Ron Maclean

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THE DON ABIDES

TORONTO - It will be a new-look "Hockey Night in Canada" next season but with the same, old Don Cherry.The colourful former NHL head coach will return for a 29th season of his popular Coach's Corner s...
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What'll Happen To Don Cherry?

TORONTO - Don Cherry knows as much about his future on "Hockey Night in Canada," as his fans — nothing.The high-profile hockey commentator's employment status is in doubt after Rogers took control of...

Don Cherry Is Holding CBC Hockey Back

Don Cherry's regressive rhetoric betrays Canada's reputation as a nation of inclusiveness and cultural tolerance. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has tolerated this treatment for too long. Don Cherry's distasteful diatribes belong in hockey's past, not in the Canadian national pastime's present or future.
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Sex Toys: Helping You Score During the NHL Lockout

We've lost our past-time. Now we are in danger of losing our marbles. But our great (and apparently resilient and creative) country have apparently decided to fill the mighty void with...sex toys. They're flying out the door like there's no tomorrow -- or, at very least, like there's no hockey today. Talk about good vibrations.

Ron Maclean's Secret Life as a Mentor to the Homeless

Ron Maclean of Hockey Night in Canada, stood in a classroom told the story of Frank O'Dea, the co-founder of Second Cup, who was at one time a homeless panhandler living on the streets of Toronto. Ten students listened carefully to the account and watched as Maclean simultaneously jotted a phone number on the blackboard. "Frank got off the street," the hockey commentator said, "because he had mentors who helped him. "This is my home phone number."