Maple Leafs: Toronto Sets Up Unique Scrimmage at Training Camp

The world is returning to some semblance of normal, which means we can start talking about hockey in non-vague terms and you can start enjoying the most thrilling, captivating game of all: Spot the Typo. So now, we’re talking training camps. Specifically, the training camp of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Maple Leafs took toContinue reading “Maple Leafs: Toronto Sets Up Unique Scrimmage at Training Camp”

Maple Leafs: Toronto Signs Alexander Barabanov

The Toronto Maple Leafs have signed forward Alexander Barabanov to a one-year deal on an entry-level contract, the team announced Tuesday. The 25-year-old was a KHL star, skating for SKA St. Petersburg before venturing over to the National Hockey League. In 43 games this season, he managed 20 points – including 11 goals. In theContinue reading “Maple Leafs: Toronto Signs Alexander Barabanov”

Maple Leafs: Critical Win Against Tampa Should Build Momentum

The Toronto Maple Leafs got the job done Tuesday, pulling off a 2-1 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The victory was critical because it came on the heels of what was, by all accounts, a calamitous trip through California. With the W, Toronto moved three points ahead of Florida for the third and finalContinue reading “Maple Leafs: Critical Win Against Tampa Should Build Momentum”

Maple Leafs: A Quiet Deadline Day for Dubas

If you’re a Toronto Maple Leafs fan, Monday’s trade deadline was just another day of the week. General manager Kyle Dubas pulled the trigger on exactly zero significant trades. You could argue that’s probably fine. Or you could take a stretch and argue that the acquisition of Calle Rosen for goalie Michael Hutchinson was aContinue reading “Maple Leafs: A Quiet Deadline Day for Dubas”

Maple Leafs: Toronto Comes Up Short Against Stars

The gifted Toronto Maple Leafs ran into the well-defined Dallas Stars on Thursday and lost by a final score of 3-2. It’s been the story of late, with Toronto 2-3-1 in their last six games. The good news was that the Maple Leafs saw goalie Frederik Andersen return to the crease after missing four games.Continue reading “Maple Leafs: Toronto Comes Up Short Against Stars”