March 01 2016 02:30PM
With the deadline over we now can begin our countdown towards the end of the 2015-16 season. The Leafs have 21 games remaining, tied for second most games remaining in the league (only the Islanders have 22 remaining). With 21 games happening in the next 40 days, the Leafs average just under a day off in between games, which is a pretty tiring stretch run.
The good news is that's helpful in their race to the bottom of the standings. Here are a few other things that may help them along the way.
March 01 2016 01:42PM
The future is now.
March 01 2016 12:30PM
Sheldon Keefe is going to be an NHL head coach, it's just a matter of when a searching team makes that phone call.
It could be this summer, it could be next, but either way, I'd bet on it happening relatively soon.
March 01 2016 12:05PM
Photo Credit: Christian Bonin/TSGPhoto.com
One of the best things about having a never-ending prospect pool is that when players graduate, your minor league systems aren't completely decimated. Even still, there's a limit, which many felt the Toronto Marlies would hit when their entire top line (William Nylander, Kasperi Kapanen, and Zach Hyman), and play driving utility forward Nikita Soshnikov headed up to the Maple Leafs.
If today was any indication, that won't be the case. Armed with a few alternative reinforcements, the Marlies handily beat the second overall by a score of 4-0.
March 01 2016 10:36AM
The trade deadline has come and gone, and while Toronto wasn't at all active on deadline day they still accomplished a tremendous amount of work in the months leading up to it. In total, 12 bodies and one draft pick were moved out by the Leafs and 11 bodies (three of them prospects) and six draft picks came back the other way.
Was it a great effort by Toronto's front office? Absolutely, but we know that not all trades are made equal. Which was your favourite? Which did you hate? Let us know below...