No really, how is Carlyle still the coach?

Ryan Fancey
July 15 2014 10:46AM

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To a certain section of Leafs fans, Randy Carlyle has become a video game boss you just can't get around. You can break down the roster a million ways, complain about cap hits, project line combinations, even cut management some slack from time to time, but then you remember Carlyle's the guy in charge and you just want to quit.

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Leafs Want All The Things

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
July 14 2014 10:58PM

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In typical fashion, Tim Leiweke is swinging for the fences on behalf of the Toronto Maple Leafs. No, this isn't another article about Steven Stamkos (we did that yesterday). We're talking about the 100th anniversary, and the things that he wants the team to do off the ice in 2017. On the list is, well, everything.

The Draft. The Winter Classic. The All Star Game. He even wants the World Cup Of Hockey. From the horse's mouth: 

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The Leafs made a hire I liked. Crazy, I know!

Cam Charron
July 14 2014 12:32AM

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I wasn't able to get to it on the weekend, but I'd like to expand on a few tweets I made after the Leafs hired Peter Horachek as an assistant coach. I really like the hire. Horachek was a coach who got certain results in Florida (huh? you might ask) that I don't think a lot of coaches would.

Horachek isn't going to be the guy who succeeds Randy Carlyle when the Leafs eventually make the decision to can him, but he probably should be.

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Concerning Steven Stamkos

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
July 13 2014 06:00PM

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The above is obviously a photoshop from the Kessel trade. Burke is gone, Stamkos' head is on wrong, The 9 is bigger than the 1, that's an old jersey, and the wrong nameplate for an old jersey as well. But there has been a bunch of speculation that's going around. Nothing is imminent in the slightest, but here's where we're at in this "offseasonest thing to ever offseason" scenario.

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New year, same old story

Jim Lang
July 13 2014 10:30AM

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Between the end of June and early July a number of teams around the NHL made some significant moves. Whether it was a big trade or a major free agent signing, teams were not shy about making some bold moves to improve their team.

The Leafs were not one of them.


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