Looks like someone is jealous. Boston Bruins forwards David Pastrnak’s choice for who is most likely to win the Hart Trophy as the league’s Most Valuable Player next season, is Auston Matthews.
It’s August and that usually means a completely dead period in the world of the NHL, but this summer, it’s filled with contract speculations for young restricted free agents waiting to sign their second contract.
It’s that time of year. Everyone is enjoying the outdoors and how beautiful summer weather is, while your HOSERS boys are sitting inside and talking about hockey. Join us.
It’s extremely mid-August for random Twitter accounts to pop up with supposed sourced reports of major transactions for your favourite hockey team.
It wouldn’t be early August in the hockey world without some random quote that gets attention due to the fact that it made a fanbase mad.
Your favourite hockey podcast is back again and doesn’t really have anything to talk about.
Aside from his dad-like attitude on this team and in post-game interviews, defenceman Ron Hainsey was able to contribute something to last year’s Maple Leafs team that they might be struggling to do all next season.
It was no hidden secret that massive changes were coming. Every insider was saying that GM Kyle Dubas would be moving players around and trying to change what the Maple Leafs look like heading into the 2019-20 season.
It appears that the Toronto Maple Leafs are really the only team making any sort of transactions this past week or so. Making a total of two trades as August approaches is basically unheard of in the NHL, but Kyle Dubas apparently never sleeps and always can find room to change his team ever so…
Announced like a tsunami of offseason transactions, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed seven free agents to contracts on Wednesday morning, but who exactly are these players?
It’s the 50th episode of your favourite hockey podcast and we’re just as surprised as you are we made it this far.
The one last thing to do this offseason for GM Kyle Dubas and the Leafs’ front office is to re-sign Mitch Marner and it looks like there is still a lengthy timeline ahead.