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James Reimer Opts for Salary Arbitration

James Reimer and the Toronto Maple Leafs will go to arbitration to determine what the embattled Leafs goalie is worth. Hint: he's getting a raise. In my last article, I discussed the upcoming Club-elected salary...

On whether I’m an apologist or thinking rationally about the Bernier trade

So today, a trade happened. I don’t want to delve too deeply into a breakdown of the trade – mostly because I think this is a topic on its own and you can find what...

Leafs not in uncharted territory with young goalie tandem

Despite the Roberto Luongo to Toronto trade rumours, the Leafs have begun the season with a pair of young netminders manning their crease. The duo of James Reimer and Ben Scrivens came into this...

Game In 10 – Game 82

I guess you could call this game a step towards the future. No bigger stage than battling the arch rivals on Hockey Night in Canada on CBC. The game itself wasn’t something we’ll be...

Game In 10 – Game 81

Other than the six goals scored, this was pretty much a typical Devils game. You could see the Leafs were somewhat drained on back to back nights. Continue. 1 – The Leafs are 37-33-11 with...

Game In 10 – Game 80

This is a sad night for Leaf fans everywhere. We knew it was a long shot for a while now, but knowing it really is over always feels like a different kind of dagger. 1...

GDT: Capitals at Maple Leafs, 7:00pm (SNET-O)

Alexander the Great comes to Toronto with a win in mind. In our case tying the season series against the Capitals means prolonging what little is left of our playoffs hopes. However, even a...

Game In 10 – Game 79

This was the sixth and final Battle Of Ontario this season, and boy did the Leafs come out firing. Games against Ottawa are never easy (except when we beat them 5-0) and this one...

Game In 10 – Game 78

On a night where Boston was looking to clinch the division title, and the Leafs had to preserve their mathematical playoff hopes, you could cut the pressure in the air with a butter knife. ...

Game In 10 – Game 77

A character win when such a game was needed most to put a winning stamp on a great second part of the season. 1 – The Leafs are 35-32-10 and boy does that feel good. 2...

GDT: Sabres at Maple Leafs, 7:00pm (SNET)

"For those who fight for it, life has a flavor that the protected will never know." Tonight’s scenario is pretty simple, win and the Leafs preserve a modest chance to get in, lose and...

GDT: Maple Leafs at Red Wings, 7:00pm (CBC)

Tonight, the Leafs face a strong Detroit team, one that is expected to make a deep postseason run. However, if there was ever a time to exploit their goaltending woes and the injury bug...

Game In 10 – Game 75

This was the only meeting between these two teams this year and in a time where a loss practically means crashing out of the playoff race for good, some mountain climbing proved enough for...

Game In 10 – Game 74

A trip to the wilderness in a game of no mistakes. Actually, this game had more than its fair share, the Leafs just benefited from more composure and goalscoring prowess. Continue for some Optimus...

Game In 10 – Game 71

Hello, this is Xterratu, a former member of LeafsHQ and a lovable Croatian hockey dude. What, did you think I’d retire? I’m too young for that sh*t. An offer from the Hot Stove is...

Reimer In, Giguere Out

The Toronto Maple Leafs suffered a bit of a loss in their win last night against the Nashville Predators. Midway through the third period, goaltender J.S. Giguere suffered an undisclosed injury (believed to...

Press Box School’idge: Lessons Learned vol. 1

Is it just me, or has the hockey season passed us by far quicker than usual? It seems like I just finished making arrangements for the home opener against Hamilton (which, might I add was a win) and here I am already looking back at the season that was. It was an absolute blur of call-ups and injuries. The bright young stars that comprised the frat-pack line (Tyler Bozak, Christian Hanson and Viktor Stalberg) all found their way up to the Leafs. Carl Gunnarsson, the player I was most keen on going into the season, left the Marlies early on for the big club and never looked back.
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