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Revitalizing the Leafs-Sens Ontarian rivalry, one upset at a time

In the first Toronto versus Ottawa matchup of this rivalry hotbed, all Canadian division matchup season, we saw a frustrating battle against a pesky Senators team that is aiming to prove everyone they’re not going to lie down easily this season. After the Leafs got out to a good start, pressuring the Senators well, they…

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Toronto Six and Brampton Beast Joining Forces

The Toronto Six and Brampton Beast, ECHL affiliate of the Ottawa Senators, have announced a partnership between the two clubs, the two teams collectively announced today. TheTorontoSix and Beast Establish Unique Professional Hockey Alliance Official Release: https://t.co/VX64R0umYM pic.twitter.com/a3xwtw9lso — Brampton Beast (@BramptonBeast) January 12, 2021 Both teams being low-budget teams in the hockey universe, a…

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Toronto Six sign 3 new players: Taytum Clairmont, Julie Allen, Megan Quinn

The Toronto Six are adding some Toronto-based depth to the organization, adding two forwards and one defender to the roster in preparation for the 2021 NWHL Bubble Season, which will begin on January 23rd and finish on February 5th. The new faces are forwards 24-year-old Taytum Clairmont and 33-year-old Julie Allen, and defender 24-year-old Megan…

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Leafs by the Numbers: Ilya Mikheyev

The surprise emergence of Ilya Mikheyev last season seems like it was fun for everyone involved (except the goalies he scored on). Coming over from Russia, he immediately found a role as a top-6 forward playing a more energy role, like Zach Hyman does on whatever line he’s playing on. At 5-on-5 last season, Mikheyev…

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Toronto Six have signed All-Star Forward Emily Fluke

The Toronto Six are making waves and getting ready for the 2021 NWHL bubble season to begin by signing Emily Fluke to the team today, as the NWHL announced on its Twitter page: As @TheTorontoSix roster grows so does their rivalry with Boston 😉 @FlukeEmily has signed with the Toronto Six for Season Six! 📰…

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Timothy Liljegren is the Leafs’ 4th ranked prospect

Having been around these parts for quite a while now, Liljegren has garnered a reputation of being a more veteran player than the rest of this year’s prospect ranking cohort. However, at just 21, he’s still a young potential bright spot in this organization’s future. Liljegren joined the Leafs after having been widely projected to…