The Toronto Maple leafs posted a letter to fans on the team's website Monday apologizing for another disappointing season."The Toronto Maple Leafs are a public trust with the greatest fans in the world," reads the letter signed by Larry Tanenbaum, chairman of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment."We have fallen short of everyone's expectations, and for that we are sorry. We take full responsibility for how this team performs on the ice and we make no excuses...The way this year ended was unacceptable. Results are the only measure of success in sports and the results speak for themselves."The Maple Leafs posted a 35-37-10 record and finished 13th in the Eastern Conference standings to miss the playoffs for a seventh consecutive season. Toronto was in sixth place in the East in February, but won just two of its next 17 games.