Found September 23, 2012 on
The last week has been mostly negative news coming out of the hockey world, with the cancellation of most of the preseason, large numbers of NHL players hastily scurrying to Europe to gobble up the few spots available in the KHL or the elite leagues, notices for refunding season ticket money and ominous whispers about the future of the Winter Classic and the entire regular season.
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Per The Fourth Period's David Pagnotta, Leafs center Mikhail Grabovski has signed with HC CSKA Moscow of the KHL.
The 28 year old Grabovski, who has scored 20+ goals and over 50 points the last two seasons, signed a five year, $27.5 Million deal with Toronto last March before becoming an unrestricted free agent over the summer.
Grabovski had denied reports last week enamating...
The largest city in Canada lived up to its billing as a fanatic sports town with a rousing crowd of 16,800 packing the Air Canada Centre for a memorable night of fights.
Coming off the heels of the cancellation of UFC 151 earlier this month, the organization put on an outstanding card highlighted by two title fights across opposite ends of the weight spectrum.
Must we tread upon this ground again? Perhaps we must. The Toronto Sun's Steve Simmons ponders the walking, talking reality show that is the Maple Leafs' hockey operations department, the players' lack of negotiating leverage once they start missing paychecks, and yes, Jimmy Devellano's comments, but he offers a different perspective owner seeking leverageof their...