Maple Leafs assistant coach Steve Spott joins Leafs Lunch to talk about the challenges the Leafs face on their upcoming road trip, how they can play a more structured game, and the expectations for the team's top line.
Devlin: Raptors will be tested on upcoming trip
Raptors play-by-play man Matt Devlin joins the show to discuss the difficult road trip Toronto is set to embark on starting Monday night versus the Bulls, and how the team will be challenged minus DeMar DeRozan.
Ferraro: Team Canada is faster, more skilled than last year
TSN Hockey Analyst Ray Ferraro joins Leafs Lunch to discuss the changes he’s seen in Canada’s world junior team this year, saying they’re a faster, more skilled team than last year.
Seasoned Blackhawks show envious Leafs how it's done
The Blackhawks have captured two Cups in five years and on Sunday night they showed the suddenly skidding Maple Leafs exactly why. Chicago outclassed their original-six rivals for the better part of 60 minutes, sending them to a third straight loss and some soul-searching just days after a fiery 10-1-1 stretch came to an end.
Mayenknecht: New brand for Raptors
The Raptors released a new logo on Friday and Tom Mayenknecht of The Sport Market breaks down the financial impact it will have.
Canadian D Henry granted work permit, headed to West Ham United
Canadian international defender Doneil Henry is on his way to Premier League side West Ham United. According to TSN's Kristian Jack, Henry was granted a work permit on Monday and make the move to West Ham in January.
Former Blue Bomber, Argo Dick Thornton dies at age 75
Former Winnipeg Blue Bomber and Toronto Argonaut (Tricky) Dick Thornton, who won two Grey Cups with Winnipeg in the 1960s, has died at age 75 after a bout with lung cancer. The Argos confirmed the news Friday night.
Blue Jays sign Canadian LHP Albers
The Toronto Blue Jays have signed left-hander Andrew Albers to a minor league contract. Albers, a native of North Battleford, Sask. last picthed in the majors in 2013 as a member of the Minnesota Twins.
Defoe the distraction as Toronto FC lays out its future plans
While the media sat patiently throughout a 90-minute presentation from Tim Bezbatchenko and Greg Vanney on Toronto FC's future vision, the moment the meeting went into "added time" and a question period, the only topic anyone wanted to talk about was Jermain Defoe. Only once this Defoe soap opera ends, one way or another, can any kind of vision for success in 2015 be taken seriously.
Whitecaps to host Toronto to open MLS season, Impact visit D.C. United
After eight losing campaigns, Toronto FC will have to turn things around the hard way starting in 2015. Toronto usually opens the season on the road because of the unpredictable weather come March. But the time away home will be far longer to start next year due to renovations to BMO Field in advance of the Pan American Games.
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