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The TLN Three Stars: Maple Leafs finally start on time in 3-1 over Ottawa

After two shaky games where the Toronto Maple Leafs continued their habit of getting completely outplayed by their opponents during the first ten minutes, the script was reversed with two early Leafs goals being all that was needed in a 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators. It was without a doubt the best team performance…

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This year the Toronto Maple Leafs are playing an 82 game long preseason

Take a moment to think about what a successful season for the Toronto Maple Leafs looks like this year. If the team dominates the regular season, winning the Presidents Trophy and setting all sorts of records but then once again fall in the first round of the playoffs, would anyone consider that a successful year?…

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TLN Top 20 Leafs: #13 Travis Dermott

Travis Dermott may be one of the most divisive players on the Toronto Maple Leafs. It feels like every year that passes by, there’s a contingent of Leafs fans shouting out that this is the year Dermott breaks out and becomes the top 4 defenceman that his 34th overall selection status suggested he should be….

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The 2021 Top 20 Leafs Prospects: #13 Mac Hollowell

Mac Hollowell has all the makings of a fan favourite. He’s a local boy, puts up a ton of points, isn’t afraid to drop the gloves once in a while, and plays the coveted RD position. His 5’10 frame may have been mocked when the Leafs selected him in the 4th round of the 2018…

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What’s the most cursed way the Leafs season could end?

We all know it’s coming don’t we? The Leafs seem to have a supernatural ability that prevents them from simply losing games or playoff series in a normal way. Whether it’s blowing a 4-1 lead, getting shut out twice in five games, or losing to a zamboni driver, the team is continuously finding spectacularly unique…

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IIHF announce Women’s World Championships will return in late August

After much backlash over the cancellation of the Women’s Worlds Championships while many other events continued, the IIHF has announced that the Women’s World Championships will indeed be happening this year. Currently, the event is scheduled for August 20-31 with Canada acting as the host country. Venues and host cities have yet to be decided…