Leaf Log, where it was a gritty, entertaining win

Yes, a solid down-and-dirty road win for the Leafs — and one heck of an entertaining hockey game.

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Leaf Log, where a win is a win

What's with teams wearing a maple leaf on their jersey lately? After witnessing Team Canada's improbable collapse on Wednesday night, the blue team that wears a maple leaf tried

Russia wins junior gold after epic Canadian collapse

Well, we warned of this yesterday in our gold medal preview -- the chance of Canada suffering a huge letdown after such a huge, emotional win over the

Raps Wrap, where this is what a win in Cleveland looks like

Even though this year's incarnation of the Toronto Raptors currently sits in 4th place in their division with a 12-23 record, the team has recorded a couple of

Team Canada invades Buffalo

Canada takes on upstart Russians for gold

Well, here we are again. Another World Junior Tournament, another gold medal game. After dismantling the favoured Americans two nights ago, Team Canada earned the right to take on

Walter Gretzky and Brody Brown of Milton Ontario

Walter Gretzky keeps them coming back for more

The Milton Winterhawks, a peewee MD squad in the 41st annual Wayne Gretzky International Minor Hockey Tournament, believe they drew the lucky straw for Tuesday's opening ceremony at

Green Men of Vancouver throwing waffles at Leafs

Leaf Log, where again, waffles were thrown

This time, in a bit of a twist, the waffle-throwing shenanigins were provided by 'The Green Men of Vancouver', who taunted Tim Brent with a box of Eggos

Leaf Log, where waffles were thrown

After two rousing come-from-behind victories over the Bruins at home and the Capitals on the road, it looked as if this Leaf team might finally be putting it

Leaf Log, where rock bottom is approaching

Memo to Brian Burke and Leaf Nation: last night is what a rebuild looks like. Unlike the local hockey heroes, the Edmonton Oilers have held on to their high

Raps Wrap, where it was an easy one

And that may just be the understatement of the year. Everything on this night went right for the Raps. Look no further than their red hot shooting percentage of

Raps Wrap, where Reggie hit the boards

The Raptors won their fourth straight Wednesday night behind a beastly effort from Reggie Evans on the boards as well as a sizzling first half offensive performance. Evans, fourth

Raps Wrap, where Bargnani played a full game

It was the usual impressive first quarter last night from Andrea Bargnani. He put up 11 points in the frame, yet we weren't impressed. The formula for Bargnani's

Leaf Log, where it was an improbable comeback

With the other semi-functioning arm of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment getting thumped in DC and the Maple Leafs looking pretty comatose, down 4-1 to the Nashville's, everything

Raps Wrap, where a winnable one became a blowout loss

With your 2-7 Toronto Raptors -- coming off of two decent performances in Florida -- taking on the 2-6 Washington Wizards minus star rookie point guard John Wall,

Milton IceHawks Jr. A hockey club

IceHawks trade top two scorers

In the NHL, this would be called a straight salary dump on the part of the Milton IceHawks. Although there are no salaries involved, this transaction was strictly

Raps Wrap, where Wade was too much

On the second night of a Florida back-to-back, the Raptors were able to hold LeBron James and Chris Bosh at bay for the most part. But not Dwyane Wade,

Argos-TiCats playoff game should be fun

There really isn't anything quite like a CFL contest at Ivor Wynne Stadium in Hamilton (calm down Saskatchewan Roughrider fans, I'm talking about the GTA), especially when the

Leaf Log, where it was all start and no finish

The Maples came out a-flyin' in this one, looking to snap a horrendous 7-game losing streak. Just minutes into the first, the goal-starved Leafs had an impressive 2-0 lead

Raps Wrap, where it was all hustle and heart

And I suppose a clutch three-pointer by Sonny Weems with 7.1 seconds remaining helped too. The short-staffed Toronto Raptors fought their way to a scrappy 110-106 victory on the

Canadian Soccer League CSL

Brantford Galaxy win CSL Championship

Brantford Galaxy defeated FC Hamilton Croatia 3-0 to win the CSL championship in a well attended, entertaining encounter at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke Sunday afternoon. Galaxy midfielder

Leaf Log, where it was another depressing night in Florida

Thanks to Mikhail Grabovski, I had to slightly modify today's Leaf Log headline. The original line read: "...where it was another goalless night in Florida" but required a small

Raps Wrap, where Stephen Jackson stole one

No seriously, he literally did. In the dying seconds with the Toronto Raptors down three, Jose Calderon swung a long cross-court pass to Andrea Bargnani hanging out as expected,

Leaf Log, where lightning struck

NHL goal and point leader Steven Stamkos scored twice to lead Tampa Bay to a 4-0 rout of your Toronto Maple Leafs last night in Florida. And for

Raps Wrap, where they were just good enough to lose

In the interest of full disclosure, it was Jarrett Jack who pointed that out, not me. After going 0-4 out west, your Raptors returned home Monday night to take

Colton Orr runs over Scott Clemmenson

Leaf Log, where Orr interfered

And we mean that in a good way. Leaf thug Colton Orr scored the go-ahead goal in the third period for Toronto when he blasted his way through

Cabbie interviews Chris Bosh

NBA ushers in a new era tonight

Remember the debacle that was 'The Decision' way back in July? It seems like an eternity ago, but tonight on the parquet floor in Boston, the NBA ushers in

ARod sucks

Yankees lose, Yankees lose!

Without even having to resort to pitching Cliff Lee, the Texas Rangers punched their ticket to the World Series Friday night, thrashing the once-mighty New York Yankees 6-1. With

Tiger Jeet Singh Public School

Milton honours wrestling great Tiger Jeet Singh

In 1968 Jagjit Singh Hans signed a contract that would pay him $100 a week to wrestle professionally as Tiger Jeet Singh. At 24 he didn’t know he would

Charity Road Hockey Challenge

On Sunday October 24th, Noon to 4pm we will be replicating the longest game in NHL history to raise money for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of

Phillies, Yankees clinging to life

The Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees -- favoured to square off in the World Series for the second straight season -- each emerged victorious in the sixth

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