When the Leafs hit the ice for Sunday’s morning skate it was reported that Nylander will be on the fourth line for the game against the Arizona Coyotes – that’s not ideal.
The Leafs will surely have to make some upcoming moves with the cap in mind, so how drastic should those moves be?
We all know how big of an impact the players like Tavares, Matthews, Marner, and Rielly have made so far through the first half of this season. But the player that was labeled as the key to their offensive depth has been rarely heard of.
Joseph Woll and the Boston College Eagles were swept in Arizona this weekend, dropping a pair of games 5-2 and 2-0 to their out-of-conference opponents out in the desert. On one hand, it was an outcome that absolutely floored the college hockey community. Even with the huge strides that ASU has taken in their first…
The first half of the 2018-19 season has been a whirlwind of emotions. From worrying about contracts and refreshing your twitter every five seconds to being in awe of some amazing offensive hockey – it has been a blast.
In a very relatable situation, Liverpool Football Club has had defensive woes for what seemed like decades. Not able to ever develop or acquire any top talent to calm their nerves in dangerous situations – until Virgil van Dijk arrived.
When a player returns after a long period of time, from an injury or other restriction, people want to point to an exact event and declare that player as back to normal. But now that it’s six games since Nylander’s return and he has yet to score a goal, some fans might be getting a…
On January 19th, 2015, Italian soccer club Juventus agreed to a move that would see one of their homegrown talents leave for a bigger role somewhere else. Sebastian Giovinco moved to Toronto that spring and instantly began dominating Major League Soccer.
Pierre LeBrun suggests the Leafs are listening to offers for Nylander and… I don’t even know anymore, man.
We are heading down to the wire in the Nylander saga. A conclusion must happen by 5:00 pm ET this Saturday, or he will not be able to play in the NHL this season.
The St. Louis Blues are struggling. What was seen as just a minor setback to start the season, more than a month into the 2018-19 season they sit 29th in the league and the gap between them and the Blackhawks in the Central division grows bigger by the day.
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?
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?