Maple Leafs center Wayne Carleton takes a slap shot during a 1967 game against the Rangers. Toronto would go onto win the Stanley Cup a few months later. The Maple Leafs are struggling this season and have already fired coach Ron Wilson and replaced him with  Randy Carlyle. (James Drake/SI) 
VIDEO: Michael Farber discusses the situation in TorontoHACKEL: History is against Leafs’ coaching changeFARBER: Time simply ran out for Leafs’ coach Wilson

Maple Leafs center Wayne Carleton takes a slap shot during a 1967 game against the Rangers. Toronto would go onto win the Stanley Cup a few months later. The Maple Leafs are struggling this season and have already fired coach Ron Wilson and replaced him with  Randy Carlyle. (James Drake/SI) 

VIDEO: Michael Farber discusses the situation in Toronto
HACKEL: History is against Leafs’ coaching change
FARBER: Time simply ran out for Leafs’ coach Wilson

Montreal’s Jean Beliveau tries to squeeze between two New York defenders during a 1967 Canadiens-Rangers game. While the Rangers have started the season with an impressive 18-8-4 record, the Canadiens have struggled. Montreal is 13-13-7 on the season and ousted coach Jacques Martin just two seasons after reaching the East Finals. (James Drake/SI)
HACKEL: Five reasons the Canadiens fired MartinPHOTO GALLERY: The NHL’s Coaching Carousel

Montreal’s Jean Beliveau tries to squeeze between two New York defenders during a 1967 Canadiens-Rangers game. While the Rangers have started the season with an impressive 18-8-4 record, the Canadiens have struggled. Montreal is 13-13-7 on the season and ousted coach Jacques Martin just two seasons after reaching the East Finals. (James Drake/SI)

HACKEL: Five reasons the Canadiens fired Martin
PHOTO GALLERY: The NHL’s Coaching Carousel