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Called Up to the Show: Hockey Players and Rock Stars

In many ways, a hockey game plays out like a song. Each member must participate in the harmonious rhythm to find success together. Each game possesses its own timbre and […]

by · March 5, 2015 · 0 comments · Humor
Peter Ing with the Toronto Maple Leafs (INGcorporated)

Leafs Need to Stop Recognizing Mediocre Greats

It was a historic night in Toronto Saturday. The team won their first game it what seemed like forever, and on top of that hosted Homecoming Night at the Air […]

Dave Bolland suffered a lacerated leg during the Maple Leafs loss to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday. (Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports)

Top 5 Battle of Ontario Moments

Ever since the late 1990’s when the Toronto Maple Leafs were added back to the Eastern Conference, there has been a brutal rivalry between the only two Ontario-based teams in […]

by · October 21, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Ottawa Senators, Toronto Maple Leafs
Phil Kessel and Tyler Bozak celebrating goals together has become common in Toronto (John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Maple Leafs: Non-Leafs Still Salary Cap Hits

With the season looming – and rosters being set – some teams are fighting to drop under the cap by moving players to long-term injury reserve or sending others to […]

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Ten Most Hated Toronto Maple Leafs Of All-Time

As sports fans, most of the allure is drawn from our longing to see our favorite teams bring home a championship. Championships are great, but not every team or fan […]

Epic Flyers Moments: Sami Kapanen’s Heart VS. Toronto Maple Leafs

Epic Flyers Moments: Sami Kapanen’s Heart VS. Toronto Maple Leafs

In 2004, the diminuitive Sami Kapanen was one of the fastest players in the NHL. Standing only 5’9″, his speed went unmatched in both “Fastest Skater” events before the All-Star […]

Mats Sundin (Mike Lynaugh Photography)

The Maple Leafs and the Legacy of the Muskoka Five

February 11, 2012 was a bittersweet night for LeafsNation. Mats Sundin, the classy and consummate captain, was honoured with his #13 raised to the rafters. A familiar face in Tomas […]

by · February 14, 2012 · 2 comments · Archives, Toronto Maple Leafs
Book Review:  Hockey Superstitions

Book Review: Hockey Superstitions

Hockey Superstitions: From Playoff Beards to Crossed Sticks and Lucky Socks.  By Andrew Podnieks.  (2010, Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, Ltd. Softcover. Pp. 175. $19.99 CAN/$17.95. ISBN 978-0-7710-7108-9) Every athletic league […]

Maple Leafs start strongly…here’s how to keep it going

Maple Leafs start strongly…here’s how to keep it going

As every Toronto Maple Leafs’ fan knows, that was a big win last night against the Montréal Canadiens. Not just because it was two points in the standings. Because it established a very strong jumping-off point for the rest of the season. The Leafs did three very specific things last night v. Montreal that, if they keep doing them throughout the next 81 games, will mean a very successful season for Toronto.

by · October 8, 2010 · Comments are Disabled · Toronto Maple Leafs
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Who Makes The Colorado Avalanche out of Camp?

It’s that time of the year again. Arena crews are painting logo’s and starting to lay down ice and training camps around the league are starting to open. In fact, […]

by · September 13, 2010 · 3 comments · Colorado Avalanche, Prospects