Ever since Jake Gardiner arrived in Toronto on February 9th, 2011, He has been a puzzle wrapped in an enigma. Gardiner can provide flashes of out of this world talent and speed as he skates up the ice with the puck leaving opposing players in his dust. On the other hand, he can force plays […]Read More The Good, The Bad, Jake Gardiner
This past week the rumor mill was red hot after comments made by Drew Doughty about his pending free agency hit the NHL and social media by storm. Doughty openly discussed that he should earn more than P.K. Subban; Doughty also shared that he feels that he and fellow 2019 UFA standout Erik Karlsson should […]Read More Free Agency 2019: Drew Doughty
We have hit the quarter mark of the 2017/2018 NHL season and it has been a roller coaster for the Maple Leafs and Leafs Nation. The young and dynamic Maple Leafs flew out of the gates on the backs of their potent offence and speed. The early results saw the Maple Leafs as Vegas Odds’ […]Read More Quarter Season Recap: Maple Leafs Edition
For as long as I can remember, every season begins with both the fans and media picking one player to target on the Maple Leafs. In the 90s it was Larry Murphy, 2000s it was Bryan McCabe and during the Brian Burke era it was Phil Kessel. Do you remember the hot dog story? Currently […]Read More Bullseye: Zach Hyman
Coach Mike Babcock celebrated his 600th win as a NHL coach, placing him in a very small group of special coaches including Joel Quenneville, Pat Quinn, Scotty Bowman. Babcock is also the only coach to win six international titles. When Babcock chose to coach in Toronto it marked the first step in turning the Maple […]Read More Mike Babcock Effect
The 2017-2018 season for the Toronto Maple Leafs has started and the early results are promising, but there is still some work to be done. After 5 games, the Maple Leafs’ record is 4-1 and what we have seen in this early stage of the season is both the best and worst this team has […]Read More Maple Leafs: October Madness!