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The Toronto Maple Leafs held their on-ice portion of training camp today. Players have been split into three squads to accommodate the 63 players invited to camp. Among the contingent of fans outside the ice...

This is why I don't like doing prospect profiles.  Call it the "Curse of GB". 2008-09's semi-popular "Getting To Know You" series featured six players who were (at the time) prospects Leafs' fans were excited...

In the second installment of the Prospect Season In Review, we will take a look at a couple of Maple Leafs prospects who have proven a positive product of the John Ferguson Jr /...

As a reminder/lesson as to what the prospect grades indicate: the number represents a player's traditional realistic potential ability on a scale of 1-10 with ten being "generational talent" and one being "borderline minor...

Last week, the Toronto Maple Leafs held their prospect development camp to gauge the progress and future outlook of both prospects within the organization, and unsigned players on the team's radar. The camp, which ran...

Scouting service, McKeen's Hockey Prospects released their 2009 Final Rankings, in conjunction with their 2009 Draft Guide which includes exclusive content and scouting reports on the top 90 draft eligible players. Patrick...

Rewind a year to Ottawa, when interim GM Cliff Fletcher was preparing to make his last great splash. Trading up to secure hard hitting blueliner Luke Schenn, a player unto which the Leafs hoped...

Hey folks, Alec's traditionally done this in the past, but I'll be taking over for this one as he's been bogged down with work lately. With the way the Leafs have played over the...

A list of why team Canada is so spectacular this year. 1. 14 Goal scorers after the first 2 games. 2. Jamie Benn’s hat trick. 3. John Tavares with 2 goals and 2 assists. 4. Canada ties highest shotout goal total with...

The school break for Kindergarteners to University students; holiday vacation time for the employed; Christmas celebrations; and finally, the start of the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships. December never feels the same without it. I’ve...