It’s hard to comprehend how fortunate the Leafs front office is when it comes to the NHL Entry Draft in recent memory. But what if they weren’t so lucky after all?
After his very impressive preseason game against the Buffalo Sabres, everyone’s favourite Peterborough Pete, Semyon Der-Arguchintsev signed his Entry-Level Contract.
The Leafs took their second preseason game in a row against the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night at the Canadian Tire (fire) Centre.
Tavares will clearly score a billion goals for the Leafs this season. He’s pretty good at this hockey thing though.
Leafs training camp is in full swing and that means players are going to get cut. On Sunday afternoon, the Leafs had their first round of those cuts announced.
It’s the first day of the 2018 Training Camp and news is coming out left and right about the upcoming Leafs season. Firstly, per Darren Dreger of TSN, the alternate captains for this season will be John Tavares, Patrick Marleau, and Morgan Rielly.
Every team needs superstar players to win and there is no doubt about that. Teams that actually win, however, have that forward depth that all other teams dream about when they are eventually knocked out of the playoffs.
This upcoming season for the Leafs will no doubt be one of the most exciting we have seen in decades. And that excitement should trickle down throughout the system to all of our young prospects that were drafted this past June.
The ongoing post-Game 7 discussion about the Leafs defence is mind-numbing – but there’s nothing better than discussing your team’s sixth or seventh defenceman in August.
Coming in at #15 overall, is defenceman Filip Kral. Having just been drafted by the Leafs just a couple months ago, Kral is not well known among Leafs fans – yet. There are certainly a few reasons for fans to be excited about this young player. His road to the NHL is still quite a…
As the one remaining contract needed to be signed for next season, all the attention is on William Nylander and what his first post-ELC contract will look like.
Not the sexiest name out there for potential fixes for the Leafs’ blueline, but Nick Jensen could be one of the most shrewd moves Kyle Dubas could potentially make in his first offseason as General Manager.