It wasn’t to long ago that The Maple Leafs lost both Calvin Pickard and Curtis McElhinney to waivers and Leafs Nation was in an uproar over our goalie depth but with the arrival of Ian Scott and Joseph Woll that is no longer in question. Ian Scott is coming off of a record breaking season […]Read More Ian Scott & Joseph Woll to kick off competition for Marlies starter this weekend in Michigan.
After overager Justin Brazeau exploded in his last 2 OHL seasons, a combined 188 points in 136 games with 100 goals he became a hot commodity to a majority if The NHL as a 21 year old. Not only was he an offensive juggernaut for The North Bay Battalion but he also stood out for […]Read More After 61 goals and 113 point OHL season Justin Brazeau gets set for first Leafs Camp.
When The Leafs took the podium with their 1st pick in The 2019 NHL Entry Draft (53rd overall) they took 5’9 Left Winger Nicholas Robertson as Leafs Nation sighed ‘ yet another small forward’. Robertson however was to good for managment to pass on, although a smaller figure often tends to lean their skill set […]Read More Maple Leafs bet on Nicholas Robertson in 2nd round paying off.
With questions surrounding The Maple Leafs back-up job at the end of the season and heading into the playoffs following an announcement of Garret Sparks assignment these questions continue to loom into the off season. The 2019-2020 schedule was released today and there won’t be much time into the regular season to figure it out […]Read More Michael Hutchinson favorite to be Leafs back-up goalie for 2019-2020 season.
First and foremost and number 1 on Kyle Dubas’ priority list this off season is to try to lock up Maple Leafs leading scorer Mitch Marner, although things appear to be at a stand still as Marner’s Camp is seeking 11M+ while Leafs managment is in the 9-10M per year range. Things could turn into […]Read More Kyle Dubas in for busy summer with RFA’s and Trades.
Since being drafted in the 1st round in 2017 Liljegren has been on most Leafs fans radars. The 6′ 195lb RH defenseman had another steady season for The Marlies however not the season he himself would have envisioned. Playing in The AHL under the age of 20 is a difficult task, and although the Swedes […]Read More Year In Review: Timothy Liljegren.
It’s no secret that the majority of Leafs Nation and William Nylander aren’t on good terms, after a hold out for 1/4 of the season and a lack luster performance with The the other 3/4 it is understandable. However let’s step aside from our anger for a moment and think about what is going on […]Read More Why Leafs fans should be happy with Nylander’s IIHF World performance, not angry.