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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #7 – Casey Mittelstadt

The USHL has quickly become one of the best junior hockey leagues in the world, producing more and more drafted prospects with each passing year, to the point where it has now surpassed the QMJHL in terms of player graduation. This year is no different, as a number of USHL players have been ranked in…

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The Leafs Geeks Podcast – Episode 51: Q&A Session

Here’s the iTunes & SoundCloud links to the episode (this was recorded a few days ago, sorry I’m late posting it on TLN, it’s been a nightmare trying to get stuff out with a computer over the past couple weeks). In this week’s episode, I had listeners send in questions on twitter about the offseason,…

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Trading for Pysyk would be a fine fallback for the Leafs

The dream this summer is for the Leafs to address their weakness on defence in a big way. Writers and fans have been fawning over the idea of trading for Josh Manson of the Ducks ahead of the expansion draft, Shattenkirk will be out there as a free agent, and if we want to get…

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2016-17 Leafs’ Season in Review: Martin Marincin

Due to a mid-season injury, and the fact that he’s already a player on the very edge of being considered NHL-caliber anyway, Martin Marincin played just 25 games on an improved Leafs club in his second season in Toronto. So, truthfully, there isn’t much to review in terms of his impact on the team in…

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Nation Network 2017 Prospect Profile: #8 – Nick Suzuki

Coming in at #8 on our consensus ranking is Owen Sound Attack centre Nick Suzuki. Suzuki was one of the OHL’s most prolific players this season, finishing fifth in scoring and first among first-time draft-eligible players. Despite scoring at a rate consistent with a top-five pick, Suzuki has been ranked in the late first round…