In the diverse and elegant Austrian capital, the unusual is often just a U-bahn stop away.
Lance Hornby, Toronto Sun
Lance Hornby has covered the Maple Leafs and the National Hockey League as a Toronto Sun beat writer and columnist going on 25 years. An avid historian and member of the Society for International Hockey Research, he has written, co-authored or edited six books, including the Story of Maple Leaf Gardens and Hockey's Greatest Moments. He has appeared on Sportsnet, TSN, CBC,and LeafsTV. Lance lives in Toronto-Riverdale.
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Brendan Shanahan does not believe the three-headed Maple Leafs general manager setup that currently exists will hurt the team when making pre-draft trades.
Of the four teen hockey sensations thrown into a giant scouting combine scrum on Friday, Dylan Strome was best able to charm the media like Ringo Starr when the Beatles first set foot in America.
The Maple Leafs had both Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel in the house this week, if only for a few minutes of scouting combine interviews.
Contrary to popular belief, Connor McDavid does have something to prove at this weekend’s NHL scouting combine in Buffalo.
One of the last NHL coaching vacancies has been filled.
Brendan Shanahan put a few players on the spot in his time as the league’s head of discipline.
Do the Maple Leafs have a big enough boat to reel in this rogue Shark?
Todd McLellan, frequently mentioned as a top candidate to coach the Maple Leafs, is now a free man.
A week that began on such a depressing note for the Maple Leafs is sure to end on a high.
Hundreds of miles from the Air Canada Centre, the Boston Bruins made an announcement that could impact Brendan Shanahan’s search for the ideal man to lead the Maple Leafs from the playoff wilderness.
Now that Brendan Shanahan has everyone’s attention — having dramatically cleared office space throughout the Air Canada Centre — the Maple Leafs rebuild can truly begin.
The Maple Leafs, who just can’t seem to escape controversy all this year, have now made themselves a season-ending storyline above and below in the standings.
Will new Leaf Casey Bailey excel in his first NHL game? Can Toronto knock Florida out of the playoff picture to join it on the sidelines?
If there are any signs of intelligent life in the Centre of the Hockey Universe, reveal yourself on Saturday night.
The Maple Leafs may have been officially eliminated from the post season earlier this week, but Thursday night’s opponent has reached desperation time.
There is ... a house ... in New Orleans, just like the song says.
A member of the Leafs hockey office stopped by our work station the other day.
Readying to play his team’s greatest rival and three days before the NHL trade deadline that carries so much intrigue about him, Phil Kessel re- affirmed he wants to stay in Toronto.
The captain is back on deck.