Meet Ian Scott, a hidden gem amongst the Leafs’ prospects

With the Toronto Maple Leafs having a luxurious amount of goaltending depth, It can be easy to overlook one of their goalie prospects, Ian Scott, who just inked an ATO with the Marlies yesterday afternoon. And it’s not hard to understand why the Prince Albert Raiders starting net-minder is oftentimes forgotten about. If you scroll…


The Case For Roman and Leo

Good stories are what makes the NHL postseason interesting – injuries, late-game heroics, and controversial calls, are examples of what can turn a dull series into the series that your boss will come to your desk and talk about the “clutch performer.”


Carl Grundström joins the Marlies

After finishing up a strong season in Sweden with Frölunda HC, Carl Grundström will travel across the pond to join the Toronto Marlies for their playoff run.


What Babcock will probably do versus Boston’s best line

It’s approaching game one, and everyone is starting to talk about what the Leafs need to do to beat the Bruins. The common theme is shutting down the Bergeron trio, but that’s much easier said than done considering that might be the strongest line in all of hockey. That said, when Toronto goes up against…


Looking Back on Boston and Series’ of Old

The Toronto Maple Leafs will be facing the Boston Bruins in the upcoming first round of the 2018 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. This is, of course not the first time these teams have faced each other in the playoffs. Being two Original Six teams, they have faced off plenty of times in the history of…


The Leafs and John Tavares are a great match

Recently, Cam Lewis (Nation Network Editor-in-Chief) wrote and article titled “John Tavares and the Leafs aren’t a match”. The premise of this article, as the title suggests, is that the Leafs aren’t a realistic option for John Tavares to sign with this off-season. My response to this can probably best be described by this gif: