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Toronto's struggles continued in New Jersey, as they stretched their losing streak to a new franchise record. The Leafs had a poor first period, falling behind and getting out-chanced 9-5, and gave up the first...

In their first game back since the All Star break, the Maple Leafs showed the type of defensive effort that new coach Peter Horachek has been looking for. While their offensive struggles continued in New...

The struggling New Jersey Devils are in Toronto to take on the warm-getting-warmer Maple Leafs. “They’re playing with confidence, a lot of speed, a lot of depth. I think they’ve won four or five in a...

Merry Hockeymas, MLHS. In keeping with opening-day tradition, our bloggers have put their neck out predicting where the Leafs will finish come April. Submit your predictions in the comments. Alec Brownscombe Predicted Finish:  Final wildcard spot I’m...
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The eighth shootout win of the season (an astounding 36% of total Leaf wins) comes in unconvincing but much needed fashion. There's a couple of ways you could look at this one depending on how...

I hope to have an article up later in the week, but for now I thought I’d share some notes. - Make it three straight years in which a player other than Phil Kessel...

The league's fourth ranked team, the Toronto Maple Leafs (we beat Boston in something!), host the New Jersey tonight seeking to snuff out their dwindling playoff hopes by completing the season series sweep over...

With just ten games left on the schedule for the Leafs this season, here are ten thoughts I've been considering heading into those final games. We are entering the clichéd time when every game is the most...

In a matchup with big playoff implications, the Leafs could move ten up on the 10th-placed Carolina Hurricanes with a win in this four-point swing game. A loss in regulation puts the Hurricanes within...

It wasn't pretty, but the Maple Leafs took it to New Jersey 4-2 Monday night and moved up in the standings.  Nazem Kadri continues to be Toronto's most dangerous attacker and James Reimer is...

Despite a late third period rally with quick goals by Phil Kessel and linemate Tyler Bozak, the Leafs weren't able to mount a comeback over the Devils in their final road game of the...

The Toronto Maple Leafs are set to visit the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight at the Consol Energy Arena. The Penguins have yet to win at home this season and get another opportunity to erase that...

In the final part of his 12 Burning Questions series, Derek Harmsworth takes a look at the Maple Leafs chances of getting back to postseason hockey this year. May 4th, 2004. Both teams, tired and weary...

The NHLPA filed a grievance against the NHL for rejecting Ilya Kovalchuk and the New Jersey Devils' mammoth 17 year contract. After an arbitration hearing for both sides, today the ruling was in favor...

Leagues decision to battle Kovalchuk contract gives the NHLPA incentive entering the next round of CBA negotiations.

Ilya Kovalchuk’s record breaking 17 year, $102 Million deal has been shot down by the NHL for reasons of cap circumvention (per TSN).  To brass tacks the article, the NHL put the kybosh on...

The book has (finally) closed on the Ilya Kovalchuk saga, as the Russian winger elected to remain with the New Jersey Devils.  This ends weeks of mind-numbing speculation and rumour-rehashing, including a recent explosion...

Even with news breaking this afternoon of Ilya Kovalchuk's new $60 million contract extension (potentially) with the New Jersey Devils, this 2010 free agency period has been one of the most uneventful and slow-developing...

For Greg McKegg, nothing has necessarily come easy in his hockey career.  A slow start to his rookie campaign in Erie, followed by a knee injury which threatened the start of his season this...