TSN.ca's NHL Play of the Year showdown continues today with a battle between two goaltenders making the highlight reel in completely opposite ways. The second match-up of the Round of 32 is a battle between two of the top Canadian netminders in the NHL: Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins and The Phoenix Coyotes' Mike Smith. Full Story.(Photo: G Fiume/Getty Images)
Time to Vote
While the NHL regular season has come to an end an annual tradition is ready to get underway at TSN.ca. The NHL Play of the Year showdown kicks off with a first match-up pitting two stars from Canadian clubs against one another: The Ottawa Senators' Ales Hemsky against Blake Wheeler of the Winnipeg Jets. Watch the highlights and cast your vote! Full Story.
Speed it Up?
For a sport which can cite the speed of the game as one of its major detractors, the 2014 baseball season has already seen developments come to light to call into question whether the game needs to be sped up. One MLB executive has suggested cutting games to seven innings. Would you be in favour of cutting games short? As always, it's Your! Call. Full Story.
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Should be 7 seasons.415 comments : top comment by cant.stop.getzlaf
What McLean was saying was that the NHL needs to take away any and all possibilities that there would be any discussion of...413 comments : top comment by johny canuck
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why Fleury was not even considered for Team Canada.203 comments : top comment by theking99
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Should be 7 seasons.comment by cant.stop.getzlaf : +98 rating
7 games. What a joke. Look at the history, plus nothing for Marc Savard or Eric Karlson either. The NHL is the laughing stock of...comment by garpel : +82 rating
And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why Fleury was not even considered for Team Canada.comment by theking99 : +81 rating
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