July 28 2015 10:16AM
A couple nights ago, Sportsnet Magazine's Gare Joyce reported that the Leafs' Dave Morrison - head of amateur scouting - was to be let go by his new boss, Lou Lamoriello. Eventually it came out in the wash that Morrison hadn't been notified of such a move, and Joyce stepped back a little on his initial claim to clarify that the team would perhaps be shuffling chairs instead. Turns out the latter is true, and Morrison will stay on board to make a change to pro scouting.
In a Shocking Turn of Events the Leafs Sign Their Top Draft Pick, Mitch Marner, to an Entry Level Contract
July 28 2015 09:59AM
Ring the church bells, send the smoke up through the chimney of the ACC, the Leafs have signed the next saviour of the franchise.
This was something that seemed inevitable, but when Travis Dermott signed before Marner there was a hilarious panic through a small section of Leafs Nation that looks even more unwarranted today.
July 28 2015 09:28AM
With the offseason moving along to a calmer time and Leafs news maybe winding down a little, we've decided to spend some of our time looking at the team that was, is, and will be moving forward. Yesterday Jeff looked into the 2000-01 season and today we'll be talking about the 2001-02 Leafs team, a roster that could arguably be the most talented they've assembled in the last twenty years.
July 27 2015 06:35PM
Just click read more. I don't have a description for you either, at least this week.
July 27 2015 07:48AM
As the summer drags on here at The Leafs Nation dot com, we've decided to spend some of our time looking at the team that was, is, and will be moving forward. To kick things off, we'll be spending some time talking about the 2000/01 Leafs roster, one that showed signs of extreme potential but didn't exactly go an extreme distance.