January 01 2016 11:21AM
The Reimer injury saga continues. The Leafs today announced that Reimer will be held out against St. Louis tomorrow, with Jonathan Bernier getting the start and Antoine Bibeau backing him up. It'll be Reimer's second straight game out with a groin injury that he re-aggravated in the third period of Tuesday's blowout loss to the Islanders. Reimer has now missed 13 of the last 15 games with injury for the Leafs.
January 01 2016 10:15AM
After a dominant performance on home ice during the 2015 World Junior Hockey Championship, Canada finds itself with a much more difficult road to the gold medal this year. Objective observers saw this year’s tournament as one of the most wide open in a long time and through the preliminary round that has proven to be the case. Sweden & The USA have been impressive, Russia and the Czech Republic have surprised and Finland has looked like a team that could score their way to the finals.The vast majority of the top teams have looked like they could be the team to win gold. Canada, on the other hand, has looked far from it.
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January 01 2016 06:00AM
Brandon Prust has a problem with the department of player safety, Zack Kassian is now an Oiler, Martin Marincin's under appreciated game in Toronto, Sean Monahan is going to get paid too, Jets have a Byfuglien sized dilemma, drafting goalies, fantasy hockey and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings. Happy New Year Nation!!
December 31 2015 04:42PM
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The Toronto Marlies ended a highly successful 2015 on a high note today. Never once giving up the lead in a close 3-2 victory over the Lake Erie Monsters, the team securing their spot as the AHL’s top team at the end of the calendar year.
December 31 2015 04:09PM
Aaron Doster - USA TODAY Sports
You probably don't realize just how big a year it was for the Toronto Maple Leafs - I certainly didn't when I began putting this article together. Big changes to the roster, the coaching staff, and the front office all made for an exciting 365 days, but perhaps most importantly, it all points to a brighter 2016.
So here you have it... the biggest Leafs stories of 2015.