Maple Leafs History
I was....a lot younger.
It could have been anything! Even a boat!
Since the salary cap came into effect the Leafs haven’t done much at the deadline.
The Maple Leafs have had 51 first-round picks in 52 drafts, but less than half made an impact on the team.
Out of the 60 CHL hockey teams, only three have seen double digit numbers in draftees.
With five game series back in fashion, we look to the past for inspiration.
Did you know the NHL playoffs have changed several times? A lot of you are acting like they haven’t.
There are plenty of lists of the all-time best Leafs, and all-time worst Leafs, but what about those NHL players who briefly played for the Maple Leafs?
Like, people named John, not the other kind.
Sometimes you get the right player at the last minute.
Sometimes you swing and miss, sometimes you swing and end up hitting yourself in the face.
Was it someone who got downgraded to Buffalo or upgraded to Toronto?
From #53 to #208 the Leafs have picked a lot of players who.....well they got one right.
The time between the final game and the draft is usually quiet, but not in the Leafs recent history.
Fifteen playoff series and the Maple Leafs have the lead.
Six trades with some big names on the move
The Leafs will also host a pre-season game at the Growlers’ Mile One Centre
Here we go with the rest of this mess.
Round 4 was better than 3, but 5 was the bottom of that pile.
Toronto hasn’t had a really successful Maple Leaf from round three since the draft began.
You have 9 picks, one player has to at least make an impact on the team. Right? Right?
There’s been more good than bad.
93 seasons crammed into 1,000 words.
A popular part of the ‘93 run wasn’t a long time Leaf, but his name is familiar with generations.