Wreck Maple Leafs Season

YouTube parody likens Leafs season to a shipwreck

It's trade deadline day in the NHL, and both Dion Phaneuf and Phil Kessel are on the block. If that doesn't tell you how bad the Toronto Maple Leafs' season has been, I don't know what does. Terms that come to mind are "blow up," "tear down," and "barn sale." Yes, it's quite the mess the team has gotten into, and fans on YouTube won't let them forget it.

Earlier this year Steven Ryan's "Say Something" parody proved hugely popular, and now a new video is making the rounds on social media. Based on the tune of Gordon Lightfoot's "Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerlad," it's a three minute tour of just how dismal the year has been for the Blue and White. Credit for the lyrics goes to Peter Gross.


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