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Nobel winner went underground to understand sun

The phone rang at Art McDonald’s house in Kingston, Ont., about 5 a.m. Tuesday.

With his wife listening on the extension, the 72-year-old Queen’s University professor spoke to several members of the Nobel Prize committee about physics, and then about the Toronto Maple Leafs. 352 more words


Maple Leafs to honour Mats Sundin with statue on Legends Row

TORONTO – Mats Sundin idolized Borje Salming growing up. Soon he will be bronzed next to his hero on the Toronto Maple Leafs’ Legends Row. 360 more words


Stammer Time

In case you haven’t been following any of the Toronto sports media outlets in the last few weeks, there’s been quite some chatter about local boy… 615 more words

Toronto Maple Leafs/NHL

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Matt Boyd grew up loving hockey and Don Cherry

TORONTO – When Matt Boyd was five years old, Don Cherry was his muse. And when he visited Toronto for the first time, hockey was his ticket. 905 more words


(Not An Average 7th Seed) '92-'93 Nordiques Sweep 2nd-Seeded '81-'82 Nordiques

The 7th-seeded ’92-’93 Quebec Nordiques posted the best regular season in terms of points in the Nordiques’ history, but lost out to the eventual Stanley Cup champions in the first round of the playoffs. 490 more words

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Timeline: Ryan Kesler’s career had ups and downs

June 21, 2003: Drafted 23rd overall by the Canucks from Ohio State Buckeyes of the CCHA.

Nov. 24, 2003: Makes NHL debut in 2-1 loss to Toronto, producing no points. 654 more words

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Peter Forsberg Gets Dig On Rob Blake At Hall Of Fame Induction

DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado Avalanche greats Rob Blake and Peter Forsberg are the newest members of the Hockey Hall of Fame.

The Avs were well-represented at the induction ceremony Monday night with the likes of former Avs captain and current Executive Vice President of Hockey Operations Joe Sakic. 212 more words