Report: Leafs, Islanders Discussing Parenteau Trade

Embed from Getty Images Toronto might have a suitor for their largest remaining trade chip. According to TSN’s Gary Lawless, the New York Islanders are interested in bringing P.A. Parenteau to Brooklyn, but are trying to negotiate a lower price. Lawless says that Toronto’s asking price for Parenteau is a second round pick. The Islanders don’t…

Leafs Send New Guy Stalock to the Waiver Wire

Embed from Getty Images Well, that didn’t take long. According to TSN’s Bob McKenzie, Alex Stalock (part of the return in yesterday’s James Reimer trade with San Jose) is heading to the minors. That is, if he clears waivers.

Leafs Assign Colin Greening to the Marlies

Embed from Getty Images It’s a minor move that could set the table for something bigger over the next 24ish hours; the Toronto Maple Leafs have sent Colin Greening to the AHL. In eight games with Toronto since arriving from Ottawa in the Dion Phaneuf trade, Greening has scored a goal and added two assists….

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LGD: Leafs roll into the Windy City

Embed from Getty Images Today is Family Day in Ontario. It’s a holiday that, as it’s name suggests, is meant to be spent with family and loved ones. That’s very sweet, but if your family is full of Leafs fans, maybe try and find something else to do other then watch the game tonight? The…

Frank Corrado Threw Some Massive Shade at the Canucks Last Night

Embed from Getty Images The Toronto Maple Leafs are a pretty bad hockey team. I mean, according to the standings, they’re actually the worst hockey team in the NHL. That means we’ve got to savour those wins when they come; they’re so few and far between. And boy, did Frank Corrado savour last night’s win…

Leafs Postgame: Toronto… Wins?

Embed from Getty Images Tonight was ‘Retro Night’ in Vancouver. The Canucks celebrated by wearing their absolutely gorgeous black ‘flying skate’ jerseys from the early 90’s while the Leafs celebrated by playing like a Toronto hockey team from the early 90’s. That is to say, the Leafs didn’t look totally embarrassing tonight, despite dressing what appears…

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Let’s Talk About Trading Joffrey Lupul

Embed from Getty Images There’s no tip-toeing around it – Joffrey Lupul’s contract is ugly as sin. With a cap hit of $5.25M for two more seasons, it’s the last of the large, unwanted contracts that the Toronto Maple Leafs have to deal with. Lupul is still scoring – 11 in 46 games so far…