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Canada Postgame: Cal Foote’s Hand(e)

In their opening game of the 2018 World Juniors, Team Canada claimed a 4-2 win over Team Finland, walking away with their first victory of the preliminary round of the tournament. In typical WJC fashion, the win today was exciting and the game was full of action.  The Canadians have a very strong and deep…

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Five Ideal Replacements for Dominic Moore Next Season

As Christmas quickly approaches, so does the trade deadline. With some key UFAs on the Leafs roster, they need to decide sooner or later what’s going to happen to them. While this may not affect the Leafs at all this season, it’s a good idea to see who should stay, who should go, and who…

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WJC Preview: The blue and white taking to international ice

With the 2018 World Junior Hockey Championships kicking off tomorrow, it’s time we examine the most important part of this year’s tournament: their relation to the best team in the NHL – the Toronto Maple Leafs, of course. Three Toronto prospects will lace up for their respective nations this year in Buffalo, the total sitting…

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Five Ideal Replacements for Leo Komarov Next Season

As Christmas quickly approaches, so does the trade deadline. With some key UFAs on the Leafs roster, they need to decide sooner or later what’s going to happen to them. While this may not affect the Leafs at all this season, it’s a good idea to see who should stay, who should go, and who…

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Five Ideal Replacements for Tyler Bozak Next Season

As Christmas quickly approaches, so does the trade deadline. With some key UFAs on the Leafs roster, they need to decide sooner or later what’s going to happen to them. While this may not affect the Leafs at all this season, it’s a good idea to see who should stay, who should go, and who…

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Morning After Recap: Catching A (Holiday) Break

Good morning folks! If you celebrate Christmas, this morning is probably a good morning because it’s Christmas Eve. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, this morning is still good because the Leafs somehow held on to win a game that they seemed destined to blow going into the Holiday break. Two points are two points, however,…

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Post Game: Holiday Cheer! (AKA Kevin Hayes Holidays)

  How’s your heart rate after that? By some Christmas Miracle, the Leafs held off the Rangers’ third period barrage, with a little help from Kevin Hayes and with no thanks whatsoever to their own puck luck. It was an ugly, ugly 3-2 win by the time it was all said and done, but we’ll…