Like a rambling old man at the dinner table, Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk took to the airwaves to take some shots at the Leafs process into building one of the best teams in the league.
On May 20th, 2015, every single Leafs fan’s dream became true and the most highly-regarded head coach in the league joined their still-laughing stock of a team.
In an act of jealousy and desperation from his media member throne, former Leafs GM Brian Burke had some weird comments on PrimeTime Sports with Gord Stellick yesterday.
After the demoralizing loss against the Chicago Blackhawks last night, the Leafs are back at practice before their back-to-back against the Flyers and the Sens – and they’re talking about big asses.
Everybody loves transactions. Most of the time they’re even more entertaining than the game themselves, but for the Leafs at this time of year, they should not happen.
Nine goddamn years Tavares spent in New York and he wasn’t even able to feel what it feels like to have a truly good team. Nine goddamn years.
Even though they’re the oldest team in the league, it doesn’t mean that they’re the wisest.
According to Frank Seravalli of TSN, the Leafs have “kicked tires” on Luke Glendening again and it’s such a stupid idea.
The Hall-of-Fame player is leaving his position with the Tampa Bay Lightning, so why would he not want to join the best front office management group in the entire league?
The Anaheim Ducks are in Toronto tonight and are bringing along their horrible head coach that used to coach this team.
There has been an insane amount of discussion lately about the possibility of offer sheets. Teams preparing to make this summer worthwhile and acquire those young RFAs with just draft pick compensation. But can it possibly be worth it?
After the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to get a key addition to their blue line, they still might need some help before they enter the postseason. Nick Jensen can be that help.