September 15 2015 04:07PM
Remember that time the Boston Bruins came back from way, way, way behind to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7? Of course you don't. You spent months trying to forget that. It pretty much never even happened, right?
Wrong. Here's Patrice Bergeron talking to our very own Steve Dangle about that exact time that the Boston Bruins came back from way, way, way behind and yadda yadda yadda...
September 15 2015 02:34PM
Though he was one of the Toronto Maple Leafs' best trade chips last season, I was still sad to see Daniel Winnik go. Signed to an extremely reasonable one-year, $1.3M deal last offseason, Winnik was one of those reliable and effective bottom six forwards that people don't actually hate. Most endearing was his underrated offensive pop, which helped him move up and down the lineup and post 25 points in 58 games.
September 15 2015 11:00AM
If you've been following along with William Nylander's career since he was drafted by the Leafs last summer, you already know that since then he's done anything and everything the team could have asked of him performance-wise. His talent was again on display in the Leafs' rookie tournament this past weekend, and among his peers, the young Swede looked out of place. [In a good way, of course.]
September 15 2015 09:52AM
In an attempt to expand our readership to include younger Leafs fans we've decided to add a story time feature to The Leafs Nation. So grab some arrowroot cookies and a sippy cup of juice and share in the adventures of Tyler Bozak's first Leafs training camp without Phil Kessel.
September 14 2015 03:52PM
After a rough start in the rookie tournament, the Leafs managed to end things on a high note. Their star prospects proved their salt, some smaller names had their moments, and now the surviving group will make its way to Halifax to have training camp with the big boys. We'll see who makes the cut and how they decide it - personally, I think they should cut anyone who can't run up the Danger Wave on the first try.