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The Clarkson Contract was Actually Good in Hindsight

Okay, let me get this out of the way right now: no, I do not actually think the David Clarkson contract was good. It’s not only one of the worst contracts the Leafs have ever signed, it’s arguable one of the worst contracts ever signed, especially in the cap era, and it was pretty obvious…

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Which current Leafs could end up in the Hall of Fame?

Earlier this week, we saw a bunch of people not named Alexander Mogilny get inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, and it got me thinking. This current era of the Toronto Maple Leafs have seen a surplus of extremely talented players play for this team, some so talented that one day they could find…

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Scott’s Thoughts: Auston Matthews is underrated

So Wednesday, the NHL’s Twitter account decided to hop on the recent trend of voting using retweets, likes, and comments to decide who was the better: Connor McDavid, Nathan MacKinnon, or Auston Matthews. Who would you rather have? – Comment for Connor McDavid (@cmcdavid97)– Retweet for Nathan MacKinnon (@Mackinnon9)– Like for Auston Matthews (@AM34) pic.twitter.com/7F98yTn4OZ…

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Robertson, Hoefenmayer selected to OHL’s 2019-20 First All-Star Team

It’s quite the day to be Nick Robertson. Not only did he just find out that he’ll be on the Leafs roster for the playoffs, but he was also selected to be on the OHL’s 2019-20 First All-Star Team. Introducing the 2019-20 #OHL First All-Star Team 🎥 C: @marcorossi2383 LW: @nickrob2001 RW: Arthur_Kaliyev D: @noelhoefenmayer…

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Takeaways from Gary Bettman’s press conference

Earlier today, Gary Bettman made an official announcement regarding the NHL’s Return to Play plan, and how they hope to bring back hockey. Basically, everything we’ve heard over the last few weeks has been made official. The 24 team playoff format has been approved, the top four teams in each conference will be re-seeded based…

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Draft Flashbacks – Re-evaluating the Leafs 2010 draft

With the potential that the 2020 NHL Draft may be coming sooner rather than later, it’s time to get fully on board with the draft hype, as we may finally have some kind of hockey content that doesn’t involve re-watching old hockey games. One of my favourite parts about drafts is looking back on them…

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Draft Flashbacks – Re-evaluating the Leafs 2011 draft

With the potential that the 2020 NHL Draft may be coming sooner rather than later, it’s time to get fully on board with the draft hype, as we may finally have some kind of hockey content that doesn’t involve re-watching old hockey games. One of my favourite parts about drafts is looking back on them…

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Draft Flashbacks – Re-evaluating the Leafs 2012 draft

With the potential that the 2020 NHL Draft may be coming sooner rather than later, it’s time to get fully on board with the draft hype, as we may finally have some kind of hockey content that doesn’t involve re-watching old hockey games. One of my favourite parts about drafts is looking back on them…

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Draft Flashbacks – Re-evaluating the Leafs 2013 draft

With the potential that the 2020 NHL Draft may be coming sooner rather than later, it’s time to get fully on board with the draft hype, as we may finally have some kind of hockey content that doesn’t involve re-watching old hockey games. One of my favourite parts about drafts is looking back on them…

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Alex Kerfoot is starting to become a trade candidate

Alex Kerfoot had an inconsistent first year as a Toronto Maple Leaf. Even he’s not afraid to admit that. That said, he had big shoes to fill. Being part of the Nazem Kadri trade, he was replacing someone who had become rooted in what it meant to be a Maple Leaf, but also saw his…