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  • Morrow, Rogers lit up as Blue Jays lose to Rays

    The Associated Press and Sportsnet 0

    Two rough innings cost the Toronto Blue Jays a chance to open the season with a series win. They’ll take it, though, because it’s better than they usually do here.

  • Leafs keep hope alive, beat Bruins in OT

    The Canadian Press and Sportsnet 0

    All coach Randy Carlyle wanted his Toronto Maple Leafs to do was breathe. “That’s been our catchphrase now, because you can’t do anything if you don’t breathe,” he said. Breathe despite seeing an eight-game losing streak all but ruin their playoff chances. Breathe despite blowing a two-goal, third-period lead to the Boston Bruins on Thursday

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  • Buehrle, Bautista power Blue Jays past Rays

    Shi Davidi, Sportsnet 0

    The display of pitching and defence by the Toronto Blue Jays on Wednesday night was simply clinical. Mark Buehrle, sitting 82-83 m.p.h. on his fastball, stood on the mound like he owned the joint, and was masterful. Brett Lawrie, Jonathan Diaz, Colby Rasmus and even Edwin Encarnacion stole hits to help out, and Jose Bautista

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  • Jays now 1 & 1 to start 2014 campaign

    Shi Davidi, Sportsnet 0

    The thing that strikes you about watching Drew Hutchison pitch is the poise, the presence on the mound. You get the sense that he’s in total control of things, and how often in recent years can you say that about a Toronto Blue Jays starter?

  • North Bay and Petes off to Round 2

    Mike Farwell 0

    Former Kitchener Ranger Ben Thomson assisted on the game winning goal midway through the third period as the North Bay Battalion edged the Niagara Ice Dogs 2-1 in Game 7 of their opening round series.

  • Siskins one win away from hoisting Cherrey Cup

    Mike Farwell 0

    Siskins captain Christian Mroczkowski scored the game winner in Waterloo’s 4-2 win in Stratford.

  • Leafs must refocus with losing skid in rearview

    Chris Johnston, Sportsnet 0

    Randy Carlyle was chuckling again, which was a pretty good sign that some of the clouds hovering over the Toronto Maple Leafs had finally parted.

  • Tiger Woods stares down at his ball which is buried in the bunker on the 17th hole of the South Course at Torrey Pines during the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open golf tournament in San Diego, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. Woods made a 20-foot putt to save his par on the hole. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

    Tiger Woods to miss Masters after back surgery

    The Canadian Press 0

    Tiger Woods will miss the Masters for the first time in his career after having surgery on his back.

  • Fill out your bracket, OHL playoffs begin tonight

    Eric Drozd 0

    The OHL playoffs begin tonight with Barrie at Sudbury.

  • Leafs’ comeback falls short in loss to Caps

    The Associated Press and Sportsnet 0

    Washington linemates Joel Ward and Jason Chimera often play in the shadow of their higher-profile teammates.