July 15 2016 11:12AM
Photo Credit: Christian Bonin/TSGPhoto.com
July 13 2016 08:49AM
Photo Credit: Tom Szczerbowski/USA TODAY SPORTS
Many suspect that barring several quantity-for-quality or pure dumping trades, the Toronto Maple Leafs' training camp is going to be an absolute dogfight for the various available positions. Simply put, while the Leafs might be presently lacking the top-end talent necessary to be a threat in the Eastern Conference, they have more B-Level depth than just about everyone else through a combination of taking on contracts and playing well on the draft podium.
But there's a problem here, and it's that the team might have no choice but to part ways with some players if a couple of the kids impress in September.
July 12 2016 09:36AM
Photo Credit: Twitter / @TorontoMarlies
The Toronto Marlies added to their AHL-only wing of the roster over the past two days, adding Cason Hohmann and bringing back occasional contributor Eric Faille on one-year deals.
July 12 2016 08:27AM
Some of you are already sick of the Pokemon GO jokes and references taking social media by storm, and quite frankly, you are objectively wrong. This game might be one of the best things to happen to the Western Hemisphere in ages. Nostalgia is bringing the masses together, and it's also convincing everybody to go outside.
The day that the game came out in the US, I downloaded the leaked APK file and went for an hour long bike ride at 12:30 AM. Last night, I ran into a couple outside a church after dark, as we were both trying to hit up a Pokestop. I did my best to pretend that I didn't catch the Zubat that they were also trying to get.
I named him Leo, which is probably the only time I will ever make a Steve Dangle Podcast reference.
With the game already making Nintendo rich as hell again on its way to world domination, let's open the morning by comparing Toronto's three best prospects to the three Pokemon you start your adventure with.
July 11 2016 01:21PM
Photo Credit: HC Spartak Moscow // KHL
Earlier this morning, HC Spartak Moscow announced their latest addition to a rapidly changing roster. To the surprise of many Leafs fans, that addition was Vladimir Bobylev, who was just drafted 122nd overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs three weeks ago. The 19-year-old signed a two-year contract with the KHL team with a two-way clause to give salary flexibility if he were to be sent down to the VHL, Russia's second tier.