve...

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Jan 13
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Wallace: Tim Stuetzle makes long-awaited debut at Ottawa Senators camp - TSN.ca

Wallace: Tim Stuetzle makes long-awaited debut at Ottawa Senators camp - TSN.ca

“An unbelievable day,” was how Tim Stuetzle described his first day as a National Hockey League player. The third-overall selection in last October’s NHL Entry Draft admitted to being nervous as he took to the ice with his Senators’ teammates for the first time on Sunday.“To be on the ice with NHL guys…for me it's just very excited for sure,” he said with a smile. “I was nervous at the beginning, but like I said before, the boys did all the best to get the nerves away from me, so I felt good and I felt very comfortable on the ice with them.”There was the obligatory chirping of the...

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Mann: Stuetzle's leadership is what stood out to me at the WJHC

Mann: Stuetzle's leadership is what stood out to me at the WJHC

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Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews out indefinitely with medical issue - TSN.ca

Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews out indefinitely with medical issue - TSN.ca

The Chicago Blackhawks announced Tuesday that team captain  will not report to training camp and is out indefinitely due to a medical issue."This offseason, I've been experiencing symptoms that have left me feeling drained and lethargic," Toews said in a statement. "I am working with doctors so I can better understand my condition."Until I can get my health back to a place where I feel I can perform at an elite level and help my team, I will not be joining the Blackhawks for training camp. I do not have a timetable for when I will rejoin the team. I am extremely disappointed, but it...

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Insider Trading: Jackets weighing options on coveted centre Dubois

Insider Trading: Jackets weighing options on coveted centre Dubois

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Insider Trading: Is Vegas looking to move Pacioretty?

Insider Trading: Is Vegas looking to move Pacioretty?

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Pittsburgh Penguins told AHL coach to ‘stay quiet’ about wife's sexual assault, lawsuit says - TSN.ca

Pittsburgh Penguins told AHL coach to ‘stay quiet’ about wife's sexual assault, lawsuit says - TSN.ca

Clark Donatelli, Getty ImagesTSN Senior CorrespondentContent Warning: The following article contains references to sexual assault.The Pittsburgh Penguins are accused in a lawsuit of hiring and retaining a coach they knew to be a serial sexual harasser who is alleged to have assaulted another coach’s wife during a team road trip.Jarrod Skalde, a former assistant coach with the Penguins’ American Hockey League affiliate the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, alleges in a lawsuit filed Nov. 3 in U.S. District Court in Pennsylvania that then Wilkes-Barre/Scranton head coach Clark Donatelli...

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Top 5 defencemen in the NHL's proposed all-Canadian division

Top 5 defencemen in the NHL's proposed all-Canadian division

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Dec 8
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Affidavits outline alleged abuse, harassment and hazing in junior hockey - TSN.ca

Affidavits outline alleged abuse, harassment and hazing in junior hockey - TSN.ca

TSN Senior CorrespondentWarning: This story contains extremely graphic content and language that may be upsetting to some readers.The allegations read like an encyclopedia of depravity.Major-junior hockey players sodomized with hockey sticks covered in “liquid heat.” A group of teenaged rookies forced to masturbate and ejaculate on the same slice of bread, the last to do so forced to eat the bread. One player watched as rookies on his team were forced to have sex with prostitutes.Players encouraged to fight teammates in practice. Players spat on, urinated on, defecated on. Rookie players...

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Dec 8
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Alphonso Davies, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif named co-winners of 2020 Lou Marsh Trophy - TSN.ca

Alphonso Davies, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif named co-winners of 2020 Lou Marsh Trophy - TSN.ca

TORONTO — Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman and Bayern Munich left back Alphonso Davies are co-winners of the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's athlete of the year.It is the third tie in the 82-year history of the award, presented annually by the Toronto Star.Media members across the country voted on the award Tuesday. Duvernay-Tardif and Davies each received 18 votes with one vote going to one of the other finalists — soccer players Christine Sinclair and Kadeisha Buchanan and Denver Nuggets basketball star Jamal Murray.This year has been a rollercoaster and I’m very happy to be able to...

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Dec 8
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NHL, NHLPA no longer negotiating CBA financials, targeting Jan. 13 start with 56-game schedule - TSN.ca

NHL, NHLPA no longer negotiating CBA financials, targeting Jan. 13 start with 56-game schedule - TSN.ca

The NHL and NHLPA are moving forward with their working agreement from July as they work towards a mid-January start for the 2020-21 season, according to TSN Hockey Insider Darren Dreger.The focus in discussions related to NHL training camps has been on 10 day camps with no exhibition games, Dreger reports. Nothing finalized, however, focus in discussions related to NHL training camps has been on 10 day camps with no exhibition games. In the summer, RTP non playoff teams were hoping for a 7 day head-start to 20-21 training camps. 7 days is unlikely at this point.— Darren Dreger...

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Dec 8
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Insurance experts: NHL has idea how many players will develop dementia, Alzheimer's - TSN.ca

Insurance experts: NHL has idea how many players will develop dementia, Alzheimer's - TSN.ca

NHL bench, Getty ImagesTSN Senior CorrespondentThe NHL has a good idea how many of its former players are likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other brain-crippling disorders, say insurance experts who specialize in the professional sports industry.And lawyers for the 105 former players who are suing the NHL want access to the league's insurance policies and related medical documents to see those projections for themselves.Late Friday, a lawyer representing the former NHL players named Brian Penny filed with the court a motion requesting an order directing the NHL’s...

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NHL Alumni Association strikes deal with cannabis company for medical exams, brain scans - TSN.ca

NHL Alumni Association strikes deal with cannabis company for medical exams, brain scans - TSN.ca

Canopy Growth Tweed, CP ImagesTSN Senior CorrespondentThe NHL Alumni Association has signed a landmark agreement with Canopy Growth Corp., that will see the Canadian cannabis company finance one or more studies that could be an important step towards establishing the first comprehensive snapshot of the health of retired hockey players.Canopy Growth has agreed to cover the costs of a double blind randomized study, which will involve about 100 former players in the Toronto area and take about a year to produce results, according to a person familiar with the matter.The study will explore...

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Mar 1
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Former NHL official alleges league fired him for being whistle-blower on racism - TSN.ca

Former NHL official alleges league fired him for being whistle-blower on racism - TSN.ca

TSN Senior CorrespondentA former National Hockey League off-ice official alleges in a newly filed lawsuit that he was fired for reporting a colleague who for years used racist and sexually charged language while working for the league.In a lawsuit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, lawyers for Laurence Sullivan, a former crew official who recorded in-game statistics during Lightning games in Tampa Bay, wrote that Sullivan should be rehired by the NHL and that he should receive punitive damages for his treatment.The amount Sullivan is suing for was not...

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Nov 19
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South Carolina fires football coach Will Muschamp - TSN.ca

South Carolina fires football coach Will Muschamp - TSN.ca

Will Muschamp, The Canadian PressCOLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina fired football coach Will Muschamp on Sunday, the second time he's been let go from a Southeastern Conference program in midseason.The school said in a release that Muschamp has been “relieved” of his duties with the football program. Athletic director Ray Tanner said first-year offensive co-ordinator Mike Bobo, a former head coach at Colorado State, will take over as interim coach.The 49-year-old Muschamp had four years remaining on his contract. His buyout from the school is $13.2 million.The Gamecocks are 2-5 and lost their...

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Nov 16
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Four junior hockey players diagnosed with CTE, researcher says - TSN.ca

Four junior hockey players diagnosed with CTE, researcher says - TSN.ca

Dr. Ann McKee, Boston Globe/Boston Globe/Getty ImagesTSN Senior CorrespondentA researcher at Boston University says she has diagnosed chronic traumatic encephalopathy, or CTE, in the brains of four former junior hockey players.Neuropathologist Dr. Ann McKee made the diagnoses over the past two years. Each of the four former junior players – none of whom advanced to the National Hockey League – committed suicide before the age of 30, she said.Dr. McKee said she couldn’t disclose the identities of the players with CTE without the permission of their families, so it’s not known who three of...

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Apr 21
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Players from NHL, junior leagues seeking brain scans without team involvement - TSN.ca

Players from NHL, junior leagues seeking brain scans without team involvement - TSN.ca

Dr. Douglas James Cook, Matthew Manor/Kingston Health Sciences CentreTSN Senior CorrespondentMore than 200 current and retired National Hockey League players have taken concerns about existing or potential brain injuries into their own hands by visiting a neurosurgeon in Kingston, Ont., for MRI brain scan procedures.Dr. Douglas James Cook says at least 120 former and some 80 active NHL players have undergone the scans over the past two years. He said that about 50 active players combined from the Ontario Hockey League and Western Hockey League have also been tested at Queen’s University...

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Mar 1
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NHL teams playing in home cities gaining steam to start 2021 season - TSN.ca

NHL teams playing in home cities gaining steam to start 2021 season - TSN.ca

Fehr BettmanTSN Senior Hockey ReporterAs COVID-19 cases skyrocket across Canada and the United States, the NHL reiterated in a Board of Governors teleconference update on Thursday that the target date to start the 2021 season remains Jan. 1.Nothing has been written in stone - on either a format or start date - and the clock is ticking with training camps tentatively scheduled to begin in one month’s time for a New Year’s Day start.Players, who also conducted their own NHL Players’ Association executive board teleconference update on Thursday, have not been provided a date to report to their...

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Martin Hanzal retires from NHL after 12 seasons - TSN.ca

Martin Hanzal retires from NHL after 12 seasons - TSN.ca

Martin Hanzal, Christian Petersen/Getty Imageshas deceided to hang up his skates.The NHLPA announced on Monday night that Hanzal, who played 12 seasons in the NHL has elected to retire.Congratulations to , who has closed the chapter on his NHL career following 127 goals and 338 points over 673 NHL games!— NHLPA (@NHLPA)Hanzal, a native of Czechoslovakia, was drafted in the first round (17th overall) by the then-Phoenix Coyotes. The forward went on to spend nine-plus seasons with the Coyotes before being dealt to the Minnesota Wild midway through the 2016-17 season. He spent the last two...

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Oct 26
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Yost: NHL players feeling financial pinch in free agency - TSN.ca

Yost: NHL players feeling financial pinch in free agency - TSN.ca

To say the 2020 version of free agency had little precedent is probably an understatement. The ongoing pandemic has really stung at the National Hockey League’s bottom line, and the business uncertainty facing teams around the league has had a substantial chilling effect on the market.That’s not to say that players and teams aren’t figuring out ways to get deals done – the opposite, in fact, appears to be true.The player’s perspective is particularly interesting because incentives have started to change. Some players have actively chased job security. Others, perhaps a group more optimistic...

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Oct 26
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Mike Hoffman leads top remaining UFAs as list dips below 35 - TSN.ca

Mike Hoffman leads top remaining UFAs as list dips below 35 - TSN.ca

continues to headline the top available unrestricted free agents more than two weeks after the market first opened. More than 65 names have come the Top 100 board compiled by TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli ahead of Oct. 9, including  who rose to No. 17 on the remaining free agents list before signing with the Calgary Flames last week. Also off the board are winger , who also joined the Flames and former Winnipeg Jets defenceman . who signed with the New Jersey Devils.Hoffman's agent, Robert Hooper, told The Athletic last week that 13 teams have expressed interest in the...

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Oct 26
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Mike Hoffman still No. 1 among TSN's top remaining free agents - TSN.ca

Mike Hoffman still No. 1 among TSN's top remaining free agents - TSN.ca

There are still some notable names on the board as the NHL's free agent signing period goes into its third week. With over 60 names taken off the Top 100 compiled by TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli, is still the top free agent available.Hoffman scored 29 goals and added 30 assists in 69 games last season. His cap hit for 2019-20 was $5,187,500., Hoffman's teammate from last season is ranked second on the list.Veteran forward comes in at third.  RKPlayerTeamPosAgeGPGPTS19-20 

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Oct 20
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Tampa Bay Rays hold off Houston Astros' comeback to advance to World Series - TSN.ca

Tampa Bay Rays hold off Houston Astros' comeback to advance to World Series - TSN.ca

Tampa Bay Rays celebrate, The Canadian PressSAN DIEGO — Remarkable rookie Randy Arozarena homered again, 36-year-old was brilliant against his former team and the Tampa Bay Rays reached the World Series for the second time, silencing the Houston Astros 4-2 Saturday night in Game 7 of the AL Championship Series.The Rays will face either the Los Angeles Dodgers or Atlanta Braves in the World Series in Arlington, Texas, starting Tuesday night. Game 7 of the NLCS is Sunday night.Tampa Bay’s only other World Series appearance was in 2008, when it lost to the Philadelphia Phillies.The innovative...

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Oct 18
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