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Strachan To Hang Up The Pen

from William Houston of the Globe and Mail:
Al Strachan's career in sportswriting is almost over. Strachan has been told that his contract at the Toronto Sun will not be renewed. He will be finished on Dec. 31 and says he's planning to retire. Strachan has been a sportswriter, mostly in hockey, for 33 years. He started at the Montreal Gazette in 1973, joined The Globe and Mail in 1980 and moved to the Sun in 1994. He was also the host of a radio show in Montreal in the 1970s and was a regular on the Hockey Night in Canada Satellite Hot Stove panel until last season, when he was replaced with Pierre LeBrun of The Canadian Press. Quebecor has cut deeply into the Toronto Sun sports department. Columnist Mike Ulmer was let go. Reporter Perry Lefko took a buyout and joined the Canadian Football League, although Lefko says he wasn't forced to leave.
continued, including news about the CBC's pitch to retain its NHL rights.

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