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Game in 10: Game #48, Habs 4 at Leafs 1

The Leafs finish the season at 26-17-5 (57 points) and not on the note we were hoping for headed into the playoffs. Their round 1 opponent is now up in the air and will...

Leafs Notebook – April 17

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...

Thursday Morning Leafs Roundtable: Leafs Pick Up Crucial Point, Playoff Talk

In case you missed it, here's mORRganRielly's excellent Game in 22.What a heart-breaker that was.After some excellent chances from the top-line and Kadri, and the amazing stops from Reimer, the Leafs' shootout woes continued as...

Game in 22 – Game #40, Rangers 3 vs. Leafs 2 (SO)

Post game Stats: Kessel now has his 14th of the season and with a hot streak incoming, should be able to hit 30 goals with 8 games left on the schedule. The Leafs’ penalty...
Joffrey Lupul

So close you can almost taste it

What an impressive showing by Joffrey Lupul last night. Re-united with 2011-12 running mates Tyler Bozak and Phil Kessel after an in-game audible by coach Carlyle, he led the Leafs to a not-always-convincing 3-2...

Rick Dudley: “Maple Leafs are ‘so close’ to being good”

The Montreal Canadiens officially announced that Rick Dudley will be joining the organization as Assistant General Manager. Maple Leafs General Manager, Brian Burke, negotiated that Dudley will join the Canadiens after the entry draft...

MLHS Morning Mashup: Lucky Number Seven

There was a lot at stake last night, with two game sevens on the docket, and several second round berths still up for grabs. With four teams already securing spots in the conference semi-finals,...

MLHS Morning Mashup: Ending in Defeat

It was far from a satisfying send off but last night's 4-1 loss to the Habs was in some ways a microcosm of 2010-11 season that was. With their powerplay quite literally working against...

MLHS Morning Mashup: Youth is Served

The Leafs second half surge was in large part  the result of unexpected play from several Toronto Marlie callups in James Reimer, Keith Aulie, Darryl Boyce and Joey Crabb. Looking to take his first...

MLHS Morning Mashup: Playing for Pride

It was a relatively uneventful off day for the Leafs, with the only noteworthy news being the report from AM640 that J.S. Giguere will undergo a sports hernia surgery this summer. The team is back...

Maple Leafs Showing Signs Of Full Team Effort Early On

After what seemed like a lifetime of waiting for fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the new look squad hit the ice Thursday night for their home opener against the arch rival Montreal Canadiens,...
J-S Giguere

It Begins! Leafs vs Canadiens, 7pm (CBC)

The wait is over. After yet another long off-season following a fifth consecutive year of missing out on the NHL post-season, the Toronto Maple Leafs are set to kick off the 2010-11 season against...

12 Burning Questions: Will The Maple Leafs Finally Return To The Playoffs?

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...

12 Burning Questions: Will The Leafs Avoid The Slow Start In 2010-2011?

In part ten of his 12 burning questions series, Derek Harmsworth takes a look at the importance of a good early start, and if the Leafs can avoid another disastrous start.There really isn't any...

12 Burning Questions: Will The Special Teams Continue To Improve?

In part nine of his 12 burning questions series, Derek Harmsworth looks at the Maple Leafs special teams, and why it must improve in order for the team to have success.When it came to...

12 Burning Questions: Will Mike Komisarek Have A Bounce Back Season?

In part three of his 12 burning questions series, Derek Harmsworth looks at whether Mike Komisarek can rebound from a tumultuous first season in Blue and White.It's no secret that Brian Burke likes his...

Know Your Enemy – Off Season Moves in the Northeast Division

The two greatest military tacticians of the past 5000 years – Sun Tzu and Sgt. Slaughter – both spoke on the value of knowing the strengths and weaknesses of your enemies in the field. ...

Blackhawks with Plenty of History

While many didn't predict the Blackhawks and Flyers to be in the Stanley Cup Finals, there are plenty of historical facts that may prove the hockey Gods have decided this would be the match-up...

Three-Two-One

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

CFB Playoff Predictions (Eastern)

The Playoffs are about to start and what better time than now for the CFB predictions. We highlight every series with individual writers giving their own opinion on why or how a particular team...