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Leafs and Jets meet for the first time this season

Tonight is the opening match for the Toronto Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets in a season where the two teams will battle more times than ever before. The Jets had a fairly quiet off-season, not making many moves. But the move they did make was a big one, acquiring Paul Stastny from the Vegas Golden Knights in…

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The Aaron Dell era is over, the Jason Spezza era continues in Toronto.

It went exactly as expected. Aaron Dell was claimed off of waivers today at noon. Devils claim Dell… — Jason Gregor (@JasonGregor) January 18, 2021 So the good news here is that Dell didn’t go to Scotia North Division opponent that needed a goaltender (read: the Oilers.) The fact that Dell went to New Jersey…

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Nick Robertson will be out for a month

After exiting Saturday’s game due to a knee injury, Sheldon Keefe told the media on Monday that Nick Robertson is expected to be on the sidelines for only a month. The #leafs got "good news" on Nick Robertson yesterday, according to head coach Sheldon Keefe. He'll miss about four weeks. — Chris Johnston (@reporterchris) January…

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Jets vs Maple Leafs 01/18/21 – Odds and NHL Betting Trends

by OddsShark (@OddsShark) – Sponsored Post The Toronto Maple Leafs are in more of a game rhythm than their opponent right now, which might have more sway over an early-season matchup than the long-term trends. The Maple Leafs are -155 home favourites against the +135 underdog Winnipeg Jets with a 6.5-goal total on the NHL…

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Scott’s Thoughts: Frederik Andersen’s “Rough Year”

The Leafs are three games into the 2020-21 season, and naturally, the world has already ended for Leafs Nation. After a brief training camp and no preseason, the Leafs were predictably sloppy in a 5-4 OT win opening night against Montreal, were significantly more sloppier against the Senators on Friday, and finally seemed to figure…

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The complicated reality of Zach Bogosian as a Leaf

It seemed like Zach Bogosian was brought in to be hated by the fanbase of the team he would be playing for. Given Toronto’s recent history with Cody Ceci, Roman Polak, and to some extent also Matt Hunwick, Ron Hainsey, and Ryan O’Byrne, there is no shortage of defensive defensemen that this fanbase has done…