Hockey has a new product that hopes will make social changes within the game. Pride Tape, a rainbow-coloured stick tape, was created to promote the inclusion of LGBTQ athletes in sports.
Former Leafs general manager Brian Burke is returning to the Ducks.
Burke, who was fired in January 2013, was kept on in an advisory role to the Toronto club, but will now return to the Anaheim Ducks as a part-time scout.
Burke was in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan on Friday to watch the Leafs 2012 first round draft pick Morgan Rielly step on the ice for the Warriors home opener.
Count the executives with the Toronto Maple Leafs as unimpressed with ESPN. Last week, ESPN The Magazine published its yearly installment of their “Ultimate Rankings,” a list of all the professional teams from the NBA,…
The 2011-12 NHL season kicks off for the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday, and it may very well be Ron Wilson’s last with the team. The Leafs’ head coach is in the last year of a four-year contract he signed in 2008, when then-Leafs general manager Cliff Fletcher inked the former San Jose Sharks bench boss to a deal that Wilson’s Team USA friend and old buddy, Brian Burke, inherited. At the time, Wilson was seen as a fairly solid hire for the Leafs, considering he was on the heels of a very successful tenure with the Sharks, at least in the regular season, and also considering he once coached the Washington Capitals to the Stanley Cup Finals.
Wayne Simmonds was the victim of a thoughtless act last week but has now found himself embroiled in more controversy.
It’s not only the goaltenders that are battling for a spot on the Toronto Maple Leafs final roster, but also forwards Matt Frattin and Nazem Kadri.
Toronto Maple Leafs have re-signed restricted free-agent (RFA) defenceman Luke Schenn just in time for him to report to training camp on schedule.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ top prospects will get a chance to show off their stuff in the next few days. Jake Gardiner, Matt Frattin, Jerry D’Amigo and 2011 first round pick Stuart Percy are among…
After winning its opening two games of the season for the first time since 1999, Toronto had been abuzz after Saturday’s 5-1 win over provincial-rival Ottawa. As quick as fans of the blue-and-white were to get excited about a franchise that has not given much to cheer for since the lockout, many outsiders were mocking those Leaf supporters for planning the parade route.