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razor's edge: lost hockey moustaches of toronto, from jack adams to lou lamoriello

“It was my agent who brought it up to me,” said Martin. “I don’t know the exact rules, but (GM Lou Lamoriello) wants guys to be clean shaved and have relatively short hair.

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Maple Leafs

Rick Zamperin: Red hot Leafs don’t need much tinkering

There is only one thing Maple Leafs fans don’t like about the team’s current hot streak.

Five straight wins and victories in 10 of their last 12 games, what’s not to like? 312 more words


2017-2018 So Far

Off Season Action

After a strong showing in the 2016-2017 NHL Playoffs against the heavy favorited Washington Capitals, the Leafs understood that their would have to be work done individually and as a team in order for the team to improve. 310 more words

Auston Matthews

Rebuild = Almost Complete

Pain is Coming

It was the summer of 2015, the Toronto Maple Leafs had just named Mike Babcock the teams new head coach. Many would argue that “Babs” is one of the best coaches in hockey, so when he said “ 354 more words

Brendan Shanahan

How did the Toronto Maple Leafs start to charm European free agents? Thank the unknown scout

In the pursuit of Nikita Zaitsev, free-agent defenceman, a little-known scout named Jim Paliafito played the part of successful starting pitcher.

He worked the first several innings, did all the necessary diligence on Zaitsev, before Brendan Shanahan and Lou Lamoriello came out of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ front-office bullpen and closed the deal at a Moscow restaurant. 1,304 more words


For Maple Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello, 'one day at a time' isn't a cliche, it's a mantra

TORONTO — Lou Lamoriello is as cold as the ice the Toronto Maple Leafs skate on.

It’s part of his charm. It’s part of his success. 913 more words


Decision day: Now that training camp is over, who will the Toronto Maple Leafs cut?

By Monday, Mike Babcock will be barking at the Toronto Maple Leafs in their first regular-season practice.

But first, there will be some final surgery to the team’s bloated pre-season roster, presided over by general manager Lou Lamoriello. 813 more words