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Toronto Maple Leafs’ Off-Season Options

With the off-season all but upon us, one thing is clear, the Toronto Maple Leafs have some decisions to make in order to improve for next season.  It’s evident that […]

Paul Henderson - Lucknow Mural {Flickr/Pampered Paws}

Paul Henderson: Career, Accolades, Cancer

The news has recently featured reports that former NHL, WHA and Team Canada player Paul Henderson’s cancer has advanced to the point where he is likely going to have chemotherapy or clinical […]

Ken Holland and Brian Burke may look to take advantage of compliance buyouts (Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE)

Toronto Maple Leafs Still Feeling Effects of 2008

Despite the fact that it’s now 2012, the Toronto Maple Leafs are still feeling the effects of three major events from 2008…

by · June 7, 2012 · 4 comments · Toronto Maple Leafs
Leaf fans have been cheering for Alex Galchenyuk since the end of the regular season (Metcalfe Photography)

Toronto Maple Leafs Shouldn’t Draft Based on Current Needs

The Toronto Maple Leafs are in need of a first line centre, but they shouldn’t select a centre in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft just for that reason.

by · June 3, 2012 · 10 comments · Toronto Maple Leafs
Alex Galchenyuk becomes the face of the Sting franchise post-Yakupov era (Metcalfe Photography)

A Leaf Fan’s Wishlist

It’s no secret being a fan of the Maple Leafs isn’t easy. The team has seen only mild success at any time over the last 45 years. Historically, management has […]

by · June 2, 2012 · 14 comments · Toronto Maple Leafs
Leaf fans have been cheering for Alex Galchenyuk since the end of the regular season (Metcalfe Photography)

Why the Leafs Should Keep Their First Round Draft Pick, Not Trade It

The debate of to trade or not to trade surrounds the Toronto Maple Leafs’ first round pick. Given these various factors, it only makes sense to keep it…

Ken Holland and Brian Burke may look to take advantage of compliance buyouts (Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE)

Brian Burke in Toronto: His 5 Worst Transactions

While Brian Burke has done some very good things in trying to rebuild the Leafs into a playoff team, there is also the flipside – he’s also made some terrible […]

Dion Phaneuf (Rich Kane/Icon SMI)

Brian Burke in Toronto: His 5 Best Transactions

Brian Burke has been with Toronto since November, 2008. For many, he came to a team that had precious little desirable talent playing at the NHL level, and the franchise was lacking […]

Nail Yakupov: explosive for Russia at 2012 World Juniors {Alyonka Larionov Photography}

2012 NHL Mock Draft: Memorial Cup Edition – 2 Rounds

  The actual 2012 NHL Entry Draft takes place on June 22nd-23rd in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Every year it seems I contemplate whether or not to go through the intriguing yet […]

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Brian Burke Is His Own Worst Enemy

Brian Burke has never been the shy type. For some, that made him an ideal candidate for the general manager’s job with the Toronto Maple Leafs — a no-nonsense guy who […]

Alongside Tyler Bozak, Mikhail Grabovski is half of a solid one-two punch the Leafs have down the middle (Icon SMI)

Why the Leafs Don’t Need to Invest in a Number One Centre Immediately

A true first line centre has become nothing but a dream for fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs, which is a good thing given what last season taught us…

by · May 18, 2012 · 10 comments · Toronto Maple Leafs
Nazem Kadri made great strides under Dallas Eakins. (Tony Ding/Icon SMI)

Toronto Maple Leafs: Not All The Leafs Have Fallen

Since the NHL lockout, The Toronto Maple Leafs have been more recognized for their play on the the links than they are for their time around the rinks in the […]