Stephen Brunt
With more than 30 years of experience in sports media, author and award-winning journalist Stephen Brunt has seen and covered it all. Currently a columnist for sportsnet.ca and Sportsnet magazine, Brunt covers a wide range of sports on a daily basis, including baseball, boxing and hockey.
Keep the horse, but it's time the CFL looked forward, not back
Stephen Brunt
It is good to have a rich past. It is good to have a sport that, beginning with its very origins, is rooted in its homeland. But for the Canadian Football League, that vast and colourful history can sometimes also be a straightjacket.
Canucks fans' love of Burrows rooted in how we choose our heroes
Stephen Brunt
Big Read: Alomar remains the greatest player in Blue Jays' history
Stephen Brunt
Stephen Brunt has seen his fair share of stars pass through Toronto, but not a single one better than Roberto Alomar, the most perfect ballplayer in Blue Jays' history.
Floyd Mayweather enhances place in history by sticking to familiar script
Stephen Brunt
Floyd Mayweather Jr. wasn’t always thrilling to watch, but the ride, circus and conversation generated was fun for a lot of people while it lasted.
Mayweather vs. McGregor isn't your typical mega-fight
Stephen Brunt
Amid the Mayweather-McGregor hype, don't forget this is theatre
Stephen Brunt
By the time the bell rings in Las Vegas, the money will already be in the bank, and there will be plenty of it, because it is clear that the single-most important hurdle has been cleared: belief.
Don Matthews's brilliant, lone wolf style was perfect fit for CFL
Stephen Brunt
Don Matthews was a big personality in a small league, too big, it sometimes felt, to be contained within its boundaries.
From Obregon to Toronto: Marco Estrada's road to the big leagues
Stephen Brunt
Big Read: How family got Aaron Sanchez from Barstow to The Bigs
Stephen Brunt
Mike Shipley saw his son's potential before anyone else. And even if he had to drag him to practice, Mike was going to do everything he could to get Aaron Sanchez to the majors.