Gare Joyce
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Gare Joyce’s work has appeared in every publication from the New York Times to Canadian Hairdresser. He has written about a dozen books including The Code (a mystery novel that inspired the TV series Private Eyes) and The Wealthy Dentist (a tax-advice parable that allowed dental practitioners to extract your dental bills and fill unnumbered Swiss bank accounts). He has written about sports for 30 years and wandered over here from ESPN The Magazine.
Historian: MLB's recognition of Negro Leagues should generate excitement
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Larry Lester, the Negro Leagues historian who has spent five decades in libraries combing clippings of newspapers from bygone days, sounded a little shocked by being an overnight celebrity.
'Things aren't better': Meet the NFL's original anthem protester
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Maple Leafs front office hire Eric Joyce brings unique resumé, experience
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The Toronto Maple Leafs recently brought in Eric Joyce as director of hockey strategy. And while his name may be new to some, this is far from an out-of-the-box hire.
How Tom Webster impacted the game while (mostly) avoiding the spotlight
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He played with Mr. Hockey, coached Gretzky and helped shape today's Calgary Flames, but Tom Webster will be remembered as much for who he was off the ice as what he did on it.
Inside the high-tech super fight to find boxing's greatest heavyweight
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What do NHL scouts make of hockey in the bubble?
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NHL scouts are hockey's toughest crowd. We asked for their honest appraisals of the most unusual Stanley Cup Playoffs ever.
Meet the researcher shedding light on baseball's overlooked heroes
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Larry Lester has dedicated himself to researching the lost history and forgotten stars of the Negro Leagues, uncovering the truth behind stories he once thought were "just lore and myth and fable."
Prison to podium to Pride: The moving and complex story of Mark Leduc
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Equal parts player and pitchman, Eddie Shack defied easy categorization
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He was an entertainer, a fighter and years ahead of his time as a marketer. Former Toronto Maple Leaf Eddie Shack left an indelible mark on the hockey world.