clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

FTB: It’s NHL Draft week

New, comments

The Maple Leafs don’t have a first round selection in this years draft, yet.

2009 NHL Entry Draft, First Round Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Toronto kicks off this week with a championship parade for the Raptors. In general, it will start this morning at Exhibition Place and end at Nathan Phillips Square. You can find the details below at Raptors HQ.


The NHL Draft is coming up fast. You can bet on the talk and rumours of Maple Leafs trades starting up quickly after taking a back seat to the Raptors today. The Leafs will still be present Friday night for the first round selections even though they don’t have one of their own. They can still make deals on the floor, and could both trade up in the process. You never know!

Before that, we have the ever exciting NHL Awards on Wednesday! I’m sure all of you will tune in for that. There will in fact be a quiz about the show on Thursday’s FTB. Your PPP membership will be voided if you don’t pass it!

ICYMI

Here’s what we wrote about on the weekend.

Back to Excited Hockey Podcast: Talking Hoops - Arvind and Fulemin
We talk about Raptormania and how Toronto has changed as a sports city.

SBNation 2019 NHL Mock Draft: Final Selections - Pension Plan Puppets
The mockery is over, and now it’s time to count down to the real thing.

Other News

HUGE BLOWOUT DEALS ON LATE MODEL DEFENCEMAN!!!

Kings buy out Phaneuf - Jewels From The Crown
Dion Phaneuf had two years remaining on his contract. Now you can have him for your team! Great locker room DJ skills. Leg missing, otherwise fine. League minimum, or best offer.

Blackhawks trade Kahun, 5th round pick for Maatta - Second City Hockey
Chicago sends Dominik Kahun to the Penguins in exchange for left-handed defenceman Olli Maatta.

Japers Rink: Capitals Re-Sign Carl Hagelin - Japers' Rink
The Caps lock up the fleet-footed forward for four years with a $2.75M AAV.

Ducks to name Dallas Eakins head coach - Anaheim Calling
Eakins will be the 10th head coach in Anaheim Ducks history.