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Leafs Notebook Part 1 – Randy Carlyle

The Leafs are all but set to make the playoffs for the first time in nine years, yet there is an inordinate amount of vitriol being directed at Toronto’s head coach Randy Carlyle, for...

Preview and GDT: Panthers at Maple Leafs (7 p.m., Sportsnet)

After a game in which the Leafs sat back, tried to limit the damage and relied on the counterattack against Boston, tonight you hope to see the Leafs exhibit spells of dominance against the...
Corey Perry

Corey Perry Re-signs, Leafs’ Season Now a Total Waste

News broke last evening that Corey Perry had signed an 8 year deal totalling 69 million dollars to stay with the Anaheim Ducks and his newly signed centerman (also of 8 years), Ryan Getzlaf. Perry...

Game In 10 – Game 72

Welcome to the St. Patrick’s Day edition of the Game In 10. Four Leaf clovers may be lucky, but nothing is accomplished without effort. Continue for a Leafs game that’s more vanilla than Ice...

No Pity for the Hawks Tallon Built

How the Hawks created their own dilemma, not the cap.

Not Enough Money To Go Around

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...

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: Colton Orr

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...

Three-Two-One

An example of how the NHL could restructure its currently farcical points allocations.

NHL Draft Lottery – A Quick Primer

As you are no doubt well aware, the NHL draft lottery will be held tonight in New York to determine the order of the 14 non-playoff teams heading into the June 25-26 draft in...

The Drive For Five (non-playoff edition) *

* aka "Operation: Basement Breakout"With last night's loss, the Maple Leafs were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the 5th straight year. This was not really news - even the most optimistic of Leafs'...

Good News: Big Picture Dept.

I know, I know, when last we met, I promised you that the next installment in these studies in positivity would focus on Nikolai Kulemin.Well, I lied.  Sue me.  Instead of discussing an individual...

Who is to blame for this awesome PK?

Submitted by Michael Stephens (a.k.a. Baumgartner)The Toronto Maple Leafs have the League’s worst penalty kill, sporting a 73.0% success rate. They have been shorthanded 252 times this season, surrendering 68 goals. Through...

Leafs – Flyers Preview

Fresh off last night's hard-hitting victory over the Ottawa Senators, the Maple Leafs face another physical game tonight as they visit the Philadelphia Flyers.Tonight's game will be the fourth in six nights for...

Anaheim GM Brian Burke logs entries

From USA Today - 3/1/2007:Anaheim Ducks general manager Brian Burke has always been among the NHL's most colorful wheeler dealers. In 2005-06, he overhauled his team midseason and made a strong playoff run. Last summer,...

A.M. Quick Hits

A quick morning update to the Leafs' rumour mill.Don't forget to join our live chat starting at 10am today! MLHS writers will be dropping in throughout the day; I will be checking in around...

Early Morning Rumor Roundup

Good morning, die hards, and welcome to Hockey Christmas. And what better way to kick off the day than with more rumors! Here we go! McKenzie: I won't be overly surprised if Ray Whitney...

Finger for Huet?

Sources (here and here) are floating the possibility of a Jeff Finger trade to Chicago.  The Leafs would receive Cristobal Huet and possibly a draft pick in return.This rumored move would fall under the...

Updating The Rumour Mill

With the Olympics wrapping up (and in the process Canada securing the record for most gold medals, capped off by our Men's and Women's hockey teams), the focus among hockey fans now shifts to...

A Manifesto of Sorts: Road Trips and Owen’s Mistake

Why you need to know about a road trip I took to Washington D.C. in 1995 and how this knowledge will make you more attractive, lead to a higher paying job and contribute to your understanding of higher mathematics. Okay, it might not do all of those things, but it will (hopefully) explain why I'm going to write the things that you're going to be seeing posted hereabouts. Sure, it's long, but it can't be any more boring than that game against the Lightning, can it?
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