After a long up and down ride, the 2011-2012 regular season is over. That gives us all a great chance to look back on the season that was and reflect on all that went down. It was a rather eventful campaign for the Toronto Maple Leafs; one that went from triumph to devastation. Now we must take a close look back and examine not only what went wrong, but also what went right. We now start a three-part series on the Leafs’ 2011-2012 campaign, kicking things off by looking in the mirror at what was expected of the team heading into the season, to what everyone experienced as it progressed.
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The 2011-2012 regular season has finally come to a close and the playoffs have begun, which means it’s now time to take a look back at the season that was […]
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And just like that it was all over. The Habs defeat the Leafs 4-1 in the season’s last game in the city where the sport was conceived. The fans were […]
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