Terry Koshan, SudburyStar

Terry Koshan

SudburyStar

Toronto, ON, Canada

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Recent:
  • SudburyStar
  • Toronto Sun
Past:
  • The Montreal Gazette
  • The Vancouver Sun
  • Canoe
  • The Windsor Star
  • Regina Leader Post
  • National Post
  • Ottawa Sun
  • The Standard
  • Winnipeg Sun
  • Calgary Sun

Recent articles by Terry:

Walker pitches in, Jays get timely hitting to beat Phillies and end six-game losing streak

Charlie Montoyo might have wanted to pull his mask up over his eyes in the seventh inning on Sunday in Philadelphia. The Blue Jays, desperately looking to end a season-high six-game losing streak, were in control against the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park, holding a five-run lead before the home club scored a couple of […] → Read More

Jays' pop-gun offence wastes strong Ryu start as losing streak hits season-high six

Charlie Montoyo gathered his troops on Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia. A five-game losing streak didn’t give the Blue Jays manager much choice but to speak to his club as whole for the first time this season. “I had a meeting with my team and I told them how proud I am, after everything we have […] → Read More

After brief time with Leafs, Clifford headed for the open market: Agent

Kyle Clifford’s tenure with the Maple Leafs appears to be done. → Read More

Blue-line options there for Leafs GM Dubas, who will need to get creative to add D-men

Morgan Rielly, Jake Muzzin and Justin Holl. Travis Dermott, Rasmus Sandin and Martin Marincin. Timothy Liljegren, Calle Rosen and Mikko Lehtonen. Hands up if you think that group of Maple Leafs defencemen, or six parts of it, can help lead Toronto to a Stanley Cup. We didn’t think so. Too many question marks come into […] → Read More

Leafs pass relatively quiet first month of their off-season, but expect that to change

One month and one day. A little hard to believe, perhaps, but the Maple Leafs have been idle since Aug. 9, when they were unceremoniously given an early start to summer vacation by the Columbus Blue Jackets. General manager Kyle Dubas hasn’t been sitting on his hands, but he hasn’t been overly busy either. Dubas […] → Read More

Islanders, Flyers gear up for Game 7 with free trip to Edmonton on the line

Andy Greene wasn’t acquired by the New York Islanders in February so he could let doubt creep in with the season at stake. The Islanders haven’t been able to put away the Philadelphia Flyers after taking a 3-1 series lead in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference second round, and now must push any negative thoughts aside […] → Read More

Giroux, JVR answer coach's call with first goals as Flyers stay alive with OT win

Hey Alain Vigneault, your big-name players got dressed on Tuesday night. And just in time to stick around for more of the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs. Earlier in the day, Vigneault, the coach of the Philadelphia Flyers, issued a challenge to a couple of his veterans, captain Claude Giroux and James van Riemsdyk. “I think […] → Read More

Maple Leafs add Kim to video staff as off-season changes continue

As speculation swirls about the Maple Leafs’ on-ice personnel, the club has made a couple of staff moves off the ice. → Read More

For NHL players, taking steps to ensure equality for all won't end once games resume

They’re not sticking to sports, never mind hockey. As National Hockey League players stayed off the ice Friday with games postponed for a second consecutive day, the message couldn’t have been more loud. “I understand people want to watch the games, but it’s too bad,” Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand said during one of four […] → Read More

Several options for Leafs if Dubas hangs on to first-round pick acquired from Penguins

They’re back in the first round. The trade made by Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas on Tuesday with the Pittsburgh Penguins comes out as a win, and certainly not just because he got Kasperi Kapanen’s contract off the books. Two pieces of the deal have true potential for the Leafs. Filip Hallander has the […] → Read More

Several options for Leafs if Dubas hangs on to first-round pick acquired from Penguins

They’re back in the first round. → Read More

Agent for Leafs' Andersen knows trade speculation part of the deal after early exit

Claude Lemieux understands the speculation regarding his client, Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen. Lemieux wasn’t put off by the notion that Andersen’s name is being bandied about, telling the Toronto Sun on Wednesday that such conjecture “comes with the territory” when a team with high expectations has an early exit from the post-season. The Leafs […] → Read More

Agent for Leafs' Andersen knows trade speculation part of the deal after early exit

Claude Lemieux understands the speculation regarding his client, Maple Leafs goaltender Frederik Andersen. → Read More

Assistant coaches Brewer, McFarland officially done with the Leafs

Paul McFarland officially is out. So is Andrew Brewer. The Maple Leafs announced on Friday that Brewer, who was named an assistant coach in June 2015, a month after Mike Babcock was hired, will not have his contract renewed. In May, the Leafs announced that McFarland, after just a year on the coaching staff, would […] → Read More

Assistant coaches Brewer, McFarland officially done with the Leafs

Paul McFarland officially is out. → Read More

Hyman understands where frustrated Leafs fans are coming from

Zach Hyman feels your pain, Leafs Nation. Once a fan of the Maple Leafs and now one of team’s hardest workers, Hyman gets the frustration being felt in the wake of another post-season failure. “100%, I think it’s warranted, it’s justified,” Hyman said. “This loss is probably the hardest for me. Every year you get […] → Read More

Hyman understands where frustrated Leafs fans are coming from

Zach Hyman feels your pain, Leafs Nation. → Read More

KOSHAN: Leafs steadfast in belief in each other, even if approach has to be tweaked

Belief hasn’t wavered among the Maple Leafs. Not in the front office, not among the players, not even after another early trip home from the National Hockey League’s post-season. This time, of course, it was a five-game fall against the Columbus Blue Jackets, picked by no one to win the 2020 Stanley Cup, in the […] → Read More

KOSHAN: Answering questions on his off-season to-do list now the process for Dubas

Kyle Dubas looked like he wanted to be anywhere else during the dinner hour on Monday. → Read More

Tortorella has something to get off his chest and he'll be darned if he doesn't get to say it

Spare us the crap, John Tortorella. The coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets, who often deliberately chooses to not be insightful during his media availability, took a few shots over the bow at media in Toronto on Monday. Tortorella didn’t like that Maple Leafs coach Sheldon Keefe took some heat after Columbus eliminated Toronto on […] → Read More