3:34 AM EDT, Tue May 26, 2015
Toronto Maple Leafs Rumors & News
Pension Plan Puppets 4 hours ago
Rimouski unable to answer goaltending question, falls to 0-2 in the tournament. The game, a 7-3 rout by the Kelowna Rockets, was won by early chances. Even though it was played in the Rimouski Oceanic's home arena, the team never got a chance to rally their fans behind them. The arena was silenced almost immediately by the visiting Rockets at the 53rd second of the game, when Nick Merkley scored his first of two. As Jeff Marek pointed out, Merkley is draft eligible this year, and carried some of Kelowna's fire tonight. Nick Merkley goes skate to stick for slick goal to give Rockets an...
Don Cherry offered some unsolicited advice he conceded would “upset a lot of people”
Leafs Now | Toronto Sun May 24, 2015
NEW YORK — Alain Vigneault doesn’t question what he has in veteran forward Martin St. Louis. “Marty is still a kid at heart,” Vigneault, the New York Rangers’ head coach, said following his team’s morning skate at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. “Anybody that’s around him knows that he is very passionate about the game.” […]
Toronto Sun May 24, 2015
Little did Joel Quenneville know he has now been part of the two fastest, three-goal bursts in the history of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Leafs Beat | Globe and Mail May 22, 2015
Todd McLellan’s $3-million-a-year package in Edmonton is seen as a more-realistic benchmark for NHL coaching salaries
It was almost as if the two miserable seasons in Toronto never even happened.
Letter writers discuss the Toronto Maple Leafs and other issues of the day.
Toronto Star May 22, 2015
University team was on the verge of folding when new Leafs coach led them to a national title in 1994.
Hunter, hired as the Leafs director of player personnel in October, had worked as a junior hockey GM for more than two decades
For two days, Todd McLellan was the highest-paid coach in the National Hockey League
Grand Rapids Press May 22, 2015
The former Detroit Red Wings coach was believed to be on the verge of signing a contract with the Sabres when he instead signed an eight-year, $50-million deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The name kept coming up. Time and time again.
As soon as it became official on Wednesday that Mike Babcock was going to be the next coach of the Maple Leafs, the phone lines started burning up.
Toronto Sun May 21, 2015
Considering Babcock hasn’t skated in a meaningful hockey game since 1988, you are correct to assume he will not score a single goal for the Leafs.