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Here's what the Leafs lines look like for their season opener

After a long preseason, it’s almost time for Toronto Maple Leafs games to start counting in the standings once again. Tomorrow, Toronto will take on its rival, the Montreal Canadiens, to kick off the 2023-24 campaign, hosting the Habs for a 7 pm E

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Published: 6 months ago

TLN Predicts the Maple Leafs season

It’s that time of year again when I dust off the google forms and put the TLN to work on predicting who will stand out and who will come up short in the coming season. Like previous seasons I forgot that 20 questions runs a little long when you put

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Published: 6 months ago

Toronto Maple Leafs’ Top-20 Goal Scorers All-Time

The Toronto Maple Leafs have been around for more than a century. With 100 plus years of history, they have had several characters and numerous Hall of Fame players. Many…

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Published: 6 months ago

One question for each member of Maple Leafs’ Core Four as 2023-24 begins

At the centre of the Maple Leafs’ off-season of change remains the Core Four: Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner, William Nylander and John Tavares. What are they up against? Sonny Sachdeva dives in.

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Published: 6 months ago

Leafs and Raptors home games will have AI-driven concession stands

The Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors are tapping into artificial intelligence to help speed up concession lines at Scotiabank Arena. As part of an ongoing $350 million renovation of the 24-year-old venue, the arena is unveiling a pair of stan

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Published: 6 months ago

Why the Leafs would have been wise to keep Sam Lafferty

Gone before he ever really had the chance…the Toronto Maple Leafs traded Sam Lafferty to the Vancouver Canucks in exchange for a 5th-round draft pick. The speedy forward ended up being a salary cap casualty, with Noah Gregor and his league minimum

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Published: 6 months ago

Multi-coloured stick tape no longer allowed in NHL due to Pride ban: report

After multiple NHL players decided not to participate in Pride Night activities last year, commissioner Gary Bettman called the jerseys “a distraction.” The league responded by banning special warmup jerseys of any kind back in June. Now, it’

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Published: 6 months ago

This Could Come Back to Haunt the Toronto Maple Leafs

During the 2023 offseason, the Toronto Maple Leafs allowed a fair number of their pending free agents to walk. The players that the Toronto Maple Leafs let go included Luke Schenn, Ryan O’Reilly, Justin Holl, Erik Gustafsson, Noel Acciari and Alexa

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Published: 6 months ago

Brad Treliving on William Nylander entering his walk season without a new contract: “We will continue to work away at it quietly in the background”

On the first day of the NHL season, GM Brad Treliving joined The Fan 590 to discuss Fraser Minten making the NHL roster to start the season and William Nylander shifting back to the wing after the initial plan to play him at center. Ahead of the firs

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Published: 6 months ago

4 Maple Leafs Questions That Must Be Answered Before Season

Sunday was the day Toronto Maple Leafs fans have been expecting for a while now. The team made a trade and placed six players on waivers so it could become…

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Published: 6 months ago

16 people who will define the 2023-24 NHL season

Eight players. Three front-office executives. Two head coaches. One recently unveiled team owner. One prospective team owner. And one union head.The following isn't a definitive list of the people who'll define the 2023-24 season, but it identifies 1

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Published: 6 months ago

Maple Leafs Prospect Report: Brandon Lisowsky

Checking in on Brandon Lisowsky's start to the season as Toronto's small, prairie sniper. He had a nice Traverse City tournament and is off to a strong start for Saskatoon, but is it enough to make him seem legit?

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Published: 6 months ago