Do the Maple Leafs face an uphill battle without Auston Matthews

Following a rather impressive start to the season, the Toronto Maple Leafs were considered one of the best teams in the NHL over the first 3 weeks. Scoring at an impressive rate, Toronto lead the league in goals for a better part of the month. Majority of the teams scoring came from usual suspects, Auston... Continue Reading →

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The case for keeping William Nylander

There are a lot of raw emotions and differing opinions on the current contract dispute between the Maple Leafs and William Nylander. During this difficult contract situation, there were some in Leafs Nation ready to cast Nylander aside. Trade him! Came the calls from all corners across social media. There is nothing like stats to... Continue Reading →

Big Decisions

As July 1st edges closer, the Toronto Maple Leafs are forced to ask themselves a troubling question that has haunted the organization for some time. With the possibility of high quality defensemen becoming available, does Toronto try to find an elite partner for their current number-one defensemen Morgan Reilly, or do they continue to use... Continue Reading →

Game Two: Post Game Analysis

Last night’s crushing 7-3 loss to the Bruins was very reminiscent of game one which saw the Bruins top line shred the Maple Leafs blueline and make quick work of the Maple Leafs. Like with game one, the Maple Leafs had no answer and by the end of the game were left with even more... Continue Reading →

Silent Assassin

Middletown, New Jersey native James Van Riemsdyk is quietly on a tear this season, already surpassing last seasons total of goals scored (29) in 12 fewer games. Van Riemsdyk has scored 31 goals this season topping the 30-goal mark for the second time during his long Toronto tenure. JVR has come close to the 30-goal... Continue Reading →

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