Maple Leafs Should Be in on Predators’ Fire Sale
The Nashville Predators have had a disappointing start to the season to say the least, just one point ahead of the Detroit Red Wings in the Central Division and 26th ...
Maple Leafs Are Right to Explore Life After Andersen
Following last week’s blockbuster trade that saw Kasperi Kapanen shipped off to the Pittsburgh Penguins in exchange for a bunch of goodies, it’s clear that the Toronto Maple Leafs are officially open for business. And after an unceremonious qualifying-round loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets, it’s no surprise that general manager Kyle Dubas is looking […]
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Maple Leafs Hit a Home Run With Kapanen Trade
Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas wasted no time in getting back to work after another disappointing end to the season. A little more than two weeks after the Maple Leafs’ Game 5 qualifying-round loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets, the team announced a six-piece blockbuster trade with the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday afternoon. […]
Muzzin Injury Raises Questions for Maple Leafs’ Defence
The Toronto Maple Leafs delivered perhaps their best performance of the season on Tuesday afternoon with a dominating 3-0 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets. Any reason to celebrate, though, was overshadowed by an apparent neck injury to defenceman Jake Muzzin, who was stretchered off the ice late in the third period. News broke Wednesday […]
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How Can the Maple Leafs Crack Blue Jackets in Game 2?
With a 2-0 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday night, it goes without saying that Game 1 did not go according to plan for the Toronto Maple Leafs. A low-scoring, low-event, tight-checking game is exactly what John Tortorella and the Blue Jackets drew up, and the Maple Leafs seemed to fall right into […]
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5 Takeaways from Maple Leafs’ Exhibition Win Over Canadiens
With pre-playoff training camps finally wrapped up, the Toronto Maple Leafs got their first official game action last night as they defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-2 in exhibition play. Related: The Maple Leafs and the Legend of the Muskoka Five A frantic if not slightly sloppy game provided a nice little sneak peek into what […]
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Egor Sokolov – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Egor Sokolov 2019-20 Team: Cape Breton Eagles Date of Birth: June 7, 2000 Place of Birth: Yekaterinburg, RUS Ht: 6’4” Wt: 223 lbs Shoots: Right Position: RW/LW NHL Draft Eligibility: 2018 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 73rd (Among NA skaters) The Hockey Writers (Fisher): 96th The Hockey Writers (Bell): 144th Coming into his […]
Maple Leafs’ 5 Most Memorable Debuts
Despite finishing eighth overall with 100 points last season, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ front office decided to shake things up, leading to huge roster changes. With several notable trades, signings, and internal promotions (plus injuries), only seven players who suited up for the Maple Leafs on opening night in 2018 played in the 2019-20 season […]
Should the Maple Leafs Pursue KHL Star Mikko Lehtonen?
News broke Friday morning that Mikko Lehtonen, this season’s top-scoring defenceman in the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL), had agreed to terminate his contract with Jokerit Helsinki with the intention of moving to the NHL. There are rumors that the Finnish defenceman has already spoken to clubs and has a deal in place, although nothing is […]
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Ryan Francis – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Ryan Francis 2019-20 Team: Cape Breton Eagles Date of Birth: Dec. 2, 2001 Place of Birth: Beaver Bank, NS Ht: 5-foot-9 Wt: 168 lbs Shoots: Right Position: Centre/Right wing NHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 55th (Among NA skaters) Future Considerations: 65th The Draft Analyst: 65th The Hockey Writers (Bell): 53rd […]
Maple Leafs Roundtable: Individual Awards Voting
Now that it’s all but confirmed that the 2019-20 NHL season is done (fingers crossed for the playoffs!), I thought it would be fun to cap off the year with some individual awards voting for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Joined by fellow THW writer Peter Baracchini, and with the help of Twitter, we will be […]
Should the Maple Leafs Bet Big on Ilya Mikheyev?
Last spring, Ilya Mikheyev was a relative unknown in the hockey world outside of Russia. The then 24-year-old winger had just scored a team-leading 23 goals and 45 points for Avangard Omsk of the Kontinental Hockey League before declaring his intention to make the move to the NHL. By April there were rumblings of his […]
Nick Robertson Should be a Maple Leaf Next Season
During this time of darkness and uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s hard to look at the positives in the hockey world. The NHL’s 2019-20 season and playoffs may very well be cancelled, and it’s hard to say when exactly we’ll see our favourite teams take the ice again. But luckily for the Toronto Maple […]
Jack Quinn – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Jack Quinn 2019-20 Team: Ottawa 67’s Date of Birth: Sept. 19, 2001 Place of Birth: Cobden, Ontario Ht: 6-foot Wt: 179 lbs Shoots: Right Position: Right wing NHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 9th (Among NA skaters) Bob McKenzie, TSN: 19th HockeyProspect.com: 11th ISS: 10th McKeen’s Hockey: 16th Future Considerations: 23rd […]
Anton Lundell – 2020 NHL Draft Prospect Profile
Anton Lundell 2019-20 Team: HIFK Date of Birth: Oct. 3, 2001 Place of Birth: Espoo, Finland Ht: 6-foot-1 Wt: 185 pounds Shoots: Left Position: C NHL Draft Eligibility: 2020 first-year eligible Rankings NHL Central Scouting: 4th (Among EU skaters) Bob McKenzie, TSN: 11th HockeyProspect.com: 13th ISS: 8th McKeen’s Hockey: 11th Future Considerations: 6th The Hockey […]
Maple Leafs Win the Biggest Game of the Season Over Panthers
Hockey’s a funny sport. It was less than a week ago that the Toronto Maple Leafs were the laughing stock of the National Hockey League following their embarrassing loss to Zamboni driver turned goaltender David Ayres and the Carolina Hurricanes. Beyond the pure humiliation of losing to an emergency backup goaltender, the 6-3 loss raised […]
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Maple Leafs Have Goaltending Options and That’s a Really Good Thing
It’s been an up and down the past few weeks for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team rifled off three straight wins following the All-Star break, including an impressive 5-3 victory over the Dallas Stars, and all signs were pointing to a strong stretch run into the playoffs. That sense of excitement was quickly put […]
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Maple Leafs: Muzzin Extension Could Make Rielly or Dermott Expendable
Amid the buzz of the playoff hunt and impending trade deadline, the Toronto Maple Leafs are making moves behind the scenes. Most notably, they’re reportedly inching towards a long-term contract extension with defenceman Jake Muzzin. According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, Muzzin and the Maple Leafs are putting the finishing touches on a deal that could […]
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Can Jack Campbell Save the Maple Leafs’ Season?
After weeks of speculation, Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Kyle Dubas finally did what everyone expected by acquiring a backup goaltender. Jack Campbell, plucked from the Los Angeles Kings along with gritty winger Kyle Clifford, was not the first (or second, or third) name on most people’s wish lists, but with rumours about the sky-high […]
Maple Leafs: Nylander’s Comeback Season Just the Beginning
Hockey is a results-driven business, and no one knows that better than Toronto Maple Leafs forward William Nylander. After a lengthy contract stalemate and disappointing 2018-19 campaign with just 27 points in 54 games, members of the media and fanbase alike wrote Nylander off as an overpaid prima donna who would never live up to […]
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