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Thirty In Thirty: Toronto Maple Leafs

Season In Review

It’s safe to say that it was an absolutely miserable year in Toronto. The Maple Leafs finished second-to-last in the Eastern Conference with a record of 30-44-8 (68 points), only better than the Buffalo Sabres. 613 more words


The Off-Ice All-Star Team

This summer has been a whirlwind for the Toronto Maple Leafs Organization. Everyone knows about the trading away of Phil Kessel and the draft where the Leafs picked up players like… 413 more words

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Brodeur 'was really surprised' to see Lamoriello join Maple Leafs

Former New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur was shocked to see Lou Lamoriello leave the organization and become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. 323 more words


Bernier Re-Signs With Maple Leafs; Justified Or Not?

The Toronto Maple Leafs and restricted free-agent (well not restricted anymore) agreed to a two-year $8.3 million contract last weekend, before an impartial arbitrator could settle the dispute for them this past Monday. 876 more words


Roger Goodell Can Fix NFL's Discipline System By Following NHL's Lead

BOSTON (CBS) — The furor over Roger Goodell being incapable of serving as a fair and just overseer of NFL discipline is certainly nothing new, but the prominence of the perpetrator and the relative meaninglessness of the alleged illegal action has made DeflateGate into the commissioner’s biggest mess yet. 1,271 more words


Maple Leafs goalie Jonathan Bernier signs $8.3 million, two-year deal

TORONTO – As the Toronto Maple Leafs launch into a full-scale rebuild, they’ve signed Jonathan Bernier for two important years to see if he’s their goaltender of the future. 633 more words


Analyzing Lou Lamoriello's Move to Toronto

Maple Leafs President Brendan Shanahan shocked the hockey world by naming longtime New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello the new General Manager in Toronto. In true Lou fashion, the media knew nothing of the hiring beforehand, and the move left more than few people in the NHL community with more than a few questions: Why would Lamoriello, at 72 years old, leave New Jersey for a full-time GM job? 346 more words