Roy Halladay is calling it a career, and he's going out as a Toronto Blue Jay. The Blue Jays announced that the club has signed a one-day contract with Halladay at the Winter Meetings on Monday, so the 36-year-old can retire as a member of the team. Full Story.(Photo: Dave Sandford/Getty Images)
Brand New Direction
Masai Ujiri has officially taken the next step, a rather bold one at that, in the inevitable rebuild of his Toronto Raptors. The Raptors announced the completion of a seven-player swap Monday that sent Rudy Gay to Sacramento. Ujiri has made his statement - this team is now his to build as he sees fit. TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg has more from Toronto. Full Story.
With matchups against some of the Western Conference's top teams on deck, a struggling Leafs defence will be asked to step up and perform better than the 139 shots against the unit has allowed over the past three games. In the latest "Leaf Report" podcast, Jonas Siegel and James Mirtle discuss if the blueline is Toronto's most glaring weakness and whether the Leafs are already regretting David Clarkson's long-term contract. Full Story.
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