A short order of links:
Ottawa beats the Leafs again -- that's six in a row, whether you're talking about the season series or the Toronto losing streak.
The Raptors came out of Kobeshock and were beaten in Denver, which means that the MLSE pucks 'n hoops juggernaut finishes up their combined road trip with one win and 10 losses (I will be back in the blogging fray later today, hopefully, yesterday's entry having been sidelined along with the rest of me due to a shoulder separation, which is so, so not Pape Sow.)
Out of his meeting with his paymasters yesterday, Sven-Goran Eriksson got a golden handshake and the news that he'll be replaced as England manager -- after the World Cup. And you know they're making book on his replacement as we blog.
Woodbine rider Emma-Jayne Wilson has been named North America's top apprentice jockey at the annual Eclipse Awards.