Next season, the Maple Leafs have a chance at NHL history...
Reddit /r/hockey | 10 Aug 18h00
The Toronto Maple Leafs are currently at 53 consecutive Cup-less seasons (1967-68 season to present).
The New York Rangers had 53 consecutive Cup-less seasons from 1940-41 to 1992-93, winning the Cup in the 54th season.
If the Maple Leafs do not make the playoffs, or get eliminated, next season, they will make NHL history with 54 consecutive seasons without a Stanley Cup win.
**EDIT: This is actually incorrect. I forgot that 2004-05 was not a season. So the Leafs are at 52 consecutive Cup-less seasons, which means they will need two more Cup-less seasons to surpass the Rangers. We will reconvene to shitpost about the Leafs after they ar...
[Alison] Tortorella opens his availability with a statement: Says “he can’t get over people ripping Sheldon Keefe and his staff. Some of the things I saw and read last night…some of the things he’s criticized for are beyond me. “I want to support him and his staff.”
Reddit /r/hockey | 10 Aug 21h09
[John Shannon] I rarely, if ever, criticize my former employers. But I am so disappointed in both Rogers and the NHL for not respecting the tradition of Saturday Night for HNIC. Surely there could have been some thought to putting 1 of the 3 remaining Canadian teams in that familiar window.
Printable 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs bracket I made, hope you guys like it!
Reddit /r/hockey | 10 Aug 18h15
[DAL - STL] The crew at Rogers Place having some fun thanking their fans as the camera pans to 4 literal fans in the stands
Reddit /r/hockey | 10 Aug 00h31
With the Maple Leafs' loss to the Blue Jackets, Toronto sports teams are now 0-5 in postseason series against teams from the State of Ohio.
Reddit /r/hockey | 10 Aug 20h08
Lost to Cavaliers 4-2 in 2016 Eastern Conference Finals
Lost to Cavaliers 4-0 in 2017 Eastern Conference Semifinals
Lost to Cavaliers 4-0 in 2018 Eastern Conference Semifinals
Lost to Indians 4-1 in 2016 American League Championship Series
Lost to Blue Jackets 3-2 in 2020 Qualifying Round
**Toronto FC** did beat Columbus Crew 1-0 on aggregate in the 2017 MLS Cup Conference Finals, though this was not a "best-of" series.