Former Maple Leaf George Armstrong Dies

Ben Hamill - January 26, 2021

Former Toronto Maple Leafs captain George Armstrong, who led the outfit to an unbelievable four Stanley Cups in the 1960s, has died aged 90. Armstrong, who served as captain across an impressive 12 seasons, and played for his beloved Leaf...Read More

Toronto Fires Babcock And Hires Keefe

Ben Hamill - November 24, 2019

Let it be said that Mike Babcock gives new meaning to what it means to “tumble out the gate”. Not even being handed the plushest of contracts ever offered to any head coach in the history of the NHL worked the kind...Read More

Toronto’s Auston Matthews Makes The Big 100

Ben Hamill - February 22, 2019

It’s a great occasion to be responsible for leading your team to a golden victory, but it’s the making of a legendary year when during that same game, you reach one of the NHL’s most celebrated career-milestones: the bi...Read More

Auston Matthews Signs 5 Year Maple Leaf Contract

Ben Hamill - February 11, 2019

Star-center Auston Matthews says that he is proud to be a Maple Leaf. Matthews has just signed a 5-year extension contract with the team, just shy of his becoming a restricted free agent on July 1st. But listening to Matthews d...Read More

Disabled Fan Attends Dream Maple Leafs Game

Ben Hamill - October 15, 2018

Mick Roberts from Bishop’s Falls in Newfoundland and Labrador finally got the chance to see his beloved Toronto Hockey team, the , playing live. The weekend of the 6th of October saw...Read More

Toronto Maple Leafs at the Halfway Mark

Ben Hamill - January 12, 2015

The National Hockey League (NHL) season has reached the halfway mark. It's a long season; the teams play 82 games before the playoffs start. Given that the season is so long, each team will go through up periods and down periods. The ...Read More