Toronto introduced Mike Babcock as the organization's 30th head coach in franchise history.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will give the Detroit Red Wings a third-round pick in one of the next three drafts.
Mike Babcock has signed a contract with the Toronto Maple Leafs.
The Buffalo Sabres and Detroit Red Wings are out of the running, according to TSN's Aaron Ward and Bob McKenzie.
St. Louis is reportedly out of the running for Mike Babcock's services.
The Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres are reportedly in a bidding war for coach Mike Babcock.
Detroit is reportedly offering Mike Babcock an extension worth $3.25 million per season.
Although Mike Babcock reportedly entered contract negotiations with the Buffalo Sabres, he's still undecided.
Mike Babcock is reportedly in contract talks with the Buffalo Sabres.
If Mike Babcock decides to leave Detroit, it will reportedly most likely be to join the Buffalo Sabres.
Mike Babcock will reportedly speak with the San Jose Sharks this week, according to hockey insider Pierre LeBrun.
The St. Louis Blues have reportedly shown interest in hiring Mike Babcock.
If Mike Babcock decides to stay with the Red Wings, expect Jeff Blashill, their minor league coach, to be highly sought after.
As the May 20th personal deadline draws nearer for Mike Babcock, the list of possible destinations seems boiled down to the Red Wings, Maple Leafs, or Sabres.