On Canadian soil, in sudden death overtime, Sidney Crosby took the feed from Jarome Iginla, tied up in the corner, and snapped the puck through […]
Canada’s Hockey Experience
The second Russian invasion
Much like the World Hockey Association of the 1970s, the Kontinental Hockey League in recent years sparked fears in the NHL that high-profile players would […]
Diversity on the rink
The history surrounding diversity and the changing face of the National Hockey League has the makings of a classic espionage novel.
Leafs Nation post Ballard
He treated coaches and players abysmally. He angered fans who thought he drove the Leafs onto the bottom rungs of the NHL ladder. And he […]
Hockey’s hallowed shrine
The hallowed shrine to Canada’s sport — where every record, every artefact of relevance is stored — is the Hockey Hall of Fame.
One for the record books
Feb. 7, 1976 will forever be known as a record-breaking day for Leafs Nation.
Saturday nights would never be the same
What is hockey without play-by-play announcing?
Life on the farm
The farm system has been crucial in building some of the Maple Leafs’ greatest teams.
The NHL’s toughest scrap yet
War was brewing for the National Hockey League in the early 1970s.
Home is where Leafs Nation is
It cradles the booming voices, the vocal chords thrumming in jubilation as Toronto scores a goal.