When the Toronto Maple Leafs acquired David Bolland at the draft last week, one of the enticing factors to the deal that general manager Dave Nonis noted was that […]
Raihan Hussain is a young writer making a name out of himself. He has covered the Toronto Maple Leafs for various websites including Sportshaze.com. He possesses extensive knowledge about the Toronto Maple Leafs from the top of the organization to the bottom.
Recent Articles by Raihan
If I were to inform Leafs fans that their team was about to acquire the seventh leading scoring the NHL this past season, a player who notched 82 points […]
Game Six Tonight The Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins faceoff in game six of their series with the Bruins up 3-2. Lineup changes are not expected, but the Bruins […]
Tied 1-1 Yesterday night the Toronto Maple Leafs were able to bounce back in their series against the Boston Bruins and tie it at one after a disheartening game […]
Playoff Hockey in Toronto More hockey?! Holy-canoly the Leafs are in the playoffs and the city is going to go bonkers. The Toronto Maple Leafs will play in the […]
“Pittsburgh model? My ass.” Said by then general manager Brian Burke. Some people labelled him crazy, some people thrust him into the idiot chamber. That was his reaction last year […]
Win In Jersey The thought of some people entering the trade deadline was that the Toronto Maple Leafs may need a veteran goaltender to provide some insurance down the […]
Kadri and Lupul There is not much to say about these two. Their play on the ice has done the talking, but neither has ever shied away from chirping […]
More Ice for Nazem Nazem Kadri has been the best Leaf all season long. That has been said numerous times by now. Head coach Randy Carlyle is quietly starting […]
Phaneuf Burdened Dion Phaneuf has been solid this year, despite starting the first eight games with only one point. He has tallied four goals and 15 assists, playing on […]
Without a doubt, Nazem Kadri has been the best player for the Toronto Maple Leafs this season. All this, after struggling to stay in the lineup just a year ago.
Saturday night’s loss against the rival Ottawa Senators was a heartbreaker for the Toronto Maple Leafs and fans alike. The team fell victim to a goal late in the third period with thirty seconds left which gave Ottawa the 3-2 victory.