I've been trying to figure out if Leafs fans are becoming whinier than normal, or if it's just becoming more visible. This garbage about the Leafs not saluting the fans after one game has me confused. I thought that the raising of the sticks in a salute was reserved for the final home game of the season...kind of a "thanks for the support this season" dealio. When did it become necessary for teams to do this after every game? Or is it just after a win? For the record, geography and timing has only allowed me to go to one game in the last twenty years, and that was in Edmonton. I turn off the tv as soon as the clock is done, so I never see if this actually happens now.
By the way, a big shout out to the Oilers fans that booed the Oilers on the way to the dressing room (or whatever that was), and trying to make the Leafs fans look classier than they really are.