The Toronto Maple Leafs have gone through a bunch of changes over the last couple of days and we've just been alerted to another one.
The famous "It's a privilege, not a right" slogan installed by former head coach Mike Babcock is no longer.
It was featured on a wall above some of the stalls and as the Leafs came back from their road trip it was gone.
No new slogan has been installed yet and no word on if Sheldon Keefe will decide on a new one.
The message is changing in a literal sense for the Maple Leafs under Sheldon Keefe. “It’s a privilege, not a right” is no longer written on the walls above the stalls at the FPC dressing room. No new slogan just yet.
— Justin Cuthbert (@jccuthbert) November 26, 2019