New year, same story

Game 7’s have officially become less fun and entertaining, and more stressful and disheartening. The worst part about this game 7 in particular, was that Toronto sat in the driver seat for most of the series, and could not finish the job. They looked as though they were going to bring home the series and... Continue Reading →

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Toronto Maple Leafs: Playoff Preview

To compare the Toronto Maple Leafs of 2018 to the Toronto Maple Leafs of 2019 would be amusing, to say the least. Yes, I’m sure fans would eat up the opportunity to dissect this team and debate over the differences and similarities, but in reality, this team is entirely different with little downside. Sure, the... Continue Reading →

Don’t Hit The Panic Button

Questions regarding what move will be made next by Toronto GM Kyle Dubas have become increasingly more intriguing as the trade deadline inches closer. Dubas is nearly a month removed from his last deal that saw Toronto acquire defenceman Jake Muzzin from the L.A Kings in exchange for a fringe player, Carl Grundstrom and a... Continue Reading →

Identity Crisis

By late November, it was easy to say Toronto was a guaranteed playoff team that was probably going to make a Stanley Cup run this season. Toronto scored goals at will and they defended their net handsomely. Obviously, they gave up a troubling amount of shots, but Andersen consistently stood tall and squandered any doubts... Continue Reading →

A California Dream for the Maple Leafs

Although only for a short period of time The Toronto Maple Leafs held the number one spot in the National Hockey League. For the first time in an exceptionally long time, Toronto was first place in the Eastern Conference, and the League due to a not so surprising successful California road trip. In previous years... Continue Reading →

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