Found May 17, 2013 on
This Toronto Maple Leafs fan used his Go Pro camera to try and make some fond memories as he and his friends gathered together to watch the Boston Bruins-Leafs Game 7. Unfortunately, the Maple Leafs epic collapse gave them this depressing video. Their reactions are pretty expected, too sad and shocked that they lost to even be angry about it. This video pretty much defines what sports are all about, they can make you feel on top of the world one minute and rip your heart out the next.
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This was an experiment that clearly did not work out as planned.
According to the uploader of the below YouTube video, he’s just a Maple Leafs fan who owns a GoPro camera and wanted to capture some memorable playoff moments. However, what he ended up getting was visual evidence of a memory that will probably stick in his sports-fan brain for the rest of his life.
In any case, this...
As it’s been well-documented the Boston Bruins scored three goals in a nine-minute span of the third period to turn a 4-1 deficit to the Toronto Maple Leafs into a remarkable 4-4 tie in the memorable Game 7. That incredible flurry set the stage for the Bruins to end Toronto’s season with a Patrice Bergeron game-winning goal in overtime. Since then Maple Leaf fans have had to...
Toronto Maple Leafs Free Agents for the 2013 Off-season Current Salary Cap: $70,200,000 2013/14 Salary Cap: $64,300,000 Unrestricted Free Agents Name/Age/Current Salary Clarke MacArthur Age 28 $3,250,000 Tyler Bozak Age 27 $1,500,000 Colton Orr Age 31 $1,000,000 Ryan O’Byrne Age 28 $1,800,000 Mike Kotska Age 27 $600,000 Restricted Free Agents Name/Age/Current Salary Nazem...
Monday night seemed like it was about to be the start of a wonderful week in Toronto, Canada. The Leafs were up 4-1 on the road against the hated Boston Bruins. There were thousands of people in Maple Leaf Square just waiting for the final few minutes to tick off the clock. Phil Kessel and Leaf Nation were about to get their revenge after years of mocking.
Fate had other plans.
A.B. Nothing is more satisfying than watching these Toronto fans suffer the agony of defeat. I have no personal problem with any of these specific Leafs fans (in fact I respect their passion) but after seeing & hearing what the people of Toronto are capable of, I hope they never win the cup again.
Example #1: “Toronto Stronger” asshole.
Example #2: Marinus Calamari‘s comment...
Maple Leafs general manager Dave Nonis said that the team's collapse "doesn't diminish the steps we took as an organization."
He added that in Game 1 against Boston his team looked like a "deer in the headlights", but after that "we didn't have a player who took a night off."
Nonis also said that at this point he believes...
The sports editor of the Estevan Mercury was forced to wear embarrassing signs along a busy road after betting the Toronto Maple Leafs would beat the Boston Bruins.