It was just over one week ago today the Leafs picked up a 4-1 victory over the Flames as the stormed through Alberta.
Tonight the Flames are in Toronto for a match at the ACC, starting at a slightly later than normal time of 7:30PM. We’ll have a preview of the match later this morning.
Happy 100th Finnish Independence Day to the Finnish players and Finnish fans of the Maple Leafs! Get a goal for Finland tonight, Uncle Leo!
Andreas Johnsson suspended over hit vs Hartford - Katya
The boarding incident was penalized at the time with a game misconduct.
Checking in with camp invitee Kyle Maksimovich - ElSeldo
The un-drafted Erie Otters forward was a guest at development camp, and took a few minutes to talk with PPP on Thursday night
Maple Leafs by the Numbers: #12 Ron Stewart - ElSeldo
A three time cup winner gets the #12 spot.
Under the Surface: Sexual Harassment and Assault in Sports - Hockey Wilderness
The sexual harassment and assault that pervades the realms of politics and entertainment are present in the sports world too.
One bidder out, proposal meeting upcoming for Islanders arena - Lighthouse Hockey
In an afternoon flurry of news, one Belmont Park bidder has dropped out of the race, leaving the Islanders and NYCFC the last two standing.
Analyzing a New Contract for Mikael Backlund - Matchsticks and Gasoline
Backlund has been tasked with the worst zone starts among regular forwards. Despite the poor starts, he carries the second best CF% on the entire team.
Tomas Nosek has anchored the Golden Knights’ fourth line perfectly - Knights On Ice
The former Czech league standout and fringe Red Wing forward appears to be more than an average fourth-liner.
QMJHL to improve safety in light of 2013 death - The Globe and Mail
League commissioner Gilles Courteau apologized to the family of Jordan Boyd, who was taking part in a drill during August 2013 tryouts with the Acadie-Bathurst Titan in New Brunswick when he collapsed and couldn’t be revived.
Rogers Evaluating Sale of Blue Jays, Cogeco Stake, CFO Says - Bloomberg
Rogers Communications Inc. is considering selling assets such as baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays and a stake in media company Cogeco Inc. to free up capital for other investments, Chief Financial Officer Tony Staffieri said.