Joseph Woll, selected in the 3rd round 62nd overall in 2016 has had the best season of his 3 year tenure with Boston College of the H-east league thus far this year. In 24 games the 6’4 202LB netminder has a record of 9-12-3 on a mediocre Boston club however his personal stats are what […]Read More Ian Scott & Joseph Woll paving path to bright future in Maple Leafs crease.
The Maple Leafs find themselves in a similar situation as last year which saw the club lose James Van Riemsdyk to UFA at seasons end. Although the Leafs would prefer to keep Jake Gardiner (I know some fans might disagree) it is not logical financially, It would require a trade of a roster player for […]Read More Highly unlikely Maple Leafs resign Jake Gardiner.
When Patrick Marleau signed with the Maple Leafs in 2017 to a 3 year contract it received mixed reviews from the fan base, mainly due to his age and his AAV (6.25M) However those fans didn’t take into account what else he brings. Leadership, and veteran presence something the Organization was lacking. The young prospects […]Read More Patrick Marleau brings a lot more to The Maple Leafs than production.
It has been no secret that the Maple Leafs were missing that legitimate top 4 defenseman and they have added that in Jake Muzzin. Not only that, they have checked off a few other boxes on the ‘Team needs’ list. ✔ Grit, the Leafs have been lacking physicality and Muzzin brings that with 111 hits […]Read More Maple Leafs add grit, size, and skill with trade for Muzzin.
Although we have not yet seen it translate to an NHL level the Maple Leafs have built themselves a large farm of defensemen, something fans have been pleading for. In 2017 The club selected RH defensemen Timothy Liljegren 17th overall, a player that had fell in the draft rankings. They followed that up by selecting […]Read More Maple Leafs defense draftees starting to shine.
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Belleville Senators 3-2 in a shootout on Saturday night to move within 1 point of 2nd place Syracuse. Jeremy Bracco found the back of net along with Tom sestito and Gabriel Gagne and Mason Marchment scored in the shootout to lead the Marlies to victory. SCORING: TOR: Jeremy Bracco (Mueller, […]Read More Marlies win 3-2 in shootout to move within 1 point of 2nd in division.
Refrencing Maple Leafs goal song: “And it’s alright, and it’s coming along we got to get right back to where we started from” It is no secret that the Maple Leafs were struggling going 3-7 in their last 10 games prior to last night’s win. However there is a sigh of relief and lots to […]Read More Maple Leafs send fans into All-Star break with optimism.
The Toronto Maple Leafs will cap off the pre All-Star game part of their season tonight as they welcome the Washington Capitals to Scotia Bank Arena. The new look line-up will feature a duo we have not seen yet from Mike Babcock, Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner as the buds look to end their offensive […]Read More GAME PREVIEW: Maple Leafs look for offense in Matthews, Marner duo as they host the Capitals.
13 different players register a point as The Toronto Marlies (21-15-5) have found their groove and have defeated the 1st place Charlotte Checkers (30-10-4) in back to back games, 4-3 in OT on Saturday and 5-0 this afternoon. Jeremy Bracco led things offensively with 2 goals and an assist in the weekend sweep while both […]Read More Marlies complete weekend sweep of 1st place Checkers with 5-0 win!
It is no secret the Maple Leafs made a mistake in September, one i’m sure Kyle Dubas wasn’t expecting. When training camp came to a conclusion the Leafs had a decision to make between Curtis Mcelhinney, Garret Sparks, and Calvin Pickard. Controversially electing to keep the AHL goalie of the year and the youngest of […]Read More The depth Michael Hutchinson brings to The Maple Leafs organization.