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Postgame: Selfless David Pastrnak comes up short

The rivalry between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs is usually one of the most fun things to watch on the Twitterverse, and the games tend to be played like the Game Seven everyone would love to do over. So when you can get a chance to squash all that excitement and good…

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The Monday Marlie: Mason Marchment Playing His Way On to Leafs Radar

Through the Toronto Marlies last three games–where they went 2-0-1-0–the Toronto Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate received massive contributions from one of the organizations fastest-rising prospects Mason Marchment, who has 13 points in 13 games with the Marlies this season, accumulated five goals and one helper over the last three games. Each of those five goals…

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Monday Mailbag: Nylander Watch Week Begins

Closure. It’s coming this week. Closure is good. We get all move on with our lives, unless we don’t. Who knows. Let’s answer questions… is Nylander signing with the Leafs? — Bandwagon Leafs Fan (@hockeyphreak) November 26, 2018 I’d say it’s 50/50. He’s either going to or he isn’t. Let’s look at the Pros and…

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LGD: They Did Surgery On The Bruins

It’s Game Day! The Franken-roster Bruins are in town tonight to take on the Buds at Scotiabank Arena. The Bruins are seemingly missing half of their roster, which is pretty terrifying for a one-line team. The Leafs, meanwhile, may be playing their last Matthews and Nylander-less game of the season tonight. Exciting times! At A…

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Is Andreas Johnsson the Leafs’ next breakout player?

The Leafs have a number of tough decisions to make once Auston Matthews and assuming he signs, William Nylander, returns to the lineup.  For some players, their return forces them out of the lineup but for Andreas Johnsson, the return of Matthews and Nylander could mean an opportunity he has rarely received in the past:…