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Maple Leafs appear to have found Sheldon Keefe's replacement

Published May 5, 2024 at 9:59 PM
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It seems the Toronto Maple Leafs are already considering a replacement for their head coach, Sheldon Keefe, following another disappointing playoff exit. Reports suggest they're eyeing Craig Berube, the former coach of the St. Louis Blues, who led them to a Stanley Cup victory in 2019.

Berube has a strong track record in the NHL, with successful stints in St. Louis and Philadelphia. His interest in coaching the Maple Leafs adds to the speculation.

"As TFP's David Pagnotta reported on SiriusXM NHL Network Radio last month, the Leafs are believed to have interest in former St. Louis Blues bench boss Craig Berube becoming their next coach and could look to interview him if they decide to make a coaching change."




While Keefe has overseen consistent regular-season success, the team has struggled in the playoffs, prompting discussions about a change in leadership. Berube's experience in guiding teams through the postseason could be what the Maple Leafs need.


This potential coaching change is part of broader offseason plans for Toronto, which may include significant roster adjustments. It's shaping up to be an important period for the organization as they aim to address their postseason shortcomings and set a course for future success.

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