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.
Maple Leafs goalie prospect Ian Scott had a dream year for The Prince Albert Raiders and Monday night he was rewarded With The WHL Championship and Playoff MVP. After going 38-8-2 in the regular season with a 1.83GAA and .932SV% Scott carried that momentum into the playoffs where he went 16-6-1 with a 1.96GAA and […]Read More Ian Scott caps off historic season with WHL Championship.
As many of you may already know, this is Jeremy Braccos first full season as a Toronto Marlie and what a season it was. A season that saw it’s top players, Kaspari Kapanen, Andreas Johnsson, and Travis Dermott, all graduate to the NHL while leaving space for the next emerging star to grab hold of […]Read More Jeremy Bracco: A Winning Tradition
Although it may be hard to find a positive after last night we can’t get caught up in 1 game. The Maple Leafs took game 1 in dominant fashion and will head home looking to build on that. On a night that saw the refs dictate the outcome and the buds most likely lose Kadri […]Read More Maple Leafs head home with 1-1 series, stealing home Ice from Bruins.
Where We’ve Been: Preview Written by Brian MargaritIn what seems like an entire lifetime ago, there was nothing I enjoyed more than writing about the history of the Leafs. But, life comes at you fast. Where you’ve been and how you got there is now more important to me than that. But now I’ve circled back […]Read More Where We’ve Been: A Series