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After a nine-year drought, the Toronto Maple Leafs have finally clinched a playoff spot, and the natives of this great city are going to extreme lengths to ensure that this playoff run will be one to remember. One Maple Leafs Fan has brilliantly proposed a petition to turn the iconic CN tower into a flashing goal light that will illuminate the Toronto skyline every time the Leafs score a playoff goal. The petition reads:
I am officially the 14,218th person to sign the petition. Let’s make this happen.
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from Chris Johnston of Sportsnet,
Nazem Kadri has already gotten the word out to friends and family who are looking to score some Toronto Maple Leafs playoff tickets: You’ll probably have to watch on television.
Even the players who will appear in Toronto’s first post-season run in nine years have limited access to the hottest tickets in town.
A technical glitch...
From Chris Johnston of Sportsnet,Nazem Kadri has already gotten the word out to friends and family who are looking to score some Toronto Maple Leafs playoff tickets: You’ll probably have to watch on television. Even the players who will appear in Toronto’s first post-season run in nine years have limited access to the hottest tickets in town. A technical glitch delayed the...
It has finally happened folks. After a nine year wait, Leaf fans, like myself, can rejoice as the Toronto Maple Leafs have clinched a playoff spot after beating Ottawa this past weekend 4-1. ”When we started in January, our sights were set on trying to qualify for the playoffs,” said Leaf’s head coach, Randy Carlyle in the post game press conference. Carlyle also commented...
By Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio)
James van Riemsdyk knows the playoffs are a different animal.
“You can feel it, the desperation every shift,” said the Maple Leafs forward, who has scored 11 goals in 39 playoff games in his NHL career.
Now he will have a chance to add to those totals as the Toronto Maple Leafs are heading into the playoffs for the first time since...
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Phil Kessel scored two goals to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs over the Florida Panthers 4-0 on Thursday.
Clarke MacArthur and Leo Komarov also scored for the Maple Leafs. James Reimer stopped 34 shots for his fourth shutout of the season. Nazem Kadri had a pair of assists.
Jacob Markstrom made 13 saves for Florida, which played its final home game of the season...
The Toronto Maple Leafs officially have secured their first playoff berth in nine years, but that doesn't mean they'll coast through the final three regular-season games.
Tampa Bay Lightning coach Jon Cooper hopes his eliminated team won't do so, either.
Toronto looks to send host Tampa Bay to a seventh consecutive defeat while winning for the sixth time in the last...
The Toronto Maple Leafs are trying to regain their momentum and potentially improve their seeding before heading into the playoffs for the first time in eight seasons.
They'll try to sweep a season series from the Florida Panthers for the first time in seven years Thursday night.
Toronto (25-16-5) has already clinched a postseason berth, and is trying to gain ground in the...