Toronto Maple Leafs

Former Team Canada women's coach Daniéle Sauvageau, during the 2002 Winter Games. Sauvageau is reportedly on the interview list for the vacant position of general manager of the Montreal Canadiens. (Tom Hanson/CP)

Is the boys-club era of NHL management finally ending?

The Canadiens, Leafs and other teams are welcoming women to their executive ranks, but the key job of general manager remains a glass ceiling
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Meghan Markle has...triplets? (And other highly improbable predictions for 2019)

Before we tell you what’s likely to happen in the new year, here are some things that probably won’t.
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Johnny Bower: The three ways of knowing that wonderful fella

Scrappy goalie. Big-hearted Canadian. Hockey legend. Sam Riches on the legacy of Maple Leafs icon Johnny Bower
NHL: Stanley Cup Playoffs-Ottawa Senators at Pittsburgh Penguins

Are we willing to embrace ’Canada’s team’ in hockey playoffs?

Geography determines whether you’ll root for another city’s team chasing the Stanley Cup
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Mike Babcock: 23 men, 23 ways to coach

Toronto Maple Leafs’ head coach Mike Babcock on kitchen-table accountability and sharing the love
Mike Babcock

What can Mike Babcock really do for Toronto?

Yes, the Leafs snagged a big fish in new coach Mike Babcock. But it seems unlikely he’ll be able to turn them around quickly—and he’ll need to.
Toronto Maple Leafs V Arizona Coyotes

Playoff joy is everywhere! Well, everywhere but Hogtown.

From Calgary to Winnipeg, Ottawa to Montreal, it’s playoff time. Meanwhile, the Leafs stink. Obviously.
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Dear Leafs: Thank you for sucking

Overcoming adversity is such a cliché. It’s so refreshing to see you go the other way.
Nail Yakupov, Connor Murphy

The Five Hole: Yakupov a league leader in one category

The five things you need to know about hockey if you don’t need to know everything about hockey
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Milan Marcetta, 1936-2014

As a boy, he built his own outdoor rink to play hockey. A career minor leaguer, he was called up to join the Leafs’ 1967 Stanley Cup run.