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Team Canada vs. Team USA Preview

It's the first Olympic meeting between the Team Canada and Team USA men's national hockey teams since the Vancouver 2010 gold medal game. Where to begin? Nothing less than the ideal is acceptable when it comes...
The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics

Olympic Men’s Hockey Rosters

GROUP A Team USA Olympic Roster Goalies: Jimmy Howard, Ryan Miller, Jonathan Quick Defensemen: John Carlson, Justin Faulk, Cam Fowler, Paul Martin, Ryan McDonagh, Brooks Orpik, Kevin Shattenkirk, Ryan Suter Forwards: David Backes, Dustin Brown, Ryan Callahan, Patrick...
Ryan Lasch

Maple Leafs trade for Ryan Lasch + 7th round pick; Dave Steckel traded to...

The Toronto Maple Leafs have traded David Steckel to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for right-winger Ryan Lasch and the Ducks' seventh-round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Ryan Lasch will report to the Toronto Marlies. The move clears a roster...

Happy Thanksgiving Folks!

On behalf of the writers, I'd like to extend a "Happy Thanksgiving" to all of you wonderful folks in the MLHS community. You guys are the ones that make MLHS what it is: a...

12 Burning Questions: Will Ron Wilson Finish The Season As Coach?

In part 11 of his 12 Burning Questions series, Derek Harmsworth takes a look at one of the hottest topics in Leafs Nation today: just how long of a leash does Ron Wilson have? In...

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 Phil Kessel Establish New Scoring Heights?

In part six of his 12 burning questions series, Derek Harmsworth takes a look at Leafs sniper Phil Kessel, and whether he can hit the 40 goal plateau. While January 31st 2010 will go down...

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...

Jerry D’Amigo Set To Sign With The Maple Leafs

According to numerous sources, including the Canadian Press, the Toronto Maple Leafs and prospect Jerry D'Amigo are expected to finalize a three year entry level deal sometime this week.  The move would see D'Amigo...

The FanPost

Great to see such an active group of readers. Here are a couple of FanPosts for your Friday afternoon reading enjoyment with today's theme being youth, youth and more youth. Paul LeMay (B. Leaf)...

A Year on: Draft Class of ’09

Some draft day recollections from 12 months ago.

Watters’ Sensationalism Proves Some Want Kessel To Fail

It's been a hot topic, and a touchy one at that for the better part of almost a year, since the day the trade was consummated.  The Toronto Maple Leafs, toward the end of...

2010 Draft Primer: Brock Nelson

The draft is now just 6 days away, and here's some more draft news to whet your appetite. According to our sources, the Toronto Maple Leafs have expressed significant interest in 2010 draft prospect...

Flyin’ Ryan Too Costly For Toronto?

In 2005, the NHL was returning to work after a year long lockout, a bitter battle between players and owners over cost certainty.  The entry draft in June of 2005 was really the beginning...

2010 Draft Primer: Andrew Yogan

Took a couple days off, but now let's get back to the draft profiles. Today's 2010 draft primer will focus on Andrew Yogan, an American-born power forward who plays for the Erie Otters of...

Toronto Sun: Kulemin Talks at Standstill

From the Toronto Sun: "What he is asking for is not what we are prepared to pay,” the Leafs general manager said Thursday, when asked why he and Kulemin’s agent, Gary Greenstin, keep giving identical...

Wilson: The Man for the Job?

Is Ron Wilson the go-to-guy for a young Leafs team going forward?

No Loss Un-Nonis’ed

The news that the Tampa Bay Lightning have Dave Nonis at the top of their shortlist for general manager candidates was perhaps an instance of the inevitable. If Tampa or Nonis deem it not...

Canada Out For Revenge

The gold medal game is upon us, and fittingly, Canada will face off against their US rivals in a battle of hockey's elite. The US team, led by Zach Parise, Patrick Kane, and...

Don’t Underestimate Slovakia

In the aftermath of a huge win over Russia, where Team Canada surprising outscored their rivals to the tune of 7-3, fans immediately - and naturally, I might add - began to eagerly anticipate...
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