Maple Leafs vs. Bruins: Referees Overshadow The Results

I had planned to write a blog on the first two games of the playoffs but it was all overshadowed by the poor officiating in both games more specifically in last night’s game two. Last night’s game was a disgrace, not because of the result for the Maple Leafs but because the referees allowed the... Continue Reading →

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Maple Leafs: Trade Deadline Blueprint

As the February 25th NHL trade deadline nears, so too does the pressure on GM Kyle Dubas to round out the roster for what most people expect to be a long playoff run come spring for the Maple Leafs. This takes me to Howard Berger’s latest trade suggestion which would see the Maple Leafs trade... Continue Reading →

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 →

Manufactured Controversy: Target Mike Babcock

Since arriving in Toronto as the head coach of the Maple Leafs, Mike Babcock has brought a level professionalism and structure not seen in the Maple Leafs organization in years. There is no better evidence of this then the development and growth by the likes of Nazem Kadri and Morgan Reilly. Two players who during... Continue Reading →

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