How A 32-Team NHL Might Look

With the news that Vegas and Quebec were the only two cities to submit their $10-million application fee by yesterday’s NHL expansion deadline, it looks increasingly like potential ownership groups in Seattle & Toronto are willing to sit out a few rounds — or, more likely, that they’re happy with the idea of circling… » 7/21/15 11:31am 7/21/15 11:31am

The Flint Tropics Might Be Coming To The OHL

With their stadium lease falling through at the end of this season, the Plymouth Whalers of the Ontario Hockey League needed a new home. And after years of weak attendance in Plymouth (a suburb just west of Detroit), their owners decided that the only feasible move would be to relocate the team. » 2/11/15 11:21pm 2/11/15 11:21pm

This Whole Jays-Orioles GM Saga Has Turned Into Full-Blown Extortion

This Dan Duquette saga is getting weirder and weirder by the day. What started last month as a few flirty bits of beat reporter innuendo between the Jays and Orioles' GM Dan Duquette has become a full-blown fiasco, complete with, most recently, actual threats of extortion. Let's get caught up. » 1/22/15 3:18pm 1/22/15 3:18pm

Toronto Hipster Event Of The Week: Use A Museum's Printer For $50

A while back, we highlighted an event on the Toronto social calendar involving a bunch of weirdos paying hundreds of dollars to gut dead rats and put little bowler hats on them. In a new (hopefully semi-regular) feature we'll call Toronto Hipster Event Of The Week, let's see what else is coming up! » 1/16/15 1:37pm 1/16/15 1:37pm

Four Reasons Why Target Lost 2 Billion Dollars In Canada

After a year and a half in business, Target Canada is no more. The chain announced that it was closing all 133 of its Canadian stores and filing for bankruptcy protection after sustaining losses of over $2.1-billion in its first year of operation. 17,600 employees will be left out of work. » 1/15/15 12:20pm 1/15/15 12:20pm