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Toronto Maple Leafs: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

There is less than a month before the Toronto Maple Leafs begin another regular season. The Toronto Maple Leafs will likely once again be a top team this year, though they will be hoping for a different playoff result. This means, that they will have

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Published: 5 months ago

Toronto Maple Leafs and Senators Should Make Blockbuster Trade

The Toronto Maple Leafs cannot go into the season with their blue-line the way it is. The current Toronto Maple Leafs blue-line features almost zero physicality, limited upside, and no elite players. As we’ve seen before, these things are pretty im

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Published: 5 months ago

Maple Leafs Rookie Tournament, Noah Gregor’s tryout, and playoff hockey: Leaflets

We’re less than two weeks away from training camp and a number of the Leafs are already back in Toronto and hitting the ice in informal skates. There are already a few quotes trickling in about excitement for this year and how great everyone is, bu

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Published: 5 months ago

Oilers’ Host Posts McDavid Stats, Balks at Matthews is Best Claim

The post Oilers’ Host Posts McDavid Stats, Balks at Matthews is Best Claim appeared first on NHL Trade Talk. Edmonton Oilers' host highlights Connor McDavid's dominant stats, challenging that Auston Matthews is the best "overall player" in the NHL.

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Published: 5 months ago

Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Knies, Hyman, Galchenyuk & Dubas

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll take a look at the similarities between former Maple Leaf Zach Hyman and newcomer Matthew Knies. Both Knies and…

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Published: 5 months ago

Snapshots: Nylander, Flames, Senators

In a recent interview with The Athletic’s Pierre LeBrun, new Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Brad Treliving spoke about contract talks with William Nylander. He made it clear that Toronto wants to re-sign the top-six winger, adding, “[Nylande

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Published: 5 months ago

Signing Patrick Kane does not make sense for the Toronto Maple Leafs

For anyone who needs to hear this: Patrick Kane is not a good fit for the Toronto Maple Leafs, and they should stay away at all costs. Salary cap issues aside, it wouldn’t make much sense to pursue the future Hall-of-Famer once he’s good to go fo

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Published: 5 months ago

Maple Leafs Willing to Wait on Nylander Deal and “Play This Out”

The countdown to the 2023-24 NHL season has begun, and for the Toronto Maple Leafs, it’s marked by the urgent quest to secure an extension for their dynamic forward, William…

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Published: 5 months ago

Treliving Admits He’s Failed to Instill Sense of Urgency in Nylander

The post Treliving Admits He’s Failed to Instill Sense of Urgency in Nylander appeared first on NHL Trade Talk. Toronto Maple Leafs focus on extending William Nylander, aiming to secure key player before the season. So far, they've had no luck. Th

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Published: 5 months ago

Former Toronto Maple Leafs Forward Facing Drunk Driving Charge

Former Toronto Maple Leafs forward Kasperi Kapanen was suspected of aggravated drunk driving. Finnish sports news site Yle Urheilu reported the story on Thursday, September 7th, 2023. The Toronto Maple Leafs acquired the former first-round pick of th

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Published: 5 months ago

LeBrun: What’s the Maple Leafs’ level of urgency with William Nylander? Catching up with GM Brad Treliving

The Maple Leafs GM talked Nylander contract, the Matthews deal and why he targeted the free agents he did in a sitdown with The Athletic.

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Published: 5 months ago

"25 beers deep": Tuukka Rask learned Leafs traded him in the middle of a three-day bender

Toronto Maple Leafs fans may never forget that they traded Tuukka Rask to the Boston Bruins, but the Finnish netminder himself doesn’t have much memory of it at all. Rask was selected 21st overall in the 2005 draft by the Leafs, but was traded to

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Published: 5 months ago