Calgary's top line struggles, Seguin shines as Stars extinguish Flames. CraigJButton has more:
The Flames' top line of Sean Monahan, Johnny Gaudreau and Elias Lindholm has struggled to produce in two games against the Stars. TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button joins SportsCentre to explain what's going wrong for Calgary's top forwards and examine Tyler Seguin's bounce back performance in Game 2.
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Flames' Lucic rediscovers passion for game with dramatic resurrection - Sportsnet.caIt wasn’t all that long ago Milan Lucic contemplated retirement. The game wasn't fun for him anymore. Now a team leader on a NHLFlames squad riding three straight wins, no one is having more fun these days. (via EricFrancis) NHLFlames EricFrancis Neal scored 4 goals in a game EricFrancis NHLFlames EricFrancis NHLFlames And the Oilers are contributing $750k of his salary.
GOTTA SEE IT: Oleksiak scores with 40 second left to stun Flames - Sportsnet.caWatch as Jamie Oleksiak scores with just 40 seconds remaining in regulation to get the Stars a Game 2 win over the Flames. You just hate to see it... except not really
Jamie Oleksiak's late goal leads Dallas Stars past Calgary Flames; first round series tied 1-1 - TSN.caMiro Heiskanen scored twice and Jamie Oleksiak had the late winner with 40 seconds left in the third period as the Dallas Stars beat the Calgary Flames 5-4 to tie their Stanley Cup Playoffs series 1-1. Flames forward Matthew Tkachuk left the game in the third period after getting sandwiched on a hit between Oleksiak and Jamie Benn.
Button: O'Reilly is going to have his hands full with Pettersson, Canucks' top lineCraig Button explains why Ryan O'Reilly's line is going to have his hands full with Elias Pettersson and the Canucks' top line, while Pierre LeBrun discusses why this series could have contract implications for Jacob Markstrom. CraigJButton 200lbs factor will have a problem with 100lbs EP
Coronavirus: Quebec farms facing lost profits and rotting harvests due to migrant worker shortageDespite a recruiting drive by Quebec in April to help the struggling agriculture industry, the lack of labour this season has forced farmers to cut production or leave food rotting in the fields. There are good jobs available, but when the Canadian Governemnt pays people not to work, nobody will take them. In the long run, our (over)reaction to Covid-19 will prove to be far more damaging to Canadian society than the ailment itself. And there are lazy Liberals calling for a basic income. This is exactly what basic income would do, create an even greater labour shortage and federal debt than we already have.
Call of the Wilde: Philadelphia Flyers win tight Game 1 over the Montreal CanadiensTight though the Flyers' win was, the first game of this round shone a spotlight on Canadiens talent, Brian Wilde writes.