With 8 wins in 19 games, they’re not the worst team in the NHL. Not even out of the playoff chase. It’s too early for that. But the Toronto Maple Leafs have a long way to go. Toronto lives and dies with its most important franchise and right now, a lot of people are on a kind of hockey life support.
Frozen Pond, which brings players in for paid signings on a regular basis, doesn’t have people waiting in line for hours like they used to for players like Doug Gilmour.
Still, a few hundred made their way to see a trio of Leafs where the talk was about the effect losing has on business. according to this story in the Gazette.