1. Cold Case Files: The Tomas Kaberle Story

    Tomas Kaberle has enjoyed a nice career in Toronto, playing in his 12th season with the team. He's been a fan favourite for many years and has appeared in all-star games because of that...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 4 years ago 1,128 reads 48 comments

  2. The Mystery of Jean Sebastien Giguere: Is He Finished Or Will There Be a Sequel?

    January 31 was an exciting day for Leafs Nation. Not only did they acquire their new captain Dion Phaneuf, they also acquired what they thought to be their No. 1 goalie in J.S. Giguere...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about 4 years ago 677 reads 4 comments

  3. Ducks and Leafs Have Goalie Issues

    Its funny how Burke's previous team, Anaheim, and his current team, Toronto, both have their fair share of goaltending issues. However one is more of an issue and the other is more of a gift, really...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about 5 years ago 231 reads 3 comments

  4. Time Off Might Just Be What The Doctor Ordered For Toronto

    So far this season, things aren't working right in Toronto. While its only seven games in, and despite missing the playoffs four years in a row, they haven't stumbled this badly out of the gate...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about 5 years ago 119 reads 2 comments

  5. Brian Burke Must Like What He Sees After Leafs Debut

    Much has been made of how Toronto is going to look and play this season, and we were given several glimpses as to what that future may be...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about 5 years ago 252 reads 5 comments

  6. The Toronto Maple Leafs Should Let the Kessel Train Pass For Now.

    Brian Burke's first summer with his new team saw him bulk up his defense and add depth to his goaltending. Sure, he didn't do too much to address the need for top six forwards, but he vastly improved the team in other areas...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 5 years ago 1,279 reads 15 comments

  7. 2009: The Year of the Blue Jays?

    Is this the year the Blue Jays can finally win enough games to enter post-season play? The way the first few games have gone, it sure seems like it's possible. Last season, pitching was their strong point, and the batters let the team down...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 5 years ago 1,100 reads 0 comments

  8. Could Toronto Get a Taste of Sweden Again?

    No sorry, its not the return of Mats Sundin to Toronto. How about two twins from Vancouver? If Henrik and Daniel Sedin don't renew their contracts at the end of the season and become free agents in the summer, it could be a reality...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 5 years ago 357 reads 6 comments

  9. Survivor Toronto: Who Will Be the Sole Maple Leafs Survivor?

    Alright, so Survivor isn't coming to Toronto anytime soon. Nor will a player win money for being the only not being moved at the trade deadline on March 4. However the only player who appears to be untouchable is rookie Luke Schenn...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 295 reads 3 comments

  10. Maple Leafs Dominate Canadiens, Win 5-2

    Judging by the build-up for this game, you knew you were in for a treat. Kostitsyn vs. Grabovski was heavily discussed and both teams were looking to bounce back from tough losses...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 59 reads 3 comments

  11. Tomas Kaberle: Should He Stay or Should He Go?

    Discussions about Kaberle have gone on ever since he started out in the league. Why doesn't he shoot enough and why is he such a good skater? Now people are talking about whether he should remain with the rebuilding Maple Leaf team or go elsewhere...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 99 reads 1 comments

  12. Maple Leafs-Penguins: Toronto Wins Tight One Against Pittsburgh

    On a night where former Toronto great Doug Gilmour was honored and embraced, Toronto seemed to gain an edge from the ceremony and played a similar style of hockey many were used to years ago...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 95 reads 1 comments

  13. Andrew Raycroft: The Comeback Kid

    Depending on who you talked to, Raycroft was a love 'em or hate 'em kind of guy. Playing in Toronto is a tough challenge, so your mistakes are magnified by 10...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  14. Minnesota Runs 'Wild' On Toronto

    It started out as a feel good story, Mike Van Ryn returns from injury and youngster Justin Pogge is called up to showcase his stuff once again. Sadly, it turned into something you would see in a slasher flick by the end of the game...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 71 reads 1 comments

  15. Which Maple Leafs Make Good Trade Bait?

    With the trade deadline looming, and a nice break from the NHL with the upcoming All-Star weekend, it is time to take a look and see which players Toronto could trade that would get them nice returns...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 499 reads 1 comments

  16. Toronto Hockey: What's Wrong In Leaf Land?

    Not much was to be expected this season in Toronto. The Maple Leafs have missed the playoffs for three years now and were without their longtime captain Mats Sundin. Many figured the Maple Leafs were a sure bet for the lottery at the end of the season...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about almost 6 years ago 172 reads 1 comments

  17. Cliff Fletcher : "Leafs In For Long Season"

    Cliff Fletcher; the man given the role of rebuilding the Leafs has made plenty of moves since being named "interim" General Manager of the Leafs last year...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 219 reads 1 comments

  18. J.P. Ricciardi Insane? Toronto Blue Jays GM Expects To Stand Pat In Offseason

    He has an ego as big as his nose and as wide as his forehead. Sadly, his reputation and credentials as a GM aren't as big. Let's face it, JP Ricciardi has been a mediocre GM at best often making foolish deals or deals he later regrets...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 665 reads 5 comments

  19. Nik Antropov : From Bust to "In Nik We Trust?"

    Nik Antropov, the former whipping boy of the Maple Leafs should soon be getting the praise he deserves. The 2007-2008 season was a breakout one for Nik Antropov, even if it was a disappointing one for the Maple Leafs...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 659 reads 6 comments

  20. WWE Feels Like It Is Missing Something

    I've been enjoying the WWE for years now and have constantly tuned into Raw and Smackdown each week. The last couple of months have felt strange to me and I can't really understand why...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 607 reads 8 comments

  21. Jays defeat the Yankees : Yankees closer to missing post-season

    The Blue Jays played their second last game at Yankee Stadium today and managed to come back despite being down 6-2. Jose Bautista contributed by driving in two and getting his first hit as a Jay since being picked up from the Pirates a few days ago...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 226 reads 5 comments

  22. A.J. Burnett : One of the few bright spots of this season

    A.J. Burnett, what a difference a year makes. Burnett had signed on with the Jays getting some big years and big money. He has two years left on his contract as option years if he decides to return, but it didn't start out rosey for Burnett in Toronto...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  23. Toronto Blue Jays Look To Play the Spoiler

    Although the season hasn't finished officially, the Blue Jays' playoff hopes are over, as they sit too far back in both the division and wild card. The division had been a long shot for a while now, but the Jays still had a chance at the wild card...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 276 reads 0 comments

  24. Chris Jericho the Best Under-Used Guy On Raw

    I've been a long time fan of the WWE, watching my first match when I was about seven or eight years old and at that time Raw was known as Raw Is War...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 407 reads 3 comments

  25. Mats Sundin, Thanks for the Memories!

    Mats, as a big Leaf fan I have to thank you for all the years you've given the organization. We never got you that Stanley Cup, but we've been home to the accomplishments that you've ...

    Brandon Warnes Written by Brandon Warnes about over 6 years ago 334 reads 0 comments