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Our stretched canvas is created with the highest standards. We use only the highest quality inks and canvas on our in house Mimaki printers, and then hand cut and stretch each piece over a 1.5 inch thick wooden frame for hanging.
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Proudly made in the USA, Our stretched canvas is created with the highest standards. We use only the highest quality inks and canvas on our in house Mimaki printers, and then hand cut and stretch each piece over a 1.5 inch thick wooden frame for hanging. The art comes ready to hang with no installation required. Not to mention, at this size, it is sure to be the focal point of any room!
Our stretched canvas is created with only the highest standards. We use only the highest quality inks and canvas on our in house Mimaki printers, and then hand cut and stretch each piece over a 1.5 inch thick wooden frame for hanging
All of our wall plaques start off as high quality lithograph prints that are then mounted on durable 0.5 inch thick MDF wood. Each piece is hand finished and comes with a fresh layer of foil on the sides to give it a crisp clean look.
At Stupell Industries we take pride in our American made wall decor. Every piece of wall art in our product line is proudly made in our facilities in Rhode Island. Whether it is a stretched canvas wall art, a wood plaque, or a framed giclee print, it is all made in USA!
Canada's Bianca Andreescu and Denis Shapovalov have both been eliminated at Indian Wells. Annet Kontaveit of Estonia won the last five games Monday to beat Andreescu, the tournament defending champion, 7-6, 6-3 to reach the round of 16. Shapovalov (No. 9) lost 7-5, 6-2 in the third round to Aslan Karatsev (19th) of Russia.
Toronto Maple Leafs star centre Auston Matthews, who didn't play in any preseason games as he was recovering from off-season wrist surgery, is not expected to be available for any games this week as the 2021-22 season opens up, according to head coach Sheldon Keefe.
Montreal Alouettes head coach Khari Jones told reporters that quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. left Monday's game against the Ottawa Redblacks with "discomfort" in his left shoulder and was sent to the hospital for precautionary reasons.
McLeod Bethel-Thompson says the Argonauts' defence won them this game for how they played in the opening half. That allowed their offence to figure things out in the second half and sneak out the win from Hamilton.
Matthew Shiltz came in for Vernon Adams Jr. late and led the game-winning drive for the Alouettes. After the game, he spoke with TSN's John Lu about having the mindset of helping the team win when he's called upon and shared his concern for his QB.
Cameron Artis-Payne came through with the game-winning touchdown for the Alouettes and after the game, he spoke to TSN's John Lu about the late drive, the confidence the team has in Matthew Shiltz and the confidence he is playing with right now.
Kiké Hernandez delivered Boston's second-straight walk-off win, scoring pinch-runner Danny Santana with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning to send the Red Sox to the AL Championship Series with a 6-5 win over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night.
Joc Pederson kept enhancing his “Joctober” nickname with a three-run, pinch-hit homer and the Atlanta Braves shut down Milwaukee once again, beating the Brewers 3-0 on Monday to take a 2-1 edge in the NL Division Series.
Ilya Mikheyev will need surgery after suffering a broken thumb on Saturday. The Leafs winger, who slotted in beside John Tavares and William Nylander in the final two pre-season games, will miss at least eight weeks.
Just 98 days after the Tampa Bay Lightning captured their second straight Stanley Cup, we’re on the eve of the 2021-22 National Hockey League season. Here is TSN Hockey's Fantasy Draft featuring Marty Biron, Carlo Colaiacovo, Jeff O’Neill and (three-time!) defending champion Dave Poulin.
Ahead of the start of the NHL season, TSN Hockey's Darren Dreger, Dave Poulin and James Duthie make their predictions on who will be the final four teams remaining in the playoffs, and who will ultimately come out hoisting the Stanley Cup.
The Avalanche are the odds on favourite to win the Stanley Cup at +550, while the Maple Leafs have the best odds of any Canadian team at +1100. 'Mystic' Mike Johnson joins James Duthie to share his thoughts on which team he'd bet on, and whether he'd take the over or under on Alex Ovechkin to score 38.5 goals.
The core remained intact for a Maple Leafs team that suffered another disappointing playoff exit, which means the pressure to produce is greater than ever. Kyle Dubas added some depth and Sheldon Keefe will finally get a full season to implement his strategies. Here is a preview of what to expect in Toronto this season.
With more depth up front for the Oilers, we could see head coach Dave Tippett play Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl together more than he ever has. The two were dynamite together 5-on-5 last year, and spent time together in the preseason. After three seasons of tinkering and fixing, Ken Holland has shaped this group in his vision, but that is fully expected to be turned into results. Here is more on what to expect in Edmonton.
The Canadiens have gone from being the second last team standing to limping into the new campaign. Adjusting to life without Shea Weber all season and Carey Price for at least until Remembrance Day will be a tall task, which means the early season will be an exercise in practicing next man up while simultaneously trying to rally around two iconic players whose values extend immeasurably beyond the scoresheet.
The Jets addressed their biggest off season need by improving their defence with the acquisitions of Nate Schmidt and Brenden Dillon. On paper, this is arguably the most balanced team Winnipeg has put together but, as Blake Wheeler pointed out on the first day of camp, paper doesn’t mean much. The window is back open for the Jets and expectations will be high for this team. Here is a preview of what to expect in Winnipeg this season.
Coming off a disappointing season that saw them miss the playoffs, the Flames have reshaped their identity. They will begin a full season under Darryl Sutter but looming in the background will be the pending free agency of Johnny Gaudreau. Here's more of what to expect in Calgary this season.
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The trio of Drake Batherson, Tim Stützle and Josh Norris combined for almost 100 points in their first full NHL season, and they'll be starting the year together on the first line. Sens fans can expect a young and hungry team to surprise some contenders and continue to improve, but restricted free agent Brady Tkachuk is still unsigned. Here's a preview of what to expect in Ottawa this season.
TSN Director of Scouting Craig Button and BarDown's Julia Tocheri join Raegan Subban to discuss whether the Canadiens' roster is better or worse than last year, what to expect from Christian Dvorak, how many goals Cole Caufield will score in his rookie season and more.
The Maple Leafs’ star let it be known on Monday that despite his best efforts to recover from off-season wrist surgery in time for Toronto’s regular season opener on Wednesday, he’s just not quite there. Kristen Shilton has more.
Vancouver Canucks winger Brock Boeser, who has been dealing with an undisclosed injury since late September, is listed as day-to-day and the team will know in a few days if he can suit up for Wednesday's season opener against the Edmonton Oilers, general manager Jim Benning told the media on Monday.
The Montreal Canadiens have assigned defenceman Kaiden Guhle to the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL and goaltender Cayden Primeau to the Laval Rocket of the AHL, head coach Dominique Ducharme confirmed on Monday.
TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun reports that "all signs point toward" veteran forward Brian Boyle signing a deal with the Pittsburgh Penguins after joining the team on a professional tryout ahead of training camp last month.
Our Monday Morning Quarterback Jesse Palmer picked the Bills to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl and after Sunday's statement win over the Chiefs, is it safe to anoint them the team to beat in the conference right now? Palmer shares his thoughts on Buffalo's status in the league and whether or not Justin Herbert is the best young quarterback in the league.
Week 5 in the NFL concludes on Monday Night Football live on TSN as the Indianapolis Colts visit the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens opened as a 6.5-point favourite, but the line has moved slightly in Baltimore’s favor. It now sits at Ravens -7, with 81 per cent of the ATS handle on Baltimore.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament on Sunday night and is expected to miss "a few weeks," a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Monday.
TSN's NFL Analyst Davis Sanchez joins SC with Jay Onrait to discuss the Buffalo Bills' dominant win over the Kansas City Chiefs. Sanchez says that the Bills have the most explosive offence in the NFL right now, and that they could continue to improve.
TSN's NFL Analyst Davis Sanchez joins SC with Jay Onrait for another edition of Sanchez Says to discuss all things betting in Week 5 of the NFL. Sanchez says that the Cowboys are one of the teams that have inflated numbers, so it could be beneficial to bet against them when possible. Sanchez also discusses the missed field goal in the Bengals and Packers' matchup.
Kara Wagland and Davis Sanchez discuss the 49ers and Trey Lance's potential. Sanchez comments that in order to be successful in the NFC East you need to have a high ceiling, and Lance gives the 49ers just that.
Do you agree with the Elks decision to go with Taylor Cornelius and Dakota Prukop at quarterback instead of Trevor Harris in Week 11? Which QB in the CFL would you pick to lead your game-winning drive? The CFL on TSN panel discusses this and more in the latest Huddle Up.
The CFL's slate of Thanksgiving games delivered, as the Argonauts and Alouettes pulled off impressive late comeback wins over their East rivals. The CFL on TSN panel breaks down how Toronto and Montreal were able to shake off slow starts to come out victorious on Monday.
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Down a set and a break on Sunday night, Leylah Annie Fernandez rallied to defeat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and advance to the fourth round at Indian Wells. After the win, the teenager from Laval spoke to TSN about problem solving on court, what she's most thankful for on Thanksgiving and why, even after the US Open, she feels like she has something to prove.
J.R. Smith couldn’t help but feel anxious, but he had never been in the situation like he was Monday: lining up tee shots as a 36-year-old freshman walk-on playing his first college golf tournament for North Carolina A&T at Elon’s Phoenix Invitational.
It might have been a shocking loss for the Crimson Tide, but Canadian John Metchie III was still making a difference as he kicks off this week’s edition. A reminder that this week’s edition of Gridiron Nation premiers Thursday at 12:30 pm et on TSN 4/5.
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Veteran Wayne Simmonds signed a two-year contract extension with the Maple Leafs in the off-season, and understands the role he fills on the team, which includes standing up for the guys like he did in a fight with Ottawa's Scott Sabourin on Saturday.
The Leafs beat the Ottawa Senators on Saturday night to cap a 5-1-0 pre-season run. "We’re ready to rock,” declared defenceman Morgan Rielly. “It’s time to put it behind us and start playing for real.” Sheldon Keefe says he accomplished what he wanted to during his first full training camp as head coach in Toronto.
Wayne Simmonds dropped the gloves with Scott Sabourin in the third period on Saturday night. Earlier in the game, the Senators tough guy instigated a fight with Leafs defenceman Justin Holl. "It fires us up,” said Jack Campbell. "He’s never happy when someone takes advantage of one of his teammate’s especially a guy like Hollsy and he just does his job.”
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Throughout the history of combat sports there have been must-see, can't-miss fights that were on the precipice of happening, but for one reason or another never came to fruition. What do we wish could have happened, that never did? Everyone's list is different, I'm sure, but here are my top five.
UFC legend Chuck Liddell was arrested early Monday on a misdemeanor charge of domestic violence. According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Information Bureau (SIB), officers responded to a home in Hidden Hills, California regarding a domestic disturbance at about midnight Monday morning.
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Just over a decade ago, Wright's murder shocked the world. In July 2010, his bullet-riddled body was found in a remote field in southeast Memphis, and the mystery of exactly what happened and who is responsible remains. Eleven years later, the case is still ongoing.