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Happy Easter, Mr. Cherry

Listen, I disagree with Don Cherry a lot. Being European, I take issue with a lot of the stuff he says and does. That being said, the relationship is sometimes quite bi-polar. People always claimed...

McKegg, Ross Named Players of the Week

Not a bad start for the Maple Leafs' 2010 draft class... It was announced on Monday that forward prospects Greg McKegg, the Leafs' 3rd round pick 62nd overall, and Brad Ross, the Leafs' 2nd...

’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...

Prospect Season In Review: Flaake, Holzer, Mitchell

In the second installment of the Prospect Season In Review, we will take a look at a couple of Maple Leafs prospects who have proven a positive product of the John Ferguson Jr /...

Leafs/Red Wings Preview

After such a porous start for both clubs, both teams are heading into tonight's original six matchup with their longest streak of the season and are currently playing their best hockey. The Red Wings...

Post-Game: Leafs/Isles – The Deadline Dangles

In a shaky and at times sloppy game, the Leafs pulled out of yet another overtime with a shootout win.  Vesa Toskala had a night in net that was a simple summary of his...

Enough is Enough (Burke Update 2:40)

The Leafs held a press conference today with Brian Burke. Here are some interesting comments on behalf of the new President and GM. * Brian Burke will refuse to trade players (for the most part)...

Post-Game: Red Wings 4, Leafs 3

Tank Nation rejoice. A pattern of close, competitive losses is emerging in Leafland, equating to a 2-5-1 pre-season record. These performances include bright showings from the team's youth, hitting, shot blocking and entertaining hockey. But, careful...

Out With the Old in with the “Plan”

>>>DISCUSS IT HERE It wasn’t more than a year ago that head coach Paul Maurice announced his team would make the playoffs and compete for the Stanley Cup. Players such as Simon Gamache and Tony...
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