It’s something that comes with being a fan of the Toronto Maple Leafs. You hear it on the radio each morning, on SportsCentre every night and in water-cooler discussion at […]
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Recent Articles by Lukas
It’s no easy job being Toronto Maple Leafs captain. Dion Phaneuf has held that position since 2010, but with the team’s recent collapse, should he still?
It’s been another season to forget for the Toronto Maple Leafs. While it may seem like this team will never find their way again in the NHL, there is reason to […]
It’s been one heck of a hockey season even beyond the NHL. From dramatic incidents to big hits and emerging stars, the 2013-2014 campaign hasn’t failed to excite. Nothing, however, […]
James Reimer’s 2013-14 NHL season has been a rough one, but in no way has his poor play been his own fault.
Fans and media were none too pleased with the Maple Leafs’ decision to re-sign Tyler Bozak last summer, but it’s a move that has turned out well.
At first glance it would appear the Toronto Maple Leafs are having a nice season. In reality, this is a team that needs to prove itself.
The Thomas Vanek trade impacted more teams than just the Canadiens and Islanders. The Maple Leafs were having a good day until he swapped teams.
Ryan Kesler has turned out to be one of the most sought-after players leading up to the 2014 NHL trade deadline. Despite what is slowly sounding to be more and […]
There is something special about to happen in the NHL. Not on-ice but rather away from the rink up in the press boxes and executive offices. It only happens once […]
Never has Randy Carlyle experience Toronto hockey criticism like this. We know it will end at some point, but how much longer do Leafs fans have to wait?
It seems like most Toronto Maple Leafs fans couldn’t be more concerned about their team right now when in reality they should be happy.