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Young Guns Leading the Way

What makes D’Amigo such an intriguing case is that he projects to be a 3rd liner in the NHL, and he is leading the way offensively for his club. D’Amigo plays on the top penalty killing pairing for the team, and has helped the Marlies kill 39 straight penalties. Continue reading

Lawrie’s Outburst a Positive for Blue Jays

Toronto’s Brett Lawrie erupted at home plate umpire Bill Miller after two consecutive blown calls lead to a ninth inning strikeout. Continue reading

March to the Final

With this season’s European football drawing to a close, The Howl reports on the endings of a stirring season with its marvels and disappointments, as last week’s climactic results showed a highly anticipated Champion’s League Classico finale that failed to materialize into anything worthwhile. Continue reading

Expect To Be Uncertain

From a cup-half-full perspective, the Raptors aren’t the worst in the league, but what direction are they heading in? Chris Granicolo gives us the numbers on how much we can hope for an improvement in the near future. Continue reading

Blue Jay Buzz is Back in Toronto

Joey Belfiore explores the Blue Jays’ strengths and weaknesses, and shines a light on the team that just might make Toronto fans proud in 2012. Continue reading

Cry Not, For There Is Yet Hope For The Leafs

Skeptical Leafs fans can find solace in the fact that Burke is inadvertently following the path of a new team-building model; that is, the Ottawa model. Last spring Ottawa’s farm club the Binghamton Senators made a long playoff run well after the parent club began their golf season. The playoff run culminated in the team winning their first championship. Leafs fans can now look to their farm club for hope. Continue reading

A New, Uncontrollable Epidemic

Muamba’s heart stopped for 78 minutes as doctors struggled to keep him alive at the stadium and then later at the London Chest Hospital. Continue reading

Trouble In Paradise

Latest refereeing controversy in Champions League raises officiating debate

The Ballad Of Mike Milbury

Some of you may know Mike Milbury as the Bruin who once took off a fan’s shoe and beat him with it. Some of you may know him as the former NHLer who nearly got charged for assaulting a 12-year old boy at his son’s hockey game. Continue reading

Step Aside, Tebow

Peyton Manning looking to re-assert himself as the game’s best in Denver

David Who? TFC Knocks Out Beckham’s Galaxy

TFC knocks out Beckham’s Galaxy to Advance in CONCACAF Competition

The Ghost of the CBA

A look past the NHL playoffs towards the collective bargaining agreement and possible lockout. Because let’s face it, the Leafs aren’t making it.

Truculence Of The Irish: Burke and Cherry’s Spat Reaches Climactic Levels

Jesse Borg, Contributor Don Cherry and Brian Burke picked an interesting time for their recent spat. As the NHL season winds down, the plot usually thickens for those in the playoffs. Key injuries make teams and fans reevaluate their chances of winning, and the play of certain teams heading into the second season develops a … Continue reading

A Lack Of Anglo Content

English Premier League On Verge of Having No Presence in Champions League

A Dynasty In The Making

Woodsworth’s Dominant Male Basketball Team Plays UTM in Next Week’s Intramural Final