Leafs Postgame: I Feel Like Parenteau

Jeff Veillette
February 25 2016 08:50PM

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The Leafs jumped a whole two points ahead of the Edmonton Oilers today, but the reasoning behind it makes it worth it. Several of Toronto's remaining trade chips had solid nights tonight, as the Blue and White defeated the Carolina Hurricanes by a score of 3-1. 

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James van Riemsdyk to be shut down for the season

Jeff Veillette
February 25 2016 12:24PM

Those who were hoping for the Leafs to pull out another blockbuster by Monday will have to rule James van Riemsdyk off the list. While most didn't realistically expect him to be on the block, reports have confirmed that the star left winger will likely be spending the remainder of the year on the Injured Reserve.

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Marlies take Senators to school in Morning Victory

Jeff Veillette
February 24 2016 06:12PM

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If there's one thing better than winning a professional hockey game, it's winning it before lunch time. The Toronto Marlies did just that today, winning their first school day game of the year by a score of 3-1 in front of 8000 screaming children.

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Maple Leafs Trade Deadline 2016: You've Submitted Your Proposals; Now Its Time To Vote

Jeff Veillette
February 24 2016 11:55AM

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A few weeks ago, we asked you to play the role of Lou Lamoriello (or Kyle Dubas, for those of you who read your hockey news on your phones) and submit your trade proposals to make the team better, be it now or eventually. Of course, a quarter of the organization has moved in that time frame, but a few ideas survived.

Now, its in your hands. It's up you to decide who the best Armchair GM in the classroom is.

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Friedman: Expect Leafs to trade "everything not bolted down", which might include Nazem Kadri

Jeff Veillette
February 22 2016 01:49PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs are doing a heck of a job shedding names that they don't see in their long-term plans this month; be it the long-term contract of Dion Phaneuf, or the short-term mercenaries like Shawn Matthias, Roman Polak, and Nick Spaling. But what if they started looking at even bigger moves?

Enter Elliotte Friedman, who came in with an interesting nugget this afternoon.

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