Will Top-Scoring Leaf Receive Ultimate Honor?

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (June 25) – Though he’s among a marvelous cast of first-time eligible players, one of the greatest-ever Maple Leafs will raise nary an eyebrow if he enters hockey immortality on Tuesday. Mats Sundin, nestled without challenge Read More

Anderson Remembers His Leaf Roots

By HOWARD BERGER GLENDALE, Ariz. (May 15) – Among the characteristics of John Anderson that have not changed in the past 35 years are his sense of humor; his golden thatch of hair and his handle-bar mustache. “I still think Read More

Official End For Leafs Could Come Tuesday

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Mar. 26) – Figurative elimination from the Stanley Cup playoffs for a seventh consecutive season occurred during the Maple Leafs 1-9-1 death-spiral in February. Literal elimination – that which involves mathematics – could happen as early Read More

World Hockey Association: Pictorial History

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Feb. 1) – It was 40 years ago that a rogue hockey league – a pipe-dream to many – forever changed the economic climate in the sport. The World Hockey Association was formed in mid-1971 by… Read More
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