This is not a drill. This. Is. Not. A. Drill! William Andrew Michael Junior Nylander Altelius will be playing a game for his favourite hockey team, the Toronto Maple Leafs. Nylander “I’ll be playing tomorrow” — Shawn McKenzie (@ShawnMcKenzieSN) December 5, 2018 While we don’t know exactly what the lineup will look like, it seems…
They’re already dominating on the ice, so why not dominate on the stage? Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner have been named to the list of celebrities that will appear as the Cannon Dolls in The National Ballet of Canada’s production of The Nutcracker.
One of the hockey’s marquee tournaments is fast approaching – in just under a month we will all be obsessing over some under-20 prospects at the World Juniors. The Leafs will have some very interesting participants.
The Leafs had a roster crunch and they dealt with it – trading forward Josh Leivo to Vancouver for 22-year-old forward Michael Carcone.
The best rivalry in the sport is set to heat up again, as the Canadian Women’s National Team is set to face the Americans in a three-game series taking place in Southern Ontario.
Auston Matthews has now scored in all four games he’s returned from injury during his NHL career. The superstar forward made his highly-anticipated return to the lineup Wednesday evening against the San Jose Sharks after missing the past 14 games with a shoulder injury. Matthews was hurt during a win over Winnipeg on October. 27…
We’re getting one of the important pieces back tonight. Auston Matthews will make his return from injury tonight against the San Jose Sharks at home, per Babcock.
Not exactly the transaction that we all want to be announced this week, but it’s a transaction nonetheless. Leafs trade Marlies defenceman Andrew Nielsen to the Calgary Flames for AHL forward Morgan Klimchuk.
As the December 1st deadline looms in the distance, Nylander is reportedly training with Swedish club AIK’s junior team.
Some important information regarding Nylander was released by Chris Johnston and Elliotte Friedman on Sportsnet’s Saturday Headlines segment during the second intermission of tonight’s game against the Flyers.
12 minutes and 20 seconds; the amount of time it took Andreas Johnsson to net a hat trick against the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday. The 24-year-old forward chased his former teammate and goaltender Calvin Pickard with a first-period hat trick at Scotiabank Arena. It was the first hat trick of his NHL career. He went five-hole…
No one thought it would truly go this long, but it has. As of today, William Nylander now holds the title of the longest time an RFA has gone not signing a new contract.