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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski is checked by Pittsburgh Penguins defensemen Matt Niskanen (R) and Kris Letang (L) during the second period of their NHL hockey game in Toronto February 1, 2012. (Photo: REUTERS/Mike Cassese)

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Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski is checked by Pittsburgh Penguins defensemen Matt Niskanen (R) and Kris Letang (L) during the second period of their NHL hockey game in Toronto February 1, 2012. (Photo: REUTERS/Mike Cassese)

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It’s that time of year: Seattle Mariners right-fielder Ichiro Suzuki catches fly balls during an MLB spring training camp in Peoria, Arizona, February 18, 2012. Photo: Rick Scuteri/Reuters

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It’s that time of year: Seattle Mariners right-fielder Ichiro Suzuki catches fly balls during an MLB spring training camp in Peoria, Arizona, February 18, 2012. Photo: Rick Scuteri/Reuters

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Leafs go from bullied to bullyThis was a physical affair, with the Leafs doing most of the pushing. Dion Phaneuf hit Michael Sauer so hard that the Rangers defenceman’s helmet flew off (pictured); Luke Schenn levelled Artem Anisimov; and David Steckel sent Michael Del Zotto sliding headfirst towards the end boards in a dangerous race for the puck to prevent an icing.

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Leafs go from bullied to bully
This was a physical affair, with the Leafs doing most of the pushing. Dion Phaneuf hit Michael Sauer so hard that the Rangers defenceman’s helmet flew off (pictured); Luke Schenn levelled Artem Anisimov; and David Steckel sent Michael Del Zotto sliding headfirst towards the end boards in a dangerous race for the puck to prevent an icing.

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Uh oh. Peyton Manning has reportedly chosen to join the Denver Broncos, but what does that mean for Tim Tebow? A trade could be in the works once Manning’s contract is finalized.

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For the longest time, Mike Zigomanis tried to keep it a secret. If anyone on the team asked why he ordered the salmon when they were out at a steakhouse for dinner, he would say it was because he was not feeling well, and wanted something light to eat.The truth, while not sinister, was still unusual for a hockey player.“It’s a stigma, I guess, when you’re a vegan and guys kind of label you,” Zigomanis said of phasing himself into the diet, first cutting out red meat. “Hockey’s a big, macho sport. And when people think of vegans … what do you think of when you think of vegans? You tell me.”Long hair. Tie-dyed T-shirt.“There’s one representation,” he said with a smile. “But there’s bodybuilders, there’s MMA fighters, football players, basketball players. Triathletes, a lot of them are vegan. All the ultra-marathon runners are vegan.” (Photo: Tyler Anderson/National Post)

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For the longest time, Mike Zigomanis tried to keep it a secret. If anyone on the team asked why he ordered the salmon when they were out at a steakhouse for dinner, he would say it was because he was not feeling well, and wanted something light to eat.

The truth, while not sinister, was still unusual for a hockey player.

“It’s a stigma, I guess, when you’re a vegan and guys kind of label you,” Zigomanis said of phasing himself into the diet, first cutting out red meat. “Hockey’s a big, macho sport. And when people think of vegans … what do you think of when you think of vegans? You tell me.”

Long hair. Tie-dyed T-shirt.

“There’s one representation,” he said with a smile. “But there’s bodybuilders, there’s MMA fighters, football players, basketball players. Triathletes, a lot of them are vegan. All the ultra-marathon runners are vegan.” (Photo: Tyler Anderson/National Post)

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Linsanity lives: Forget the off night that had NBA fans worldwide wondering if the Jeremy Lin story was too good to be true. It’s still plenty good, all right.The Harvard sensation was back at his whirling ways Sunday, and the stage couldn’t have been better - against the defending champions on national TV.Lin was Lin, and that was good enough for the New York Knicks to win.Hours after the opening of “Saturday Night Live” spoofed the Lin phenomenon, the point guard had 28 points and a career-high 14 assists to carry the Knicks to a 104-97 victory that ended the Dallas Mavericks’ six-game winning streak.Photo: Chris Trotman/Getty Images

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Linsanity lives: Forget the off night that had NBA fans worldwide wondering if the Jeremy Lin story was too good to be true. It’s still plenty good, all right.

The Harvard sensation was back at his whirling ways Sunday, and the stage couldn’t have been better - against the defending champions on national TV.

Lin was Lin, and that was good enough for the New York Knicks to win.

Hours after the opening of “Saturday Night Live” spoofed the Lin phenomenon, the point guard had 28 points and a career-high 14 assists to carry the Knicks to a 104-97 victory that ended the Dallas Mavericks’ six-game winning streak.
Photo: Chris Trotman/Getty Images

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Raptors did it, Canucks did it, and now Leafs: Apologizing to frustrated fansIn an open letter to fans published in newspapers across Toronto, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum signed his name at the bottom of a mea culpa: “We are disappointed with the results of this season.”“We have fallen short of everyone’s expectations, and for that we are sorry,” the letter reads. “We take full responsibility for how this team performs on the ice, and we make no excuses. The way the year ended was unacceptable. Results are the only measure of success in sports and the results speak for themselves.”

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Raptors did it, Canucks did it, and now Leafs: Apologizing to frustrated fans
In an open letter to fans published in newspapers across Toronto, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum signed his name at the bottom of a mea culpa: “We are disappointed with the results of this season.”

“We have fallen short of everyone’s expectations, and for that we are sorry,” the letter reads. “We take full responsibility for how this team performs on the ice, and we make no excuses. The way the year ended was unacceptable. Results are the only measure of success in sports and the results speak for themselves.”

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He’s backAfter going more than two years and 26 tournaments without a win, and after so much turmoil in his personal life and with his golf game, Tiger Woods stood over a 6-foot birdie putt Sunday to win the Chevron World Challenge and felt as though nothing had changed. Photo: Robert Meggers/Getty Images

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He’s back
After going more than two years and 26 tournaments without a win, and after so much turmoil in his personal life and with his golf game, Tiger Woods stood over a 6-foot birdie putt Sunday to win the Chevron World Challenge and felt as though nothing had changed. Photo: Robert Meggers/Getty Images