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Why Michal Neuvirth Can Lighten Freddy’s Load

Last week, everyone received a notification from Leafs PR. No, it was not THE notification. Just a simple alert that veteran goaltender, Michal Neuvirth had been signed to a PTO. We have reached the point in the summer where people argue on Twitter over the most mundane topics. But this…this is actually interesting to me….

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Garret Sparks and the Burden of Constant Opportunity

The Toronto Maple Leafs selected Garret Sparks in the seventh-round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, 191st overall. That was seven years ago. 84 months; 447 weeks; 3,131 days. And though it may not feel like it, that is a long, long time. In June 2011, Barack Obama was in his first term as President…

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Toronto Maple Leafs 2019/20 Points OVER/UNDER Odds Analysis

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post Not many teams in the NHL can complain about totaling 100 points during the regular season. But the Toronto Maple Leafs had high expectations of performing better than that last year and will be looking to top the 100-point mark in the season ahead en route to possibly winning…

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Leafs Depth Signings Suggest Marlies Could Be Even Better Next Year

When it comes to the offseason plans of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ AHL affiliate, it’s out with the old and in with the new. Coming off a season in which the organization’s most promising prospects – Rasmus Sandin, Jeremy Bracco, Timothy LIljegren, Adam Brooks, Pierre Engvall and Mason Marchment – propelled the team to within…

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The Leafs are going to miss Ron Hainsey

Aside from his dad-like attitude on this team and in post-game interviews, defenceman Ron Hainsey was able to contribute something to last year’s Maple Leafs team that they might be struggling to do all next season.

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Nick Robertson turns in solid performance in first game at the Summer Showcase

We’re still a long ways away from any current Maple Leafs hitting the ice, but a few prospects have already gotten a head start. Nicholas Robertson, the Leafs’ most recent 2nd round selection, took the ice yesterday with his American teammates to take on the Finns in the World Junior Summer Showcase. Robertson, wearing #14,…

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Don’t expect much from Jordan Schmaltz

It appears that the Toronto Maple Leafs are really the only team making any sort of transactions this past week or so. Making a total of two trades as August approaches is basically unheard of in the NHL, but Kyle Dubas apparently never sleeps and always can find room to change his team ever so…

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Leafs trade Borgman to St. Louis for Jordan Schmaltz

The Leafs appear to be pretty active these days, as they’ve made another move in acquiring Jordan Schmaltz from the St. Louis Blues for Andreas Borgman. #Leafs have traded Andreas Borgman to St. Louis for right-shot defenceman Jordan Schmaltz. A former first round pick by St. Louis is 2012, Schmaltz played in 20 regular season…

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Why the Leafs Really Traded for David Clarkson

Now that the dust has settled, we can step back and take a look at the entire landscape surrounding the Clarkson trade 2.0. Let’s take a look at why the trade makes sense for both teams, and what impact it will have moving forward. Why it makes sense for the Golden Knights One look at…

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Leafs sign seven (yes, seven) free agents

With the cap flexibility the Leafs opened up yesterday in their trade for the David Clarkson contract, today it was time to make some things official around signing news we heard earlier in the summer. Oh, and sign like four other guys besides that too. This morning Toronto announced they’ve signed seven unrestricted free agents…