I feel a lot better about the future of the Leafs after seeing this video of Kyle Dubas and Jason Spezza at the Memorial Cup. I do find it funny that Spezza is older than Dubas by a few years.
The Canadian Heritage committee, which has oversight of Hockey Canada, is sending out subpoenas to the three main parties that could give us real answers about the coverup and where the money came from. At this point lots of men have blood on their hands.
The Canadian Heritage standing committee will meet July 26-27 and will subpoena Glen McCurdie of Hockey Canada, Henein Hutchison (who conducted third-party investigation), Barry Lorenzetti of BFL Insurance and, most importantly, a redacted copy of the non-disclosure agreement.— Ken Campbell (@Ken_Campbell27) June 23, 2022
The Kanata Senators are officially becoming the Ottawa Senators (or hopefully a new better nickname) as their relocation has been approved. Maybe they can now call themselves the LeBreton Flat Stanley’s?
Patrice Bergeron is giving it one more year as he’s planning to sign a one-year deal with the Bruins.
Hearing Patrice Bergeron has decided to return likely on a one-year deal with the Bruins.— Joe McDonald (@JoeyMacHockey) June 24, 2022
The Leafs have invited prospect Artu Akhtyamov to Toronto presumably for some evaluation, training, meetings, and the team’s development camp that usually takes place shortly after the Draft.
Leafs goalie prospect Artur Ahktyamov is in Toronto. He was #106 overall in the 2020 Draft and had a 0.912 SV% as the start for the VHL (KHL minor league) team Bars Kazan this year. pic.twitter.com/lqHbBIOMaJ— mitch marney (@marnylandersen) June 23, 2022