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Leafs Looking For Another Centre?

According to Paul Hunter of the Toronto Star, it appears as if the Maple Leafs could be exploring all options in order to bring in another centreman from outside the organization. While Hunter explains...

What to Expect in 2010-11: Clarke MacArthur

The speculation after the Matt Lashoff trade a few days back was that it was a precursor to another move for the Leafs. Sure enough, Clarke MacArthur was announced as the newest Maple Leaf....

Kaberle Trade Watch

The Tomas Kaberle trade watch is now in effect with only 36 hours to go until this situation concludes. The rumor mill is running rampant with some high profile names and some future fan...

D’Amigo Officially Signs

It's been rumored for a few days now, but on Wednesday afternoon, prospect Jerry D'Amigo has finally put pen to paper to sign a 3 year entry-level contract with the Maple Leafs. This signing...

News & Notes

- The Toronto Star has a nice piece up about Kadri's offseason workouts and training regimen. The youngster has bulked up to an impressive 185 lbs, up from 170 lbs at this time last...

One More Day – Links

Less than 36 hours to go until start of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, so here are some links to start your day:- The Toronto Sun explains that Burke is very tempted to trade...

Cox: Leafs Eying Hamhuis, Sharp, Horton

According to the Toronto Star's Damien Cox, the Maple Leafs have targeted three potential players to bolster their lineup heading into next season.For starters, the club is poised to make a run at impending...

Dion’s Day

Instead of weighing the pros and cons, balancing the collective good choices of Burke and Wilson against the bad, MLHS is going to bring you into the event. Thousands of writers have provided their opinion but little time has been spent enabling the reader to form their own.

Bits & Pieces – May 9th

Note: With the playoffs being the focus of the hockey world right now, there isn't a whole lot of big stories breaking in Leafland these days. As such, I'll be helping out Alec with...

Hitting the Links

Some reading material for your weekend enjoyment:- The boys over at PPP provide us with a nice piece about European free agent goaltender Jussi Rynnas. The 6'5 22 year old is coming off an...

Wednesday’s Quick Links

- As already discussed earlier this week on MLHS, Mike Van Ryn is hoping to make a comeback to the NHL next season. Tim Wharnsby offers an interesting read: how Mike has been training...

Week 23 Torontosaurus Rex .. Leafs/Pens Tie Dubious NHL Record

The Torontosaurus Rex for Week 23 is fitting and also notoriously absent from the only Leafs extra time loss in the last seven overtime/shootout games. In that loss, the Maple Leafs and Penguins...

Leafs in the hunt for “Norwegian Hobbit”

After tonight's snoozer, let's move on to a bigger and better subject.Some of you may have watched a surprising Norway side battle Switzerland to the bitter end for a quarterfinal birth in their final...

Sorting Through The Trade Talk

There's already some discussion going on in the threads, but let's get all of that latest news out on the table:- TSN's Darren Dreger recently tossed out his list of top 10 candidates to...

Good News! Luke Schenn Edition

Luke Schenn isn't nearly as horrible as he once (ie. earlier this year) wasn't, even though he looked like he was. But he wasn't, and isn't. Are we clear on that, ducky? In this installment of Good News! we consider some actual hockey-related information in addition to the jokes. But there are still jokes.

Gustavsson Selected To Swedish Olympic Team

Per Mark Zwolinski of the Toronto Star: Jonas Gustavsson's roller coaster ride through the very early part of his NHL career hit another high Sunday when he was named a backup goalie for Sweden's entry...

Morning Matters

- The Edmonton Sun reports that Forbes has ranked the Maple Leafs as the NHL's most valuable team for the fourth straight season. The team is worth an astounding $470 million, jumping 5% from...

News and Notes plus Tickets

- The Toronto Star has an interesting article that mentions the Leafs would be at least open to talk of a second NHL team in the Greater Toronto Area.- As Mike talked about in...

Van Ryn’s Surgery

Based on several reports, Van Ryn is opting for knee surgery that could potential spell the end of his career. According to TSN, "Van Ryn is having an osteotomy, a procedure by which the...

Third Time’s Not the Charm

The Maple Leafs are creative. You have to hand it to them for finding new ways to lose games all the time. In the home opener against Montreal, it was sloppy turnovers and poor...