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Justin Holl leaves Maple Leafs practice bloody (Updated)

Update: Sheldon Keefe revealed shortly after practice concluded that Justin Holl received stitches for his injury and should be OK. There is no expected date for his return yet. Justin Holl left the ice midway during the Maple Leafs team practice on Wednesday after sustaining an injury, Kristen Shilton reported. Justin Holl has been bloodied…

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Andreas Johnsson and Timothy Liljegren hit the ice for the first time

Following an extended absence from both for different reasons, Andreas Johnsson and Timothy Liljegren have made their debut appearance at the 2020 Training Camp. Andreas Johnsson (knee) and Timothy Liljegren (unfit) are on the ice ahead of #Leafs training camp sessions today pic.twitter.com/QNdEMz5R7E — Kristen Shilton (@kristen_shilton) July 22, 2020 This is a positive sight…

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What to Expect from Calle Rosen this summer

Over the past 3 seasons Calle Rosen has been one of the best depth defencemen in the Leafs organization, yet he has only played 12 NHL games for the Leafs. A combination of injuries to Rosen and younger defencemen getting more opportunity has resulted in him being overlooked a lot, but the Swedish LHD still…

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What Not To Wear: Hockey Edition

With the NHL moving soon to their Bubbles, there is lots of conversation in the hockey sphere around the relaxation of the Suits on Game Days mandate. From players, to reporters, to fans on Twitter, everyone seems to have an opinion on whether or not suits should be a requirement. For context, since 2005, the…

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What to expect from Martin Marincin this summer

If I could use one word to describe Martin Marincin, I would say he’s¬†mysteriously¬†interesting. I believe that because we never really get to know too much about him, or even see him off of the ice. No social media presence, rarely any interviews (other than when he scored that incredible goal against the Vancouver Canucks)…

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It really looks like Nick Robertson has fast-tracked his way to the Leafs

Next weekend the Leafs will be playing in playoff games. Call it the “play-ins” or “play-downs” or whatever, but for all intents and purposes, when Toronto goes up against Columbus on August 1st, they’re in do or die mode. Lose 3 of 5 and go home. It’s as important as any other postseason matchup they’ve…

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What to expect from Kasperi Kapanen this summer

Expectations were high for Kasperi Kapanen coming into 2019-2020, fresh off his first 20 goal season in the NHL and armed with a shiny new contract. With Zach Hyman still on the shelf through training camp and the beginning of the season, Kapanen was given an opportunity to fill a top six role on his…