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Pacioretty KO’d by big bad Bruin

The NHL General Managers held meetings this past week to discuss the ever-growing issue of headshots in the fast-paced game. This is all in...

Stop talking start running

So you want to start running? Running can increase stamina and muscle strength, and studies show that it seriously decreases body fat. The hardest...

Healthy breakfast options

Oatmeal, berries, and almonds This is a fast and easy choice for breakfast, but still contains everything you need to start your day off right....

Majors “Paint the Rink Pink” for breast cancer research

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors were in action on Friday night as they hosted the Plymouth Whalers—a rare visit for the Whalers. The night...

Malkin out for season

The Pittsburgh Penguins will most likely be without the services of one of their superstars, Evgeni Malkin. After returning from an infection that had sidelined...

Draft-eligible players show their skills in Toronto

The Canadian Hockey League had their annual Top Prospects game this past Wednesday in Toronto at the ACC. The purpose of this game is...

Team Canada: from decisive wins to the ultimate collapse

The World Juniors were held in Buffalo, New York over the holidays and Canada was favoured to finish in second, behind their rival Americans....

The World Juniors experience

This past month, I had the opportunity to attend the World Juniors as part of the media.  Going to Buffalo, I had no idea...

Majors still rolling in Mississauga

The Mississauga Majors have been busy the past month racking up victories as they continue their reign as the number-one team in the Canadian...

Majors keep on rolling

The Mississauga Majors have been on a tear this season and that trend continued last Friday night at the Hershey Centre. The Niagara IceDogs...

Team OHL too much for Russia

This past week and continuing this week will be the SUBWAY® Super Series, which serves as a precursor for the World Junior Championships as...

Phaneuf out for weeks

The Leafs are going to be without their captain, Dion Phaneuf, for four to wix weeks, after a laceration in his leg. The injury occurred...

Field hockey champions

Yesterday, the Varsity Blues women’s field hockey team took on the defending CIS champions in the UBC Thunderbirds and were able to come away...

Majors continue winning ways

The Mississauga Majors took on the Brampton Battalion on Friday in OHL action. The Majors looked to continue their stellar season with the fight...

“Flyin’ Hawaiian” soars in Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts have had their fair share of ups and downs this season. Quarterback troubles and injuries have plagued the team this season,...

Movember is growing

It’s that month again; the month of November brings about the charity event that has grown to huge proportions, known as “Movember”. The “mo” (slang...

Lesnar no longer king of the Octagon

On Saturday night in Anaheim, California UFC 121 took place, with the main event being the World Heavyweight Championship. Brock Lesnar wasn’t able to...

Argos make playoffs

The Toronto Argonauts have had their fair share of ups and downs this season.  Early injuries and recurring struggles on offence made reaching the...

Leafs off to surprising start

The Toronto Maple Leafs have by far been the most surprising team throughout the first four games of the regular season. They are off...

Good start for Majors

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors are off to an amazing start and are currently sitting in second place in the Central Division with 14...

The chase

Empty bottles and broken dreams Alcohol happiness evades you, it seems You’re in eight deep and starting to fall When all you needed was a friend to...

U of T stuns Ottawa

The U of T Varsity Blues football team shocked everyone with an unexpected win over the No. 2 ranked team in Canada, the Ottawa...

NHL Eastern Conference predictions

With the regular season just a week away, one thing is on everyone’s mind: who’s going to win it all this season? The Eastern...

Dan Ellis leaves Twitter

Tampa Bay goaltender Dan Ellis has recently found himself in a bit of trouble because of his Twitter account.  Recently, he posted several controversial...

Leafs should end drought this season

The Toronto Maple Leafs had an interesting off-season, to say the least. For the fifth year in a row—a franchise record—the Leafs failed to...

Bautista and young players lead the way for Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays have had their share of ups and downs this season. The loss of Roy Halladay left fans of the Jays...

Recover from a workout with food

The Ultimate Smoothie Recovery is as essential as the workout itself. If your body does not take the necessary time to recover, the work out...

The next Leafs captain?

Now that the regular season is coming to a close for the NHL, the Toronto Maple Leafs will have many voids to fill in...

Argos management tackles offensive woes

After a terrible 2009 season, the Toronto Argonauts overhauled their offence in hopes of producing more than three wins this season. Last year, the...

Elimination of headshots: a neccessity for NHL

In a rule-changing event for the hockey world, the NHL proposed last week that “a lateral, back pressure or blindside hit to an opponent,...

NHL trade deadline: quantity over quality

On March 3, the NHL trade deadline day set an NHL record for the most transactions ever made in one day. It ended with...

Team Canada Hockey owns the podium

Canada took the long route to get to the gold medal game, but this paid off in the end with a dramatic finish. During the...

Bilodeau dedicates gold medal to brother

After a long wait, anticipation grew in Vancouver about which Canadian would take home the first gold medal on home soil at the Winter...

Confessions of a Stanley Cup champ

Bruce Driver is one of the lucky few who realized his dream of making it into the NHL. We asked him about it.

Saints rally from behind to win Superbowl XLIV

Despite all the ups and downs throughout the recent years, the Saints overcame all odds to become the Superbowl Champions. In typical Saints fashion, they...

Leafs acquire Phaneuf and Giguere in blockbuster trades

The Toronto Maple Leafs made a huge splash in the NHL yesterday with two trades that could not have been imaginable a month ago. Maple...

UTM gets healthy with Health Week

From January 25 to 28, UTMAC hosted Health Week. The event singled out a theme for each day of the week. UTMAC set up in...

Cheap shots define Junior Hockey

Cheap shots in Junior Hockey have been the main story in sports lately, thanks to two different head shots with intent to injure this...

Saints and Colts dominate en route to easy victories

The Divisional playoff round kicked off this past weekend and proved who deserved to be there vying for the Superbowl. Action began on Saturday, when...

Overtime loss a minor dent in junior hockey

The stage was set this year at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Saskatoon. For Canada, nothing less than a Gold medal was acceptable....

A mixture of youth and veteran leadership defines Team Canada...

The winter break brought about many changes and announcements in the world of sports, but for many Canadians, none is bigger than the announcement...

Marc Savard a Toronto Maple Leaf?

Rumours surround Boston Bruins centre Marc Savard even after a broken foot caused him to miss fourteen straight games. Averaging a point per game,...

Shanahan's accomplishments should propel him into Hall of Fame

This past week in the NHL, hopeful hall-of-famer Brendan Shanahan retired after an illustrious career. The 1987 second overall pick played for the New...

2009 Hockey Hall of Fame Class leaves their mark on the...

This past week in Toronto, the Hockey Hall of Fame inducted five new legends for their accomplishments on and off the ice. Brett Hull,...

Sabres silence critics as Hurricanes disappoint

As experts and journalists made their predictions prior to the 2009/10 regular season, few gave the Buffalo Sabres a fighting chance to contend or...

NHL Western Conference predictions

The ever-exciting Western Conference will be no different this year with stronger teams vying for a playoff berth. Stanley Cup finalist Detroit Red Wings should...

NHL 2009/10 regular season: Eastern Conference predictions

With the regular season having just begun, there are many predictions. One thing is certain: as soon as the puck drops on opening day,...

Pacioretty KO’d by big bad Bruin

The NHL General Managers held meetings this past week to discuss the ever-growing issue of headshots in the fast-paced game. This is all in...

Stop talking start running

So you want to start running? Running can increase stamina and muscle strength, and studies show that it seriously decreases body fat. The hardest...

Healthy breakfast options

Oatmeal, berries, and almonds This is a fast and easy choice for breakfast, but still contains everything you need to start your day off right....

Majors “Paint the Rink Pink” for breast cancer research

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors were in action on Friday night as they hosted the Plymouth Whalers—a rare visit for the Whalers. The night...

Malkin out for season

The Pittsburgh Penguins will most likely be without the services of one of their superstars, Evgeni Malkin. After returning from an infection that had sidelined...

Draft-eligible players show their skills in Toronto

The Canadian Hockey League had their annual Top Prospects game this past Wednesday in Toronto at the ACC. The purpose of this game is...

Team Canada: from decisive wins to the ultimate collapse

The World Juniors were held in Buffalo, New York over the holidays and Canada was favoured to finish in second, behind their rival Americans....

The World Juniors experience

This past month, I had the opportunity to attend the World Juniors as part of the media.  Going to Buffalo, I had no idea...

Majors still rolling in Mississauga

The Mississauga Majors have been busy the past month racking up victories as they continue their reign as the number-one team in the Canadian...

Majors keep on rolling

The Mississauga Majors have been on a tear this season and that trend continued last Friday night at the Hershey Centre. The Niagara IceDogs...

Team OHL too much for Russia

This past week and continuing this week will be the SUBWAY® Super Series, which serves as a precursor for the World Junior Championships as...

Phaneuf out for weeks

The Leafs are going to be without their captain, Dion Phaneuf, for four to wix weeks, after a laceration in his leg. The injury occurred...

Field hockey champions

Yesterday, the Varsity Blues women’s field hockey team took on the defending CIS champions in the UBC Thunderbirds and were able to come away...

Majors continue winning ways

The Mississauga Majors took on the Brampton Battalion on Friday in OHL action. The Majors looked to continue their stellar season with the fight...

“Flyin’ Hawaiian” soars in Toronto

The Toronto Argonauts have had their fair share of ups and downs this season. Quarterback troubles and injuries have plagued the team this season,...

Movember is growing

It’s that month again; the month of November brings about the charity event that has grown to huge proportions, known as “Movember”. The “mo” (slang...

Lesnar no longer king of the Octagon

On Saturday night in Anaheim, California UFC 121 took place, with the main event being the World Heavyweight Championship. Brock Lesnar wasn’t able to...

Argos make playoffs

The Toronto Argonauts have had their fair share of ups and downs this season.  Early injuries and recurring struggles on offence made reaching the...

Leafs off to surprising start

The Toronto Maple Leafs have by far been the most surprising team throughout the first four games of the regular season. They are off...

Good start for Majors

The Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors are off to an amazing start and are currently sitting in second place in the Central Division with 14...

The chase

Empty bottles and broken dreams Alcohol happiness evades you, it seems You’re in eight deep and starting to fall When all you needed was a friend to...

U of T stuns Ottawa

The U of T Varsity Blues football team shocked everyone with an unexpected win over the No. 2 ranked team in Canada, the Ottawa...

NHL Eastern Conference predictions

With the regular season just a week away, one thing is on everyone’s mind: who’s going to win it all this season? The Eastern...

Dan Ellis leaves Twitter

Tampa Bay goaltender Dan Ellis has recently found himself in a bit of trouble because of his Twitter account.  Recently, he posted several controversial...

Leafs should end drought this season

The Toronto Maple Leafs had an interesting off-season, to say the least. For the fifth year in a row—a franchise record—the Leafs failed to...

Bautista and young players lead the way for Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays have had their share of ups and downs this season. The loss of Roy Halladay left fans of the Jays...

Recover from a workout with food

The Ultimate Smoothie Recovery is as essential as the workout itself. If your body does not take the necessary time to recover, the work out...

The next Leafs captain?

Now that the regular season is coming to a close for the NHL, the Toronto Maple Leafs will have many voids to fill in...

Argos management tackles offensive woes

After a terrible 2009 season, the Toronto Argonauts overhauled their offence in hopes of producing more than three wins this season. Last year, the...

Elimination of headshots: a neccessity for NHL

In a rule-changing event for the hockey world, the NHL proposed last week that “a lateral, back pressure or blindside hit to an opponent,...

NHL trade deadline: quantity over quality

On March 3, the NHL trade deadline day set an NHL record for the most transactions ever made in one day. It ended with...

Team Canada Hockey owns the podium

Canada took the long route to get to the gold medal game, but this paid off in the end with a dramatic finish. During the...

Bilodeau dedicates gold medal to brother

After a long wait, anticipation grew in Vancouver about which Canadian would take home the first gold medal on home soil at the Winter...

Confessions of a Stanley Cup champ

Bruce Driver is one of the lucky few who realized his dream of making it into the NHL. We asked him about it.

Saints rally from behind to win Superbowl XLIV

Despite all the ups and downs throughout the recent years, the Saints overcame all odds to become the Superbowl Champions. In typical Saints fashion, they...

Leafs acquire Phaneuf and Giguere in blockbuster trades

The Toronto Maple Leafs made a huge splash in the NHL yesterday with two trades that could not have been imaginable a month ago. Maple...

UTM gets healthy with Health Week

From January 25 to 28, UTMAC hosted Health Week. The event singled out a theme for each day of the week. UTMAC set up in...

Cheap shots define Junior Hockey

Cheap shots in Junior Hockey have been the main story in sports lately, thanks to two different head shots with intent to injure this...

Saints and Colts dominate en route to easy victories

The Divisional playoff round kicked off this past weekend and proved who deserved to be there vying for the Superbowl. Action began on Saturday, when...

Overtime loss a minor dent in junior hockey

The stage was set this year at the World Junior Hockey Championships in Saskatoon. For Canada, nothing less than a Gold medal was acceptable....

A mixture of youth and veteran leadership defines Team Canada...

The winter break brought about many changes and announcements in the world of sports, but for many Canadians, none is bigger than the announcement...

Marc Savard a Toronto Maple Leaf?

Rumours surround Boston Bruins centre Marc Savard even after a broken foot caused him to miss fourteen straight games. Averaging a point per game,...

Shanahan's accomplishments should propel him into Hall of Fame

This past week in the NHL, hopeful hall-of-famer Brendan Shanahan retired after an illustrious career. The 1987 second overall pick played for the New...

2009 Hockey Hall of Fame Class leaves their mark on the...

This past week in Toronto, the Hockey Hall of Fame inducted five new legends for their accomplishments on and off the ice. Brett Hull,...

Sabres silence critics as Hurricanes disappoint

As experts and journalists made their predictions prior to the 2009/10 regular season, few gave the Buffalo Sabres a fighting chance to contend or...

NHL Western Conference predictions

The ever-exciting Western Conference will be no different this year with stronger teams vying for a playoff berth. Stanley Cup finalist Detroit Red Wings should...

NHL 2009/10 regular season: Eastern Conference predictions

With the regular season having just begun, there are many predictions. One thing is certain: as soon as the puck drops on opening day,...
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