Mats Sundin is officially out of Toronto. Riots in the streets? Hatred between provinces? Hardly. Leaf Nation isn't all that interested.
The Maple Leafs will soon unveil their ninth GM since they last won the Cup in 1967. Damien Cox doesn't know whether he'll offer congratulations or condolences.
Will every Original Six team reach the playoffs this season? We channel Henri Richard to predict each team's chances.
The latest brouhaha between Sean Avery and Darcy Tucker brings one of hockey's age-old questions to the surface: Does violence, and the threat of violence, attract fans and viewers, or does it turn them off?
The Chicago Blackhawks and Toronto Maple Leafs have gone the longest without winning a Stanley Cup. So who will end the drought first? Damien Cox handicaps the futility.
Experienced or not, some NHL GMs are stumped, not knowing whether a trade is right for their bubble teams, writes Damien Cox.
Working with change has not been the Maple Leafs' strong suit, and it's providing more of the same futility for the famed franchise.
While the NHL is trying to crack down on diving, Damien Cox writes that it isn't a perfect science.
Mats Sundin's recent injury raises the age-old question: when will the use of visors finally be mandatory in the NHL?
That Pavel Bure was named to run the Russian Olympic project has many scratching their heads.
Goals-against average is often used to measure a goalie's worth. But Damien Cox writes it should come down to just wins.
John Ferguson Jr. is qualified to be an NHL GM. But Toronto isn't the best place to be starting a career.
Either the Leafs or the Flyers will win Game 7. But will they have anything left for Ottawa?
Winning teams know that regular-season toughness isn't the same thing as playoff toughness.