To Toronto Maple Leafs Head Coach Ron Wilson, I Ask, Where are You? (Satire)

John MatheosContributor IIMarch 22, 2010

OTTAWA, ON - NOVEMBER 17:  Ron Wilson of the Toronto Maple Leafs speaks with the media after a loss to the Ottawa Senators in a game at Scotiabank Place on November 17, 2009 in Ottawa, Canada. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)
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I always knew it! Ron Wilson, you're the worst coach that's ever been behind a Toronto Maple Leafs' bench.

I mean, you sit there, or better yet, you stand there and criticize all these young hockey players that try and represent the Blue and White.

You've done nothing to improve the team. I watch your practices on television and can't believe you got the kids doing pee—wee drills from the Bert Robinson days.

Now, you got your big brother over here to protect you for a couple of years and I must say that you're very lucky I love him. Brian Burke is the greatest achievement the Toronto Maple Leafs have acquired in the past few years.

Mr. Wilson, I would also like to say that you got pretty lucky in San Jose, as anyone could of had a winning record with a team like that.

Then you decided to come to Toronto with a cocky attitude and with your $2,500.00 Harry Rosen outfit, telling all of us in Toronto that we have a garbage team.

The thing is, Mr. Wilson, we already know that we do, but please give us hope and deliver the Toronto faithful some positive feedback. Tell us the prospects are developing, say something, anything to bring our morale up.

Until then, I heard Hollywood is looking for an actor to play lead role in "Denace the Menace."

Bye.