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Acquired to provide guidance to a rebuilding team, the legendary goaltender provided the 1970/'71 Maple Leafs with a spectacular season.
Nominated for: his one-network approach to sports coverage.
Nominated for: making even bad games better fun.
Nominated for: infectious, irresistible enthusiasm.
A short guide to the location of this year's Maple Leafs-Red Wings clash.
The manager who guided the Blue Jays during their transition from expansion team to contender has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
A one-day retirement contract is going to make the pitcher a Blue Jay once more.
The Ontario Science Centre's first new exhibit hall in seven years explores the limits of the human body.
So, winter is basically here.
The Goldring Centre for High Performance Sport will be a new home for some of the University of Toronto's best athletes.
The fight night of the living dead.
Two decades later, the stars have yet to realign for Toronto's home team.
The 50-year-old writer and musician's latest book, Keon and Me, may be his most personal to date.
A meeting of two men who have, in their own ways, raised Toronto's international profile.
"Lol" Solman, once "Canada’s Uncrowned Amusement King," is all but forgotten today.
We visit The Coop Ink, where Don Cherry gets his suits.
The impressive, inspiring, and possibly unsportsmanlike athletic exploits of Ned Hanlan.
Some Torontonians are reluctant to swim in the lake, but not these people.