Brown in a short time has gone from a player most said couldn’t make it, to a player that has become an important piece in the ever large puzzle of becoming a Stanley cup contender for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
What has become an issue over the past month or so is the porous defense which has caused problems closing out games yet again this season. Some of these issues can be explained by having a rookie on the first two defensive pairings (Carrick & Zaitsev) but it doesn’t explain it all. The defensive lapses have... Continue Reading →
Since being drafted in 2014, William Nylander has amazed and dazzled fans during his one season with the Marlies and this year with the Maple Leafs. This is a player who is naturally gifted with slick hands and an underrated shot which was on showcase this past Saturday when he scored his first career NHL... Continue Reading →
February sees our Maple Leafs play 17 games in a very condensed month which will really test and push the rookies to their limits. Tomorrow’s game will be another tough test as they play the St. Louis Blues, a team that just fired their coach Ken Hitchcock after struggling for a greater part of this season.... Continue Reading →