Pinch-hitter Russell Martin singled home the go-ahead run in the eighth inning and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Yankees 3-1 on Monday night, snapping New York’s road winning streak at six games.
Though the NHL has denied the latest expansion report, it’s always fun to analyze which cities “deserve” or “don’t deserve” to have teams.
A Bills fan group has uncovered documents that suggest rocker Jon Bon Jovi’s Toronto-based prospective ownership group has plans to relocate the franchise north of the border.
A Bills fans club recently founded to keep the NFL team in western New York has started an online petition to ban songs by Jon Bon Jovi in Buffalo-area bars.
The Nets held a 15-point lead with five minutes left in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal versus Toronto on Friday night.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police said Monday that Chiheb Esseghaier and Raed Jaser were conspiring to carry out an Al Qaeda-supported attack, but posed no imminent threat.
Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points, Kenyon Martin had another big game against Toronto, and the New York Knicks finished off a home-and-home sweep of the Raptors with a 110-84 victory Saturday night.
Officials with the Federal Motor Safety Carrier Safety Administration are trying to determine whether the bus company could legally operate in the U.S.
Five people in critical condition after a tour bus accident in New Jersey were released from the hospital and three others were upgraded to fair condition, a hospital spokeswoman said Sunday.
The country’s most famous dog show – the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show – kicks off at Madison Square Garden today.
The Toronto Maple Leafs used an impressive power-play performance to end a lengthy losing streak. The New Jersey Devils’ last effort was anything but spectacular.
Police searched the offices of the Toronto Blue Jays and turned over documents in connection with the perjury case against seven-time Cy Young winner Roger Clemens.
A top official of the National Hockey League Players’ Association denied reports Thursday that Donald Fehr, the former leader of baseball’s players’ union, accepted an offer to take the top job at the NHLPA.