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For the first time in my life, the Leafs future is bright. The Leafs seem to be moving in the right direction – the team is rebuilding. 438 more words

Brendan Shanahan

Should They Stay or Should They Go: The Phil Kessel Edition

Well, Babcock is in, and the city of Toronto is buzzing. And with good reason. Obviously, a good coach is a crucial component of any winning franchise. 2,077 more words

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Are the Leafs 'Canada's team'? Babcock stirs controversy during introduction

WATCH ABOVE: New Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock explains what caused him to choose what-he-called “Canada’s team” over other offers.

TORONTO – Canadians can get touchy when one NHL franchise is anointed as “Canada’s team,” as incoming Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock found out on Thursday. 390 more words


Start of the process: The Mike Babcock era begins in Toronto

As a Leafs fan, the beginning to the Mike Babcock era in Toronto is, so far, off to an encouraging spot.

It couldn’t have come at a better time, either. 986 more words

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Maple Leafs introduce new head coach Mike Babcock

WATCH ABOVE: Brendan Shanahan welcomes Mike Babcock as 30th head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs

TORONTO – The Toronto Maple Leafs have ushered in the… 488 more words


The Babchelor: Turning over (or around) a new Leaf

@RedWingsFeed @TheHockeySnobs The Babchelor?? LOL!! I love this so much. 👏🏽👏🏽

— tina jain (@tweeterjain) May 19, 2015

We’ll miss tweets like this for the Babchelor series. 

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Toronto Maple Leafs hiring of Mike Babcock suggests Brendan Shanahan may not be as patient as he said

TORONTO — Brendan Shanahan is apparently not working from the Oxford definition of the word “patience.”

And then he played the one and only advantage he had — money — and lured the biggest name on the coaching market, Mike Babcock, to leave the Detroit Red Wings and become the latest would-be saviour of a franchise that has not won a Stanley Cup in almost 50 years and has made the playoffs once since 2004. 926 more words