OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
“Sledge hockey is possibly one of the most popular disabled sports, because to the eye it’s like candy. It’s fast-paced; it’s constant action.”
The Maple Leafs kids were more than all right during the 2016-17 season.
It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
Mike Babcock trusts that Mitch Marner will be fine.
As Frederik Andersen walked down the hallway at the Verizon Center just after midnight Sunday, followed not far behind by Kasperi Kapanen, a thought occurred: Almost everything about this young and growing Maple Leafs team comes back to Phil Kessel.
Natalie Spooner had just gotten off the ice on Tuesday night when she heard the news.
There are many numbers that underscore the surprising rebound of the Toronto Maple Leafs from dead last in the NHL to, as of now, inside the playoff picture.
The Bradford Bulldogs Midget A team played Game 1 of the OMHA Midget A Championship Finals at the Leisure Centre on Saturday, March 11, in front of a full house - skating to a nail-biting 4-3 win in Overtime. Scoring for the Bulldogs were Brett Young, Joe Heath, Jacob Beadle, and with the OT game winner, Evan Barroso.