Russ Conway, U.S. journalist who brought down NHLPA's Alan Eagleson, dead at 70
Russ Conway, a hockey writer who was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1992 for his stories about corruption in the NHL Players Association that helped bring down union head Alan Eagleson, has died. He was 70.
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The 1994 Montreal Expos were the best team in baseball. But a strike ruined everything.
From 1988: The day Wayne Gretzky went to L.A.
It was the biggest news of the day: Wayne Gretzky was leaving Canada, after being traded to the Los Angeles Kings.
The dead seagull that caused a major-league headache for Dave Winfield
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Why the Blue Jays didn't sell beer to fans until 1982
Geddy Lee, a rockstar, yes, but also a major baseball fan
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25 years on, infamous O Canada performance remains part of CFL folklore
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The other Toronto Maple Leafs
From 1988: Wayne Gretzky marries Janet Jones in Edmonton
When the 'fine city' of Vancouver wanted, but didn't get, a baseball team
Former Predators captain Greg Johnson dies at 48
When baseball fans flocked to Toronto to see a parade of all-stars
The year Blue Jays fans kept close track of John Olerud's every at-bat