John Tavares Goes Down; Maple Leafs Reconfigure Roster

Toronto Maple Leafs captain John Tavares will be sidelined for a minimum of two weeks following an unfortunate finger injury late in Wednesdays 4-3 loss to the Washington Capitals. The news came at an inconvenient time for Toronto, as they approach a tough stretch of games, over the next two weeks. After a shaky start... Continue Reading →

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What to do with Mike Babcock

Lucas did an amazing job in his most recent blog offering his thoughts as to what went wrong in the playoff series against the Boston Bruins. He also correctly highlighted a lot of structural issues that haunted the Maple Leafs right from the regular season all the way through to the series loss to the... Continue Reading →

New year, same story

Game 7’s have officially become less fun and entertaining, and more stressful and disheartening. The worst part about this game 7 in particular, was that Toronto sat in the driver seat for most of the series, and could not finish the job. They looked as though they were going to bring home the series and... Continue Reading →

Toronto Maple Leafs: Who gets the “C”?

September 8th - Officially 25 days away from the season opener against the Montreal Canadiens. This game not only signifies the beginning of the Tavares era in Toronto, but this will also be another season where the Maple Leafs will not have a captain. Since the 2015/16 season, where Dion Phaneuf donned the blue letter... Continue Reading →

Manufactured Controversy: Target Mike Babcock

Since arriving in Toronto as the head coach of the Maple Leafs, Mike Babcock has brought a level professionalism and structure not seen in the Maple Leafs organization in years. There is no better evidence of this then the development and growth by the likes of Nazem Kadri and Morgan Reilly. Two players who during... Continue Reading →

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