The Leafs get a potential steal at 17 in ’17.
Lou Lamoriello and Mark Hunter spoke to the media after day two of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, giving perspective on some of their drafted prospects and on the bigger picture for the weekend. Here’s what you need to know:
Immediately following Toronto’s completion of picks at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock sat down with NHL Network to talk about how his team did today, and what their next steps are.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have made their final selection of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, selecting defenceman Ryan O’Connell 203rd overall in the seventh round.
The Toronto Maple Leafs continue to check selections off the list in the second day of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft, using a sixth-round pick on Sarnia Sting forward Ryan McGregor.
More size? More size. Heading into the fifth round of the draft, the Toronto Maple Leafs have selected their second goliath-sized defenceman in Fedor Gordeev.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have made their second pick in the fourth round of the 2017 NHL Entry draft, selecting Vladislav Kara out of the MHL.
The Toronto Maple Leafs began their push towards replenishing their goaltending prospect pool last year by drafting Joseph Woll, and extended that this afternoon by selecting Ian Scott from the Prince Albert Raiders of the WHL.
The Leafs followed up their pick of Timothy Liljegren last night by selecting yet another right-handed defenceman in round 2, Eemeli Rasanen. But that’s about where the similarities end. Rasanen is a Finnish player who spent this past season with the Kingston Frontenacs of the OHL, and he is a mammoth at 6’7″ and 210…
Today is the second day of the draft, so you’re probably refreshing this page waiting for some quick info on some new Leafs. Until those moments come, though, why not look back at some of our season-in-review profiles from the past week?
As always, here are the links to the latest episode on iTunes and SoundCloud. This week Matt Cane from Hockey Graphs joins us to break down the upcoming crop of UFAs, as well as RFAs to be re-signed by Toronto. Throughout the episode, we make references to Matt’s Free Agent Projection tool, which can be…
It’s always interesting to end the season and immediately speculate on what the odds are of teams winning the Stanley Cup the following season. With Toronto sitting at 15/1 to win next year’s Cup at trusted betting sites, it’s reasonable to speculate that they Leafs will be in the mix to advance deep into the…