September 23 2015 12:08PM
William Nylander has looked pretty damn good in two preseason games so far. His skating is top notch, his creativity is excellent and most importantly he's produced on the scoresheet. Sure, we're pretty early in the process of cutting down the roster, but it certainly looks like Nylander will stick around until the end and either make the team or be one of its last cuts. So, which way should it go?
September 23 2015 09:11AM
With a day off from camp activities and now with three preseason games in the books, it seemed that today was inevitably going to be a roster cut day. The Leafs didn't go overly deep with their cuts, but some of the names on the list are surprising.
September 23 2015 08:30AM
Acquired from the New York Islanders just last week, Michael Grabner could turn out to be Toronto's most impressive
offseason preseason acquisition. A blindingly fast skater, the 27-year old Grabner arrives in The Six to shore up the right side of the roster and help kill penalties. Heading into the final year of his current five-year deal, Grabner is also a prime candidate to be flipped for assets down the road - a team building/team dismantling tactic that Nations Overlord and handsome man Thomas Drance discussed yesterday.
Read more about the Leafs' latest acquisition past the jump...
September 22 2015 09:26PM
On this episode of the podcast, the guys talk about the Leafs, Lupul, Jagr, Ho-Sang, and more!
Oh and Jesse messed up his eye because he's a good ol' Canadian kid!
September 22 2015 08:32PM
Whether or not you like the steps the Leafs have made over the course of this rebuild, I think there is one thing that we can all agree on; the Habs are the worst. Any time that you get the opportunity to beat the Montreal Canadiens, you go for it - pre-season, regular season, home ice, away ice, Xbox, Sega Genesis. Doesn't matter. You do it. Tonight was the Leafs' first attempt to do so on the year, and while it took an extra minute or so, they pulled it off, winning 2-1 in three on three overtime.