War of the Worlds — Leafs Edition

TORONTO (July 4) — It happened Oct. 30, 1938. Just prior to 8:30 p.m. Eastern — prime time for radio listening in the era before television. Orson Welles, portraying a news bulletin, broke into dance music on CBS to warn… Read More

Lou is “Looking”

I hear the secrets that you keep… when you’re talking in your sleep. — The Romantics, 1983 TORONTO (Nov. 7) — Lou Lamoriello wearing flannels and a stocking–cap? Almost too funny. In what other circumstance, however, might a rival National… Read More

To Mourn and Remember

TORONTO (Mar. 22) — This has been an awful day. First, we awaken here in North America to the news that at least 31 people have been killed (and scores wounded) in yet another terror attack — this one in… Read More

A Bloodcurdling Notion

TORONTO (Mar. 8) — While much of the world around us has descended into a vortex of inhumanity, we here in the great white north bask in relative calm. Our newly–elected leader isn’t threatening to “water–board” his enemies; we aren’t… Read More

No Doubt at the Dome

BLUE CRUSH… RED CRUSH TORONTO (Oct. 20) — Forget, if you can, the final score, which was wildly flattering to the visitors. On a night the real Toronto Blue Jays had to show up… they did. With rocket fire. A… Read More
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