September 22 2013 08:54PM
So John Scott jumps Phil Kessel and Phil Kessel two-hands John Scott (thrice) and David Clarkson leaves the bench to fight John Scott and Phil Kessel fights Brian Flynn and Jonathan Bernier fights Ryan Miller and David Clarkson gets a 10-game suspension and Jonathan Bernier celebrates with Justin Bieber.
September 21 2013 09:40AM
A few days ago, Ryan Fancey took a look at several Leafs forwards and their fantasy value. Some time between then and now, Leafs Nations readers' luck changed and now you have me writing about the defencemen. Take a look-see here and find out what's going on with the Leafs blueliners - and how they can or can't help your fantasy team.
September 15 2013 08:28PM
Little David Broll. Still terrifyingly huge.
Hey look, hockey is (kind of) back!
A handful of Leafs regulars and a supporting cast of hopefuls took down the Philadelphia Flyers earlier this evening at the Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, winning their first preseason game 4-3.
September 14 2013 08:01AM
After a month of non-stop hot prospect action, The Leafs Nation's Top Twenty Prospects feature has come to an end.
As most of you likely expected all along, Morgan Rielly was named the Leafs' top prospect by our panel of writers. He heads up a group of seven defencemen who made the list, along with twelve forwards and a single goaltender. Since we released our countdown as twenty seperate articles, the least we could do is release one final article with the full list.
September 13 2013 10:37AM
Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Size: 6’1", 205 lbs
2013 Team: Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL), Toronto Marlies (AHL)
Acquired: Drafted, 1st Round, 5th Overall in 2012
Morgan Rielly is The Leafs Nation’s 2013 Top Prospect. Well, obviously.
It’s really no surprise that Rielly, Toronto’s 5th overall pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, took top billing – in fact, he received first place votes across the board. Rielly is the type of high-octane offensive defenceman that every NHL team covets, in the mould of a Kris Letang, Erik Karlsson or Keith Yandle.
Yes, I think he could be that good.
But no, I don’t think he should be in the NHL this year.