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Since the hiring of Peter Horachek, the Maple Leafs have reduced their shots against, but have been ice cold offensively. Horachek has begun implementing a 5-5-5 system where the team is about moving in units...
Sean Couturier

Saturday Links:Damien Cox: Rebuilding Maple Leafs need to get value in a Dion Phaneuf trade - The Star Chapin Landvogt: SHL Prospects Notebook - Hockey's Future Sam Carchidi: Flyers not looking past lowly Maple Leafs - Philly.com CP: Nylander, Gibson lead Marlies over...

This game was an abject waste of everybody’s time. On top of being one of the poorer-played games we’ve ever seen out of two NHL teams, the refs’ eagerness to call everything and anything...
Toronto Maple Leafs v Boston Bruins - Game Two

My first post here at MLHS was an Introduction to Advanced Hockey Statistics, which I recommend you go read if you have not done so yet. In it I introduced the concept of WOWY statistics...

Stiff competition is going to be the theme of this Maple Leafs training camp, more so than your typical September anyway.Up front, beyond the five firm top six forwards the Leafs have on the...
Brandon Pridham

The Maple Leafs have rounded out their front office by hiring a second assistant GM -- Brandon Pridham. Pridham has been working in the NHL head offices for 15 years, leaving a position as Director...
Jay McClement

One of the more head-scratching themes of the Toronto Maple Leafs' 2013-14 season was their penalty kill dropping from second best in the league the season prior to third from the bottom.It was a...

Part Two of Anthony Petrielli's interview with Toronto Maple Leafs Director of Amateur Scouting Dave Morrison focuses on the scouting process, touching on the logistics of running one of the League's larger scouting staffs...

MLHS' in-depth off-season interview with Toronto Maple Leafs Director of Amateur Scouting Dave Morrison—conducted by Anthony Petrielli—will be split into three parts and rolled out over the next few days. Part One touches on...
Peter Horachek

Rosters are not set in stone yet, but the dust is starting to clear on the summer moves and we are starting to get a picture of what next season’s NHL landscape will look...
Jim Hughes

TSN 1050 TSN Drive With Dave Naylor July 11 - Jim Hughes talks to Dave about Toronto Maple Leafs prospect, William Nylander and his options for next year; whether he play in the SEL,...

Maple Leafs GM, Dave Nonis joined Bob McCown, John Shannon, Doug Maclean, Chris Johnston and Elliotte Friedman on Prime Time Sports to recap the Leafs work on the opening day of NHL free agency.
Tim Gleason

Elliotte Friedman is reporting that Toronto Maple Leafs' defenceman Tim Gleason is on waivers with the intent to buy him out. https://twitter.com/FriedgeHNIC/status/483642509193515008Left DefenceGardiner Rielly (Brennan?) Percy MacWilliamRight DefencePhaneuf Franson Polak GranbergThe Maple Leafs now have three NHL defencemen who are right shots,...

There’s nothing like draft weekend to prime the hockey world for free agency. It was an up and down weekend for the Toronto Maple Leafs, but hopefully it is a draft class we can look...
2014 NHL Entry Draft

It has been a beautifully busy day in the hockey world and the draft has not even started yet. Here is a quick recap of the moves made:https://twitter.com/TSNBobMcKenzie/status/482614748358254592 https://twitter.com/VanCanucks/status/482603264626552832 https://twitter.com/Real_ESPNLeBrun/status/482581437816659968 https://twitter.com/Real_ESPNLeBrun/status/482615995383570432 https://twitter.com/TSNBobMcKenzie/status/482626033581969409 Some thoughts in relation to the Leafs:Nothing to...
Nick Ritchie

Happy NHL Draft Day. Below is a quick interview between Alec Brownscombe and Peterborough Petes' head coach Jody Hull about projected top 10 pick, Nick Ritchie.MLHS: Size can be a bit of a double...

Thanks to Brock Otten of the excellent OHL Prospects site for taking the time to answer some of our questions. Follow him on Twitter @BrockOtten. MLHS: Do you foresee anyone climbing the board late in...

Fans of the Blue and White who have yearned for a bona fide first line centre since the departure of Mats Sundin (for a forgettable half season with the Vancouver Canucks) had their ears...

Former first overall pick in the 2011 WHL Draft, Jake Virtanen is likely my favourite non-center forward prospect within the Leafs range come the end of next month. While an imperfect prospect, the 6-foot-1,...

With the dust settled, this was a good season for Leafs youngsters. This year's Memorial Cup had a little added intrigue as we saw Leafs prospects skating on three of the four teams involved in the...