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Bobby Cappuccino Answers Your Questions For Brendan Shanahan

Earlier today, the official Toronto Maple Leafs held a Twitter Q&A with Brendan Shanahan. Users were asked to submit questions with #AskShanny. Brendan did a great job answering a select few questions, but a lot of great questions went unanswered. As Brendan and I are both alpha males and have great abs, I felt like…

Kapanen shrugs off Kessel comparisons: ‘I don’t really care’

View image | gettyimages.com Phil Kessel may be enjoying a more relaxed environment with the Pittsburgh Penguins, but back in Toronto, highly touted prospect Kasperi Kapanen is already starting to feel the heat. Kapanen, who was the centrepiece coming back to the Leafs in a blockbuster deal that sent Kessel to the Penguins on July 1,…

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Johnston: Maple Leafs’ plan to ‘build smart and build slowly’ will result in Marner, Nylander playing outside the NHL

Photo Credit: Steve Mitchell/USA TODAY Sports From dampened tracksuits to potentially disastrous predatory offer sheets that failed to account for a pretty important CBA article, Sportsnet reporter Chris Johnston has broken all kinds of colourful, interesting, and controversial stories in his career.  This month Johnston has got a new sort of challenge though: tour the country and host…

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The Roundup

The Leafs should not entertain a trade for Stamkos, Lucic to Canucks next summer begins, McDavid chooses his roommate in Edmonton, Sam Bennett to play the middle in Calgary, Penticton rookie tournament rosters announced, fantasy hockey previews, a great scrap between stars and more in this week’s Nation Roundup brought to you by Violent Gentlemen.

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Mats Sundin Named To Legends Row

After weeks of speculation, the Toronto Maple Leafs have announced that Mats Sundin will be the man who graces the seventh statue in Air Canada Centre’s “Legends Row”.

Cody Franson signs with Buffalo; How Does That Make You Feel?

View image | gettyimages.com Finally, one of the best free agent defencemen available this offseason has found a home. A horrible, horrible home. But a home nonetheless. The Buffalo Sabres have officially signed former Leafs defenceman Cody Franson to a two-year contract that carries an annual cap hit of $3.325M. Franson spent the past four…