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Cracks of Don: Borowiecki deserves a lot more respect than he’s getting from Senators
It has been 14 weeks since Pierre Dorion told TSN1200 he wanted to make heart-and-soul defenceman Mark Borowiecki “a Senator for life.” What the hell is taking so long? That same day the Ottawa GM told the local all-sports station the team ...
Impact's Evan Bush says new MLS deal a 'minimal loss' for both sides
Impact goalkeeper Evan Bush said the new collective bargaining agreement between MLS and its players represents a “minimal loss” for both sides. The league and the MLS Players’ Association reached agreement on a new CBA Tuesday, ending 48 hours ...
Latest ratings book has tough news for Sportsnet 650
The novel coronavirus pandemic’s impact on Vancouver’s sports radio market is clear. Like just about every other aspect of life, it’s mostly negative. The latest ratings book from Numeris was released Wednesday, tracking listeners of Lower ...
Amid the looting and vandalizing, Fangio apologizes for comments construed as racist
In these red-hot, racially sensitive times, people have to think very carefully about what they say before it comes out of their mouth. Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio is finding that out now, just as NBA announcer Grant Napear did earlier ...
Gelinas still beloved by Flames fans for role as ‘The Eliminator’
Sixteen years later, the nickname has stuck. Martin ‘The Eliminator’ Gelinas doesn’t seem to mind. Gelinas, who has since transitioned from speedy left-winger to supportive assistant coach at the Saddledome, is still often asked by fans in ...
Stu on Sports: Habs' Shea Weber, Brendan Gallagher weigh in on racism
Shea Weber is a man of few words — especially with the media — and he isn’t a social-media guy. But on Wednesday, the Canadiens captain joined a growing list of NHL players and other pro athletes and teams who have taken to social media to ...
CRACKS OF DON: Maybe Americans misspelled Wilson's name on Cup - No eh
Murray Wilson was like every kid he grew up with in that he dreamed of having his name inscribed on the Stanley Cup. Unlike the others, he actually realized that dream. Not just once, but four times. And of those four, the NHL even spelled it ...
Gary Gelinas was here, there and everywhere as sports executive
Gary Gelinas wasn’t born when dad Roger was on the first Edmonton Oil Kings junior team 70 years ago, but the apple definitely didn’t fall far from the tree because Gary was involved with several junior teams, also summer U.S. collegiate baseball ...
Beer league hockey is back in Germany, sort of
As British Columbians wait to learn more about which sports will be able to get moving again under social distancing measures, beer league hockey players in Germany are already back at it. Janik Beichler, who is a scout for the Spokane Chiefs ...
BRENNAN: Players should help absorb the potentially billions of dollars lost with no fans in stands
Are pro football players smarter than their baseball brethren? Do NFLers make better decisions than the hired help in MLB? We could soon find out. Granted, talks aimed at salvaging the 2020 baseball season are still alive, and players could ...