I have always been in coach Babcock’s corner since arriving in Toronto and have supported how he deploys the roster on most nights even if it has been unpopular with the readers of this blog. However, I have started to wonder what is Babcock’s effect on this year’s roster and is it coming to the […]
Read More The Mike Babcock Effect: Revisited
Listen to this episode of my podcast, Centre of Leafs Nation, Summer Frenzy: Toronto Maple Leafs!
Read More Centre of Leafs Nation: Summer Frenzy Podcast
I apologize for the delayed blog post to the Maple Leafs exit in 2017/2018 playoffs, but I decided quickly after the final buzzer had sounded to end game seven that I would take a couple of days to allow what had transpired to sink in. After taking a couple of days to clear my emotions […]
Read More Toronto Maple Leafs 2017/2018 Post Playoff Wrap-Up
After another poor effort by his teammates after losing to the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, Andersen had seen enough and made some interesting comments about his team’s effort in yet another tough loss. In the post game interview, Andersen stated “We’ve got to figure out who wants to commit to playing for the team” coming […]
Read More Maple Leafs, Shots Fired: Frederik Andersen
Well Leafs Nation, 2017 was the year our beloved Maple Leafs took a huge step forward in their rebuild. The early results were beyond what anyone could have expected. The start of 2017 saw the Maple Leafs play some of their best hockey in years, the dynamic trio of Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and William […]
Read More Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018: Maple Leafs Edition
Ever since Jake Gardiner arrived in Toronto on February 9th, 2011, He has been a puzzle wrapped in an enigma. Gardiner can provide flashes of out of this world talent and speed as he skates up the ice with the puck leaving opposing players in his dust. On the other hand, he can force plays […]
Read More The Good, The Bad, Jake Gardiner
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