The Michael Hutchinson era is over (for now). Frederik Andersen has been activated from the Injured Reserve and will be in net tonight against the Colorado Avalanche.
The deadline to sign William Nylander is quickly approaching. If he hasn’t inked a deal by Dec. 1, he can’t play in the NHL this season.
Kyle Dubas and William Nylander’s agent David Gross met in New York on Monday to discuss the restricted free agent’s contract, and, based on reports from Pierre LeBrun and Nick Kypreos, things went well.
Renaud Lavoie appeared on Jeff Blair’s show on SN590 today and the question as to whether William Nylander enjoys country music was posed. This, of course, means that they were speculating the possibility of a trade that would send Nylander to the Music City for one of the Predators’ many defencemen.
Elliotte Friedman put out his 31 Thoughts today and it was loaded with Leafs content. Let’s dive in.
Hello, Leafs Nation. I’m here reporting from Edmonton with some hot inside information: Peter Chiarelli is ripe for the picking. It’s that time of year! The sun is out, the birds are chirping, and Chiarelli is sitting in his desk itching to make his annual horrendous summer trade.
According to Mike Babcock, Leo Komarov is healthy enough to play in Wednesday’s decisive Game 7 in Boston. That said, Babcock isn’t sure whether or not the gritty, veteran winger will be inserted back into the lineup.
If there’s one thing this series against the Boston Bruins has indicated, it’s that the Toronto Maple Leafs need to upgrade their blueline. No, it doesn’t mean they need to trip over themselves to package all of Auston Matthews, William Nylander, and Mitch Marner in a deal for Adam Larsson, but they do need to…
A couple weeks ago, I threw myself into the fire by saying that the Leafs and John Tavares, despite the fact that it seems like destiny, simply aren’t a match. I got sewered online for it, then asked good twitter dude Totally Offside! to consolidate how wrong I was into an article so everybody could…
It was a controversial signing to say the least. The Toronto Maple Leafs signed San Jose Sharks legend Patrick Marleau to a three-year deal in free agency worth $6,250,000 annually last summer to give the team not only a player who could produce offensively, but a veteran leader who’s seen it all.
After finishing up a strong season in Sweden with Frölunda HC, Carl Grundström will travel across the pond to join the Toronto Marlies for their playoff run.
We’ve got two questions this week as the playoffs are just around the corner. 1) Who, between Tampa Bay and Boston, would you want to face in the first round? 2) What does a successful playoff run look like?