Leafs cut thirteen players

Ryan Fancey
September 25 2014 08:45AM

After the pair of split-squad games last night, the Leafs were expected to reduce their camp roster heavily at some point today. Looks like they've done it.

The list of players cut includes the following: Greg McKegg, David Broll, Connor Brown, Jamie Devane, Carson McMillan, Brady Vail, Brad Ross, Eric Knodel, Andrew MacWilliam, Brendan Mikkelson, Tom Nilsson, Christopher Gibson (goaltender) and Cal Heeter (goaltender). 

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Leafs Postgame - The other one

Ryan Fancey
September 25 2014 07:11AM

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Wednesday evening the Leafs played a pair of split-squad games against the Senators. Two games, happening at the same time, 450 kilometres apart. 

It was a lot to wrap our heads around, but we came through. Find Jeff's recap of the Toronto game right here. 

Over in Ottawa, the Leafs sent a paper-thin lineup to take on guys like Karlsson, Ryan, Turris, and MacArthur. The game went as expected, but on the backs of Carrick and Rielly, the Leafs kept it close to the end. 

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Leafs Postgame: Collapse in Toronto

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 24 2014 08:50PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators decided that the best way to keep the fans happy was to play two games in two cities at the exact same time. I don't know if it did anything other than tutor everybody on the difference between TSN4 and TSN 5, but I digress. Ryan will hook you up with what you need to know about the game in the Canadian Tire Centre, but here's what happened in Toronto:

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THE RISE OF JEANSHORTS

Wanye
September 24 2014 04:33PM


Please watch this video. If you want to know more read the article. If you want to start pre-emptively celebrating and never want to read another word we totally get it.

What an age to be alive!

*whistles loudly*

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How Willie Nylander Won Toronto's Heart

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
September 24 2014 01:40PM

Yesterday was William Nylander's first preseason game as a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The eighteen year old forward, who I will now affectionately refer to as "Prettier Patrick Kane" had a ton of hype placed upon him, and delivered with a late-game goal. Over the course of the night, he captured the attention and the hearts of the collective fanbase. Let's look at some key moments.

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