That was Nazem Kadri, both combatant and casualty in the fiasco that was Game 2 for the Maple Leafs .

Rosie DiManno is a Canadian journalist who has worked at the Toronto Star since beginning her career in 1975. She has been stirring controversy among her readers for longer than she cares to remember. Rosie DiManno: At least Kadri fought back on Leafs’ night to forget in Beantown. In the ’90s she covered the Toronto Maple Leafs for the paper, which… More about Rosie DiManno About Rosie DiManno.

“You can see that I’m feeling good now,” the 69-year-old said in a video from Sweden shared Thursday on social media by the Hockey Hall of Fame.

... Rosie DiManno … Marner magical in Leafs' win, even without the trick. 114 likes. I find Rosie DiManno's columns almost impossible to read.

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ROSIE DIMANNO is a columnist with the Toronto Star, Canada’s bestselling newspaper.

Trading Nazem Kadri took a lot of emotion out of the room, something they may be missing now. ROSIE DIMANNO is a columnist with the Toronto Star, Canada's bestselling newspaper. Arguing the club hasn’t replaced the emotion Nazem Kadri brought to the lineup, she blames GM Kyle Dubas more than she blames Babcock and that his need for skill removed other important dimensions from the team.

Am I the only one who thinks Rosie DiManno's writing style is totally annoying? Shana­han re­veals se­crets to suc­cess in Leafs’ wild ride Toronto Star - 2017-05-13 - FRONT PAGE - Rosie DiManno ‘I still have night­mares about not get­ting that No. I have thought this for years, and I find it to be true for all of her stuff -- her sports reporting, and her other columns and whatnot. This was the case last Sunday. Opinion Dec 29, 2018 by Rosie DiManno Toronto Star In his first season with the Leafs, John Tavares is putting up outstanding numbers and is on pace for a career year in goals and points. There is a mo­ment in the now three-year pres­i­den­tial ten­ure of Bren­dan Shana­han that he re­plays con­stantly in his mind. Rosie DiManno: Leafs goalie Michael Hutchinson slams the door, and opens one, with first win of the season. Rosie DiManno of The Toronto Star believes the Maple Leafs might be better-served trading William Nylander. She has been stirring controversy among her readers for longer than she cares to remember.

The title of yesterday’s non-sense: Tossing Leafs jersey was bush-league move: DiManno.

Maple Leafs Hall of Fame defenceman Borje Salming opened up about his battle with a suspected case of the coronavirus that saw him hospitalized in March. Rosie DiManno. But, as Rosie DiManno's book shows, there was a lot more to Burns than just a hockey coach. Toronto Star 14 Apr 2019 at 00:28 : Sports. Rosie’s latest piece finds her playing the sickening role of apologist, for the evil empire that is Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. If they're Leaf hats, I'm guessing they're not cheap.
She covers his early years, If you're a hockey fan, and especially one with fond memories of the Maple Leafs 1993 playoff run, you probably have fond memories of Pat Burns. 1 pick.’ Bren­dan Shana­han. Image source : Rosie DiManno of the Toronto Star: believes the Toronto Maple Leafs should have fired Mike Babcock after they lost to the Boston Bruins last spring.