New Raptors general manager Jeff Weltman (centre), seen here with head coach Dwane Casey (left) and team president Masai Ujiri last year, is embracing his new role with the team. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/Files)

Raps GM unfazed by anonymity

The general manager nobody knows is standing in the hallway outside the Raptors dressing room, talking about basketball and his father and the nervous stomach he was feeling 30 minutes to tip off.

Oilers goalie Cam Talbot is off to a quick start after early-season struggles last year in Edmonton. (Shaughn Butts/Postmedia Network)

Keeping pucks out a struggle sometimes

During times like these, when Toronto’s Frederik Andersen cannot seem to stop a beach ball and Calgary’s Brian Elliott has a save percentage that is worse than 32 other goalies, it’s worth looking back at what Cam Talbot went through a year ago.

Maple Leafs goalie Frederik Andersen had another tough night in net, this time against the Lightning, who scored seven goals on Tuesday. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun)

Leafs goaltending, defence suspect in loss

Holy s---, indeed. Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock resorted to using the expression on Tuesday morning when pressed about the state of the team’s goaltending, specifically Frederik Andersen.

Bill Comrie, shown here at an unveiling following a major donation to MacEwan University Athletics in 2015, became part owner of the Chicago Cubs in 2015. The Cubs are pursuing their first World Series championship since 1908. (Greg Southam)

Jones: Comrie on familiar ride

EDMONTON -- Bill Comrie was born in 1950. The last time the Chicago Cubs made it to a World Series was 1945. Today, he's part-owner of the Cubs in the World Series.

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