It has been a sweet start for the Jays (Jesse Litsch's tightness in his right forearm notwithstanding). Try to ignore that the Baltimore Orioles had the best record in the American League nine days into last season, or that the Jays had an 11-game win streak last season vs. AL Central teams, which is all they've seen so far.
(Tonight's starting pitching matchup must be Debbie Downer vs. Buzz Killington.)
C'est la vie for the CBC: "For weeks, it will be the all-hockey channel. After that, it's all over for the CBC of the last two seasons." (John Doyle, Globe & Mail.)
Some would like to see Toronto get a second NHL team. You know the old joke: They should start with one.
The Calgary police are warning people to watch it on the Red Mile while the Flames are in the playoffs. Edmonton would like to have that problem.
Roy Mlakar would never toot his own horn, but an awful lot of media folk are going out of their way to say he should remain as Ottawa Senators president. It just seems curious. The Senators radio contract is up for renewal, which is presumably a rubber-stamp for The Team 1200, since who else is going to do it?
It was amusing how almost no one paid attention to the women's hockey worlds all last week. Then Canada got gobsmacked in the gold-medal game, which could have been seen coming.