Nobody expected this to happen. Well, I think many of us expected it to happen eventually, but not this early. If you told me back in the summer that Mike Babcock would be the first coach fired in 2019-20, I wouldn’t have believed you.
It’s all about Mike Babcock right now. With the Maple Leafs massively underachieving, the head coach is on the hot seat and fans are wondering when the plug is finally going to be pulled.
On last night’s edition of Saturday Headlines, among a wealth of other Leafs-related discussions, Elliotte Friedman reported that the team have received trade inquiries on Tyson Barrie.
The Leafs are struggling as of late, with back-to-back-to-back losses since their encouraging three-game winning streak earlier in the month. Let’s take a look at what people are saying during these trying times.
Feeling particularly frustrated with the Leafs and their sluggish start? Well, you could be in luck. There are plans, yet again, to bring a second NHL team to Toronto.
It’s the end of October and the 2019-20 season is roughly one month old. Though there’s a butt-load of hockey left to be played, we can start to get a pretty good idea of who’s good and who’s bad at this point.
It’s a TRIFECTA! For the third time this week, Craig Button has teed off on the Toronto Maple Leafs. Hey, if it ain’t broke, why fix it? Bad-mouthing The Centre Of The Universe, especially when times are as tense as they are right now, is a great way to get your name in the news…
In case you didn’t have enough Craig Button bad-mouthing the Leafs content after yesterday’s Matthews isn’t on Drasaitl’s level comment, don’t worry, I’ve got you. Button also said that the Leafs are nowhere near being a Stanley Cup contender.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are undefeated. I mean, it’s only been two games, but they’re currently on pace to go 82-0. Stats don’t lie!
Welcome to The Leafs Nation’s 2019 Atlantic Review in which we take a team-by-team look at the other seven teams in the Atlantic Division. Today, we have the predictably unpredictable Montreal Canadiens.
It finally happened. Well, probably a decade later than anybody would have wished, but Jason Spezza is a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs. For now, at least.
Welcome to The Leafs Nation’s 2019 Atlantic Review in which we take a team-by-team look at the other seven teams in the Atlantic Division. Today, we have the most exciting thing to come out of Fort Lauderdale since Blockbuster, the Florida Panthers.