Total 36 Posts
Morgan Rielly's defensive play so far in his career has not been very good. Is that cause for concern?
How can we figure out which Leafs goalie is better when their performance fluctuates so much?
Josh Leivo is having a career year in the American Hockey League. Is it sustainable?
Lots of good goalies have a bad season at some point in their career. They usually bounce back.
There's a simple, easy way to increase scoring across the NHL: Make teams have the long change in every period.
Back for a second season, is FHM2 ready to fill the GM-sized hole in your heart?
Explaining the difference between IR and LTIR and how the Leafs might use them for Bozak and Gardiner.
Rob Vollman's back with another edition of Hockey Abstract. Is this one worth picking up?
Player tracking technologies will give NHL teams dozens of new ways to learn about players, but teams will need to figure out what to do with all those numbers.
Draglikepull explains why he thinks Garret Sparks should have been ranked in PPP's Top 25 Under 25.
Would the Leafs benefit from buying out the struggling defenceman's 35+ contract?
Taking another shot at fixing perceived problems with the NHL entry draft.
Just how bad are this year's Buffalo Sabres compared to other historically terrible hockey teams?
Using Tyler Bozak's previous point scoring rates to predict his 2014-15 season totals.
Does Dan Bylsma have the secret formula that could improve the Leafs defence?
How the Toronto Maple Leafs are using AHL call-ups and demotions to maximise salary cap space.
Examining the year-to-year repeatability of records in games decided by one goal relative to games decided by more than one goal.
Morgan Rielly leads the charge in 2013-14 zone entries for the Toronto Maple Leafs.
How did the Leafs forward corps do at gaining the zone with possession in 2013-14?
Zone exit stats for Toronto Maple Leafs forwards through the first 46 games of the 2013-14 season. See which forwards are helping move the puck out of the defensive zone and which are not contributing as much.