Private Day Tour to Niagara Falls from Toronto



Private Day Tour to Niagara Falls from Toronto

Private Day Tour to Niagara Falls from Toronto



$126.34

Enjoy a fantastic, custom, private, full day trip/tour from Toronto, Canada to wondrous Niagara Falls, Canada in a private, casually upscale vehicle. Downtown Toronto Hotel/Air BnB/B&B/Residential pick up/drop off. Includes the beautiful, old town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. You can wander, shop, eat and see all the sights. Enjoy tastings at 2-3 Niagara Region wineries of your choice, if you wish. Then down the parkway and off to Niagara Falls, Canada "The Wonder of It All." A great adventure, this tour is a minimum 8-hour day full of activity. Your guides are born and raised in Niagara and know the best wine routes and restaurants, and all the ins and outs of what makes Niagara so unique. Not to be missed!


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Mysterious Russian Ushers In New Era In Toronto

Toronto Maple Leafs draft pick Sergei Federov contemplates life while skating for his national team. Toronto, ON (CP) - After a terrible season full of downs and outright incompetence, the fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs were rewarded in the 1989 JAFHL Entry Draft with the third overall pick. Full of hope and beaming with excitement, the Leaf faithful were bummed out when it was revealed that their cursed squad had selected Sergei Federov, a Soviet Union forward who no one had ever seen play for CSKA Moscow. In North American circles, there are very few things known about the 6'1 Federov, other than the fact that he put up 17 points in 44 games last season for the club in the Soviet capital. Those seem like a disappointing return for where he was chosen, though the few scouts that have seen him play say he is lightning quick with the potential to become the league's best player. Although that is far from the only question about the mysterious Russian, it is definitely the most pressing. His compatriot Alexander Mogilny defected this past offseason to join up with the Buffalo Sabres, and his bold choice have left many wondering what could be in store for future Soviet hockey players. Though many, like Federov and the Leafs, will be emboldened by Mogilny's actions, it is likely that their home country will tighten restrictions and keep a closer eye on their star youth. In the meantime, Maple Leaf fans will have to be content with another season of Wendel Clark's bone-crushing hits and Al Iafrate's hair. In addition to Federov, Toronto only has a fourth round pick in the upcoming draft. They traded their second rounder as part of the deal to bring in superstar goalie Glen Healy from the Islanders, and their third round pick was moved to Philadelphia for centre Keith Acton.


Dajuan Wagner was the top high school basketball player in 2001. He averaged 42.5 points per game and scored 100 points in a single game. Allen Iverson, who was currently leading the NBA in scoring, was so impressed he had to take a trip to Camden, New Jersey to see for himself. Wagner would go on to average 21 points a game at Memphis for John Calipari and lead them to an NIT Championship. Wagner turned pro and was taken with the sixth overall pick in the 2002 NBA Draft. So why do so few people know this legend? His NBA career didn’t exactly pan out, mostly due to some injuries and personal events. Let’s get into it. Dajuan Wagner dominated every single game of his New Jersey high school basketball career. He scored 80 points in one game as a junior and 100 in a game as a senior.


In his senior season, he averaged 42.5 points a game. Wagner accomplished all of this in a league where the games are only 32 minutes long; that’s eight-minute quarters. An NBA game is 48 minutes long and college games are 40 minutes. This means Wagner must’ve scored over three points a minute. If that doesn’t sound that impressive to you, think of it like this. If James Harden scored at the same rate Wagner did in his 100-point game, he would score 150 points in a regulation NBA game. 1 overall recruit in his class. Keep in mind, at this point in time, players could still go from high school to the NBA. Check out the highlights from his 100-point game. I know it's hard to believe, but this video has every one of his buckets from that game. Dajuan’s father, Milt Wagner, was the main reason Dajuan made the decision to attend Memphis.


Milt, a retired NBA player, thought that Dajuan’s game needed to be refined and polished in college and he thought that Calipari was the man for the job. Wagner averaged 21.2 points, 3.6 assists, and 2.5 rebounds in his only season at Memphis. Wagner would lead the Tigers to a NIT championship that year. Wagner was named NIT MVP and declared for the draft shortly after, but not without some extra motivation. Wagner wanted to return for his sophomore season, but head coach John Calipari knew Wagner had lottery pick talent and wouldn’t let him take the risk. Calipari called Wagner into his office and ripped up his scholarship right in front of him. Sure enough, Wagner was off to the NBA. Wagner was drafted sixth overall in the 2002 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers. 7.4 million rookie deal in Wagner’s pockets. Wagner would average 13.4 points a game as a rookie, but both his minutes and production would steadily decrease over the next three seasons.


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