Yes, it’s true. Ex-Province Sports blogger (hey, remember the replace the Kurtenbloggers campaign?), The Leafs Nation overlord, Yahoo Sports junior hockey writer and personal trainer Cam Charron has been hired by the Toronto Maple Leafs to work under assistant GM Kyle Dubas in a three-person analytics department. 381 more words
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Fans in Toronto have been waiting for Brendan Shanahan to leave his footprint on the team since taking over as the president of hockey operations. Today may have been what they’ve been waiting for. 193 more words
With Brendan Shanahan in the fold, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ executive team may just earn enough money to qualify for the CBA’s salary floor.
Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun reported Saturday that the newly-minted president’s contract with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment is worth $2.5 million per season over five years. 56 more words
“Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” – Winston Churchill
One could argue that the current senior vice-president and general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs has unfortunately repeated Leaf management sins of the past. 645 more words
TORONTO — Brendan Shanahan’s first off-season as Toronto Maple Leafs president is almost over, but that doesn’t mean he’s done.
The Leafs have kept their head coach and their captain, but Brendan Shanahan has been busy making sure the team that ended the season is different from the one that will begin next season. 461 more words
TORONTO – Phil Kessel believes the Toronto Maple Leafs are well-positioned to avoid the late-season tailspin that cost them a playoff spot last spring.
After losing 12 of their final 14 games, the Leafs have had an off-season of change, from the hiring of Brendan Shanahan as team president to changes on Randy Carlyle’s coaching staff. 232 more words