Jesse CampigottoJesse Campigotto is a senior writer and editor for CBCSports.ca, which he joined in 2005. He leads the site's Olympic sports coverage, co-hosts the CBCSports.ca Podcast and contributes to the hockey and football sections. Jesse was born and raised in Niagara Falls, Ont., and now lives in Toronto.
Toronto Argos defensive end Ricky Foley is "sick" of the attention the Maple Leafs and Raptors get, while the city treats his league, the Canadian Football League, like "poo," the player tweeted on Wednesday. more »
Anaheim Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen pulled out almost all the stops to steal a win with the help of Simon Despres' first career playoff goal, while Patrick Kane earned his first goal of the series. more »
Many years before becoming the highest-paid coach in hockey, the granite-chinned son of a no-nonsense miner learned the value of hard work, determination and self-improvement — skills he'll need as he prepares to take on his biggest challenge yet. more »
#Babwatch had the Twitterverse abuzz. What would the Triple Gold Club coach do after his contract with the Detroit Red Wings was up in June? Twitter reacted to his decision to sign with the Toronto Maple Leafs, and we bring you that social conversation. more »