In late June, I did a three-part series on the state of the Toronto Maple Leafs roster. Going off of the team on paper only, I examined the strengths and […]
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This is the second of a three-part feature on the Toronto Maple Leafs 2013 June roster at all three positions: goaltending, defense, and forwards. It will look in-depth at their […]
The Edmonton Oilers hold the No.7 selection in this year’s NHL Entry Draft in Newark, New Jersey and GM Craig MacTavish and the Oilers find themselves in a position to consider all […]
Do the Toronto Maple Leafs even deserve to be in the playoffs this year? Given their performance, the Maple Leafs are rather lucky to be playing into May.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have a number of players they must re-sign prior to July 5 if they want everyone to return, but there are some who shouldn’t.
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.
Nobody benefits from a work stoppage of any sort, but the Toronto Maple Leafs must pray that the NHL and NHLPA can crank out a new CBA before it’s too late.
The Toronto Maple Leafs’ defence corps continues to grow each season, but does that mean they will be good enough when it’s time to play again?
The expiring contracts of Joffrey Lupul, Clarke MacArthur and others have made the Toronto Maple Leafs’ 2013 season look like a tough one, but it’s not…
Last month, I documented some of the NHL’s best late round picks of the 2000, 2001, and 2002 NHL Entry Draft. Players such as Henrik Lundqvist, Kevin Bieksa, and Brooks […]
Luke Schenn, Nikolai Kulemin and others make the list of the Leafs’ top five trade bait options
…however, one player that has fallen under the radar and has made a big impact is defenseman Carl Gunnarsson.