In Burke We Trust Part 2

It’s a good day to be a Leafs fan as the mastermind proved again why he is one of the best in the business. In my last article someone called me a Burke booster and I am a fan. Like him or hate him, you have to admire Burke’s ability to do the unthinkable. BurkeContinue reading “In Burke We Trust Part 2”

Brian Burke Gets Busy

Brian Burke has officially begun the process of retooling the Toronto Maple Leafs. Within a few hours, the Leafs GM made some big moves and transformed the entire landscape of his hockey club. A seven player deal kicked things off with a bang, as the Leafs acquired Calgary’s Dion Phaneuf, Fredrik Sjostrom and Keith AulieContinue reading “Brian Burke Gets Busy”

In Burke We Trust

Sorry to everyone as it has been a while since I have blogged. It has been a long winter so far, watching the Toronto Maple Leafs fall apart at every turn. The reason this year I have not thrown my hands up and tossed something at the the TV is one person Brian Burke. AContinue reading “In Burke We Trust”

Curtis Joseph to Retire Tuesday

Former Maple Leafs goaltender Curtis Joseph will formally announce his retirement Tuesday afternoon at the Air Canada Centre, ending a career that leaves him with 454 wins. Joseph served as backup to Vesa Toskala last season in Toronto but left the team after they signed 25-year-old Jonas Gustavsson. Joseph has an impressive career under hisContinue reading “Curtis Joseph to Retire Tuesday”

Kaberle Wants to Stay in T-Dot

Tomas Kaberle has long been the subject of trade rumours in Toronto as fans go wholesale with their demands to reshape the team. If it means anything, though, the defenceman is pretty set on staying in the city even if some fans don’t appreciate his efforts. Kaberle told the Toronto Sun that he hopes toContinue reading “Kaberle Wants to Stay in T-Dot”