Last week, ESPN The Magazine — and please don't confuse it with ESPN The Breakfast Cereal or ESPN The Floor Wax — published its "ultimate standings," which ranked teams in the NBA, MLB, NHL and NFL from one to 122. Coming in at No. 122, a.k.a. dead-ass last: The Toronto Maple Leafs, reaching the basement level that had been predestined by their finishing no better than 120th since 2008. The Toronto Maple Leafs. The worst franchise in professional sports. Say, you think Brian Burke might have something to say about this recent evaluation of his franchise and its virtue? The Leafs GM met with reporters at a charity golf tournament on Monday, and Sean Fitz-Gerald of the National Post had his delightful retort to the WWL and its ultimate standings: "I don't think ESPN knows a single thing about hockey.* I think their hockey coverage stinks. I don't think they know anything about Canada.** I don't think they know anything about hockey." Is it too late to set up a College Bowl quiz show with Pierre LeBrun, Scott Burnside and Craig Custance on one side and Burke, Dave Nonis and Rick Dudley on the other to definitely test hockey knowledge?