Sittler at 65

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Sep. 17) — If this is what senior citizenship looks and sounds like, sign me up. There is no reason to wait for an official number. Darryl Sittler always made me feel good as captain of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the latter half of the 1970′s — my teenage years. […]

These Blue Jays Like None Other

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Aug. 24) — It is official. At no point in their 39–season history have the Toronto Blue Jays so thoroughly dismantled an opponent over the course of three games. It happened this weekend in Anaheim against a one–time contender that now plays Little League defense. The Blue Jays sliced up the […]

Leafs to Wear Multiple Jerseys For Centennial

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Aug. 19) — Taking a page from their most storied rival, the Toronto Maple Leafs will brandish a number of historic uniforms during their 100th anniversary season in 2016–17. Two licensing sources tell me the Maple Leafs have decided to replicate what the Montreal Canadiens did for their Centennial celebration in […]

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