Many historic names have taken part in one of hockey’s oldest and biggest rivalries. From Maurice Richard to Darryl Sittler and Johnny Bower to Ken Dryden, the Toronto Maple Leafs […]
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Over this summer, the Maple Leafs have made several astute hockey moves. Whether we are talking about their signing a plethora of bottom six forwards to increase competition and […]
With the Toronto Maple Leafs inking young defenseman Jake Gardiner to a long term deal this week, is it time for the Edmonton Oilers to follow suit and sign their […]
The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed defenceman Jake Gardiner to a five-year contract extension. [Too Many Men on the Site] According to Trevor Linden, the fighting culture in hockey has […]
After another season-ending collapse, it must be time for the Toronto Maple Leafs to make some big changes. Will Joffrey Lupul & Co. be around next season?
With the fantasy hockey playoffs already in gear in most fantasy formats, there are undoubtedly a slew of managers that are scrambling to add any helpful element to their team […]
The hockey world turns its attention to the transaction wire, as contending teams, and those close to contention, make moves at the NHL trade deadline, which is set for Wednesday […]
There is something special about to happen in the NHL. Not on-ice but rather away from the rink up in the press boxes and executive offices. It only happens once […]
There is a great enduring debate amongst Leaf Nation concerning the importance of captain Dion Phaneuf. Questions are raised to the tune of: is he a true number one defenceman? […]
Leafs Beat Caps in Shootout The Leafs have James Reimer to thank for defeating the Washington Capitlas 2-1 in a shootout Saturday night. The 25 year-old stopped 49 of 50 […]
There’s always been a lot of buzz about the Leafs making bad deals by giving away draft picks and prospects. For example, Tuukka Rask for Andrew Raycroft (still hurts) and […]
This isn’t Pat Quinn’s Leafs from hockey’s version of BC (Before Crosby). When the revolutionary lockout of 2004-05 commenced, the National Hockey League transformed into a high tempo beast. Rules […]