There's been a million questions regarding Mike Babcock and his future as the Toronto Maple Leafs head coach. 

Leafs' general manager Kyle Dubas dodged the question about if Babcock would be the coach for the Leafs' next season at the year end press conference and then reports blew up today about Babcock possibly jumping ship for the Edmonton Oilers and Ken Holland. 

Dubas addressed Babcock's future today.

“We’re all in on Mike and Mike is all in on us. We’ve had productive management meetings as an organization and Mike and I have had some really good meetings as well since the season ended. It’s our very strong belief Mike is the one to lead us, that’s the reality of it.”

Dubas added. 

“There are things we need to improve upon. There are things we need to do to adapt and evolve and continue to get better. As an organization, we believe we can do that together.”

Looks like Dubas and Babcock will put aside their differences for one more season and try and put it all together for next year. 


Source: Bob McKenzie Twitter