Saturday Jan. 20, 2018

Sports & Leisure

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Toronto - After a long 28-year hiatus, Peter Puck is returning to television. Leafs TV announced Monday that Peter Puck, the beloved 1970s hockey puck icon, will return to television starting December 20 as part of Leafs TV’s Maple Leafs game broadcasts.

2008 Blue Jays award winners

Toronto - Toronto Blue Jays RHP ROY HALLADAY, a unanimous selection by the Toronto chapter of the BBWAA as the clubs Pitcher of the Year highlights the list of 2008 winners.
Toronto - Congratulations to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, 23-19 winners over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the 95th Grey Cup at Rogers Centre in Toronto.
Toronto - Saskatchewan and Winnipeg are getting ready for the big game, and the TTC is in game shape as well to handle the big crowd for the 95th Grey Cup Game and all the other events associated with this great Canadian event.  One pass that is a sure bet not to be intercepted is the TTC Day Pass.
Toronto - By air, sea and land, the Grey Cup Trophy marches back to Toronto in style after a 15 year absence. The 2007 Grey Cup Committee, City of Toronto, Canadian Football League and Department of National Defence are hosting a media event to kickoff the 2007 Grey Cup Festival, with the delivery of Canada’s oldest trophy for Canada’s largest annual sporting event.
Toronto - The NHL is looking into a pre-game incident Saturday between Sean Avery of the New York Rangers and Blake and Darcy Tucker of the Toronto Maple Leafs, a source has told The Canadian Press.
Toronto - For the first time since 1991, the Toronto Argonauts and Winnipeg Blue Bombers will tangle in the East Final for the right to represent the CFL’s East Division in the Grey Cup.
Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts have clinched first place in the CFL East Division and will host the 2007 East Final on Sunday, November 18 at 1:00 p.m. at Rogers Centre. Tickets for the East Final can be purchased for as low as $30.
Toronto - The Toronto Argonauts Football Club would like to congratulate the nine (9) Argos players who were named to the 2007 East Division All-Star team yesterday.
Toronto - Cyclo-cross is an exciting, fast-paced combination of road racing, mountain biking and cross country running.  It is a sport for riders of any age, gender or skill level.  It’s also one of the fastest-growing international sports throughout Europe and North America.
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