Where Do The Leafs Turn?

TORONTO (Feb. 22) — Yes, Tuesday night’s free–for–all at the Air Canada Centre provided wonderful entertainment for those in attendance and many others watching on TSN. Jake Gardiner scored in overtime to give the Maple Leafs a 5–4 victory over… Read More

Leafs Prime Deficit Is Obvious

TORONTO (Oct. 26) — First, the good news for hockey fans in this city: The Leafs are only two points out of Wild Card playoff territory in the Eastern Conference with 76 games left. The mathematical possibilities are endless. NotRead More

Jays Need To Let Jose and Edwin Walk

TORONTO (Feb. 23) — Jose Bautista arrived at spring training in Dunedin, Fla. with a financial chip on his shoulder. Edwin Encarnacion carved his chip over the winter. It smacks of collusion, but the Blue Jays’ veteran sluggers have no… Read More

Correlation Escapes Me

TORONTO (Jan. 25) — I have never played the game, so I will bow to my friend, Glenn Healy. As the Toronto Maple Leafs lollygagged about the ice at Air Canada Centre during the first period of Saturday’s encounter with… Read More

We Miss You, Big Irishman

TORONTO (Nov. 23) — Even in the clutch of terminal illness, Pat Quinn struck a stately pose. The portrait, below, was snapped on July 24, 2014 — four months before the Big Irishman succumbed to a liver ailment at 71… Read More

Leafs Begin With A First

TORONTO (Oct. 7) — In a season that is all about next season and beyond, perhaps it’s no surprise that the Maple Leafs open tonight, for the first time in franchise history, without a truly elite player on the roster.… Read More

Tackling the Burke Paradox

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (July 4) – I just received a copy of a book that might easily become the most compelling and meaningful volume related to hockey since Ken Dryden released The Game in 1979. Published and written by Read More
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