Projecting the 2016-17 Leafs Lineup: Part 1 – Forwards

The Toronto Maple Leafs are heading into what is expected to be a pretty exciting season. Not neccessarily in the sense that they’ll be winning a lot of games, but rather because of the players who could potentially make the team. For instance, this season’s Leafs lineup is likely to feature the team’s three headed […]

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Getting to Know the Draft Picks: Volume 6 – Adam Brooks

After the Leafs selected James Greenway with their second 3rd round pick of the draft, it was evident that they had a theme going that was completely opposite to their draft in 2015. Instead of taking the small, skilled route in terms of players, they went with big, defensive, power force type players. They took […]

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Getting to Know the Draft Picks: Volume 5 – James Greenway

At pick 62, the Leafs solved their longing need for goalie depth in the system by taking goaltender Joseph Woll. Their currently prospect goalies in Garret Sparks and Antoine Bibeau haven’t proven anything at the NHL level and newly-signed Finn Kasimir Kaskisuo is a wildcard at this point. After the Woll pick, they had officially […]

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Getting to Know the Draft Picks: Volume 4 – Joseph Woll

After the confusion developed amongst Leafs fans following the decision to draft Russian forward Yegor Korshkov with the 31st pick in the draft, fans were satisfied later on in the second round when they took projected first rounder Carl Grundstrom at pick 57. However, there would be no time to rest for Leafs management as […]

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Getting to Know the Draft Picks: Volume 2 – Yegor Korshkov

The first round of the 2016 NHL Draft went just about as expected. Auston Matthews went first overall to the Leafs, Patrik Laine went second to the Jets, and despite some surprises such as Pierre-Luc Dubois going third overall to columbus, Dennis Cholowski going 20th overall to Detroit, and Henrik Borgstrom going 23rd overall to […]

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Three UFAs the Maple Leafs Should Pursue on July 1st

The draft lottery, the draft itself, and free agency. Three important dates for any Leafs fan who pays attention to the team closely. The Maple Leafs lucked out on two of these dates, by winning the lottery on April 30th and using their first overall pick to select Auston Matthews, the big #1 centre they’ve […]

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