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The following statement was posted on the NHL.com website moments ago from Larry Tanenbaum, chairman of MLSE and part owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs:
"I was pleased to be asked to join the Player/Owner negotiation sessions. I had hoped that my perspective both as a businessman and as one of the owners of the Toronto Maple Leafs would be helpful to the process. Like all other teams, this wor...
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A man in Toronto lost his job as Santa Claus after letting a toddler know just how he felt about the kid's favorite hockey team.
A man who was acting as Santa Claus at a festival in Toronto was fired for telling a young boy that the Maple Leafs suck. The Santa apparently showed up 30 minutes late for his gig at Lowe’s Toronto Christmas Market and then proceeded to insult a 3-year-old boy. “The first thing he tells my son is, ‘Oh, you look like Paul Bunyan,’” the child’s mother told the Toronto...
Santa Claus has officially made the naughty list today for insulting a three-year old boy and his mother. The little boy was sporting a Toronto Maple Leafs beanie, which prompted Santa to tell him that he “shouldn’t be wearing that [because] they suck.” I personally don’t see the harm in honesty, but if you know anything about Toronto natives, you know that they will not...
Mary Trent of Mississauga, Ontario took her three year old son to visit Santa Claus at Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market and Santa started giving her son the business. First Mr. Claus started trash talking the kid saying his red plaid jacket made him look like Paul Bunyan. Here is what the mom had to say.
Yahoo "Then he said, 'Oh, you're wearing a Toronto...
We here at Outside the Boxscore will neither confirm nor deny the existence of Santa Claus but one Toronto-version of Santa was fired after he made negative comments to a little kid about the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The fine folks over at Larry Brown Sports have more details:
The Santa apparently showed up 30 minutes late for his gig at Lowe’s
Toronto Christmas Market and...
By Tony Ambrogio (@SNTonyAmbrogio)
As the Toronto Marlies wrapped up a difficult 90 minute up-tempo practice, coach Dallas Eakins had his team gather at center ice where they turned up to the crowd, waved, and yelled:
Toronto Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle was in attendance to watch the Maple Leafs American Hockey League affiliate practice.