Good morning Toronto Maple Leafs fans!

Tonight is round one of the 2024 NHL Entry Draft, and our Maple Leafs are picking 23rd overall, so we'll have a while to wait.

What can you get with Pick 23?
Could it even be a boat?

As we count down to 7PM when the broadcast begins, we can catch up with the many, many, many, draft profiles that Brian wrote for us.

NHL Draft - PPP Leafs
Coverage of the NHL Entry Draft and draft prospects.

Today should be one we see many trades of picks and players, but the San Jose Sharks got started yesterday afternoon with their moves.

They traded two picks (14th, 42nd) to the Buffalo Sabres to move up from 14th to 11th.

BREAKING: Sabres trade down in NHL Draft, acquire 42nd pick
Here we go? Kevyn Adams is getting set to make some moves isn’t he after trading down to 14th and getting the San Jose Sharks second round pick.

They also moved former Maple Leafs prospect Carl Grundstrom north from Los Angeles after acquiring him for defender Kyle Burroughs.

TRADE DETAILS: Kings Send Grundstrom to Sharks for Defenseman
Astute readers of our 2024-25 Kings Lineup Projection articles likely noticed several names missing, i.e. guys who are not expected to return for next season. Carl Grundstrom was one such player a

The Maple Leafs will not be in the Traverse City tournament this year, but will be travelling to Montréal the weekend of September 14th for two games against the Canadiens top prospects.

Canadiens renew rivalry with Maple Leafs in “Prospect Showdown” presented by IGA in collaboration with Voisin | Montréal Canadiens
Pair of games featuring top young stars to be held at the Bell Centre September 14 & 15

Another former Leafs prospect is in the news, with Dakota Joshua signing an extension with the Vancouver Canucks.

JPat: Canucks banking on Dakota Joshua’s upside with both term and money on four-year extension
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Will Matt Roy be a Maple Leaf on Monday?

As someone who is in the middle of negotiating a new CBA, please, start the process as early as possible.

No one wanted to buy it whole, so maybe they can sell the World's Largest Hockey Stick off piece by piece.

World’s largest hockey stick in B.C. to be chopped up, sold to collectors
The world’s largest hockey stick could soon become the world’s most in-pieces hockey stick as a Vancouver Island community prepares to tear down and carve up the Canadian landmark.

More trades?! Save some for tonight, guys.

Finally, poor Connor Ingram just wanted a photo with his trophy.

Enjoy your day and see you all tonight!