Back in April 2000, when the then 24-year-old Tiger Woods had captured the US Open, crushing the field by a ridiculous margin of 15 strokes, a reporter asked him to describe the highs and lows of the tournament. Tiger paused for a moment, before...Read More»
With the surprise hiring Lou Lamoriello as general manager, the Toronto Maple Leafs have completed their task of assembling a Stanley-Cup worthy front office. Now, they just need some players to go with it.
The Leafs doubled down after landing the...Read More»
As the seconds ticked down in the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, 40-year-old Kimmo Timonen was having trouble fighting...Read More»
Toronto Maple Leafs fans were celebrating Wednesday as the team announced they’d just landed the highly regarded former Stanley Cup-winning coach, Mike...Read More»
While the Calgary Flames were able to breathe new life into Alberta’s playoff hopes with a clutch 4-3 win Wednesday night, the Progressive Conservatives...Read More»
The other day after my son’s peewee hockey game, I found myself musing on the passage of time.
This ragged team that I help coach (I tie skates and...Read More»
Today marks the 78th birthday of John Joseph “Jack” Nicholson, perhaps the greatest living male Hollywood actor. Born in 1937, over Nicholson's...Read More»
Conservative finance minister Joe Oliver’s 2015 federal budget lived up to expectations, including a number of measures that should please Canadian...Read More»
Jack Nicklaus turned back the clock at the Masters Par-3 Contest, delighting the fans with a hole-in-one.
The 75-year-old six time Master’s champion...Read More»
With the Canadian Pension Plan turning 50 this year, EZ interviewed Liberal leader Justin Trudeau on the important legacy of the program and why he feels...Read More»
Steve Nash, Canada’s greatest basketball player and future hall-of-famer, has announced that he will retire from the NBA, ending a brilliant 18-year...Read More»