In a summer of craziness, there was the Toronto Maple Leafs. As we polish off the Eastern Conference, today we put James Tanner of The Hockey Writers on the hot seat. We gave him […]
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Often in sports, the term ‘mishandled’ is used to refer to the development of prospects. Sometimes, however, we look at veteran players and wonder how their careers may have differed […]
James Reimer and the Toronto Maple Leafs came to terms on a two-year contract, worth $4.6 million annually, to avoid going to salary arbitration. It was the second such signing […]
The Detroit Red Wings always seem to find the gems late in the NHL draft – a skill they’ve been praised for over their storied history. The Pittsburgh Penguins draft […]
So Leafs Nation (I HATE to call it that) went apoplectic yesterday around 2pm when it was announced that Randy Carlyle was not only being retained by the club, […]
After weeks of silence, Brendan Shanahan and company made a pretty loud statement, and its one that supports (at least for the time being) head coach Randy Carlyle. There is […]
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 […]
With less than two weeks left in the 2013-14 NHL regular season, the Toronto Maple Leafs and their fans will have to settle for another year without playoff hockey. For […]
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 […]
Everyone knows the Maple Leafs have been on a skid this month. A bad one. At the wrong time. Tuesday’s loss to the St. Louis Blues marked Toronto’s sixth regulation […]
The current six-game (and counting?) losing streak has been hard to take for even the most optimistic of Leaf fans. Watching a team go from possible home-ice advantage in […]
James Reimer’s 2013-14 NHL season has been a rough one, but in no way has his poor play been his own fault.