The Beautiful Loss

After two false starts in the last four years, 2018 was going to be the year. I will never forget the second time it happened due to the fact that I was in the hospital with Christina on the night that the Leafs drafted Auston Matthews. Don't hate me, she was resting, eyes closed and needed … Continue reading The Beautiful Loss

Toronto Set For Biggest Boxing Match in Years

Toronto's Biggest Fight in Years The Air Canada Centre right in the heart of downtown Toronto will host the biggest boxing match to come to Canada in years. In recent years, Toronto has hosted the UFC and many of their biggest stars such as Jon Jones, Lyoto Machida, Georges St. Pierre, Demetrious Johnson among many … Continue reading Toronto Set For Biggest Boxing Match in Years


A hop, skip and a jump down highway 40 from Chatham, lies the tough, little town of Wallaceburg. Population of 10,010. Wallaceburg has the only lacrosse association in Chatham-Kent and is the mecca of lacrosse in Southwestern Ontario. This is the story of the 1987 Peewee B Wallaceburg Griffins; A skilled, tough and rag-tag undersized group of … Continue reading THE GRIFFIN GOATS

JCBL 50th Season Finally in Full Swing; Standings and Team by Team Analysis

After battling Mother Nature for the first two months of the season, the Japanese Canadian Baseball League is finally in the swing of things in their monumental 50th season. The combination of cold and thunderstorms from the beginning of May caused many of the first weeks of the season to be washed out and created an imbalance … Continue reading JCBL 50th Season Finally in Full Swing; Standings and Team by Team Analysis

Canada Grounded By the UFC

Anyone out there ever get grounded or have something they love taken away from them because of bad behaviour? My parents used that one early and often in my mischievous childhood and I can't help but think that the UFC is playing Daddy on Canada right now. It is no secret now that UFC 178, … Continue reading Canada Grounded By the UFC