Leaf Log, where the win was well-deserved

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Raps Wrap, where Toronto um, sucked

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Bobcats 116 Raptors 81 In case you haven't yet noticed, if you are a Raptor fan it's probably a good idea not to get

Raps Wrap, where the point guards came to play

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Raptors 123 Pacers 112 The Indiana Pacers came to town Tuesday night and played some tough D on Raptor star Chris Bosh who scored

Leaf Log, where Toronto took some shots

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Islanders 4 Leafs 3 (OT) 61 shots to be exact. And they lost. Despite outshooting the visitors by 40. Yes, by forty shots -- your

Raps Wrap, where the Magic are tough (and deep)

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Magic 104 Raptors 96 After getting out to an 11-point first half lead, then trailing by only one at the half, the Raps came

Leaf Log, where the Leafs were determined

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Leafs 2 Capitals 1 (SO) Proving they may not yet have given up on head coach Ron Wilson, the Leafs came out with an

Raps Wrap, where Toronto's 'big three' were huge

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Raptors 120 Heat 113 Although the Miami Heat have gotten off to a nice start this year, this was a game Toronto should (and

Leaf Log, where the Leafs found an exciting new way to lose

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Hurricanes 6 Leafs 5 (SO) Changes in Leaf land now seem imminent after last night's monumental collapse at the hands of the Hurricanes in

Raps Wrap, where it was a 4th quarter brick fest

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Jazz 104 Raptors 91 I don't know what was worse, the Raptors channeling their 'inner Leafs' in falling behind early by as much as

Raps Wrap, where it was a tale of two halves

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Nuggets 130 Raptors 112 After leading for the entire first half and into the second, the Raptors hit the wall in the high altitude

Leaf Log, where Toronto gave one away

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Senators 3 Leafs 2 The (regular season) battle of Ontario continues to go the way of the Senators. Other things that continued: The Leafs giving

Raps Wrap, where Turk couldn't knock down the winner

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Suns 101 Raptors 100 If there is such a thing as a moral victory in the NBA, this has to be one for the

Leaf Log, where the Leafs fell behind yet again

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Flames 5 Leafs 2 The best line of the night came from Hockey Night in Canada's play-by-play man, Jim Hughson. "The Leafs have fallen behind

Leaf Log, where it was too little, too late

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Blackhawks 3 Leafs 2 It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand what you need to do when playing on the road in Chicago. Weather

Raps Wrap, where the Raps wouldn't say die

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Raptors 104 Clippers 89 This game started off with the Raps going down by as many as 22 points in the second quarter --

Raps Wrap, where the Bulls ran out of gas

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Raptors 99 Bulls 89 Terrible offence met putrid defence and somehow putrid won. It wasn't pretty I'm not prepared to give the Raptors too much credit

Leaf Log, where everything went right

// From the Milton Sports Guy: Leafs 5 Red Wings 1 In the understatement of the year, it was a good Saturday night in LeafLand. For the second year in a

Milton Sports Guy: Bettman, NHL at fault for Phoenix mess

The entire Coyotes debacle could have been avoided... The thought of the NHL wanting to keep the struggling Coyotes in Phoenix really isn't as crazy a notion as Jim

Milton Sports Guy: Déja vu all over again

addthis_pub = 'YOUR-ACCOUNT-ID'; Detroit and Pittsburgh clash again for Lord Stanley's Mug There are a few interesting subplots to this year's final, most importantly: did Marian Hossa choose wisely? Okay, that's

Milton Sports Guy: NHL Conference Semifinal Predictions

After an exciting first round of the NHL playoffs, it's onto the Conference Semifinals with a few intriguing matchups. After going 5-3 in round one, the Milton Sports

Milton Sports Guy: 2009 NHL Playoff Predictions

I suppose it's been an ok season in the NHL, although honestly, isn't it just a lot more interesting when the Leafs are at least respectable? Love 'em or

Milton Tennis Club Sports Centre Expansion Meeting February 24

From the Milton Tennis Club: There’s another opportunity to voice your opinions on the Milton Sports Centre Expansion Project – February 24 from 7 to 9pm at the Sports

Why it’s good the Toronto teams are so bad

From the Toronto Star: If you agree 2008 was a bad year for Toronto's pro sports teams – and you would be correct – look at what 2009 is

Cooperstown honours for Tom Cheek long overdue

From the Toronto Star Sports: Blue Jays should have been doing more on Cheek's behalf Congratulations to Tony Kubek, who is the first analyst, as opposed to play-by-play man, to

CBC's Saturday night takes on Punjabi accent

From the Toronto Star This past Saturday's game between the Maple Leafs and Blackhawks could also have been called Hockey Night In Punjab. The CBC, picking up on an experiment from

More than a game

addthis_pub = 'YOUR-ACCOUNT-ID'; From The Hamilton Spectator This is no place for a vegetarian.    The sweet, pervasive smell of broiling animal fat locks in long before you reach the expanses which

Boom goes the dynamite

I just thought I'd share what could possibly be the worst (or maybe the most uncomfortable to watch) sports broadcast of all time. This guy may have trouble

The Milton Sports Guy salutes Tony Gwynn

Tony Gwynn homers off of David Wells in Game One of the 1998 World Series On the heels of the never-ending steroid scandal/home run record chase involving Barry Bonds,

Nashville Predators moving to Hamilton?

Is NHL Hockey Coming Close to Milton?

I've been following the plight of the Nashville Predators with great interest over the past few weeks since Research in Motion's CEO Jim Balsillie agreed to a deal

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