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Leafs Release 2010-11 Schedule

The Leafs will start and end with Montreal as to be expected. The schedule includes nine back-to-backs, an increase over the seven they played last season. The Leafs will head northwest March 22-24 to...

’09-10 Player Reviews: Dion Phaneuf

We’ve partnered up with Pension Plan Puppets to bring to you a Player Review series, where we will be evaluating and grading the 2009-10 season for every Leaf who featured in a significant number...

Bits & Pieces: Champagne, Kulemin, Kaberle, Phaneuf

Though the news in Leaf Nation has been relatively quiet of late, there have been a few intriguing storylines making the rounds. Joel Champagne will re-enter the draft, Nik Kulemin and the Maple Leafs...

A Closer Look At The Marlies “Big Four”

Yesterday was a big day in Leafs Nation.  And I think I speak for all fans when I say it's about time.  While two teams are currently battling for the opportunity to lift Lord...

Leafs Defense: A Season In Review

Lots of reading today: Gus chips in an  analogical look at the NHL playoff series; Alex has your links with a look at potential Leaf Jussi Rynnas. In what was Brian Burke's first summer on...

A Look At The Leafs’ Remaining FAs

Now that the Leafs' most important pending free agent -- goaltender Jonas Gustavsson -- has been signed to a two-year contract extension, it is time to take a look at their remaining free agent...

Optimism 2.0: Leafs fans getting ready for the big O, part two

When Brian Burke became the new general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs in November of 2008, Leafs Nation embarked on a new journey.  A new beginning.  With Burke at the helm, the Leafs...

Is history repeating or will this time be different?

Brian Burke has done an outstanding job of refacing the Leafs organization in a very short period of time.  I for one am predicting a very surprising season from the Leafs as early as...

How Good is Gunnarsson?

Unrelated Update: New signing Brayden Irwin to play tomorrow night against Atlanta (link). #36 in Blue and White is proving to be everything his number-sake Anton Stralman never became in Toronto. Hear me out, Andrew...

Langkow Suffers Odd Injury

Daymond Langkow was injured today in Calgary's loss to the Minnesota Wild. He was shoved in the slot before taking a shot to the back of the neck. Langkow then laid dazed on the...

Random Thoughts

Random talking points on a variety of topics including Giguere's shutout streak, a refreshing new attitude, the Schenn/Phaneuf connection, pending UFAs and more. Two games into his Maple Leafs career, Jean-Sebastian Giguere already...

Blockbuster Breakdown – The Forwards

We have all had a few days to digest Sunday's trades, but there is still a well of untapped implications.  Here's a closer look at the forwards involved: both the outgoing Leafs and our...

What About the Kid?

Dion Phaneuf was far and away the biggest name exchanging teams in the Toronto-Calgary deal on Sunday morning, and as a result, young defenseman Keith Aulie may have gotten a little overlooked in the...

Burke on new acquistions

Prospect defenceman Keith Aulie: "Aulie is a 6'6 defenceman playing for Abbotsford of the AHL. Our plans for Keith are for him to stay at the AHL level for the present, so he will report...

Leafs acquire Phaneuf, Sjostrom, Aulie

To Toronto: Keith Aulie, Dion Phaneuf, Frederick Sjostrom To Calgary: Matt Stajan, Niklas Hagman, Jamal Mayers, Ian White A second trade is expected to be announced shortly, involving J-S Giguere. Discuss.

NJ Wins Despite First Shutout of Season

A shining example and further proof of New Jersey's dominance recently. Even when blanked for the first time this season, the Devils still ended up with a win, the full two points, and...

Leafs Take On Florida in the Shadow of the WJC

With the World Junior Championship gold medal game taking centre stage tonight (7:30pm, TSN), Leafs' fans can be forgiven for overlooking tonight's matchup against an inconsistent Florida Panthers squad (7:00pm, Sportsnet). Coming off a disastrous...

Brodeur Inspired; NHL Shutouts 2009-10

The Pittsburgh Penguins are one of three teams without a shutout this season. They have been shutout four times, allowing 15 goals. They've scored 98 goals in wins and a paltry 12 in losses....

Nazem Kadri Selected To Team Canada

Highly-touted Maple Leafs' prospect Nazem Kadri has made the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship team. Via TSN: "London Knights centre Nazem Kadri, selected seventh overall by the Toronto Maple Leafs in June, is also on the...

Islanders/Leafs: Post Game

It took a while, but the Toronto Maple Leafs are finally starting to look comfortable on home ice, and on the ice in general, as one of their better overall team efforts led to...
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