Actual Thor: Mike Kostka (♕)
I JUST SCREAMED NO. I HOPE SOMEONE DOESN’T CALL THE COPS. BECAUSE I’M SHRIEKING MURDER.
will arnett talks winter classic
will arnett unveils the leafs winter classic jerseys
Here’s Toronto Maple Leaf Tyle Bozak in blackface.
You can inform him of his poor choices on twitter.
UPDATE: He deleted the tweet. Ahw, too bad I’m so fast, Bozak.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have parted ways with forward Colby Armstrong.
The team decided to buy out the final year of his contract, worth $3 million. He will be placed on unconditional waivers at noon et today.
The buyout will count for $1 million towards the team’s salary cap over the next two seasons. The move frees up an additional $2 million for the team heading into free agency July 1, giving them $14.8 million in available cap space.
The 29-year-old forward had been plagued by injuries throughout much of his stay in Toronto, having been limited to just 79 games over the past two seasons.
Armstrong reacted to the news swiftly on his Twitter account, tweeting: “Thanks to the leaf nation for the support over the last couple seasons. Although I had tough luck thanks for everything.”
He scored nine goals and added 17 assists and 47 penalty minutes in his two seasons as a Leaf.
Originally drafted in the first round (21st overall) by the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2001, Armstrong has played 439 career NHL games between the Penguins, Maple Leafs and Atlanta Thrashers, scoring 87 goals and 117 assists.
Oooooh, Leafs are cleaning house. We’re making room for Prust, right? Parise?
The prices for tickets to the Winter Classic are out: it will cost between $89 and $279 to take in the Jan. 1 game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Tickets for the NHL’s annual New Year’s Day event come in at $89, $129, $149, $189, $219, $249 and $279. The link for the seating chart to the game to be held at the Big House, the home of the University of Michigan football stadium, is available on the Red Wings’ website.
The NHL hopes more than 100,000 fans will attend the game.
Tickets for the game are expected to go on sale at the end of the month. Season ticket holders will get first crack.
Tickets for other events to be held for the Hockeytown Winter Festival at Comerica Park — including the Leafs-Wings alumni game — have prices ranging from $18 to 38
Sobbing and planning.
Do the Toronto Maple Leafs know Trump Hotels is using their font?