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Leafs by the Numbers: Nick Robertson

What can be said about Nick Robertson that hasn’t already been said? He has quickly proven to be a potential draft steal following a phenomenal showing in the 2019-20 OHL season, played a big role on the US team during the 2020 World Juniors, and got to make his NHL debut in August. All of…

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Leafs Training Camp: Duszak added to the roster, Engvall replaces Kerfoot

With a key member of the Leafs sidelined with an injury, an opening made way for Joseph Duszak to be added to the training camp roster. Defenceman Joseph Duszak has been added to the @MapleLeafs training camp roster. https://t.co/235jV0lsYK — Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) January 6, 2021 The 23-year-old defenceman has been part of the Leafs…

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Scotiabank will be the Leafs’ helmet sponsor for the 2021 season

It was only a matter of time, but the Leafs have announced which company will grace their logo onto the team’s helmets for the upcoming season. As it turns out, they turned to a familiar sponsor in Scotiabank. With the official start of training camp, we proudly announce Scotiabank as the team’s helmet partner for…

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NHL 21 predicts the rest of Frederik Andersen’s career

One of the biggest question marks regarding the 2021 season is what the future holds for Frederik Andersen in Toronto. With just one year left on his current deal and a large track record of evidence suggesting that he has been reliable in the regular season and a complete wild card in the playoffs, it…

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NHL 21 predicts the rest of Auston Matthews’ career

The 2021 shortened season is fast approaching and so is the excitement of hockey finally coming back after a prolonged absence. It’s only fitting that predictions and guesses of what will happen are sure to follow in the days leading up to puck drop as well as once the campaign finally gets underway. One such…

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Leafs by the Numbers: Jack Campbell

Ever since the departure of Curtis McElhinney via the waiver wire, Leafs fans had been clamouring for a reliable backup to help ease Frederik Andersen’s workload. With the likes of Garret Sparks, Michael Hutchinson, and Kasimir Kaskisuo among others not providing enough faith in management to give them anything more than the occasional start on…

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Leafs by the Numbers: Zach Bogosian

Around this time last year, you probably wondered why Zach Bogosian managed to remain part of an NHL roster in spite of a lack of playing time and a decline in play. Regardless of what was the root cause of the regression, it appeared all but certain that he would see his hockey dreams end…

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Leafs by the Numbers: Frederik Andersen

From the day he first arrived in Toronto back in 2016 up until today, Frederik Andersen has remained one of the Leafs’ biggest x-factors each and every season. The team would only be able to go as far as he could take them and that has usually meant the decisive game of the first round….

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Stories of the Year: Auston Matthews chasing 50

When you think about the Leafs’ 2019-20 campaign, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Is it Mike Babcock making the baffling decision to scratch Jason Spezza on opening night? Or how about that loss to the Penguins, followed by that save from Fleury, followed by Babcock being fired and Sheldon Keefe taking over?…

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The 2020-21 NHL season is reportedly going to happen after all

After weeks of dry spells with hockey news and uncertainty of whether or not NHL hockey will actually be played, we finally got more clarity. The report from Elliotte Friedman is simple: the NHL is coming back. There is word tonight NHL & NHLPA have tentative deal on 56-game season. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) December…

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Rasmus Sandin is the Leafs 2nd ranked prospect

At this point in the prospect rankings, we are now talking about players who are on the fringes of a full-time role in the NHL after making headways in their early days in the best hockey league on the planet. Rasmus Sandin one such player, who was forced into playing meaningful minutes for a Leafs…

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Joey Anderson is the Leafs 7th ranked prospect

When the Leafs made the trade that sent Andreas Johnsson to the New Jersey Devils, it was safe to assume at first that the deal was meant to be a cash dump for Toronto. After all, Johnsson was making over $3 million against the cap and the Leafs were looking to make some upgrades elsewhere…