God’s City Wins Yet Another

TORONTO (Feb. 6) — It’s difficult to believe that at the turn of the century — which was 17 years ago, but feels more recent — the city of Boston was a professional sports laughingstock: In football, the New… Read More

Burying a Local Legend

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Oct. 16) — I figured that if Ralph Platner made the effort to come to my Bar Mitzvah, I could go to his funeral. Invitations were sent to neither of us and the events were separated Read More

Toronto Ownership Blahs – Part 1

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Sep. 4) – The tale of professional sporting woe in this city has continued unabated through the winter, spring and summer months of 2014 with a few different twists and turns, but the same result: Mediocrity… Read More

Nonis May Have to Trade Reimer

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Jan. 27) – First, let me be clear in acknowledging the Maple Leafs are okay right now. While banking 13 of 16 points in their past eight games, the team is trending upward in the Eastern… Read More
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