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The Morning Skate, April 19: Ledgeview burns down, Philly acts out, Bob Cole naps and a ball boy plays it cool

Ledgeview Golf and Country Club in Abbotsford has been home to some of Canada’s great golfers. Ray Stewart, James Lepp, Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor have all laced them up in the Ledgeview clubhouse. 1,974 more words

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Kadri & Rielly locked up; End of season notes & more on Maple Leafs Round Up 4.14

Leafs lock up Kadri, Rielly to six-year deals (CP)

“There’s no question they have a level that they haven’t reached yet,” Lamoriello said on a conference call. 1,409 more words

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Bye Bye Claude? More...

As we await the Boston Bruins press conference in a mere 9 hours, I wanted to address one more thing.  Wanted to get it out before Don Sweeney announces he is tacking two more years onto Claude’s contract tomorrow.   1,217 more words

Maple Leafs brain trust maintains mantra of patience as attention turns to draft

TORONTO — If April 30 ends with the Toronto Marlies ahead in an AHL playoff series and NHL draft lottery balls dropping to the benefit of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the rebuild could go into overdrive. 736 more words


Patrik Elias, Devils Cap 2015-2016 Season in the Most Perfect Way

Coming into the season, nobody expected the Devils to be any good. Most had them in the bottom five in the NHL. A few eternal optimists thought they could grab a wild card spot and make the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-2012 season. 863 more words


Toronto Maple Leafs GM Lou Lamoriello happy with progress but says ‘there will be more pain’

TORONTO — Despite their lowly place in the NHL standings, Maple Leafs general manager Lou Lamoriello says everything has gone better than expected for Toronto this season, from the promising performance of the team’s youngest prospects to Mike Babcock’s effect behind the bench. 697 more words


Toronto Maple Leafs' management supergroup has the ship pointed in the right direction

How was it going to work? Everyone in hockey wanted to know.

How were Brendan Shanahan, Lou Lamoriello and Mike Babcock, three ultra-competive hockey men, three largely controlling figures, none of them short of ego, all of them extremely well-paid, going to get along, work together and begin the process of putting the Toronto Maple Leafs back on the hockey map? 862 more words