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Raptors did it, Canucks did it, and now Leafs: Apologizing to frustrated fansIn an open letter to fans published in newspapers across Toronto, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum signed his name at the bottom of a mea culpa: “We are disappointed with the results of this season.”“We have fallen short of everyone’s expectations, and for that we are sorry,” the letter reads. “We take full responsibility for how this team performs on the ice, and we make no excuses. The way the year ended was unacceptable. Results are the only measure of success in sports and the results speak for themselves.”

Raptors did it, Canucks did it, and now Leafs: Apologizing to frustrated fans
In an open letter to fans published in newspapers across Toronto, Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment chairman Larry Tanenbaum signed his name at the bottom of a mea culpa: “We are disappointed with the results of this season.”

“We have fallen short of everyone’s expectations, and for that we are sorry,” the letter reads. “We take full responsibility for how this team performs on the ice, and we make no excuses. The way the year ended was unacceptable. Results are the only measure of success in sports and the results speak for themselves.”

It’s official: Rogers, Bell buy majority stake in MLSECanada’s two largest telecommunications companies are close to buying a majority stake in Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd., including the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs, in a joint bid estimated to be worth about $1.4-billion that could be announced as early as Friday.A source with knowledge of events said that Rogers Communications Inc. and BCE Inc. have an agreement in principle that would split the majority 79.53% stake in MLSE currently owned by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan.Larry Tanenbaum, the Toronto-based construction magnate who owns the remaining 20.47% of MLSE, would remain chairman as a condition of his support for the transaction contemplated by Rogers and Bell. As part of a shareholders’ rights agreement, Mr. Tanenbaum has first right of refusal on any attempted sale, and would have to approve any changes to the partners’ accord, including dividing the much-coveted broadcast and Internet assets. (Photo: Brett Gundlock/National Post)

It’s official: Rogers, Bell buy majority stake in MLSE
Canada’s two largest telecommunications companies are close to buying a majority stake in Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd., including the National Hockey League’s Toronto Maple Leafs, in a joint bid estimated to be worth about $1.4-billion that could be announced as early as Friday.

A source with knowledge of events said that Rogers Communications Inc. and BCE Inc. have an agreement in principle that would split the majority 79.53% stake in MLSE currently owned by the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan.

Larry Tanenbaum, the Toronto-based construction magnate who owns the remaining 20.47% of MLSE, would remain chairman as a condition of his support for the transaction contemplated by Rogers and Bell. As part of a shareholders’ rights agreement, Mr. Tanenbaum has first right of refusal on any attempted sale, and would have to approve any changes to the partners’ accord, including dividing the much-coveted broadcast and Internet assets. (Photo: Brett Gundlock/National Post)