A video taking the Internet by storm — to put it mildly, it has already garnered over 19 million views on Facebook — features a pair of adorable dachshunds regaled in Toronto Maple Leafs
Toronto Maple Leafs star Phil Kessel has finally had it with what he perceives as the shoddy treatment that Dion Phaneuf has been forced to endure this season, especially from the media.
The Toronto Maple Leafs fired Randy Carlyle in early January, inserting Peter Horachek in what in hindsight can be considered an unsuccessful effort to provide a jolt to a team that has been under-pe
As TSN NHL Insider Darren Dreger eloquently and succinctly put it in a tweet, “Everyday in Tor[onto] it’s something.
Things have gone from ugly to flat-out revolting for the Toronto Maple Leafs over the past handful of games.
With the Stanley Cup Finals set to drop the puck on Wednesday night when the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings go toe-to-toe for the opportunity and glory of hoisting the most coveted trophy in
During Wednesday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs star Phil Kessel experienced some difficulties getting water from a bottle into his mouth.
In what only can be described as “Douchebag on Ice” (kinda like “Disney on Ice” but more, uh, douchey), a Toronto Maple Leafs fan managed to make his way on to the ice surface
Dion Phaneuf is a mighty big man, standing 6-foot-3 and weighing in at 214 pounds.
OYO, which for lack of a better way to put it, can be considered the Sports World LEGO.
In night filled with questionable hits, one in particular during a rough and tumble tilt between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night at Xcel Energy Center appears to have dr
Far be it from me to besmirch any person’s taste in music. Right now, I’m listening to Boz Scaggs right now for crying out loud.
Phil Kessel gives his best "Blue Steel": http://t.
In a demonstration that is sure to anger fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs — make that hockey fans and well, essentially every other self-respecting human being, save for teenage girls and weirdo
The Toronto Maple Leafs were eliminated from the playoffs on Monday night, losing its quarterfinals series to the Boston Bruins in Game 7.