Season Preview: Connor Brown, Andrew Nielsen, and a 2nd

CONNOR BROWN Everyone seems to love Connor Brown. Most importantly, Mike Babcock loves Connor Brown. It’s easy to see why: He’s considered a bit of a swiss army knife type of player. A coach’s dream, you can put him out in any situation and he’ll do fine. And by all accounts, he’s low maintenance off…


Monday Mailbag: Tuesday/Bobby Edition

  I was asked to do the mailbag this week so here it is.   How limited? — Adam (@ElSeldo) August 20, 2018 More limited than Frederik Gauthier’s offensive ceiling. I’ve been chomping at the bit to ask this one: Where do you get your ideas? — Hunter Follon-Crowther (@HunterCrowther) August 20, 2018 I ask…


If the Leafs draft Kotkaniemi, I will tattoo his name on my ass

On December 11th, 2017, I made a bold claim on Twitter dot com. i have decided that the player i want the leafs to draft in the 1st round this year is Jesperi Kotkaniemi. thank you for your time — 2018 b.c. (@bobbycappucino) December 12, 2017   At this time, draft eligible Finnish centre/winger Jesperi…


A Critical Analysis of the Best Hockey Tweet of All Time

Please, come chirp to my face and I’ll show you hockey. Not on Twitter. Just you at me, in person. You’ll have to sign a release and then we’ll be good. Need to be legal. MMA is legal. Hiding behind the computer stinks, pal. I’m all about hockey and its code. https://t.co/PMwCOUzkeB — Mike Chambers…


Stop Paying Attention to Results

During the second intermission of Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, the CBC panel began talking about Cody McLeod and his decision to seek retribution on Jared Boll for his hit on Harry Zolnierczyk. In the process, McLeod received an additional 2-minute instigator penalty. The Ducks scored on the ensuing powerplay, which led to…


#BudsFeed: 13 Reasons Why The Leafs Will Beat The Caps

1. Washington’s Best Players are Euros Ovechkin, Backstrom, and Kuznetsov are Washington’s headliners. And if there is one thing that will always be true, it’s that Euros won’t win you a Cup. 2. Skill Gets You Nowhere in the Playoffs Washington has a lot of skill. Cool. When was the last time that won a…


LEAFS POSTGAME: Leafs clinch bottom two finish

Embed from Getty Images There was a lot on the line in Toronto tonight, with the Leafs playing their last home game of the season against Columbus. A win would create more drama for Toronto’s draft lottery hopes, but a loss would guarantee that they could finish the season no higher than 29th.  And boy,…



Embed from Getty Images Four games left. On Monday night, that’s all that stood between the Leafs and the inevitable loss to the Oilers in the draft lottery. The Panthers were in town – Jagr, Barkov, Ekblad, the whole gang – in a quest to set a franchise record in points. Which is slightly more impressive than…



Embed from Getty Images It’s that time of year when the Leafs have nothing to lose, and all the teams they are playing have everything to lose. It couldn’t have been truer Saturday, as Detroit’s playoff hopes are entirely in their own hands for the rest of the season.