Relive the 2012-2013 Toronto Maple Leafs Season

Cat Silverman
August 07 2015 12:08PM


The 2012-2013 Toronto Maple Leafs season was probably the most painful in the last decade, so bear with me. 

On May 16th, 2013, the Guardian published an article with this headline: 

"Maple Leafs add to 46 years of hurt with 10 minutes of playoff madness"

That... well, that sums it up. (I apologize in advance). 

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The Roundup

Nation World HQ
August 07 2015 07:00AM

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Babcock getting van Riemsdyk to the next level, Canucks dishing out dollars, World Junior showcase, Flames trimming the fat, Oilers reliving the Pronger trade, Dustin Byfuglien, Andrew Ladd, free agency and more in this week's Roundup.

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Relive the 2011-12 Toronto Maple Leafs Season

Jon Steitzer
August 06 2015 03:00PM

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The 2011-12 Season is a special season in Leafs history. It was the season the Leafs decided that they were going to go from being just awful to being some kind of performance art celebrating how truly awful a team can be. Really it was a season that was doomed from the start as trading up to draft Tyler Biggs is a sign that your organization is being navigated towards some choppy seas.

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Maple Leafs Announce Rookie Tournament Roster and Dates

Jon Steitzer
August 06 2015 11:10AM

It's one of those rare pieces of news that trickles out of the Leafs in August, but the official roster and game dates (all in London) have been confirmed by the organization.

The will fall on Sept 11-13, and will be against Ottawa, Montreal, and Pittsburgh in that order. More on the roster after the jump...

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Relive The 2010-11 Toronto Maple Leafs Season

Jeff Veillette
August 06 2015 09:00AM

This iternation of the Leafs was a weird one. They weren't quite the level of awful as the rebuilding teams of prior years, and they didn't provide the heartbreak of the years that would follow. They were better than the year prior, but had minimal expectation, and every pocket of success was seen as a good thing. They were pleasantly bad, if you will, and are the subject of this morning's look back.

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