Leafs Will Improve… Won’t They?

TORONTO (June 21) — The warnings were in place; unheeded, and verily scoffed at by fans of the record–setting Toronto Maple Leafs. The same warnings that are certain to be ignored later tonight in Las Vegas after what should be… Read More

Does The Shanaplan Prevail?

TORONTO (Apr. 25) — Rapid achievement in professional sport can be intoxicating. And, hauntingly mercurial if not guided by a steady hand. With that in mind, we wonder how the Toronto Maple Leafs might proceed after graduating from the National… Read More

Infamy in San Jose

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (May 1) – It happened three times in the first 93 years of the National Hockey League. It has now happened twice in less than four years – a club falling behind 3-0 in a best-of-seven… Read More

Kessel Deserves More Credit

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (May 1) – Phil Kessel’s reward for finishing eighth in NHL scoring this season is merely a reduction of the criticism that has marked his time in a Maple Leafs jersey – a back-handed honor of Read More

Pre-Expansion Battle Looming

By HOWARD BERGER TORONTO (Apr. 9) – Cue the history books. With nine games left in the regular season, it appears rather likely that Toronto Maple Leafs will hook up with either Boston or Montreal in the opening round of Read More
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