Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

Is it summer or March 5th? I know for you fans out west it's still winter, but here in southern Ontario we're walking around in sunglasses and sandals. It's confusing to the wildlife - birds are chirping, bunnies are hopping about, plants are budding, flowers poking out of the ground, mailmen are donning shorts in a fit of glee that will surely see them come crashing back to earth in a pit of despair next week.

Weather's weird out there. How about the news?

The game last night:

Can you please. Just. Beat. The. Bruins.

Recap: Leafs give up 4 to the Bruins
You did not deserve to win, guys.

You want weird? Here are some weird trade proposals.

Our staff’s most delusional ideas for the 2024 NHL Trade Deadline.

The Devils listened to the fans chants of "Fire Lindy" a year later.

Travis Green Named Devils Interim Head Coach | RELEASE | New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils today announced that they have relieved Lindy Ruff of his head coaching duties and named Associate Coach Travis Green as Interim Head Coach for the rest of the season. The announcement was made by Devils’ President/General Manager Tom Fitzgerald. Green will start in his role at

Morgan Rielly! Now third all time in assists for Maple Leafs defenders!

Will he pass Borje?

Is there a new team on the way? Will they actually get a name to start?

Toronto sports mogul Larry Tanenbaum pursuing WNBA expansion team | CBC Sports
Billionaire Larry Tanenbaum, a part-owner of sports giant MLSE, is pursuing a WNBA expansion team for Toronto, CBC Sports has learned.

Something you hate to see. All the best to Mac Spinelli and his family.

Athens, Ont. junior hockey player suffers ‘potentially life changing’ injury after hit from behind
Mac Spinelli, a junior hockey player in Athens, Ont., has suffered what the team is calling a “potentially life changing” injury, after being hit from behind during a playoff game on Feb. 27.

After a perfect 25-0 season, the Concordia Stingers won their third straight title.

Concordia Stingers women’s hockey team wins RSEQ championship | CityNews Montreal
The Concordia Stingers beat the Université de Montréal Carabins in a decisive game three on March 3 – becoming RSEQ Women’s University Hockey League champions.

Now it's off to Saskatchewan for Nationals.

With that, I bid you adieu. I'm going to go outside and take advantage of this break in winter to clean up the messes I've been avoiding outside because it was under 15 degrees.