TheHockeyWriters.com correspondent Ted Warren had the opportunity to visit with David Steckel who is currently assigned to the Anaheim Ducks AHL affiliate the Norfolk Admirals. The 31-year-old signed an AHL deal with Norfolk on October 29th; however; the Ducks voided Steckel’s AHL contract on November 11th signing the Ohio State alumnus to a one-year two-way contract.
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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…
This week the panel discusses if the Toronto Maple Leafs have been toying with Nazem Kadri’s success, players’ ice time and who on the Leafs’ roster deserves to stay and who deserves to go…
The Toronto Maple Leafs have had a very rough season in 2011-2012. Has a poorly constructed bottom-six forward group played a key role in that?
January 1, 2011. It is a date that two men became forever linked together. Two men at the complete opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of their status in […]
Maple Leafs Panel is a weekly feature that is published every Monday here on The Hockey Writers. It is a feature where THW Toronto Maple Leafs correspondents Lukas Hardonk, Mark Ascione and Alex Mamalis answer three questions […]
The year of 2011 is coming to an end. For some, it couldn’t have gone by any slower. Others don’t want it to end so soon. Either way, it’s still […]
Maple Leafs Panel is a weekly feature that will be published every Monday here on The Hockey Writers. It is a feature where THW Toronto Maple Leafs correspondents Lukas Hardonk, Mark Ascione, Raihan Hussain and Alex Mamalis answer a few questions that concern the Maple Leafs each week. This is the debut edition of Maple Leafs Panel
Sidney Crosby will miss the next two games for the Pittsburgh Penguins. He received an accidental elbow to the head from Boston’s David Krejci on Monday.
We have passed the one-quarter point of the 2011-2012 NHL regular season, which means we now have a good idea of how most players and teams will perform this season. For the Toronto Maple Leafs, certain players have stuck out more than others
As everyone knows by now, the Toronto Maple Leafs are off to a hot start. While a quick 2-0-0 start didn’t really surprise too many people, 3-0-0 after a full week off really got them wondering. After that, the Leafs improved to 4-0-1 and are still full of positive momentum
For now, all seems right with the Boston Bruins. The components that were deemed missing and the efforts that were lacking when the team started the season all showed up at once on Thursday night when the Bruins beat the red-hot Toronto Maple Leafs, 6-2.
The game was all Boston, really. The team showed a full-60 minute effort, had success on the power-play and big games for many role players who had seemed be complacent to start the season. Maybe it was Shawn Thornton’s spirited bout early in the first period with Colton Orr that set the tone or perhaps the Bruins first power-play goal of the night that built the B’s confidence back up. Whatever it was, worked.