What is now becoming a carousel for the young forward, Trevor Moore will be sent back down to the Marlies, now that the Leafs have finished their sweep of the California road trip.
Everyone must do their part in signing a key player for the future of this franchise. Obviously, the front office and management must physically have Nylander sign the deal, but what about the game operations team?
After the Leafs absolutely stomped the Kings in LA last night, our good boys were able to get together and have a little carpool karaoke of their own.
While the Leafs are enjoying the California weather and preparing for their matchup against the Los Angeles Kings tonight, young Marlies forward Trevor Moore will be on his way to join the team in the Golden State.
When Trevor Moore was called up eleven days ago, everyone assumed it was for the big California road trip that is happening this week. But then he was sent down just five days later – so what’s happening?
It’s not often that people are able to beat Vegas in the luck game, but the Leafs were able to do that tonight.
There is no reason for all Leafs fans to continue to freak out about losing two in a row the way the Leafs did – but then again, this game is probably the most important game of the season so far.
The fourth-round selection by the Leafs at the 2018 NHL Draft, Mac Hollowell, has had a stellar start to his last season in the OHL with the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.
After a terrible loss in their first Auston-less game this season, the Leafs are looking to put that behind them and come to play at home against the Dallas Stars tonight.
Yet another day passes where Nylander is not signed and his name is being swirled around in rumours about his future. Whether he foregoes all of this season, gets traded, signs a long-term deal, or signs a bridge deal – every avenue is being explored in the rumour mill.
The Leafs look to restore some good faith after that terrible outing against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night. Now they face a tough St. Louis Blues team that is tired of underperforming in recent seasons.
According to Lance Hornby of the Toronto Sun and his sources, Kyle Dubas, William Nylander, and their representatives are meeting in Switzerland today.