We’re nearing the midpoint of the 2021 season and the Toronto Maple Leafs have the most points in the NHL.
Bruce Boudreau is ready for another opportunity to coach.
After another two-goal performance against the Ottawa Senators, the talk of the town is exactly how many times we can expect Auston Matthews to score this season.
The Vancouver Canucks’ breakout might be short-lived.
The Canadian Division is a sandwich.
One of the best things about the NHL’s realignment for the 2021 season is the fact the Leafs will get to face their baby siblings from Ottawa nine times. That should be nine wins.
There are a handful of teams around the league having a difficult time financially right now. The Toronto Maple Leafs are not one of them.
After four seasons coming up short, the Tampa Bay Lightning are back in the Stanley Cup Final.
The Leafs made a big trade last week, effectively stealing the spotlight from the playoffs by dealing Kasperi Kapanen to the Penguins. The Canadiens then decided they should do the same thing.
After having to use the Maple Leafs’ top pick in the 2020 draft to dump Patrick Marleau’s contract, Kyle Dubas has traded his way back into the first round.
That could have been Jason Spezza’s final game in the NHL.
According to Pierre LeBrun, the proposed Collective Bargaining Agreement features NHL participation in the 2022 and 2026 Olympics, barring negotiations with the International Olympic Committee.