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Siegel: Future in doubt, Carlyle still searching for answers

Maple Leafs head coach Randy Carlyle has done his exit interviews with his players, he's spoken to the media, and now he has to get down to the hard task of trying to regroup after his team missed the playoffs for the eighth time in nine seasons. As TSN Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel writes, Carlyle has to deal with an uncertain future. ...more

Siegel: No bold promises from Shanahan on day one with Leafs

It was more than five and a half years ago that the Maple Leafs hired Brian Burke to change the "culture" of an organization which had veered further and further off the rails.. But unlike the bombastic Burke on that excitable day in Nov. 2008, the new President and alternate governor in Toronto made few bold statements or declarations. TSN Radio 1050's Jonas Siegel has more. And listen to Leafs Lunch to hear Randy Carlyle's end-of-season media availability live. ...more

Siegel: Reimer chapter likely ends where it all began

The tenure sure was memorable for James Reimer, whose Leaf career almost certainly ended Saturday in the same place it began in earnest more than three and a half years earlier. The 26-year-old wondered aloud if this was it, if a strong 36-save performance in a 1-0 season-ending loss to the Senators was how his tenure in Toronto would ultimately end. ...more

Siegel: Despondent Carlyle unable to put imprint on Leafs

Rarely this season have the Maple Leafs resembled the feisty, physical group that Randy Carlyle originally imagined they would be. After 81 games, his club is still an inconsistent, high-risk, defensively-challenged product most nights. It's been equal parts frustrating and befuddling for the Sudbury native, who has managed to find reason for optimism on only the rarest of occasions this season. TSN Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has more from Sunrise, Florida. ...more

Siegel: Kessel shoulders burden of blame for Leafs collapse

The Maple Leafs best player, Phil Kessel, ambled out of the Tampa Times Forum sorting through a gamut of emotions, mostly embarrassment and disappointment for the events of another epic spring of failure. TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has more. ...more

Siegel: 'Sporadic' defensive play at the core of Leafs trouble

At the core of another failed season with the Maple Leafs sitting outside the postseason picture is a defensive foundation that ranks as one of the worst in hockey. As TSN Leafs report Jonas Siegel explains from Tampa, if there is one dominant trend in the organization's failures since the end of the 2004-05 lockout it's just that: they can't keep the puck out of their own net. ...more

Siegel: Unpredictable Leafs outworked with season on line

This was the Toronto Maple Leafs in a nutshell. With everything on the line, with any hope of the postseason hanging on by a rapidly dwindling thread did they deliver the baffling Mr. Hyde performance -- a 4-2 loss to the recently eliminated Jets -- that will soon seal another season of disappointment and collapse. TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has more, while the guys on Leafs Lunch discuss how Randy Carlyle has failed to hold the players accountable. ...more

Siegel: Reimer can't shoulder Leafs playoff hopes alone

With Jonathan Bernier sidelined for the remainder of the regular season – he has an MCL strain in his left knee and will be out three weeks – the Maple Leafs will turn once more to the beleaguered, doubted and frequently dissected James Reimer in what may be his final days as a Leaf. ...more

Siegel: Reimer an unlikely hero as Leafs hopes stay alive

Before his unlikely heroics on this night, James Reimer wondered whether he had played his final game in a Maple Leafs uniform. Reimer stepped in for the injured Bernier on Thursday night and helped the Leafs keep their slim playoff hopes alive with a 4-3 overtime win -- their second straight against Boston. TSN 1050 Leafs reporter Jonas Siegel has more. ...more

Siegel: Leafs slim playoff hopes on the line vs. familiar foe

With just five games to go and ground to gain on Detroit and Columbus - both with games in hand - the playoff hopes of the Toronto Maple Leafs remain faint, but as Jonas Siegel of TSN Radio 1050 writes, could become a little more real with a victory over Boston on Thursday night. ...more

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With Brendan Shanahan introduced as President, Jonas and James discuss Randy Carlyle's future with the Leafs and how it may be time for a change.

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