Nonis Working Devoid of Emotion

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 24) – In the haunting vernacular of former United States president Richard Milhous Nixon, “allow me to make this perfectly clear” – a general manager in professional sport burdened by love and attachment will likely Read More

Nonis Undoubtedly Looking For No. 1

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 23) – As we told you following the Maple Leafs elimination by Boston last month, general manager David Nonis and his staff was not sold on the netminding tandem of James Reimer and Ben Scrivens; Read More

25 Years of Sports Media Memories

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 11) – I find it rather difficult to believe it was a quarter century ago that I began my tenure at CJCL AM-1430 – destined to become Canada’s first all-sports radio station. More accurately, it Read More

Bruins Will Win the Stanley Cup

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 6) – Like most of us with a sporting interest, I’ve made some lousy predictions in my day – too many, in fact, to count. But, I’ve been pretty darned good with the Stanley Cup Read More

NHL Deserves More Respect at Olympics

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 3) – Though it appears all but certain that NHL players will take part in the Winter Olympics for a fifth term, an official announcement has yet to be made. Time is clearly of the Read More

State-Side Weekend Thoughts

By HOWARD BERGER ROCHESTER, N.Y. (June 1) – So, I’m here in the former hockey home of Donald S. Cherry for a family event this weekend. I normally wouldn’t write about this, for obvious reasons, but there is no other Read More
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